February 1, 2017

1816 Was A Helluva Year

In 2014, Saar Hendelman and I drew a blueprint of the first phase of American Murder Song‘s music. Unlike the path we’d taken with our previous collaborations, where our songwriting culminated in a single, comprehensive album, we dreamed AMS as an ongoing series of mini […]
January 19, 2017

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

2016 was a year of milestones. On a financial level, I paid off my motorcycle and a tax debt that I’d been chipping at for years. On the professional front, I launched and toured American Murder Song, a bold and ambitious project that’s given me […]
December 27, 2016

Lucifer Ascending

In August, I wrote a blog called “Confessions from the Devil” about the crippled course of The Devil’s Carnival series. It was difficult to write. Difficult, because it felt like an official separation letter from a project to which I’d wed myself for half of […]
December 14, 2016

A Special Holiday Message From Terrance & Saar

December 8, 2016

Follow Yer Compass!

I like living out of a backpack. Having been away from the Van Nuys apartment that I call home for the better part of the last two months, I’d been traveling and surviving on only the most slim of personal cargo: a laptop, some toiletries, […]
October 19, 2016

New Tour Dates Added!

I’m writing this entry from a fifteen-seat passenger van. Attached to the van, is a 12′ trailer. Inside of that trailer, is an oversized coffin. I’m joined in this pallbearer of a van by seven other wayward souls as we crawl down, down a farm-y […]
October 6, 2016

2 Feet From The Magic

In a matter of minutes, I’ll be boarding a van with seven mad souls to drive across the country and back. It’s an adventure a long time coming. Chances are I’ll see you on this journey, but if you haven’t been invited yet, allow me […]
August 24, 2016

Confessions from the Devil

I should have written this blog a year ago. But a combination of exhaustion, misplaced diplomacy and naïve hopefulness brought out the coward in me. I’m ashamed to admit that for the past twelve months, I—along with some close friends and colleagues—have kept silent about […]