After many months of preparation, I’m pleased to announce that the next Bill Van Loo record, entitled chromedecay tracks pt2: 2001-2005, will be available in a few weeks. chromedecay tracks pt2: 2001-2005 is a compilation of material I produced during that time period that fits the chromedecay aesthetic of deep, emotional, gritty art. It’s being mastered by Shawn Hatfield (who also records as Twerk) at his Audible Oddities mastering studio, and the test masters I’ve heard so far are sounding great.
I dropped off the cover art at Standard Printing (great local print shop here in Ypsilanti) this morning, and expect that I should have cover art in a week or two. After that point, it’s just a matter of getting the duplicated discs back from Sonar Duplication (the CD duplicator I use) and then I’ll have it available for release.
Therefore, chromedecay tracks pt2: 2001-2005 is now available for pre-order. Pre-orders will get free shipping anywhere in the US, or $2 off shipping to anywhere else in the world. The price is $10; to pre-order, click the “Pre-Order Now” button below to order via PayPal, and fill out your information. As soon as the record’s available, it will be shipped out to you.
Thanks for all your support!