Watch Mastodon, Old Man Gloom, Etc. Members Cover Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill”

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have shared a video of their host Jordan “Gwarsenio Hall” Olds covering Kate Bush‘s “Running Up That Hill“ with Emma Ruth Rundle, Bill Kelliher (Mastodon), Aaron Rieseberg (YOB), and Santos Montano (Old Man Gloom). You can check that out below:

Olds commented:

“Hello friends, we decided to release this video on schedule even though our country is in turmoil because we wanted to honor the hard work of our guest musicians and to give our fans a respite from the horrors of the fascist police state. In lieu of donating to our Patreon, we ask you to consider making a donation to the protestor bail funds for your local city (we’ve listed some of the major ones below). Please take a moment to acknowledge our many friends who cannot enjoy any kind of video right now. Black Lives Matter. Rest in power George Floyd and the many other victims of systemic oppression.

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Watch Baroness, Old Man Gloom, Etc. Members Cover Danzig’s “Snakes Of Christ”

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have shared a video of Jordan “Gwarsenio Hall” Olds covering Danzig’s “Snakes Of Christ” with Gina Gleason (Baroness), John LaMacchia (Candiria), Stella Leung (Potion), and Santos Montano (Old Man Gloom). You can check that out below:

Santos Montano On Old Man Gloom: “We Will Continue And Do Our Best To Honor Caleb”

Old Man Gloom drummer Santos Montano has issued a heartfelt statement following the tragic death of bassist/vocalist Caleb Scofield. According to him, the band “will continue and do [their] best to honor Caleb.”

Montano said the following:

“It’s been beautiful, heart warming, heart wrenching, horrible, and uplifting to see the outpouring of love coming in from all over the planet.

This has been the toughest week that many of us have ever had to live through, and without the support of all the other people who are feeling the void left by our friend, we would have been truly lost. I was held up, physically and emotionally by someone I hadn’t seen in 15 years during the memorial.

I gave hugs to people I hadn’t seen in decades, and felt true love in every single one without having to share a single word, and a few times, I didn’t, I just walked away, and it was understood that speaking wasn’t necessary. I’ve read sweet sincere words from a hundred and fifty strangers, and only one or two dudes being assholes. I watched the fund climb and climb and climb, even today, almost entirely from people who didn’t know Caleb, but truly loved him and felt they wanted to repay that love by supporting his family.

That’s incredible.

I am taking genuine comfort from how beautiful our community is. I’ve said it many times, and will continue to say it, thank you to everyone, you all have acted with love, dignity, and respect during this time. I’m so grateful.

One last thing.

In a quiet moment, in a very loud room filled with more people than I could count, Aaron and I were sitting across from one another, totally drained, zombiefied, just looking at each other. He leaned towards me, and I leaned towards him. He quietly said “Santos, do you still want to do Old Man Gloom?”

My stomach dropped, and I responded “we have to now. We don’t have a choice.” We spoke to Nate and he agreed. I don’t know what it means, or how it will manifest itself, but we will continue and do our best to honor Caleb, and that means we must exist.

I share this very private moment because I truly feel after this week you are all a part of our story so much more than I ever realized. Thank you for showing us that. We love you all.

I promise I’ll get back to being a shithead soon. I don’t know when, but eventually. Things are just different now. They’ll be different forever. That being said, I’m a shithead at my core, so you know, it’ll start creeping out soon enough.

–Santos“