Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Finally, we return to recording.

Yes, yes. It's been long enough since we recorded that demo EP, we think it's about time we got our asses back in the studio. Our post-Daniel cache of material equals about 8 songs and 40-some minutes and we're hoping to get it all down.

July will be spent tightening our screws and beginning August 8th we'll be working with our good friend, the multi-talented Nick Petersen at his studio Track and Field. We'll be ending when we feel like we have done all that we can do or when we run out of money. Whichever happens first. Either way, we're hoping to be sending the tracks off to the pressing plant by September.

In other news, we've currently got a Kickstarter page going right now to help us fund the process (all money pledged will go, in one way or another, toward making this album the best possible album we can create) as well, if'n you feel like a little pre-ordering.

MAKE @ Kickstarter

Monday, June 13, 2011

Fear and Loathing in Cape Fear.

Matt and his sand-shadow

Man, we had a great time in Wilmington. Met a ton of awesome, friendly people at the Soapbox, shared the stage with a bunch of great bands (Weedeater put on one of the greatest shows we'd ever seen), and tripped out on the ocean. Huge thank yous to the Soapbox, Skullstorm, No Tomorrow, Weedeater and a special shout-out to Gollum for inviting us down! We eagerly await returning...hopefully before the ocean gets too cold.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

We have BLOG now.

Since Myspace went and fucked itself into irrelevance we decided to create our own place for thoughts, updates and information regarding all things MAKE. In addition to whatever we post, we'll keep any music we have available up on the right, courtesy of, for streaming or downloading (fwiw, it's lookin' like you might have to spam the F5 key sometimes as the bandcamp widgets don't always seem to simultaneously load).


We've got a couple shows coming up in the next week. One in Chapel Hill, one in Wilmington. Check the flyers:

Something which would have already been mentioned had this blog existed earlier, is our recent show with Wolvserpent. Not only were they brilliant musically, but really nice folks (including their sound guy and their tour-mate in "A Story of Rats") who, despite the lackluster attendance on a sweltering Monday/Holiday night, put on a great show and shared good times with us. Check out their music here, and attend their shows if they come near you!