The wait is now over. Veil of Ashes has released their compilation album Eternal Teenage Angst. Featuring never-before released songs, live songs, early demo versions of later songs, and a newly recorded cover of Dead Artist Syndrome’s “Reach.” Seventeen songs for $5, which includes some cool artwork by Jimmy Arceneaux and mastering by Jason Martin.
In preparation for the upcoming release of Eternal Teenage Angst, Veil of Ashes has launched an official website at veilofashes.com. You can find some great information on the site (Gene Simmons was a fan? Wow.) as well as blog for “Rants & Raves” and other information. You can also see a preview of the artwork for the new album by Jimmy Arceneaux (although people that follow VoA on Facebook saw it a long time ago :).
Veil of Ashes dropped some interesting news on their Facebook page about a new song they recently recorded:
We are about to finally release the song that we did a year ago – stay tuned for details! Soon little doggies! BTW I can tell you this much, it’s a cover of our favorite Dead Artist Syndrome/Brian Healy song. And to quote Brian, he likes our version much more than his. It will be available on I-Tunes very soon. If not, bug Healy! lol
They also had this to say:
One more hint… it’s a really slow song that we amped up . . . WAY UP! It’s also Healy’s favorite song so we were a little afraid to mess with it, but we did anyway! :)
It was recorded with Dove Award winning Engineer Masaki Liu at One Way Studios where Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Moby, Switchfoot, Starship, Joe Satriani, Michael Been, and VEIL recorded Mr. Sunshine. So you know it’s gonna sound good! :)