Today, our chapter with Danny Brymer has ended and a new chapter begins. Danny has accepted a music professorship job out of state and has decided to leave the band to pursue his new direction. Danny, we wish you the very best of luck. You’re an incredible guitarist, and we’ll miss you a lot!
Danny is a really tough act to follow, but the great news is that our new guitarist is more than up to the task. Introducing, Eric Gutierrez:
An accomplished composer and performer of rock and classical music, Eric brings experience, versatility and serious chops to the band. He’s a beast on guitar, so watch out world!
Our live shows with Eric start this month, and in the coming months, he’ll be working with the band on writing, recording, and performing new songs.
Last week, we mentioned that “Arsonist Games” is being featured in Prog Stravaganza’s Progstravaganza 13 compilation. We’re proud to announce that Progstravaganza has also interviewed Aaron. Click on the picture below and check it out:
“Arsonist Games” was recently selected to appear in Prog Sphere’s Progstravaganza 13 compilation. This sampler is one of the most diverse representations of the current progressive rock scene. Click on the picture below and check it out:
Last year, we announced that “Arsonist Games” would be featured in the Bigfoot horror movie, “Squatch!” We’re pleased to announce that Look Now Productions has just released a teaser trailer for the movie.
In the meantime, here’s a description of the movie:
“Squatch! redefines what you’ve come to know about Bigfoot. This is a horror thriller that will leave you with chills – a dark and creepy tale of a lumber mill town in Oregon that has its normal quiet environment disrupted by the supposed sightings of a Sasquatch wandering its forests. It’s man vs. nature – who will win, or more importantly . . . who will survive? Squatch! will be released in theaters around Halloween 2013.”
Album review site, Music Web Express 3,000 (MWE3), has done a fantastic review of “Lonely Hills” and very in-depth interview with Aaron for their July 2013 issue. Click on the picture below to read the review and interview:
From now until the end of July, you can stream “Lonely Hills” album in its entirety at Prog Streaming.com. Click the picture below to be taken to the site.
Want to learn more about The Aaron Clift Experiment members and their musical guilty pleasures? Click the image below to read the ACE interview in June 2013’s issue of Music Street Journal:
Come to our 05/23/13 show at One 2 One Bar for your chance to win a free ACE t-shirt or “Lonely Hills” CD! We’ll be holding a drawing during the show, and the grand prize winner will win both, while 2 runner-ups will get their choice of a t-shirt or CD.
Everyone who attends the show will get a free 3-song EP from ACE, and as a thanks to you, we’ll autograph the EP for you!
We’ll see you there!
Last month, we mentioned that we would be featured in March’s issue of Prog Magazine. We now have an image of the page in which we’re featured!
ACE fans, we need your help:
Prog Magazine, the world’s leading progressive music mag, is featuring “Arsonist Games” on a CD compilation to be included with its March 2013 issue (available March 6).
This is a HUGE honor for us. The Aaron Clift Experiment was selected from hundreds of entrants to be featured on this compilation. But the potential for great exposure doesn’t end here:
From now until March 31, all tracks from the CD will be featured on a media player on Prog Magazine’s web site, and listeners will be asked to vote for their favorite track. The band that wins the contest will be the subject of a full-page feature in a later edition of Prog Magazine.
We need your help in getting The Aaron Clift Experiment voted as the top band!
Here’s what you can do:
- Click the picture below to vote for us in the online poll.
- Tell everyone you know and ask them to vote for The Aaron Clift Experiment on Prog Magazine’s web site.
We want to thank you in advance for continuing to support us. YOU are why we love making music, and we couldn’t have gotten this far without you.