Smells Like Green started in the spring of 2007 as an experimental jam band. After several recording sessions an unmarketable CD was circulated in the winter of 2007. Spring 2008 found Smells Like Green traveling in a new darker industrial/experimental/rock style direction. Several demo versions of a concept album have been written, and most had been released. The concept album in question was "Taboo;" a record about the darker side of love and sex, ranging in emotion from lust to love to jealousy, control and even hatred. With the album there was a short remix record of Bside tracks called "A Bitter Blackhole Bitch Remixes." The two albums have been pulled back for remastering and rerecording sessions. From that experience with writing, recording mixing and mastering all by myself I had moved onto a more ambitious and darker project. A manifestation of all of my inner demons called "The Suicide Machine Anthems." The recording process was yet another series of learning experiences. From it came a dual disc length mega record released to Itunes (US, Mexico, Japan, UK, European Union), Napster, Rhapsody, and Zune. Following the release of "The Suicide Machine Anthems," was yet another 12 track B-side/remix record called "Cold, Quiet and Distorted," also available on the internet. Followed by yet another full length album called "The Wanderer(s)" which represented a current state of the bands sole creator. The future holds tours and shows to promote the records as well as remastering sessions, re-releases, and all new material. Stay tuned. The Wanderer(s) by Smells Like Green...
Sex. "The Soundtrack to a panic attack." - former live guitarist 6. "The stuff that fucks with heads. A lobotomy about to be staged." - Very clever and well respected artist friend, Nat.
Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Combichrist, Retard-O-Bot, Mindless Self Indulgence, Beck, Vertigo Shock, Monir, Screaming Mechanical Brain, The Iris, Rammstein, The Genitorturers, The Smashing Pumkins, Voyeur, Various other artists. The people I've met and the experiences I've had usually wind up influencing the lyrics of these songs.