I think it's time for a proper bio. No more rants and money laundering schemes Basically the history is as follows: We all move to New Paltz.
class="bbcode_artist">Eric Ayottestarts solo project, write tons of catchy tunes, providing drums AND guitar for the recording of his album, of which I forget the name of, but it had some intense packaging and some transparent material attached to it. Following the release of this self released release, ahem, Eric realized that it would be near impossible for him to succeed in pulling off a one man band.
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One piece to 4 piece to 3 piece to occasional 4 piece, Halo Fauna has changed a lot over the years. With the recent release of "Durak", they have cemented their sound in, well, cement. I suck at writing.
Although it took forever to record, we finally did it. yay. Should have been much easier considering two of the people live with the IYMI equipment 24/7. This is off our latest release, Durak, on Plan-it-X. I now understand how awkward this whole project is.