Some things take time. The Luck of Eden Hall is back with a new album, Subterrene. Band founders Greg Curvey and Mark Lofgren present ten interwoven acoustic/electric-infused psychedelic rock songs about love and death and medicine and space. Enjoy.
Seven years ago I went to India and had a soul wrenching experience. Upon return my Grandfather died. I decided to do something completely different, sold some of my guitars and Marshall amp, and starting practicing Martial Arts. I then got married and became a Father. My Mother, who had been living for some years in turmoil, contracted a terminal disease and stayed with my wife and I until she passed away. I am currently an instructor at the Degerberg Academy of Martial Arts (voted school of the year 2006 by Black Belt magazine), an artist for Bondy Studio (Architectural renderings), keeper of Gregorian Designs (Murals and Stenciling), composer of the theme song for Spatulatta.com (The site one a very prestigious award this year). A real jack of all trades and master of none. How can a person get anything done. Subterrene is all for you Mom.
For a while I felt like I was finished making music. It was a passing phase, something I did when I was younger. Yeah, right. Happily married for eight years, working as a freelance video editor and teaching digital video at a design college, I started writing songs again with Greg, and dare I say it, got inspired by music again. I’ve also been working on two different novels, one about a guy in a struggling rock band (don’t know how I ever came up with that one). But the new songs never lost their appeal, and two years later here they are, recorded and mixed – Subterrene.