Gridfailure Drop Surprise Free Album

Official Press Release:

Without even a warning shot, GRIDFAILURE today issues Ghoul Bushcraft: Henchpersons Instrumentals II. In the tradition of the first vocal-free installment – Psychological Badlands, released on Halloween 2019 – its predecessor is another body of Frankensteinian works, collecting scattered live jams, random sessions, unused recordings, accidental toxic runoff, and other mutant or orphaned material spilled forth over the past several years, with material dating back to test trials for the outfit’s first live shows in 2018… and beyond. 

With a dozen tracks amassing over fifty-six minutes of full-bore acapella powerdementia, Ghoul Bushcraft sees GRIDFAILURE’s David Brenner providing a wide range of guitar, bass, percussion, programming, keyboards, synth, powerelectronics, didgeridoo, and more. The record also features an array of collaborators including Benjamin Levitt (Megalophobe, GRIDFAILURE-live), Richard Muller (The Third Kind, Great Planes, GRIDFAILURE-live), Lane Oliver (Yatsu), Andy Hess, Jared Stimpfl (Secret Cutter, Orphan Donor), Neil Barrett (Pornohelmut), Jon Paris (Rack), Pete Tsakiris, Liz Ciavarella-Brenner, Rob Levitt, Natasha Padilla, and platinum-selling session player Mac Gollehon. 

Ghoul Bushcraft was engineered, recorded, arranged, and mixed, and completed with art/design by David Brenner at his Rockland County, New York DIY recording lair, The Compound, with other material piped in from across state lines from several of the Henchpersons.

Dan Craley
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Dan Craley

Dan started Getting It Out back in 2018 as a stand alone podcast. He’s been writing for music websites for over a decade and finally decided to start his own. Now living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with his wife and kids, he briefly sang for Baltimore’s Pleasant Living.

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