Post Industrial Music for Post Industrial People
Just in time for Armageddon, here's Organeddon, Voodoo's 7th album. As usual, he snakes thru musical styles - from industrial jazz to gothic waltzes to post exotica to krautrock - to create a sound that is totally unique yet instantly recognizable.
Darwin Dance Hall Days
The underground music scene's favorite traveling sideshow preacher/road warrior is back with "Darwin Dance Hall Days," 13 songs of love, lust, murder, and rivers of whiskey set against a backdrop of the Mojave Desert.
This Burning Hell
"This Burning Hell" is the Voodoo Organist's 5th cd, and his second to feature live drums. It was recorded and mixed in a blistering 18 hours in Detroit at Tempermill Studios. It his most dynamic and accomplished yet, with 13 songs that range from post-punk organ raves ups to dirty blues pieces; gothic waltzes to industrial gospels; drunken mambos to even a Beethoven song. Lyrically this is his most personal record yet, singing songs of sin and salvation, lust and love, drinking and drugs, and of course, the devil.
The Serpent Dance
What was once a one-man house band in Satan's tiki lounge is now a 3 piece army of darkness. The Voodoo Organist spent 3 years traveling solo, playing some 500 shows in over 50 different cities since late 2002. He did (and still does) his own booking and press, and he's gotten over 100 press articles. With all the shows and press, and playing with great acts such as Th' Legendary Shack Shakers, Bob Log III, Captured By Robots, and Black Heart Procession, the Voodoo Organist has built a rapidly increasing cult following. But now the Voodoo Organist is alone no longer. With the addition of the Devil Drums, his sound and live shows are greatly intensified. This steamroller will steer your conga line straight to Hell!