Bassist Reverse Flow Performs on The Suicidal Immortal

Posted by Cherelle on Friday, December 6, 2013 Under: Guest Artists
I am pleased to announce that I have received bass tracks for a track which will also feature LadyLau, Sid Barnhoorn, and Helge Kautz.
The mysterious bassist is my college friend and former Prog-nosys bandmate Eric Goerdt, now known as Reverse Flow. I met Eric while I was a back-up singer with the Fargo-Moorhead, North Dakota band Prog-nosys. When the band's usual bassist was unable to play an important show, Eric stepped in and learned all of the band's material in about 2 weeks. And we played some complicated stuff! The impression he made on me when he was able to learn the entire set that quickly never left me, and after several years trying to figure out who would be the right bassist for the opening track of The Suicidal Immortal, I was reminded of the show with Prog-nosys in 2004 and did what any Generation Y rock opera composer in need of a bassist would do: I put my mad Googling skills into play to find Eric. I was pleased to find that he was still playing, so I left a message on his website. I later found a message on my own website, and now I have a beautiful track to show for all of this.
The track in question is titled "Overture," and showcases many of the melodies that appear on The Suicidal Immortal. The track will be available for preview on this website when it is mixed. I think it's safe to say, I can't wait to show it to you!
You can read more about Reverse Flow on the Guest Artists page.

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Bassist Reverse Flow Performs on The Suicidal Immortal

Posted by Cherelle on Friday, December 6, 2013 Under: Guest Artists
I am pleased to announce that I have received bass tracks for a track which will also feature LadyLau, Sid Barnhoorn, and Helge Kautz.
The mysterious bassist is my college friend and former Prog-nosys bandmate Eric Goerdt, now known as Reverse Flow. I met Eric while I was a back-up singer with the Fargo-Moorhead, North Dakota band Prog-nosys. When the band's usual bassist was unable to play an important show, Eric stepped in and learned all of the band's material in about 2 weeks. And we played some complicated stuff! The impression he made on me when he was able to learn the entire set that quickly never left me, and after several years trying to figure out who would be the right bassist for the opening track of The Suicidal Immortal, I was reminded of the show with Prog-nosys in 2004 and did what any Generation Y rock opera composer in need of a bassist would do: I put my mad Googling skills into play to find Eric. I was pleased to find that he was still playing, so I left a message on his website. I later found a message on my own website, and now I have a beautiful track to show for all of this.
The track in question is titled "Overture," and showcases many of the melodies that appear on The Suicidal Immortal. The track will be available for preview on this website when it is mixed. I think it's safe to say, I can't wait to show it to you!
You can read more about Reverse Flow on the Guest Artists page.

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