Greetings to you my Sisters and Brothers! It is with an enormous sense of both pride and pleasure that I’m presently able to announce that The Clan Destined “In The Big Ending…” c.d. demo recordings are now available to purchase exclusively from the merchandise page of the TCD website. This unique 6-track compact disc is the end result of over three years hard work, and the literally many thousands of hours of intense creativity that have been invested in this worthwhile project by numerous talented individuals from all over the world. As this may yet prove to be my final ever musical release, it is my heartfelt intention that this c.d. should be released in a strictly limited-edition format which will pay tribute not only to those who made it all happen, but that it may also prove to be a fitting epitaph to my own varied musical career which has to date spanned almost two decades.
Everything about this release is absolute premium quality, but I also wish to ensure that it is great value for money. I have collaborated with some highly interesting musicians on this project, so it’s my deepest desire that it should finally reach you in a package that is built to last, and therefore I’ve paid every attention to even the smallest detail. It was most expertly produced in a very short space of time by world-renowned guitar gods Andy Sneap and James Murphy, who also even play some blistering guitar solos on these exclusive TCD tracks! Andy Sneap & Martin Walkyier working together after all these years since the Sabbat days is something that should really set tongues wagging all around the worldwide Metal scene :
The artwork for this release has all been done by the awesome Irish artist Paul McCarroll, whom I know for a fact has spent at least the best part of the last twelve months making very certain that everything is absolutely 666% perfect in the visual imagery department. I have therefore chosen to release the TCD “In The Big Ending…” c.d. in an Amaray DVD box format. Not only because it truly was absolutely the optimum way to display Paul McCarroll’s most outstanding work, but also due to the fact that I reckon that these ‘indestructible’ boxes will withstand practically anything short of a nuclear explosion, not instantly dropping to bits like most conventional crappy c.d. jewel cases do after merely a moment’s use.