Tamaghna Banerjee and You by Marty McCahill
Marty McCahill April 24 at 9:50pm
hmm… how do i know you?
Tamaghna Banerjee April 25 at 3:58am
I am the drummer of a metal band , CHRONIC XORN from India
We are releasing our debut album in May this year under Six Inch Nails records. It would be nice if you can help us in any way with distribution and booking agents :))
Marty McCahill April 26 at 7:14am
ok… i’m just curious how you heard about me? or, what is it you think I can actually do for you?
Tamaghna Banerjee April 26 at 12:48pm
From India its actually hard to get a global exposure…you can listen to our tracks on our myspace page ::
will appreciate your feedback :))
any kind of help regarding distribution of our up coming album, or promotion of the band out there, or helping out with some booking agents getting few gigs would be the best thing :))
MySpace Music profile for Chronic Xorn. Download Chronic Xorn Metal / / music singles, watch music videos, listen to free streaming mp3s, & read Chronic Xorn’s blog.
Marty McCahill April 26 at 2:57pm
I don’t think I can help you with global exposure or anything… but I might be able to help you see that global exposure isn’t something you need. I’m sure you are seen as a rockstar already in some person’s eye. Shouldn’t that be enough? I learned at a young age that fame will only leave you empty and void of feeling. I heard this wisdom before I had to experience it myself.
The thing about me is that, I have to learn things the hard way.
I made a pact with myself to try and experience every human emotion possible so as a way to teach others what emotions they should seek and those that they should stay away from.
When you perform your music or just perform by being yourself and somebody excepts you and cherishes you for that, that’s all you need. Just one person.
These days I only play shows for small crowds and under a different name. I’ll wear a hat or disguise. I still play my own material but I’ll play the songs different every time so I can separate myself from the monster rock god that I once created. That was the old me, now, this is the new me: Marty McCahill. Small time, big mind, happy with just making one person smile. And, if I’m lucky it won’t just be a fleeting thought… but something that they’ll think about for the rest of their lives.
I wish you luck on your musical journey. Don’t let the road consume you if you choose to venture out. Remember that most people are vultures and your only defense will be a good sense of what is truly important.
sincerely, Marty McCahill
PS: If you do plan to exploit the sexual nature of rock and roll I pray that you take better precautions than I have. Once again, keep in mind what is truly important.