My new album Nothingness is finished and it's on sale now. It is the sequel to my 2012 album, Existence, and it contains 18 new originals - all of which I consider the best I have to offer.
Okay, actually it has 15 new songs. "God's Will" and "Purpose" aren't new, but they've been remastered. "Disastrophe" finally finds a home on this album as well, and it has new drums. So yeah - it rocks.
As for the new songs, there's "Autopilot," a dance song with an edge, "Stones," a jangle-pop number from my Christian-rock phase (sorry), and "More Than Anything," a killer ballad. There are 12 others that are decidedly worthy of your attention.
In an effort to do something with the F.U.B.A.R. Saga IP, I decided to make a card game based on the comic. It is called The F.U.B.A.R. Saga: King of the Mountain and it is being sold for $24.99 at Game Crafter. To purchase it and learn more, click here.
My second full-length album Existence is now on sale for $6.99. Click here to go get it! Work has begun on its sequel, Omnipresence. There is no firm release date on the album. It will contain anywhere from 18 to 26 songs, 3 of which are done.
Mare Clark's new album, Nothing Really, is in production as well. It will contain re-worked versions of the six songs she recorded for Death Before Disco's And Then There Were Three as well as nine other new songs. The album is about 75 percent done.
As for the Silver Edition of Eeeger, it is 95% done and has been in stasis since 2012. It doesn't need much in the way of work, so I hope to have it done by the end of 2014. There are a lot of changes to the game: it now contains 11 game modes instead of 9, there are now SEVENTEEN playable characers instead of one, and arcade mode now has boss battles. New enemies include Krelmac, Gentoo, and almost a dozen others, some of whom appeared in the Downtown Uptown web comic.