Man life comes at you fast, I remember in high school I would head down to Best Buy or Circuit City every Tuesday to buy some of the new releases. Just realized I haven't purchased a CD in 8 years and even if I did I would literally have nothing to play them on.
RIP CDs you were an amazing upgrade from the cassette.
Disillusioned is probably my favorite rock song in the last couple of years. I haven’t had a song that kept me going back to it over and over in a long time. Well done Maynard! Can’t wait for the whole thing.
I’m team APC > Tool so I’m excited we are getting that first. My boss is the biggest Tool fan but doesn’t like APC, which is....weird. So I’ve been mocking him about it.
Sounds like they may be back once again.
January 24 at 1:50pm ·
I've been pretty tight-lipped about this, but for the past several weeks I've been checked into residential treatment for major depression, anxiety, and obsessive/suicidal thoughts.
Since the dissolution of Miss Fortune, I have not been in a good place mentally and have spent months in an uphill battle for my own clarity and soundness of mind. I lost my purpose.
As many people know, I haven't had a strong family presence in my life since I was 15 or 16 years old. I don't hear from my mother, see my siblings and I've isolated myself for years.
I've been through a lot of things in my short time on Earth that have left me feeling alienated, disillusioned and broken.
I'm proud to tell you today that I've broken the chains that have shackled me down for so long. I've forgiven myself for the mistakes I've made and only embrace what's beneficial to me. I'm learning to be my own best friend and live independently for the first time in 25 years. I didn't have a good upbringing or a solid launch into adulthood, I've lived on couches going on 10 years now and I finally realized that I DESERVE to be happy and productive. Nobody deserves to wake up miserable and angry every single day of their life.
From here on out, I'm doing right by myself and those around me. Depression doesn't just damage yourself, but everyone you surround yourself with. I know how scary it is to admit you need help and the stigma that comes with mental illness, but ANYONE can benefit from having people to have your back, listen and support you on your journey to happiness. I did this for me.
With that being said, I'm singing for Miss Fortune because it's the only thing that makes me.....me.
We have a new single being mixed and mastered right now.
Stay tuned, and if you need help, ask for it.
Mental Health & Wellness Hotline: 1‑877‑726‑4727