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NEWS   Well, I told ya you'd be hearing some fake instruments, and I didn't lie. If I could find help, and time from family engagemants, I could put this stuff together for really real. In the meantime I'll just keep layin' it down.
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My name is Eldo Abrahamson, and I been doing this underground one-man show since 1999. I do other stuff too, but when a piece of music needs a full band, I bust out whatever shit-eating means are available to me at the time and do it myself. As far as electronics go, their role in this is thusfar solely functional. They help me, because humans are either unavailable, unwilling or unmotivated, so f*** 'em. Got me bigger fish to fry, and I got the means, so here you go.
Why this name?
It's a line in my favorite Prong tune. (Broken Peace)
Do you play live?
I live in Duluth, MN these days, so live versions of this stuff won't be happening any time soon. Musicians here are far more concerned with being on the scene than diving into the music itself, and that's a shit-wall I'm not going to waste my time trying to traverse.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
That's pretty obvious.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
I would, with some very specific stipulations. You laughing yet?
Band History:
This is no band, you fool. This is my life!
Your influences?
Oh f*** you. I'm sick of questions like this. Listen to the music, draw your own conclusions, and feel free to keep them to yourself.
Favorite spot?
I'm not at liberty to discuss those matters.
Equipment used:
I did this all with drums, basses, guitars, computers, mics, an MK-II Portastudio, effects, snythesizers and whatever I had the skill and patience to muster up at the time. My buddy Graham played bass on Suffice, so I used him too. Sucker.
Anything else...?
Thanks to all the great musicians i've played with: Dave Gaziel, Vince Maldonado, Graham Payne, Perry Osborn, et al.

F*** you Earl.
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