“Bloodsports” Release Day

My new album “Bloodsports” is finally out TODAY, on my 34th birthday. I’m very excited about this one, I love it and it has a lot of emotional stuff. I won’t flood you with words this time, I want you to listen to the music. You can find it everywhere this time around. I’ll leave you some links.

Bandcamp https://myterminalandthetrip.bandcamp.com/album/bloodsports
Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/4cEC1BkrNgHdxXuXCwcKmo
iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/it/album/bloodsports/id1245820728?
Amazon https://www.amazon.it/dp/B071JSWQ2R/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_dp_T1_aL3pzbXX6F1Z6
Google Play https://play.google.com/store/music/album/My_Terminal_and_the_Trip_Bloodsports?id=Bvrmautbfxevnxueanw7pgttexi

…and also on Tidal, Deezer, Pandora. Everywhere!

Happy listening, and be nice!
Carlo

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10th Album Update #4 – I Hate Approaching the Finish Line

I’m horrible at this.

As I’m typing this, I should be listening to my songs to see if there’s something that needs to be changed. I will do it eventually – it’s 3:06 in the afternoon – because today it’s Mixing Deadline Day and that means that all the songs must be ready tonight so Monday and Tuesday can be used for mastering and sending “Bloodsports” to my distributor, if I want to have my music on streaming service by 13 June. Continue reading 10th Album Update #4 – I Hate Approaching the Finish Line

10th Album Update #2

I’m overdue for Easter, but… happy Easter everyone!

New update about my new album, which is going pretty good. Aw, first things first.

I do have an official title for the new album, which is BLOODSPORTS. It’s official now! The name “bloodsports” synthesises perfectly themes I talk about and describe on the lyrics, and as you might know I suck at naming songs or records. Once I get a not-suck idea, I might just stick with that.

I also created the artwork but I’m saving it for another day. It’s sooo cool!

Progression Table

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Inspirations

I like to talk about what inspire artists. I think that, as an artist, it’s important for me to always be looking around me. What happens in the world, what I can take from the world. It just make what I do more interesting and fun to do. I don’t like to do the same stuff over and over again, neither I see the point of doing everything exactly the same all the time.

When people ask me who or what inspire me, or which bands I take inspiration from, I just have a hard time to answer and usually I answer with “Life!”. That sounds a lot like a bohemienne-style answer or something philosophically hipster, but it’s just the true and I’m not trying to play the complex artist.

I do think that there are people and bands that inspire a musician. I don’t believe it when someone says that they don’t take inspiration from anyone, I don’t see that possible. At the same time I believe that inspiration stops where your mind and your creativity kick in, and that you carry along the inspiration you had when you first started making music. Continue reading Inspirations

I Changed My Mind

Yo everybody, this time around it’s been not very long. So, I’ve learnt a new lesson again and I want to share it here, because aside from being the headquarter of my project for the three or four of you who are actually interested, this place is also a sort of journal of things that I learn and things that happen in my life.

2016 was a rough year for me. Lots of things have changed. Something finished, something started, something drifted away. Questions were asked, answers came – however definitely not all of them. All in all, 2016 was the year when I finally took the contorted and uncomfortable and dangerous path of introspection. Continue reading I Changed My Mind

“Siberia”, Diaframma cover

Howdy, it’s been awhile.

Today I want to share a rare event for MTATT for two reasons. First off, it’s a cover song. I don’t record many cover songs. I think this is my 4th or 5th cover in 7 years.

However, the song is called “Siberia”. It was originally written and recorded in 1984 by the Italian band Diaframma. And, as you can imagine, it’s an Italian song which is the second rare event this song is about. My other Italian song so far is “Remota”, an original one of mine that I first released on my rookie album “Behind The Black Curtain” and then remastered last year on my collection “Stage\One”.

I made a YouTube video for “Siberia”, which you can find below.

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New Album CALEB’S CURSE is out NOW!

Hey now, so the time has finally come.

619 days after my proper latest release (that was “Fallen Down Trees”), now I have a new album. It’s called CALEB’S CURSE and it’s available now for free at my Bandcamp page. Or, if you have no time to lose, simply use the form below here to listen.

I want to talk a little bit about this album, but first things first. Continue reading New Album CALEB’S CURSE is out NOW!