They say a massacre by any name is a bad thing, they haven't heard the music by
(A)Brilliant Massacr(e) has a number of
things in common with Music Eternal in that they both have been an evolution
into something more and have been labors of love. This is a band that started
The Cut and was envisioned to be a music
venture for Sean Whitman where he could give aspects of his musical past with
some of the inspirations that he has had lurking within. This combination was a
powerful mix of music that showed some of the true genius that he has always had
within. As a solo act that was striving on its own,
(A)Brilliant Massacr(e) was missing something.
Sean brought into
his Kevorkian Death
Cycle band mate, Roger Jarvis. Through Roger he was able to further evolve
his music and bring in the strong support of
Negative Gain Productions. This leap symbolized
the death of The Cut and its rebirth into something much better,
(A)Brilliant Massacr(e). The music in the first
album Science Fiction brought forth elements that are the foundation of Synthpop
and integrated in an edge that could only be found in his contribution of
Kevorkian Death Cycle.
(A)Brilliant Massacr(e) release more music that
can match their first album? Sean has proven that he has a ton of love in music
and a devotion in showing that love in the music he creates. This is the
beginning of his dream and we feel that he will show in his future music that he
is a well of creativity that will never go dry.
(A)Brilliant Massacr(e) is one of the bands
that inspires us here at Music Eternal to do all we can to help the Music World.
We are grateful to have them in our family.