Merry (Dimaension-)Xmas!! More music!!!

Yep - more music - I dug into the vaults and found some unreleased tunes that I recorded a few years ago (whilst in a very Metal mood!) and decided everybody behaved themselves very well this year and deserved another extra present from yours truly. More free music!!

This is a short EP, called "fUTUREGRIND", featuring my Schecter Omen 6 while it still had the stock pickups and using an Open C/D tuning (C,G,C,G,C,D). I was also testing my Behringer X1204 mixer, so the last few songs are recorded with that and my old Tech 21 Original Sansamp instead of my usual PODXT Live.

And yeah, I realized after I did the cover that it does look a lot like Jeff Loomis's solo album cover. Sorry, Jeff. But I really don't think anyone will mistake my album for yours.

Here's the link to The Internet Archive page, and the DIRECT DOWNLOAD link.

This stuff is very metal. So have a Very Metal Xmas and a Blastingly Loud New Year!!


To Black Dresses and Exploding Robots

To Black Dresses and Exploding Robots is the name of the new Dimaension X album, which should be available very soon at The Internet Archive.

I just finished uploading the files to The Internet Archive, so they should be all done deriving the file formats in about a day or so, so the album should be ready for download just in time for Christmas.

Click HERE to go to the page at The Internet Archive to download the files.

You can also begin a DIRECT DOWNLOAD from The Internet Archive by clicking HERE!

And finally ... HERE is the Mediafire Link.

Thanks again for listening.


New Deadside Manor song

Here's a (kind of) new song that my live band, Deadside Manor is adding to our live set:

Holy Roller by dimaensionx


New album in the works for early 2012?

I managed to get a bunch of guitar tracks recorded yesterday for some new music I've been working on is whatever small amounts of spare time I've had lately. Next comes bass guitar, and I really have to work on the mix on some of the more complex songs. Lot's of weird synth parts combined with the heavy guitars, some orchestral sections, some guitar solos, etc. You know - a typical Dimaension X album.

Not sure if I'll have it ready before Christmas, but perhaps early 2012.

I've recorded all of the guitar tracks exclusively with my Schecter Omen 6, which has the new GFS Power Rails pickups - man these things cook! I liked the Mean 90's, but these just fit what I want to play much better. Heavy and crunchy.

Here's a preview below: