Godhead has booked a headlining show at the Whisky on Saturday, November 1. The $15 tickets are available now.
They're heading out on a soon-to-be-announced tour in support of their sixth studio album, “At The Edge Of The World,” which was released today on Driven Music Group, the label owned by ex-Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch.
“At The Edge Of The World” features 13 songs and 5 bonus remixes courtesy of Assemblage 23, Sebastian Komor (Icon of Coil), Curse Mackey (Pigface, Evil Mothers), Shok (My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult) and Fat and Acid (American Head Charge). The album was recorded at the studio owned by Jason and bassist/programmer/producer Ullrich Hepperlin in North Hollywood, CA, Central Command Studios (www.centralcommandstudios.com ). That’s also where Jason has recorded voices for over 25 different anime shows. In fact, the studio's main source of business is recording the English voices for Japanese anime. He’s recorded many shows over the last 5 years. A complete list can be found on his personal website, www.jasoncmiller.net.
Jason recently contributed voices for the new expansion of World of Warcraft (out next month), and he runs an online WofW guild called “Godhead Legion in World of Warcaft” which has over 150 members. He’s guild master and he often plays against a lot of Godhead fans. Here's the site:
And just as a side-note, he’s also made appearances in various TV shows and movies, including the trailers that ran in July to promote the latest season of Lewis Black’s “Root of All Evil” show on Comedy Central. Check out this clip featuring Jason as Nosferatu:
Formed in the mid-'90s, Godhead has been steadily building their fan base and emerging as a true international rock act. Their major label debut release of “2000 Years Of Human Error” on Marilyn Manson’s Posthuman Records in January 2001, and the follow-ups “Evolver” in 2003 and “The Shadow Line” in 2006, have collectively sold well over 200,000 copies to date. After years of touring extensively with Marilyn Manson, Disturbed, Static-X, Mudvayne, Rammstein, Pigface and Saliva to name a few -- as well as performing at Ozzfest and the Reading and Leeds festivals overseas -- Godhead has scraped, clawed and carved out their own place in the rock music world.