Bloodstrike – Execution of Violence

The recording process has been completed and Bloodstrike’s second album, Execution of Violence, is set for an October 13th release on Redefining Darkness Records. The album was recorded at Firestorm Studio in Lakewood, CO, mixed by JB Van Der Wal in the Netherlands, and mastered by Sweden’s mighty Dan Swanö. It will feature 10 new tracks of old school death metal and has already been getting great advanced reviews. Visit Bloodstrike.bandcamp.com to hear  a sample track. IMG_1136.JPG

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Bloodstrike Studio Time

Ryan will be entering Firestorm Studios in Lakewood, CO this week to record drum tracks for the second Bloodstrike full-length album. Guitars, bass, and vocals should follow in quick succession. More details such as the title, mixing and mastering personnel, and release date will be forthcoming in the near future.

Hudson Music Deal!

Ryan is please to announce that he has signed a deal with Hudson Music for the digital publication of his latest book, The Complete Double Bass Drumming Explained. The physical edition is still available from Amazon.com but now you can also get an ebook version of the combined and revised edition exclusively through Hudson:

http://hudsonmusic.com/product/complete-double-bass-drumming-explained/

This deal marks Ryan’s transition from an underground self-published author to a legitimate mainstream published author. As everyone ought to know, Hudson Music is a well respected music publisher and will hopefully allow Ryan to reach new and diverse audiences.

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Top 10!

Lessons.com just ranked Ryan among the Top 10 drum teachers in Denver!

Side note: While this is an honor, in reality please contact Ryan directly for lessons and do not use silly websites like lessons.com or similar. All teachers benefits most from direct communication and these websites only give credence to unqualified instructors and cause you to pay more out of pocket to cover the middle-man.  They also encourage price-shopping or browsing (that the teacher must pay for access to!) rather than students looking for teacher quality and compatibility with their goals. They can also lead to miscommunications by having to use a strange messaging platform, go through a website appointed contact, or by setting rules that neither the teacher nor the student fully understand. Choose your teacher based on their offline reputation, actual credentials, and their ability to teach you the exact skills you are looking for. PLEASE, do not book lessons through online services. Contact teachers directly and personally for any instrument, not just drums.