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Red Wolf Mist

by Aaron Smith

Six songs inspired by horror and nightmares, both real and imagined.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Red Wolf Mist
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2. Misty Mountain Horror
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3. Stand on the Mountain
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4. The Perilous Hours
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5. Don't Go Swimming at Innsmouth
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6. Halloween Eternal
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Three years ago, this collection of songs wasn't even an idea or a speck of a thought in the back of my mind. Then something made me pull my old guitar out of the closet and start playing again after fifteen years away from the instrument. Songs of horror and dreams and strange occurrences started to form. I kept practicing, kept working at it, and even learned to sing (which terrified me at first!). And "Red Wolf Mist" was born. The title track and the two songs that follow it form a trilogy about going into unexplored territory and encountering mysteries and terrors, facing fears, and maybe, just maybe, finding a way to live and thrive in a weird new world. "The Perilous Hours" is about the real-life horror of facing depression, anxiety, and insomnia. I hope anyone who knows what that's like and listens to the song will feel a little less alone in their fight. "Don't Go Swimming At Innsmouth" was inspired by a story by H. P. Lovecraft. The final track, "Halloween Eternal," came about after a trip to a Halloween store left images of costumes and pumpkins and bones and other macabre artifacts dancing through my dreams. I never expected to record an album, but now I can't wait to do it again.

Aaron Smith: vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
Music and lyrics by Aaron Smith
Produced by Aaron Smith
Engineered by Brynen Sosa
Recorded at Oblique Studios, Vernon, New Jersey
Cover photo by Katie Buckley

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