Spylacopa is streaming a new track called “Handmade Flaws,” from their upcoming album Parallels, out March 31, 2015 via Rising Pulsehere. The band features John LaMacchia (Candiria) on guitar, with a rare appearance by Julie Christmas (ex-Made Out Of Babies, etc) on this track.
John LaMacchia of Spylacopa has posted a making of their latest music video for “Hexes,” the opening track off of their upcoming full length album Parallels, out March 31, 2015 via Rising Pulse. It was produced by LaMacchia, mixed by Ken Schalk (Candiria) and mastered by Julian Silva at On Air Mastering.
Watch it below.
The video was directed by independent video artist and film maker Steve Perlmaster. Watch it below.
Spylacopa will be releasing their forthcoming album Parallels on March 31, 2015 via Rising Pulse. The project features Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Jeff Caxide (Palms, ex-Isis), Julie Christmas (ex-Made Out Of Babies) and more.
An update was released here:
“Hey folks! It’s Been a minute but we have some great news! The new Spylacopa record, Parallels is scheduled for a late March release. We’ll get the exact date to you soon but in the mean time we just wanted to inform the masses that we received the test pressings from Pirates Press manufacturing and the test pressings sound fan-freakin-tastic!! So things are moving ahead and the record is being pressed up in some brilliantly beautiful colored vinyl configurations as I type this which makes me a little giddy inside.
The photo above [see here] is a shot of the test pressing in motion, on my home system, which is the best way for me to approve test pressings when they come in. Just your basic set up, nothing too special but it does the job. In other Spylacopa related news. Independent film maker and my good friend, Steve Perlmaster has put together a really incredible cast and crew for a short film inspired by the music of Spylacopa.
The first song off the new record, “Hexes”, will have an accompanying short film that will be released some time in the not so distant future. Here’s a shot of my bud Steve, mid shoot, kicking ass and taking names. With inspirations for this film ranging from Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction to Brothers Quay’s Crocodile Street we are sure to be entertained by this short film for certain. More on that coming soon.”