Tracking drums with Qaalm

I recently recorded drums with the doom/sludge band I’m in, Qaalm.

Recording Qaalm

I’ve spent the last week recording with a new band that I am playing keys/synths in, Qaalm.

Here are some pics from our session:

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Day two with @qaalmband #studio #recording #doom

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Android Lust – “Shores Unknown” music video from Agony

Agony Main Theme – “Shores Unknown” – by Android Lust.

The critically acclaimed Survival-Horror game Agony will launch on PlayStation® 4, Xbox One – the all in one entertainment system from Microsoft – as well as PC on May 29th 2018.

Agony is a first-person survival horror game currently in development.
Players will begin their journey as tormented soul within the depths of hell without any memories about his past.

The special ability to control people on their path, and even possess simple minded demons,
gives the player the necessary measures to survive in the extreme conditions they are in.

By exploring hostile environment and interacting with the other weary souls of the hellscape,
the hero will soon understand that there is only one way to escape from Hell, and it will require a meeting of the mystical Red Goddess.

GENERE: Survival Horror
RELEASE DATE: 29 May 2018

New video from AL1CE – Looking Glass

AL1CE is
Tash Cox
Scott Landes
Steve Kefales
Jesse DeSanto
Gordon Lysle Bash
Sasha Travis

Executive Producers – AL1CE & Jason Carl
Music Mixed and Mastered by Christopher Jon / Dark Vision Media
Director – Sasha Travis
Director of Photography – Carl Garcia
Hair Stylist – Rachel Lee
Makeup Artist – Daniela Beckstrom
Album Photography – Elisabeth O’Rourke

Creative Collaborators and Performers
Tash Cox
Sheena Leigh
Kasmira Buchanan
Vivi Varon
Kevin Kelley
Viktor Simon

Special Thanks to Dan Button, Brockus Project Dance Studios, Jason Carl, RJ Parsons, Al Gonzalez, and our entire team of brilliant creatives and talented performers and technicians who are helping our dreams take Flight!

I, Parasite: 1996 – 2016

Around June or July in 1996 Justin and I started I, Parasite. We met via a classified ad I placed in a local NYC newspaper. A couple of years and a few demos later we put out our first album, Turin. Six “proper” releases and twenty years after that, I’m mixing the fourth full length I, Parasite album, Österlanden. A lot has changed since those early days. I, Parasite sounds like a completely different band, and I am a rather different person. The project has accumulated a lot of baggage, and I just don’t quite feel the same connection to it (or the name) anymore.

So I’m excited and also a bit sad to announce that Österlanden will be the final I, Parasite album. But Österlanden also marks a new beginning for me. I’m really proud of this record, and would like to live in this place for quite a while longer. I also hope that you will enjoy it and stick with me as I continue in that direction under a new name. There will be more about this and other future musical projects once Österlanden is complete and out in the world.

I know working with me is often not an easy thing, so I would like to thank all of the people who have played with, guided, and/or contributed to I, Parasite over the years:

Justin Butts, Mike Ferguson, Henry Kohler, Tom Harris, Michael Alexander, Michael Morel, Ray Cicero, Bret Calder, Bilian Frost, Michael Weeks, Ron Schecher, Lars Hansen, Colin McKay, Mike Renfield, Alan Nino-Castro, Brandon Hodges, Scott Landes, Tash Cox, Emily Joy, Steve Kefalas, Rob Caggiano, Melyssa Anishnabie, Paul Komoda, and Shikhee.

And thank all of you for supporting me all these years! Here’s to more music in 2017 and beyond.

//Christopher Jon