Catching up: Brimstone Rhine

I must apologize for my extended blog silence.  I spent the end of February struggling through a strep-like infection, and then I was out of the country for a few days.  The former was awful, and the latter pretty much cured it.  Yay for sunshine and the Caribbean!  More on that later.

For now, I need to share another project in the works from another painfully brilliant friend of mine.

C. S. E. Cooney (and her mother, and her many delightful brothers, too) make my world a better place, more full of treasures and gifts.  You’ll note that one of my favorite press quotes comes from her.  Well, now it’s my turn:  I know her primarily as a poet and author, but now she’s gone and written a whole slew of amazing songs!  I have heard the demo tracks for the two EPs she has in mind, and they absolutely slay.  If you like the thought of your Greek mythology and murder ballads done up in new and scintillating musical ways, do give this a click and a listen.  It’ll be worth your time.  If anyone ever sings to me the way that C. S. E. Cooney sings to Alecto in this project, I am done for.  I’m telling you, click already.