Colin Marston

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Colin J. Marston
Colin Marston, Migration Fest 2016.jpg
Colin Marston performing with Krallice at Migration Fest, 2016
Background information
Birth nameColin James Marston
Born (1982-09-13) September 13, 1982 (age 36)
OriginPhiladelphia, United States of America
GenresTechnical death metal, black metal, avant-garde
Occupation(s)Musician, producer
InstrumentsBass guitar, guitar, Warr guitar
Years active2004-present
Associated actsBehold... The Arctopus, Byla, Dysrhythmia, Gorguts, Krallice, Indricothere, Pyramids, Infidel?/Castro!
Websitethethousandcaves.com

Colin Marston (born September 13, 1982) is an American multi-instrumentalist musician and record producer residing in New York City. He graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music technology in 2004, and runs Menegroth The Thousand Caves Recording Studios in Woodhaven, Queens while not on tour with one of a number of bands.[1] He also known for his performances in acts such as Behold... The Arctopus, Dysrhythmia, Krallice, and the reunion lineup of Gorguts. Marston has produced, mastered, and mixed music for artists such as Genghis Tron, Kayo Dot, Jarboe, Capillary Action, Origin, Panopticon, Altar of Plagues, Liturgy, Pyrrhon, and Orthrelm, as well as for his own bands.

Bands[edit]

Performance Discography[edit]

Infidel?/Castro![edit]

  • 2000: Infidelicacy (Self-released/independent)
  • 2001: Case Study In Bioentropy (Self-released/independent)
  • 2003: Infidel?/Castro! And Friendly Bears - A Split Experience (Epicene Sound Systems / Rice Control)
  • 2005: 'Bioentropic Damage Fractal (Crucial Blast)

Behold... The Arctopus[edit]

  • 2003 Arctopocalypse Now... Warmageddon Later (Epicene Sound Systems)
  • 2005: Nano-Nucleonic Cyborg Summoning (Troubleman Unlimited)
  • 2006: Split with Orthrelm (Crucial Blast)
  • 2007: Memphis 6-3-06 (s.l.a.p.)
  • 2007: Skullgrid (Black Market Activities)
  • 2012: Horrorscension (Black Market Activities)
  • 2016: Cognitive Emancipation

Byla[edit]

  • 2005: Byla (Translation Loss Records)
  • 2007: Byla + Jarboe - Viscera (Translation Loss Records)

Dysrhythmia[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • 2007: Colin Marston - 200220032004 (Self-released/independent)
  • 2007: Indricothere - Indricothere (The Sacrosanct Opuscule)
  • 2013: Indricothere - II (Self-released/independent; vinyl on Gilead Media)
  • 2013: Indricothere - XI (Self-released/independent)
  • 2015: Indricothere - Plagued (Self-released/independent)
  • 2015: Indricothere - XI. (Self-released/independent)
  • 2016: Indricothere - III. (Self-released/independent)

Krallice[edit]

  • 2008: Krallice (Profound Lore Records)
  • 2009: Dimensional Bleedthrough (Profound Lore Records)
  • 2011: Diotima (Profound Lore Records)
  • 2012: Years Past Matter (Self-released/independent; vinyl on Gilead Media)
  • 2015: Ygg huur (Self-released/independent; vinyl on Gilead Media)
  • 2016: Hyperion (EP) (Self-released/independent; vinyl on Gilead Media)
  • 2016: Prelapsarian (Self-released/independent; vinyl on Gilead Media)
  • 2017: Loüm (Self-released/independent; vinyl on Gilead Media)
  • 2017: Go Be Forgotten (Self-released/independent; vinyl on Gilead Media)
  • 2019: Wolf EP (Self-released)

Sailors With Wax Wings[edit]

  • 2010: Sailors With Wax Wings (Angel Oven Records)

Pyramids[edit]

  • 2009: Pyramids With Nadja (Hydra Head Records)
  • 2015: A Northern Meadow (Profound Lore Records)

So Is The Tongue[edit]

  • 2012: Child of Divorce (Nefarious Industries) - Warr Guitar

East of the Wall[edit]

  • 2018: Farmer's Almanac (Nefarious Industries) - Warr Guitar

Gorguts[edit]

Sabbath Assembly[edit]

  • 2014: Quaternity (Svard Records)

Encenathrakh[edit]

  • 2015: Encenathrakh (Self-released)
  • 2019: The 2 Song Promo 19 (Self-released)

Withered[edit]

M Lamar & Mivos Quartet[edit]

  • 2017: Surveillance Punishment and the Black Psyche - Guitar

Panopticon[edit]

  • 2019: The Crescendo of Dusk (Bindrune Recordings) - Additional Keys

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moore, Doug (October 6, 2014). "Q&A: Colin Marston Of Krallice/Gorguts/Dysrhythmia On The Ins & Outs Of Engineering And The Realities Of Running A Recording Studio". Stereogum. Retrieved April 4, 2019.
  2. ^ "M.C. Escher Would Appreciate the Cover of Gorguts' Colored Sands". MetalSucks. Retrieved 20 June 2013.

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