Guitarist Jason Aaron Wood's one-man-band Ol Sonuf "Glass Idols" is an irreverent display of dark, melodic, atmospheric, Progressive Extreme Metal, with a sound ranging from classic melodic Death Metal to Black Metal to Doom metal, with easy-to-hear lyrics laced with dark mysticism, mythology, wrath, and sarcastic iconoclasm.
October 31, 2013
For Immediate Release:
"Glass Idols," the new LP from extreme metal one-man-band Jason Aaron Wood (Todesbonden) is finally here.
Full of dark atmospheric soundscapes, soaring & shredding lead guitars, crushing riffs, and the most easily understood lyrics in extreme metal, Glass Idols delivers a poignant, sarcastic, & yet sensible critique of the world we live in.
Glass Idols can be purchased directly at jasonaaronwood.bandcamp.com
"Just check out Wood’s skillfully played leads and riffs on the hellish and depressive-sounding “The Legacy Of Rome” and you will know what I am talking about when it comes of the well written music here. The 41 minutes of music on here adding up to 13 tracks of total splendor kicks ass, and I see a lot of potential for Wood to take this project somewhere." - Sarjoo Devani, Explicitly Intense
"Albums of the quality of "Glass Idols" show that one person with the right vision and application can compete at the highest level. They don't need mega budgets, they don't need session musicians, and they certainly don't need dinosaurs like Gene Simmons to tell them that rock is dead. It's only just getting fucking started." - James Scott, Arcana Noctis
released October 31, 2013
All instruments and male vocals, programming and composition by Jason Aaron Wood.
Guest female vocals by Laurie Ann Haus.on "Angel of the Spheres" and "The Will to Survive."
Mixed by Jason Aaron Wood.
Mastered by Evan Sarli of Not So Bad Studios (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Album cover art by Cihan Berk of 7 Ensigns (email@example.com).
Jason uses INTEX Cables exclusively.