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Roadhouse Stories And Liquor Tales

I’ve started to record first demos for a couple of Blues songs that will be released in 2020. Check out an excerpt of the demo. I am really looking forward to share more music with you guys.
There will be some wonderful guests on this recordings. So stay tuned and subscribe to my YouTube-Channel.



Amberg can’t sing!! So what?

I had to become an old and grumpy guy until I was ready to record a song with my own vocals. Here it is: Parasite. Two more will follow.



Vulture Tears by Sulfur Kings

My latest project “Sulfur Kings”. I just released the first single “Vulture Tears” from the upcoming EP “Cotard Delusion”.  Check out this heavy instrumental and get it now.



Maybach Teleman T54 – Review and Jam Track

What a fine guitar. Learn more about my history with the Telecaster and why Keith Richards is mentioned.



The Remote Sessions

I recorded within a couple of weeks three songs for “The Haunted Echoes” debut EP “The Remote Sessions”. I limited myself to 24 tracks. Just like in the good old days. I used as many vintage emulated equipment as possible to achieve a raw, unpolished sound. Reduce to the max. What I did for the first time, was to send all the tracks to an Waves Abbey Road Vocal Chamber bus. This simulates to have the “band” in one room. I added this sound to the overall mix and it just worked perfectly. 

The Waves Abbey Road Vinyl Stereo plugin added some warmth, crackles and noise to the master bus. Not over the top but you can still see the meter active while no music is playing.

When I record for Kissing Lucifer I use as many tracks as I like. Sometimes a hundred, sometimes 50 or 60. Since I reduced everything to 24 tracks (I don’t count the tracks for FX busses etc. ) I experienced a totally different sound, especially on the guitars. I use less gain, sometimes almost none for the rhythm guitars which leads to a real punchy sound. On the other hand I use some really weird fuzz octave sounds that are kinda ugly but beautiful. 

Kissing Lucifer always has tons of vocal tracks. Dave and Becky deliver plenty of great tracks. For “The Haunted Echoes” Rachel sung only a few tracks. The lead vocals weren’t doubled. Everything was stripped down and worked perfect. There are always many ways to achieve a certain sound. I have to admit, that I like the raw approach. Focus more the song itself than on a wall of sound.

Mastering was done by Brian Lucey (Marilyn Manson, The Kills, Royal Blood etc.). He really did a fantastic job and mastered very musically.

The EP “The Remote Sessions” will contain two more songs called “Crooked Crimson” and “Nocturnal”.