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Colin Marston

Colin Marston is an American multi-instrumentalist musician and record producer residing in New York City. He graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music technology in 2004, and runs Menegroth The Thousand Caves Recording Studios in Woodhaven, Queens while not on tour with one of a number of bands. He is also known for his performances in acts such as Behold... The Arctopus, Dysrhythmia, Krallice, and the reunion lineup of Gorguts. Marston has produced, mastered, and mixed music for artists such as Imperial Triumphant, Genghis Tron, Kayo Dot, Jarboe, Capillary Action, Origin, Panopticon, Altar of Plagues, Liturgy, Pyrrhon, and Orthrelm, as well as for his own bands.

Born: September 13, 1982

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The term "black metal" has become a lot looser, or can include a larger range of sounds and extra-musical aesthetics, not just Satan and power chords.
I think Americans such as Leviathan have done a lot to expand the sonic palette of black metal.
As for complicating the black metal aesthetic, I don't care about that since it was never a goal of mine to lay out any particular preconceived aesthetic, let alone one of traditional black metal where pseudonyms are adopted.
I seem to enjoy making my life miserable by taking on too many projects and always wishing I could put more time into all of them. — © Colin Marston
I seem to enjoy making my life miserable by taking on too many projects and always wishing I could put more time into all of them.
I've never had a band with more than 3 people (meaning only two string players), so I love having the ability for 3-part polyphony.
None of the bands I'm in demand constant touring, so I'm able to do a bunch of things.
I always just been a fan of the music... and the aesthetic only in an abstract sense.
I think every band I'm a part of fulfills something the others don't, so I'm pretty convinced I need all of them.
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