The result of two brothers, two weeks of spare time, and a desire to fill the time with as much recording as possible, the songs on SuperTyfon were written to a certain rhythm: in the afternoon, we would pick up our guitars and start working on whatever we could come up with. By the end of the evening, the songs would be fleshed out, the drum tracks would be made, and the trusty DAW would be configured. In the morning, the songs would be recorded, and in the afternoon, the process would repeat.
(Almost) All songs were recorded using a limited pool of equipment: two Gibson SGs, one Peavey Classic 30, two Marshall MS2s (usually paired as one unit), two ProCo Rat pedals, and a few minor effects here and there. The idea was that this would be an album we could perform (almost) exactly as recorded, any place, any time, because every song has a single guitar track for each of us, and neither of us would use the exact same equipment as the other on any song.
In short, this is what it sounds like when siblings with guitars get bored.
released May 25, 2011
Erick Cantu: Guitars Vocals Bass
Christopher Orion Severson: Guitars Vocals Bass
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