Witness the Murderfilm.
Mild mannered printer by day, slasher clown by night, Calvin Lee Jones has been making music since 2002 under various names. Combining a wide variety of elements, including noise industrial, dark ambient soundscapes, experimental, trip-hop, and neoclassical, he has released seven albums to date: four as Dr. Painkilla, including a cd of elevator music covers, one collaboration with CaptainHowdy (now semi-existent) - "No Human Can Drown",
and six under the name "Or the Worms Will Get In."
Most of the song titles are vague or obscure references to various media, while others are the result of streams of conciousness or parts of conversations taken out of context.
While Calvin has experimented with brainwave synchonizers (the soundwaves are altered in such a way as to trick the brain into thinking it's asleep while the listener is awake, only works with headphones) in the past, Somnambulist, a concept album about sleep, marks the first release with all songs containing this feature.
2007 - Lividity and the Device Soundtrack
2008 - Lyssavirus V.X.-5, about a man going insane from a rabies infection, with a subplot involving zombies and graverobbers.
2010 - The Cemetary Road EP
2011 - Consecro Abortivus Inferi, based loosely on concepts in the role playing game Kult.
2012 - The Troe Nischikh Soundtrack
I've played live once, looking for opportunities to do it again.
Lab Report, Skinny Puppy, Bocksholm, Deutch Nepal, Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio, Drudkh, Darkspace, Legendary Pink Dots, Negura Bunget, Dordeduh, horror movie soundtracks.
Reason 6, Cool Edit Pro, Sound Forge 6, ReCycle 2, M-Audio Axiom 61 MK II, just got a Roland SPD-30 Bk.
Murder is like sex, only there's a winner.