Alsoran's "This is my Eagle Project" was recorded in Provo, Utah in an underground dungeon during the month of May 2004. Chris [Drums] had just finished building the ultimate vocal booth in the secret dungeon. It was in this cozy little vocal booth, that Chusten slept & occasionally still dreams. Fittingly the last words sung on the album are Chris's hauntingly beautiful "I love my vocal booth."
When the recording was finished, the boys continued performing & promoting the album in their own wildly inventive style---a style that this time around included (among other things) over 5,000 marshmallows, theatrical blood, pom poms, parades, a staged wedding to their fans & a "honeymoon" tour of the western states.
After returning back to Utah, Alsoran began working on another original Rock Opera titled "HISTORY," which was an autobiographical account of the band's antics to date. The performance of the "HISTORY" show coincided with the release of Alsoran's 5 CD Lunch Box Set, which featured all 5 of Alsoran's previous official CD releases (all remixed for the occasion).
Alsoran's increasingly wild theatrical performances found their greatest innovation (so far) when in early 2005, they embarked on a new tour, with all new songs, billing themselves as "The Amazing Alsoran Acrobatic Duo & Traveling Indie Rock Puppet Show." The influence of the performance antics from this tour has been incredibly far reaching. More popular artists everywhere have begun using puppets as part of their live acts. Simply turn to MTV today and see artists ranging from Interpol to Eminem utilizing the amazing performance value of a simple puppet. It all leads back to Alsoran.
Alsoran is currently recording the songs from "The Puppet Show" tour, which they will release on the indie label Neverbreak Records in the summer of 2005. They have also begun writing songs for their first major label release, which is set to explode happiness on the world early in 2006.
Alsoran will make you happy.