Over a year ago in 2019, I started to return to my “Gothtronic” project “How Horror Movies Should Sound”. I made one album, and started three more. Meaning there were thirty more songs with one verse and a hook or no hook or no lyrics and just a beat with a hummed lead waiting for my return. I’d have finished them in the fall of 2019 if I lived in an apt with thick walls. However, for the first time in life, I’ve been living somewhere I can’t record. It’s been a personal bother since 2017 because it’s holding me back creatively, making me spend money at rehearsal studios by the hour. Anyways, in 2020 when the lockdown’s hit, I stopped giving a fuck about who I was bothering and started yelling and singing waiting for someone to pound on my walls or knock on my door. It didn’t happen (Except for once a month later for some Horn playing noise that actually was not me). “Season of the Scorpio” was not any of those albums I started in 2019. It was made from scratch during quarantine. I recorded all the music first, then I revisited lyrics to pull from and started matching up lyrics. Most required new lyrics so I started writing to the music. In fact, 8 of the songs had new lyrics, the only two I pulled from the old/unused list were “Shipping Containers” and “Planet Punching”. And obviously, Brian Wilson wrote “Love and Mercy”. “Shipping Containers” originally was recorded to a different beat and didn’t have a lyric. I guess I did have one demo from 2019 that I completed. That was the 2nd to last song recorded. The very last song recorded was “Then Came The Flies” which was originally titled something else, but like the title I changed it at the last minute”. In the end I was happy with the change. It was made in November 2020, and I’m a scorpio, so it just felt right. The next album “A Wall of Blood” will be the reworking/polishing of the 2019 demos I never released/finished.

New Album: The Severing

The Severing by Ten-Headed Skeleton

Horror: What Are You Scared Of?

Grindhouse: A term used to describe a movie that sacrifices the traditional film-making concepts such as good acting, character development, production values, creative directing and an understandable plot outline in favor for sex, gore, nudity, violence and other shocking themes.

My next film, while my comedy sequels (City Of Reptiles 1-3) are on hold is a Grindhouse film for the Arthouse snobs. Meaning it will be bloody and shocking, but it will be contrasted with creative directing. character development, and Bela Tarr inspired camerawork.
(A Turn Off Your Brain and Eat Popcorn Horror)
  • Highly Improbable Ridiculous Premise? Check
  • Blood and Gore? Check
  • Likeable Protagonist/Underdog? Check
  • Horrifying Score? Check
  • Downtown LA Shots? Check
  • Asian Representation? Check
  • COVID-19 Racism? Check
  • Unforgettable Creepy Villain? Check
  • Dumbed Down title? Check





City Of Reptiles (Conspiracy Theory Comedy – Pt 1 of a Trilogy)

Humans laugh at funny movies.
Humans laugh when you tell them you saw UFO’s in the sky.
With that said, “City Of Reptiles” has twice the power of comedy.
Will Your Friends Believe You?

city part one cover