I can’t even believe it’s been a full year since Breathing The Machine has been released to the world. An album I never thought I’d finish has already been out there for that long? Well hot damn!
To mark this anniversary, you can get the physical albums and digital copies of Breathing The Machine for 30% off! Head over to my Bandcamp Page where you’ll be able to pick up your copy of the album. Also, with each each physical album sold I will sign them for you!!
I can’t believe it’s already been 8 months since I released “Breathing The Machine”….. so I’ve decided to reduce the prices on all the albums!
Head over to http://bulletofreason.bandcamp.com/ and you can now get the full digital album for $8, physical album for $10 (includes digital download), Deluxe digital album for $11, and the physical album with deluxe digital download for $13!
Haven’t got a copy of “Breathing The Machine” for yourself yet? Well now is a perfect time to do so!
Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you my new 6 track EP full of completely new content and one exclusive “Hello Father” remix done by Adam Raymond, not featured on the Hello Father – Remixes album. This EP features 3 new songs “Pretty Suicide” “Monster You Created” and “Play (One More Time)”, Adam Raymond’s “Hello Father (Dark vs. Light Remix)”, an acoustic stripped down version of “Black Widow” from Breathing The Machine, and a Beta Mode version of a new song called “VII” which may be featured on the next full length release!
I promised you new material soon, so here you go! Enjoy the Rebirth – EP featured on my Bandcamp page!
Digital distribution has gone through and now there are a number of places you can pick up a copy of “Breathing The Machine”! You can purchase it through CDBaby (Digital and physical album), my Bandcamp (where you can get the Deluxe Edition and signed physical album), the FiXT Store (Digital download), and now iTunes! More places will be popping up real soon and I’m sure if you search online for Bullet of Reason – Breathing The Machine some of the other online retail stores will pop up.
For those of you who have already bought the album, I cannot thank you enough for your support! You all rock my world and seriously it’s such an awesome feeling to know that there’s people out there rocking out to my tunes. If you’ve got yourself a copy of the album, why not leave a review of it on one of the different retailers? I’d love to hear what you think of it!
More updates to come very soon about places where you can buy the album………. and the progress on the new one that is already in the making!
So here’s the deal… “Breathing the Machine” is coming closer to completion and I’ve been tossing around a few ideas on how I want to release it… and I think I’ve figured it out:
I will release the full album in what I like to call “Story Mode” through a CD release. This “mode” or version will have crossfades and give you the experience I originally planned for this album.
I’m also going to be releasing it as a Digital Download. This version will be released as “Shuffle Friendly”, meaning it will have the same tracklist as the CD release but will not have it fading into one another… that way if you want to pick and choose the tracks you want to play you won’t have the previous track possibly bleeding into the start of the next track.
I’ve also been tossing around the idea of releasing “Breathing the Machine” in a Deluxe Edition exclusively sold through my website (once I figure out how I’ll actually do it). This edition will essentially be a bundle package of the full album on CD in “Story Mode”, the digital version in “Shuffle Friendly”, as well as the entire album as Instrumentals (digital download only). I will also personally sign each Deluxe Edition package and personally mail it out to you myself while you get to enjoy the digital version as you wait for the physical album in the mail. I still need to figure out how to do this method, but I swear I’ll figure it out!
Here’s where you come in. As we are now living in the digital age of downloads and CDs seem to be fading away into oblivion (which saddens me greatly), should I even consider releasing this album as a physical release or just as a download only album? Who here would actually be interested in having a physical copy of the album in their hands so they can listen to it the “old fashioned way”? I’m really only asking this because I want to do my best to invest however much I need to invest on the priorities. I don’t want to print 100 or more CDs and have them just sit in a box waiting to become a coaster at my family events or whatever…….. though they may make fun and deadly frisbees. The life of an independent artist!
So what say you? How do you feel about all this? I really do value your opinion and would love to hear back from you!
Oh and on a side note… if all goes as planned… this album will be release in the early weeks of summer…… just saying. And I’m really excited! It’s about damn time!