Frank Goodish ep
Musically this is pretty lovely. Even with the limited space on a 3” cdr Tanner Garza was able to slowly build drones and noise into something that sounds like it takes place over large expanses of time. It’s pretty sophisticated. There is this big sample type thing in the middle but it’s such a cinematic addition that I think it really adds to the experience.
The design on the other hand is a mess there is two separate covers basically that have nothing to do with each other. The both look cool but they absolutely do no belong together. The type treatment is really nothing but the logo is pretty interesting. It’s crazy enough that I had to look up “Frank Goodish ep” online to figure out what the project name was though. Not a big deal for someone who deals with black metal all the time but it’s worth noting. I’m posting both covers on this so you can see. I think a little visual cohesion would have gone a long way with this.
|This is the cover for the small sleeve that holds the cdr|