Half Past My Sin has released their cover of Wolf Moon this week. Wolf Moon, originally performed by Type O Negative was released in 1996 on the LP October Rust via Roadrunner Records. Once again HPMS has tapped Grammy Nominated Drummer Jason Bittner (Overkill, Flotsam and Jetsam, Shadows Fall, Anthrax) to lay down the drums along with the multi talented Kevin Bias on keyboards. Wolf Moon was mixed by Grammy Nominated Engineer Mike Ferretti @ Architekt Music and mastered by Andy Van Dette @ Engine Room Audio NYC.
Type O Negative emerged onto the metal scene in the early nineties via Brooklyn NY and released such classics as Bloody Kisses, October Rust and World Coming Down. Frontman and main songwriter Peter Steele passed away in 2010 and the band dissolved, leaving a void in the music world.
Wolf Moon is the first song released from the upcoming release of Origins of the Sin, a cover album by HPMS.
"I remember putting headphones on and playing Bloody Kisses and October Rust and losing myself in the music. It took me to a different place and really helped me through some tough times.Type O is one of my favorite bands of all time and this is me tipping my hat to them and their legacy." Jason M Arigoni
In the words of Mr. Steele, "Well that's about it, that's all we have. I hope it's wasn't too disappointing, we will see you on tour, until then take it easy"
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“Jason is one of those musicians you'd be lucky to have a chance to work with. His raw talent really bleeds all over whatever he is doing, and his personality just makes him such an easy guy to collaborate with.”
— Joey Z - Life of Agony
“Working with a lot of people on co writes and production you can only hope to find people with drive and enthusiasm, Jason has that and the attitude to work until it's right. It was a pleasure working with him”
— Grammy Nominated Guitarist/Songwriter Clint Lowery - Sevendust