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The best kept secret in music

Press


Caleb Storms, a solo musician who did a performance that was equal parts avent-garde poetry reading and atmospheric industrial wasteland. His David Bowie cover made up for everything else I had missed.

Jonathan Williams - Gothic Beauty Magazine


“Caleb Storms’ new album “Bloodpuddle” is a dark macabre of melodies that draws you in and leaves you wanting more. Track 3 “Lady Stardust” a David Bowie cover, is a vocal masterpiece, with its haunting lyrics and transient influence it’s destined to be a classic. Track 5 “Blind Ones” lures you into a pop frenzy that even Pat Briggs would have to admire. From synthpop beats to powerful cords it tells a tale of darkness. This experimental tribute to Caleb’s inner guardian was well worth the wait.” `Snow Elizabeth - Assimilate Media


Discography

Bloodpuddle - 2003- Self Released
1. In Vain
2. Voodoo Machine
3. Lady Stardust
4. Watching
5. Blind Ones
6. Sin
7. Things Like Me
8. Circus
9. Rant
10. Dancing Pain
11. Death

Desperate Chalice - 2004 - Self Released
1. Desperate Chalice
2. Rip Me
3. Horus
4. Child God
5. Life's Wipping Boy
6. I Am One
7. Great Sleep
8. Little Monsters
9. Sleep
10. Love That Sleeps

It Should Have Been Me - 2005 - Self Released
1. Desire
2. Screams
3. God ?
4. It Should Have Been Me
5. Voices
6. Kill Me
7. Proud
8. My God
9. A Hard Rains Gonna Fall
10. The Tao
11. Zack
12. Time to Time

Streaming on www.myspace.com/calebstorms
In Vain
Horus
Kill Me
Desire

Internet Radio Play
Horus
Dancing Pain
Watching

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Take poetry, add vocal stylings of David Bowie, plus some industrial noise, finish off with a black mass and that is Caleb Storms' music.

His music, like his other art, harkens from the thin white duke of the 70’s David Bowie to the dark wave of the nigrescent new millennium. Caleb Storms has a fresh almost symphonic touch to his music, but that doesn’t mean it stays inside the bounds of the well known. The songs are not in the least bit “normal” with mixed musical backgrounds, his vocals have that engaging end result that does nothing less than enrich and forge new directions, while still maintaining the elements necessary to invoke a dark rock atmosphere. Addressing topics of a personal, spiritual and occult nature both holy and profane, his is an exercise in spirituality and enlightenment. As a practicing occultist, talented photographer, and dedicated musician Caleb has sought to prove himself to the world and find others with whom he can share his concepts. He is not bound by genres; on some musicians you simply cannot place a restriction or limitation. They are bound to exceed them time and time again. Caleb Storms is one of these musicians.