MIKE TERROR has been nominated at the 2010 TEXAS BUZZ Music Awards in the “Best Goth/Industrial” category.
Voting starts this Fri Dec 17 at 7pm and ends Mon Dec 20 at midnight. All voting is online at www.thebuzz.com, click the Texas Buzz banner on The Buzz home page and follow the instructions.
We’ve had a great time over the past 2 years riding the wave of our debut EP. However, the time has come to focus on the next Era. We won’t be doing many shows, but you will see us from time to time.
To me, the EP feels like a demo cd with some decent packaging. The subject matter was appropriate at the time,, horror, scifi… limited. The first and only pressing is almost completely gone. Right now it’s being Remixed (by various Artists) and Remastered. The plan is to re-release it as a free download (with some extras included) before the new CD drops. Hopefully there will be a few more free things we can toss your way around the same time
The next Album is very different.
It’s linear.. autobiographic, and it’s story spans from mid-2008 to present-day. It’s naked, honest, uncensored, unrestrained, and unashamed. When it’s finished, I feel it’ll be the best thing we’ve ever done. I hope you guys can dig it.
Here’s to the future.
Last week saw a humongously satisfying show by ICP, the most hated band in the world. Opening for the clowns was Mike Terror, featuring Kemo For Emo vocalist Larry Sanders, who was asked to guest as rhythm guitarist for the gig. Apparently Sanders’ inclusion has really given the band a bigger and badder sound because Mike offered Sanders a full-time position on Friday.
“Mike really likes Kemo for Emo,” said Sanders via telephone. “It’s one of his favorite bands. We’ve known each other since middle school.”
Sanders has subbed for guitarist EON on occasion, and a nice response at the ICP show helped cement Sanders as a permanent member. The Juggalos had a mixed reaction to the band when their set started, but warmed up quickly once they spotted Terror’s ICP tattoo.
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