Marty Friedman’s new album Wall of Sound is out. Marty, Anup Sastry and I had a great time working on it. We tracked Anup’s Tama drums at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606. We then set up to track guitars, piano and violin at Dave’s Room in North Hollywood.
Blabbermouth CD review:
“It’s been three years since Marty‘s last album, “Inferno”, and if that album was mind-melding, “Wall of Sound” is a maestro’s pronouncement.”
Ironaut are back at it again, tracking live, then doubling or tripling guitar solos. This three piece have crafted three new crushing tracks, staying true to their roots is psych-doom, thrash metal. We tracked this beast of an EP in one day, finishing up with vocals. Once again, it was an absolute treat to work with these talented musicians.
As Dragon from Metal Nexus says,
“Los Angeles has long been called the “City Of Angels” but it has recently bestowed upon us all a rather darkened amp worshiping trio of crusty blackened punks named Ironaut. And these guys are not fucking around with their highly volatile style of groovy speed freak biker metal but that should really be expected once you realize who is in this band. Formerly of The Sixth Chamber, guitarist Pat McHugh, bassist/vocalist Erik Kluiber (ex-Gypsyhawk / White Wizzard), and former Level drummer Ivan Najor are just musically merciless in this genre-distorting three piece…
Ironaut are yet another incredible discovery I have made recently and based on the versatility exemplified on this EP, I have no doubt that this band will gain ground quickly with their widely appealing balance of varying genres. For fans of High On Fire, Mastodon, and (the) Melvins.”
Here it is! The Lost Weekend stepping it up with a new full length record. Tracked Live at Dave’s Room. Serious talent brewing here, along with great players. Stand Outs: The One You Keep, The Fall of November and It’s Over. Wide range of country tinged rock. Enjoy.
I had a blast recording Ironaut’s new EP. Tracked live with minimal overdubs. Raw and loud!
Ironaut has been spawned from the primordial ooze brewed from the cauldron of riffs conjured by Pat McHugh (formerly of The Sixth Chamber), then transmuted through the sonic rhythmic alchemy of Erik Kluiber (formerly of Overloaded/White Wizzard/Gypsyhawk) and Ivan Najor (formerly of Level).
I am proud to have co-produced the new Huntress album Static with Jim Rota for Napalm Records. I also engineered and mixed this record, which be released this September.
California Metallers HUNTRESS have completed their third studio album titled Static to be released via Napalm Records on September 25, 2015. The highly-anticipated record was produced by Paul Fig (Grammy nominated engineer, Alice in Chains, Deftones, Trivium, Ghost BC) and Jim Rota (Fireball Ministry, Executive Producer Sonic Highways series, Producer Sound City Movie), engineered and mixed by Paul Fig.
HUNTRESS has teamed up with Pledge Music to offer pre-sales of the new album. When you order Static, their Pledge Music page is “unlocked” giving fans an exclusive pass to HUNTRESS content. Unique pre-sale packages have been created just for their fans. In true HUNTRESS fashion, the band filmed a hilarious promotional video. You can watch it now on the band’s Pledge Music page, and get the new album today.
I am excited to have worked with Zach Jones mixing his new album Love what you Love. Check out this talented fellow!
Love What You Love is the fifth album from Zach Jones. With keyboard and guitar driven, melodic, rock/ pop songs, loaded with hooks, harmony, pounding drums, and pumping bass; Love What You Love marks a return to Jones’s power-pop roots.
Love What You Love continues to explore themes of love, life, relationships, and growing older. It attempts to examine life’s hardships and complications through the eyes of a positive lens and address how the things we perceive as being negative, can actually strengthen our positive experiences.
Paul Fig received a Grammy nomination for Best Engineered Album- Non Classical: Alice in Chains – The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here for engineering the second release from Alice in Chains with new singer William Duvall.
Paul Fig also engineered Alice in Chains critically acclaimed Black Gives Way to Blue.