Since we haven’t taken any pictures of tonight’s rehearsal, here’s a photo of us when we were in Spain recording. Tomorrow’s victim is The Red Lion in Stevenage with our Ska-Punk mates Codename Colin. Kicks off at 9ish. Be there!
DAY 9: Only a couple of songs and arrangements to finish! Knackered, but totally worth it
DAY 10: We’ve done it! We finished recording the album! 10 days, more than 120 hours of work and five times or more the amount of beers drunk. “Droga por necesidad”, as they say here. So happy! Mixing and mastering soon.
Couldn’t be happier! Thanks to everyone who pledged and everyone involved: the Horror Business family (Manu, Ale, Rosa, Facu, Yol, Charlie), the best sound tech and producer in the world Ale Barranco, Henry (assistant tech and “person of the year”), Fernando from Reincidentes, Eoin, Martina and Ros for always being there, Maria for her vocals, Luis the luthier for his infinite musical wisdom and everyone else involved. This experience hasn’t been just a “job”, it’s been the best experience of our lives and the creation of a new family.
El Palmera. Siesta, fiesta. You owe me 6,000 pesetas. Torrente. Está to pagaaaao!
Today Fernando Madina from Reincidentes Oficial came say hello at the studio. Top man! Any Reincidentes fans out there who’d like him to sing on our new album?
DAY 7: More guitars, vocals, percussion and piano parts by Ale Barranco. Sounding sweet!
DAY 5-6: Vocals, guitars and arrangements sounding great. Really can’t wait to put this album out!
DAY 4: Brocker + Beer/Rum Tech Manu + Sound Tech Ale & Assistant Sound Tech Henry. All instrumental tracks done! Sounds like the apocalypse, in the best of ways! These guys are absolute legends. Now, a few beers and tomorrow more!
DAY 3: Two more instrumental tracks done. Four more to go!
DAY 2: Four more instrumental tracks in the bank. Now enjoying a nice cold beer with our “Beer Tech” Manu of Horror Business after a 12h day in the studio!