by Lane Milburn
by Chris Calabrese
I haven’t updated this site in sooo long, but now there is actual Cemetery Piss news to report. First of all, our first ep, Rest in Piss, has come and gone thanks to Tim at Vaginal Apocalypse Productions. Artwork by Lane Milburn.
You can also give it a listen right here -
A repressing is coming soon!
We also have a forthcoming 7″ coming out on Cricket Cemetery, with artwork by Stevi Gossert.
Preview that here -
Finally, we played our first show as a full live band on February 10 in our hometown, Baltimore, MD with Bastard Sapling from Richmond and Ashencult. Thanks to Gerry Mak for the flier -
More on upcoming shows soon…
I was somewhere else. I thought I was somplace but now I didn’t know what place. I seemed to be inside foreign worlds where there was some kind of troubling comraderie – as if a haunting joke was known to everyone but me and yet faintly I knew it too. I couldn’t pull away – it was like a magnet and there was beauty in it. Human creatures with the feeling of being turned strange and open to falling and glee – they seemed to have a glee for somehow stithcing a laugh to darkness.
All the clocks had stopped. A void out of time. And here they are – looking out and holding themselves still – holding still at that point where two worlds join – the familiar and the other.
David Lynch, from Haunted Air: A collection of anonymous Hallowe’en photographs, America c. 1875 – 1955, Ossian Brown.