Infinite Limbs



Getting ready to end the year of the tiger

and begin the year of the rabbit


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Available for order are:

TEETH MOUNTAIN S/T DEBUT LP (co-released on Infinitelimbs and SHDWPLY records, 2008)


LITURGY “IMMORTAL LIFE”  LP (Last copies in existence! 2008)


CHUBBY BEHEMOTH 7” (featuring members of Airwaves, PC Worship, Dan Deacon Ensemble, and more, 2008)




more to come, stay tuned…

November 24, 2010, 6:29 pm
Filed under: GDFX

Reading the Tao by GDFX

June 9, 2010, 7:52 pm
Filed under: Infinite Friends, INFL


its official.

celebrating our independence
and the one year anniversary of the 20 Meadow Street location of Shea Stadium BK
Infinite Limbs and Shea Stadium are proud to present


bands start at 4pm.
music. friends. food. fireworks.

March 10, 2010, 2:59 pm
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March 20th Saturday – 11 am

Singing Serpent SXSW Partay:

> Rice 12:45pm
> Rafter 1:30
> Frances 2:15
> GDFX 3:00
> KIT 3:45
> SHAMS 4:30pm
> Pictureplane 5:15pm
> Juiceboxxx 6pm
> These Are Powers 7pm
> DD/MM/YYYY 8pm

at The Iron Gate Lounge
1111 East 6th Street
Austin, TX 78702

and also, Guardian Alien.


More Tour, SXSW, etx
March 8, 2010, 12:00 am
Filed under: GDFX, INFL, liturgy, teeth mountain

I’m leaving for tour with Liturgy in four days. Got some laundry to do first, literally and figuratively. Anywho… Here are our dates (blatantly copied and pasted from myspace)-

Mar 11 2010 8:00P
Garfield Arts Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Mar 13 2010 8:00P
Scion Rock Fest w/ Voivod, Cannibal Corpse, Pelican Columbus, Ohio

Mar 14 2010 8:00P
Now That’s Class w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Cleveland, Ohio

Mar 15 2010 8:00P
The Mopery w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Chicago, Illinois

Mar 16 2010 8:00P
Camp Concentration w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth St. Louis, Missouri

Mar 17 2010 8:00P
The Conservatory w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Oklahoma City,

Mar 18 2010 8:00P
House of Tinnitus w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Denton, Texas

Mar 19 2010 8:00P
SXSW: 20 Buck Spin showcase Austin, Texas

Mar 19 2010 8:00P
SXSW: WFMU/Aquarius showcase Austin, Texas

Mar 20 2010 8:00P
SXSW: Brooklyn Vegan party Austin, Texas

Mar 21 2010 6:00P
Bro Fest w/ White Mice, Withered, Rwake Dallas, Texas

Mar 22 2010 8:00P
MtyMx Festival w/ No Age, Acid Mothers Temple, Andrew W.K.

Mar 24 2010 8:00P
The Rogue Fayetteville, Arkansas

Mar 27 2010 8:00P
Big Ears Festival w/ Terry Riley, Gang Gang Dance, The Ex Knoxville, Tennessee

Mar 31 2010 8:00P
The Triple Richmond, Virginia

Apr 1 2010 8:00P
Talking Head Baltimore, Maryland

At SXSW I’ll also be playing with Teeth Mountain and as GDFX, all over the damn place….

Mar 19 2010 11:00P
NNF showcase @ the hideout austin, Texas

Mar 20 2010 2:15P
Ormolycka SXSW showcase at The Iron Gate Lounge with These are Powers, DDMMYYYY & more Austin, Texas

hopefully all this insanity at sxsw will work itself out… wish me luck.

February 27, 2010, 5:13 pm
Filed under: teeth mountain

February 26, 2010, 8:08 pm
Filed under: rad, teeth mountain

February 11, 2010, 11:50 pm
Filed under: GDFX, Infinite Friends, INFL

Hello again
February 2, 2010, 1:58 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

It’s been a while since my last blog post here (about four months to be exact), and a lot has happened.

Liturgy just got home from a two week tour down I-95 to Miami and back. It was very nice and warm down there. We are home for about five weeks collectively and then we head back out again for SXSW, (the could-have-had-a-better-name) Brofest, the Scion Death Fest, and other shows along the way.

Teeth Mountain just played a show this past Saturday at the Market Hotel in Brooklyn, with our old friends the Super Vacations, Prince Rama of Ayodhya, and PC Worship. It was great to see everyone in one room at the same time. We will be touring for a week at the end of February, for the most part playing college shows in the northeast.

Right before new years, my backpack got stolen while I was riding the subway, which had inside it my laptop and monitor headphones, and also a nice pair of gloves. I thought I would be alright and avoid having something like this happen, as it did the year previous, when my car got broken into and all my gear at the time got jacked. Sometimes you can’t escape certain cycles, I guess.

I was invited to play solo on Jason Sigel’s WFMU show, Talk’s Cheap. I ended up bringing six people with me. You can listen to the set here. Whereas my older solo music was for the most part completely electronic, the new stuff is drums and vocals, with whoever I may feel like collaborating with at the time. Basically it’s still an excuse for me to experiment outside of the other projects I play with, ut at a certain point I had to acknowledge that what I do best is play the drums, so why not have that be a central aspect of the music I make? I’ve also been learning how to throat sing, so that’s been thrown in there too. I’m playing at Shea Stadium this thursday, if you are interested come check it out.

Infinite Limbs, the record label / booking apparatus, has been on hiatus for the most part. I handed my mail order over to someone who could handle it better than I, so at least now the orders that come in won’t get sent out months late. Its not really possible to run a label by yourself an tour constantly, or at least in my experience this is the case.

In other unrelated news, I had the weirdest and most unsettling experience of my life the other night, when a fake plant of my roommate’s started moving on its own right in front of my eyes. This happened at the tail end of a meditation in which I found myself attempting to make contact with whoever might be “out there”, whether that means aliens or spirit guardians or whatever, I’m not sure. But after a series of pretty intense mind’s-eye visuals (in one I saw a man open his head and push the left hemisphere of his brain aside, to show me his pineal gland…), I heard an intense, robotic buzzing sound and footsteps in my apartment, where everyone was sleeping except myself. After coaxing myself to get out of bed and look around for the source of the sound, I found it to be coming out of my roommate’s room. I went in and saw to my relief that it was his cell phone alarm going off, although i was definitely thinking it was strange that he would set an alarm for something like 4:40 in the morning… I tried waking him up, but he wouldn’t move, so I reached over him and turned the alarm off- and at that immediate moment, the fake tree on the other side of the room started moving. Its branches waved individually, one at a time, and the trunk would occasionally sway from side to side. Despite being completely startled by this, I looked very closely to try to figure out what in the world of excepted reality might be making this happen, but there was nothing. Just a fake plant, moving by itself. I would be lying if I didn’t firstly admit that this scared the shit out of me, but I also have to say that I definitely felt a presence in the room, and I felt as though if I wanted to I could go further with what was happening, perhaps have a more direct encounter… I was too scared, too freaked out by what was happening and my inability to process it, too scared by the possibility that I might have just snapped completely. I went back to bed and fell quickly asleep, and that was that.

Stranger still, the next night I met a friend of a friend for the first time who straight up asked me what had occurred the previous night. It turned out that she was a certified psychic medium (whatever that means to the skeptical), and when I told her the whole story, she said it was my spirit guardian trying to make contact with me, to help me with something. With her and a lot of other people to whom I have related this story, the response has been to pursue this further, make more attempts to make contact with whoever this is. “Conquer the fear of the unknown”, “open my heart to love”, etc.

A bunch of hooey? Contact with an extradimensional being? Or am I just teetering on the brink of schizophrenia?

Right now, in my relatively new apartment, neither the heat nor the hot water are working at all. Being cold makes it hard to “drop in” so to speak, so I’ll put off pursuing this, whatever it is, further until I can be more physically comfortable.

Since the last post, when I was on tour with Liturgy in September, I have lived in three different places- Shea Stadium, the venue that my cousin (who is also my second cousin – more on that another time) runs, the basement of a Mexican family’s house, and now the top floor of an insanely large warehouse building in the Grand L subway stop region.

Anyway, our new roommate just showed up to make measurements in his room, so I’ll sign off for now. Until next time-


the best Liturgy press so far, translated from Norwegian
September 30, 2009, 3:47 am
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It is not often that the word “enjoyable” is pulled out to describe the experience of Nekro-chaotic Black Metal, but it is certainly out of place when it comes to the Liturgy from New York. They are not old men, they are not concerned with the aesthetics of the genre (they look more like a grunge band from Seattle to be honest), but the devil in hell for an energy and intensity they possess. There are three to four short, shrill gitarinstrumentaler on “Renihilation”, but otherwise it is 31 minutes with multiple rendering, and explosive anger that hammered out, brutally and without mercy. A little special is that the drummer has decided to keep the layout its so simple as possible. This means that fiksfakseriet is dropped and thus makes him only with a bass drum, sharp, hi-hat and one cymbal. You should not believe, for if there is one who steals the show here so is he. I will just sit to laugh at times, so hysterical and spastic it. The imagery it sounds like a mixture of avalanches, mix master and tumble when he whirls away. Not for that, the guitarists do their also where the harrows over one glaring tremoloriffet after another. The only thing that end up in a little backwater is the bass and I was little doubt they after all had with him some of this instrument, but the photos and live clips show that it is in place (possibly it had romlet less without the deep frequencies ). One should be well pleased in the extreme music to think that this is a pleasant dog, but for my part, there are no other words that are more descriptive or accurately describe the joy of listening to this madness!