Doug Whitfield

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Would anyone be interested in collaborating on an folk-inspired atmospheric blackened funeral doom album?

Mostly atmospheric black, but some celtic influence for sure.

I'm planning to record vocals outside in January (or possibly in som abandoned building with no heat if I can find one safe enough) cold as the recording equipment gets. Maybe I'll do it at night for more desolation. I live basically in downtown Minneapolis, so maybe I won't be able to get the sound I want, but if there's snow on the ground it should muffle things.

Collaborating how? (Mind you I live in Toronto and am extremely unlikely to dcross the border ...)

B. Ross Ashley at 2018-05-24T14:37:10Z

I'm looking to do a cover album of . I spoke to Joseph about it and he's going to get me what he can (stems or sessions).

My initial thought was to stretch and distort what existed, but if I can find someone to re-record drums, guitar, and bass, that'll probably be fine. I've never done anything like this, but I know The Impossebulls have shared files digitally for a couple of decades. 

Probably the flute from the original I can keep and just stretch it out or loop it. I think it's probably too fast for what I'm thinking though.

What do you play? I may have someone to do artwork, but that is not yet confirmed.

Doug Whitfield at 2018-05-25T21:21:42Z