Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Trying with the labels again

Just wanted to let you know that I'm going to send out a couple of songs to different labels this week. The tracks I'm going to put on the demo are: Borders of the Mind, A New Meaning and Sometime Soon - all of which can be found on this site. Hopefully this could mean that you get to listen to the songs with a proper recording eventually. But, who knows?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good choices!

This music makes me remember why I bought a guitar. :)

Stoltz said...

Glad you approve. Hopefully people in the record companies feel the same!

Nikos said...

well, I believe that they will c what kind of talent u have. I hope so for the sake of me and the music we all love.

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Anonymous said...

Hey -
I'm an American fan and I just wanted to compliment you on Hollow's work. It's great stuff. Someday you should come to the US!
--Mike

Gonzalo said...

Hi,

I listened to Borders of the mind and A new Meaning and they are pretty good . I don't know if they are going to get any better than they are already but I hope that someone at some record company has the talent to offer you a deal.

By the way it took me more than I thought to find your site because I just had some lyrics on my mind from one of your songs and I (sadly) did't remember the name of the band or the song. I bought several years ago here in Mexico Modern Cathedral but my brother keept the record when I got married.... anyway I guess it's not easy but keep the good work because there will be always some of us hoping that you share your talent with us.

Gonzalo

Stoltz said...

To Mike and Gonzalo: Very good to hear! Right now writing music is very slow, but you're used to being patient, I guess?

Anonymous said...

Hey again -
Just wanted to wish you luck with the labels. Hollow needs to be signed!
My favorite Hollow track so far is Transcending Sorrow. I just ordered Modern Cathedral (I've had Architect of the Mind for a little over a month now). You're releasing quality metal, man - you deserve some recognition.
Take care.
--Mike

Stoltz said...

To Mike: Hope you'll like it. It's somewhat different from Architect of the Mind - a bit softer.

Allenween said...

HEEEEY
It's me again, Allen from Xalapa, Mexico!
I had only heard your music from a promo that Nuclear Blast released wrongly under the title Steel Prophet- Dark Hallucinations but I've finally managed to get both CD's!!!!!
I'm so happy because, as Helloween and Power Metal in general, you have also been a source for inspiration. I have a band called Mindkeeper where I play the bass and the vocals and I would like you to have a listen to our demo. It contains 8 songs of very varied Heavy Metal with topics of science fictions and other stuff. We're about to have a website but can I send you the demo by mail? Thanx!

Allenween said...

HEEEEY
It's me again, Allen from Xalapa, Mexico!
I had only heard your music from a promo that Nuclear Blast released wrongly under the title Steel Prophet- Dark Hallucinations but I've finally managed to get both CD's!!!!!
I'm so happy because, as Helloween and Power Metal in general, you have also been a source for inspiration. I have a band called Mindkeeper where I play the bass and the vocals and I would like you to have a listen to our demo. It contains 8 songs of very varied Heavy Metal with topics of science fictions and other stuff. We're about to have a website but can I send you the demo by mail? Thanx!

Allenween said...

Here you can check two of our songs.

Enjoy...
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=436707

Mindkeeper!

Anonymous said...

Andreas -
It's Mike again. Just wanted to let you know that I now have received Modern Cathedral and I'm digging it. Trademark, Bagatell 3, and Lies are some of my favorites thus far. Will it ever be possible for you to get a band together and do a tour? I could imagine Hollow and Insania (also from Sweden) coming over to America for a joint US run! Haha, I know it's crazy, but man it would be great. Later, man.
--Mike

Chris said...

Wow, this ist the best news I've heard in a long time! I sincerely hope that those labels are able to recognise good music! ;)
I for one would buy your new album for sure! I really like the new songs and would love to hear them recorded in a real studio :)

Keep up the good work and all the luck,

Chris