Packing and shipping

We’re working like donkeys in these days, packing and preparing stuff for the USA.
We’ll leave Italy next week, we’re totally excited and we’re looking totally forward to meet our american friends in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Thanks to Chuck Sperry of Firehouse we’ll have a good number of events to meet lot of people in the 3 weeks we’ll stay in California.
Moreover we’ll be also playing 2 exclusive gigs with Ufomammut, the band featuring 2/3 of Malleus plus Vita. One will be on the 16th of October in LA (thanks to Mariana at Hellfire Red) and the other one on the 24th in San Francisco.
I’ll let You know more details soon. We’re also printing fantastic tees for the band, they’ll be very very cool:-)
Anyway, we’ve prepared a lot of posters for the events we’ll be attending. We’ll have the brand new Art prints (Tomorrow never knows, Watching You, Ketsueki, Dark Nouveau and the unveiled “Ombra”), some old rare posters, some new ones (like the Jesus Lizard and NIN) and some very limited edition AP (design only versions of posters, like MOGWAI on black paper, Jesus Lizard on polypropilene and more).
It’ll be rad!
And here below, please, check the video of the printing process of Ketsueki.
The music is a preview of Farwest Zombee, a side project featuring Poia and Urlo of Ufomammut and Lorenzer and Fede of Lento.
We’ve recorded the first album, it’ll be probably out at the end of 2010, let us know what You think of what You’ll hear.

America, we’ll give You all…

Thinking about Beat Generation and the streets of San Francisco

3 Responses to “Packing and shipping”

  1. OK this guy talking here , my dear friend Wally Hedrick , RIP , ran the six gallery and put on the show where Howl was first read

  2. thanks for sharing the process.

    and Farwest Zombee… sounds very promising. will fit in well with the rest of the awesome Supernatural Cat roster. looking forward to hearing more.

  3. love the track on that ketsueki video, as dean said i look forward to more of that project.

    i also noticed an awesome piece i’d never seen before on the wall beside the press.

    i’d love to see a better picture of it. it looks delicious.

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