Saturday, May 21, 2011


Waylon Recordings is proud to announce the much-anticipated release of Jeff Caxide's CRONE. Endless Midnight was recorded at Gordon Cole Studios in Los Angeles, CA and Rising Pulse Studios in Brooklyn, NY. The album was mixed by Aaron Harris at Vista Studios in Los Angeles, mastered by James Plotkin (Khanate, Phantomsmasher) and features musical contributions from Aaron Harris (ISIS), Bryant Clifford Meyer (ISIS, Red Sparowes) and John LaMacchia (Candiria), as well as photo and design work by Aaron Turner (ISIS, Old Man Gloom) and Faith Coloccia (Mammifer).

Endless Midnight will be available July 19th. Jeff will be debuting a track this Monday on the Children of Saturn radio show starting at 6 p.m. (PST)

To listen, go here:

Keep an eye on this site in the coming weeks as we premiere a track from Endless Midnight, launch the official CRONE Facebook page and offer an exclusive interview with Jeff Caxide.


1 What You Dream Of
2 Ghost City
3 The Silver Hammer
4 Cellar Holes From A Lifetime Ago
5 Endless Midnight

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bringers of Disease and the "Gospel of Pestilence"

Bringers of Disease 
Dear Mongrels, Mutts, Mouth Breathers and Mutants,

Waylon here, up and at 'em and proud to announce that we've once again partnered with Translation Loss Records to bring you the debut EP of Dayton, Ohio's own Bringers of Disease.

I don't know what might be in the water in Montgomery County, but I can guess it's probably filthy, raw and crippling. Gospel of Pestilence is black metal at its most primal, heavier than a public beheading and written with an ear for atmosphere and crushing riffage. I'll paint you a picture: Imagine the sound of everything you hold dear in life burning in a pit. Fans of Enslaved, Acheron and Aura Noir should especially take notice.

Bringers of Disease will be playing 2 record release shows this weekend for you lucky Buckeyes. Go see 'em. You won't regret it.

May 20 @ Blind Bob's in Dayton, OH

May 21 @ Kobo in Columbus, OH

Gospel of Pestilence will be in stores May 24th and is shipping now from Translation Loss

As always, thanks for supporting our bands. It means a helluva lot. - W