New Noise Magazine is pleased to bring forth the full premiere of the cassette Number One from Logan Gaval. The beauty of this stream is it is one long cut, giving the listener 25 minutes of the entire record uninterrupted. The release is being distributed through Flesh & Bone Records. The entire release was recorded live, giving the raw emotion a really heavy weight on every song. The vocals are deep, slowly crooning over a somber guitar. Logan Gaval is a solo act from the project Greet Death. This is an incredibly intimate release where you can hear the preparation of each song and even a train horn in the background.
“My friend Ben helped me record Number One at his house in Ferndale which is a suburb of Detroit I guess. That house was right next to the railroad tracks which is why you can hear the train horn in the song ‘Tears.’ In addition to that you can hear weird radio stations playing underneath the recordings and people walking around. Everything was recorded live in one afternoon. The order of the songs is the order we recorded them in. They ended up demolishing that house recently but I think the spirit of that place lives on in these recordings. This record kinda feels like going to a funeral. Definitely a bummer.” – Logan Gaval