As Goldilush prepare their debut album, Fragile Zombies, for an April 30th release date, fans of the band members former projects eagerly await the result of this new endeavor. The band was founded by ex-Darkest Hour guitarist Michael “Lonestar” Carrigan, who will contribute vocals, guitar, bass, sitar and synth/programming here. Ex-The Jonbenét Guitarist/vocalist Chris Goodwin, ex-Revocation drummer Phil Dubois, former Dead To Fall drummer Timothy Java, guitarist Paul Seymore and bassist Kenny Gardner join Carrigan in Goldilush.
Three singles from Fragile Zombies are now available for consumption online as pre-orders for the complete album are available now on Goldilush.com.
Carrigan spoke of the band:
“For the past few years, I’ve been slowly and diligently working with a few friends on some new music. We bonded over our love of tunes with loud hooks, heavy distortion, & bad attitudes. While the outside world plunged further into chaos and uncertainty, we honed & harnessed that negative energy and transformed it into 14 crushingly catchy jammers. Every week we will be releasing a new song until our album-Fragile Zombies-is released on April 30. I wanna thank Kenny Gardner for all his hard work, dedication, and good vibes. You are one hell of a producer and an all around awesome dude!! You made this the most fun recording experience I’ve ever had, and IMO this is the best sounding album I’ve ever been a part of. Thank you to Timothy Java, Phil Dubois, and Doug Adams for lending their incredible drumming skills and breathing life into these songs! Chris Goodwin – Thank you for sharing the mic with me. We’ve been buds for almost 20 years, and we’re finally putting out some music together! Your knack for notes is truly a gift to the world! This first song is called ‘Rattle’. It’s about an old friend of mine. Turn it up!”
Tags: Chris Goodwin, Darkest Hour, Dead to Fall, Goldilush, Jonbenet, Kenny Gardner, Michael "Lonestar" Carrigan, Paul Seymore, Phil Dubois, Revocation, Timothy Java