Flood Damage – Instructions For The Assembly Of God(s)

December 1, 2014 at 4:18 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , )

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The full length album “Instructions For The Assembly Of God(s)” by Flood Damage is finally here! Flood Damage is, as usual, Michael Allen Rose, but this one features contributions from Sean Payne of Cyanotic, Mike Reidy, Karen Righeimer and Myke Shuberg of WORM and Now I’m Nothing, Peter Propaganda of JiLt, Dorian Starchild of Psyclon Nine, Flood Damage regulars Michael Gerberding (The flying squirrel) and Miss Exxxotica Chicago 2013 Viva La Muerte as well as Zivity / Gods Girls model Sauda Namir and more!

PHYSICAL CD AVAILABLE AT THE NEW STORE!!! http://michaelallenrose.storenvy.com

You can pick it up on your online retailer of choice:

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/instructions-for-assembly/id943570235

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Flood_Damage_Instructions_for_the_Assembly_of_God_?id=Byupnemnnpjxrgbi7woj2q3yqpu

EMusic: http://www.emusic.com/album/flood-damage/instructions-for-the-assembly-of-gods/15460594/

Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/album/7J8BMa5vL9uu9S06ctExVg?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open

RippleTunes: http://rippletunes.com/album/Flood-Damage/Instructions-for-the-Assembly-of-God-S-/943570235/t0

Deezer: http://http://www.deezer.com/album/9201563

Any others you find, feel free to share in the comments! Machine rock industrial madness! Check it out and make sure you let me know if you dig it! FLOOD DAMAGE LOVES YOU!

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Experiments in Dramatic Writing

April 1, 2006 at 12:33 am (Theatre, Writing) (, , )

The adjudication of our new plays was last night… it went exceedingly well, to the point where I was almost embarrassed by the praise one of the respondents was heaping on me.

The play: Antarctica.

The summary: Godot on skis.

The verdict: They loved it. Both of them had universally spanning epiphanies during the show, which I suppose is all I could ask for and more. They also enjoyed the monologue (Stag King), telling me that I was “a very good playwright.” As a self-flagellating artist, it was nice to hear that… they really “got it” too, which is the ultimate compliment. I don’t think I could have been more blessed. Thanks to my cast and crew for working so hard to make it magical for me… I love theatre… I really do.

In other news… work on the experimental play continues… an excerpt:

4. Better Days Ahoy!

(MUTE enters pushing a wheelbarrow full of sausages. He is dressed as JESUS CHRIST, with halo and flowing white robe. He very slowly crosses the stage. At center he stops, takes a bite out of one of the sausages. He chews it thoughtfully for a moment, then speaks to the audience.)



(After a beat, MUTE slowly pushes the wheelbarrow offstage. Lights shift.)

I think that says it all.

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