Wow. I am very excited to bring you the final 8 songs of MCMJ’s XMAS EP! This side has the songs that are arguably the ones that brought MCMJ to the spotlight earlier last year. So without further ado, here are the latest online uploads:
09: Bird Hunger
16: Hidden Track
It is clear that MCMJ has large boots to fill with their…
… NEW UPCOMING ALBUM! That’s right! MCMJ is hard at work on their sophomore full-length album. The project, which is unnamed for now, is in the early development stages. Tartoros describes the current work as “frothed with darkened soul-feel.” This certainly bodes well to fans that enjoyed the heavier tracks off of the Organ Whore and XMAS EP projects.
These jovial news do not mean that production has stopped in regards to releasing the European Version of the Organ Whore. On the contrary, the album is near completion and the only reason MCMJ has time to brainstorm the newest project is that they are done with everything they needed to do. Now it’s all up to the sound techs to turn Marius’ vision into the final product that will leave the fans blown away by the musical wizardry.
In other news, along the lines of administrative updates, we have yet another member added to our growing team of techs, webmasters, and editors. Caldwell, the Sound Creationist and Personal Sound Supervisor for Marius, has joined the team. He is the only tech that has enough free time to post on this blog to the fans, and from what I hear, he has some exclusive lyrics from Marius himself. It may provide insight into how the mind of the frontman of MCMJ works.
The MCMJ web-site will also experience some changes- a Discography category will be added at the top, so the fans can peruse the songs off of every album and have the chance to download them or stream them. Also, two biography pages will be up, one for the musicians and one for the admins. Moros felt it was necessary to make sure the people behind the scenes (me) got a little recognition. While I am not at all unhappy working for MCMJ, the sincere gesture really makes me feel that this is, in fact, the best job I’ve had in my life.