My heartfelt thanks go out to The Atlas Moth guys, Andrew, Steve, Dave, Tony, and Beetle, for inviting me to join them in the studio last night. I recorded numerous vocal takes for an amazing three-minute long hypnotic, psychedelic, looping interlude piece that will be on their new album. I sang six or seven passes, harmonizing with myself, and varying my delivery. I think that four of the takes were clean and two or three were through a real plate reverb (!). Then I did a couple of passes in full-on scream mode, with weird room miking, not unlike what Andrew did with my voice for Anatomy of Habit. It was an awesome experience and I was really honored to be asked to write for and sing with them. What I have heard of the album, thus far, is devastating. I made it out of the studio just in time to rush over to Cobra Lounge, to wish Mr. Lindsay a happy birthday and to see Nachtmystium play. They were intense and crushingly loud. Not sure if that was the recently upgraded/enhanced PA at the club, all of the Emperor cabinets on stage, or both, but I feel like I am underwater right now and that did not happen in the studio. I was sorry to have missed Defcon and Lord Mantis, both of whom people said were great, too. Totally killer night, through and through!