The Black Heart Procession
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The Black Heart Procession
|Origin||San Diego, California, United States|
|Years active||1997–2013, 2016–present|
|Labels||Headhunter Records, Temporary Residence Ltd., Touch and Go Records|
|Associated acts||The Album Leaf, Cold War Kids, Modest Mouse, Rocket From The Crypt, Three Mile Pilot, Ugly Casanova|
|Members||Pall Jenkins, Tobias Nathaniel|
The band was formed in 1997 by Pall Jenkins (Mr. Tube and the Flying Objects, Pallllap, Ugly Casanova and Three Mile Pilot) and Tobias Nathaniel (Three Mile Pilot). The group is often augmented by the contributions of Matt Resovich, Mario Rubalcaba, Jason Crane, Joe Plummer, Dmitri Dziensuwski, Jimmy LaValle and Matthew Parker. Jenkins has also produced The Drowning Men.
In June 2013, San Diego City Beat revealed the band was on hiatus. Jenkins said "After years of touring and traveling and focusing on music, we decided just to kind of put an end to it for a while".
- 1, Headhunter Records (1998)
- 2, Touch and Go Records (1999)
- Three, Touch and Go Records (2000)
- Amore Del Tropico, Touch and Go Records (2002)
- The Spell, Touch and Go Records (2006)
- The Waiter Chapters 1 - 7, SDRL Records (2008)
- Six, Temporary Residence (2009)<
Singles and EPs:
- A Three Song Recording, (1997)
- Fish the Holes on Frozen Lakes, (1999)
- Between The Machines, Suicide Squeeze Records (2001)
- In the Fishtank 11 (with Solbakken), (2004)
- Hearts and Tanks, (2005)
- Blood Bunny / Black Rabbit, Temporary Residence (2010)
- Slaying since 1996, Suicide Squeeze Records (2006) – track After The Ladder
- Infamous 2: The Blue Soundtrack, Sumthing Else Music Works (2011) – track Fade Away
- Time & Space (Liz Janes covered), Asthmatic Kitty (2011) – track Martyr's Grind Up
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- Holslin, Peter. "The Black Heart Procession call it quits—for now, at least". San Diego City Beat. Archived from the original on 9 April 2015. Retrieved 4 April 2015.
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- "ARTISTS – THE BLACK HEART PROCESSION". Temporary Residence. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
- "Singles". AllMusic. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
- "Liz Janes Time & Space". Asthmatic Kitty. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
- The Black Heart Procession on Facebook
- Temporary Residence on Bandcamp
- Joe Wallace interviews Pall Jenkins for Gearwire.com regarding Black Heart Procession writing and recording techniques
- Black Heart Procession collection at the Internet Archive's live music archive
- 2 Live videos at Intimepop.com
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