Friday, December 11, 2009
Song Of Self by THE ANGELUS
Our friends at GUTTERTH PRODUCTIONS have been kind enough to include our song on their new comp. This FREE compilation is a collection of songs by some great bands from the Dallas and Denton area. We're very pleased to be part of this. Check out our track and then download the enitre comp here:
We created this track just for this comp in mind and it wont be on our new album. Hope you enjoy it.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
CENTER DIVIDER (NYC)
Christian Lee: Guitar/Vocal
Tamara Cauble: Violin (Telegraph Canyon)
Bobby Weaver: Bass (The Paper Chase)
William Williams: Guitar (Hankshaw Band)
Clay Stinnett: Drums (The Boom Boom Box)
* * * *
Emil Rapstine (The Angelus )
w/ Ryan Williams (Baptist Generals, Dust Congress)
* * * *
DIM LOCATOR (Will Kapinos of jetscreamer)
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Bringing Coals To Newcastle
Before Emil began the Angelus, he and Matt had their first Denton rock experiment called
Coals To Newcastle. They recorded one album but never released it. The band split soon after the recording was completed.
Our friend M. Leer has been kind enough to post the songs to his blog THE DIAMOND AGE.
You can download the album there as well as find some more recordings from Denton bands of yore. Worth a look and listen.
Friday, August 7, 2009
We swear this isn’t an intervention or anything, just a celebration of Fred’s return to Texas from the vile state of Kansas (I’ve never been there . . . it’s vile right?). He’s survived the rigors of the military duty including losing half a pinky finger, being kicked by his own horse (broken ribs), and dressing in antiquated cavalry uniform. They also tried to shave his head, but aha, Fred was one step ahead of them. What makes this even better is that we're playing with the Hope Trust and Tre Orsi. Very excited to play with both of these bands. (Matthew Barnhart of Tre Orsi has been engineering our new record for the past several months.) Alright, alright. Just be there.
The Hope Trust
Emil will also play a short solo set at Rubbergloves on Sept. 4th before The Angelus plays in Dallas.
Friday, July 24, 2009
Finished recording overdubs this week. Corrected flubs and layered guitar mostly but also added some strings and marimba care of our friends Tamra and the members of Dust Congress. Sounds really great at first blush. We'll see how everything pans out once we record vocals and start mixing. Either way, another big step toward finishing the record.
Monday, July 6, 2009
While we continue to work on the album,Emil will take a break and join the blessed souls at the Annex House as they open their doors for another low-key seance. Please come visit for a spell. Where is the Annex House? 1207 Annex Ave. here in Dallas. Nice bunch of kids who live there. Come out - you wont regret it. You might hear some new songs.
Also playing: Hotel, Hotel | Sabra Laval | New Science Projects.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Finally, we've set to work on our debut, full-length album.
Under the ever patient watch of engineer Matthew Barnhart we've spent several fruitfull days and nights at the Echo Lab in Denton, TX tracking what will be our debut album. If you remember, this is where we recorded our self-titled EP back in 2004. Barnhart engineered that as well, but this time we are accompanied by our friend Josh Pearson who is producing the album. If we can survive under his brutal lash hopefully the album will be finished by the end of the summer.
We'll keep you posted.
In the meantime check back here for any sporadic show updates.
P.S. - You can see some more photos from the echo lab here.