The Brooklyn Sessions

Recently, I was able to play with Patrick and Dan in person, which has a huge advantage over sending files back and forth through the tubes.

In Brooklyn, we played guitar and banjo and worked out some of the progressions and banjo parts. We didn’t work out any metal sections, unfortunately, as we only had acoustic instruments at the time.  That will come…

Anyhow, I took a few video clips with my computer (awesome quality) and spent a few minutes editing it.

As you’ll see, we still have a few kinks to work out, but there’s nothing like playing together in the same location. This is definitely a milestone. Enjoy!

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6 thoughts on “The Brooklyn Sessions

  1. Chris K. says:

    How messed up is black metal horror bluegrass acoustic? Need more genres! Falsetto! Comedy!

    • blood and banjos says:

      haha, when we’re done with the album we’ll have to do a final count of all the genres involved. maybe we’ll employ your help!

  2. jakemanson says:

    Sounds nice! Even unplugged, you guys could totally kick Mumford and Sons’ asses.

  3. blood and banjos says:

    i seriously doubt they’ve ever used their banjos as weapons…

  4. That’s cool you got some face time in. Always a big, and much faster help. Around the 0:30 mark there is a bit where things are all out of time, but for some reason that little bit sounded pretty cool to me, kind of like a part that could be used for falling into insanity or something. The final bit sounded real nice too! Keep up the good work dudes!

    • blood and banjos says:

      for sure… wish i could travel to brooklyn every other weekend, but i guess this is all part of the challenge!

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