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Salad Days Magazine | September 28, 2023

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Most Precious Blood on there own terms

Most Precious Blood on there own terms
Salad Days

Most Precious Blood on there own terms

MorseCode Recordings is a new record label based out of central NJ owned by Derek A Morse & Rachel Rosen from Most Precious Blood / Indecision / The Wage Of Sin. Rachel and I started the label to give back to a music scene that saved the both of our lives. We also produce and release movies and as well as production for music videos for various bands done under We have several releases coming out in the next couple of months. Most Precious Blood – ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ limited colored Vinyl will be out at the end of January. The May 4th Massacre – ‘All Guilty’ debut full length is coming out in February. Demos from the band can be heard at Members of May4th Massacre include the sons of Josh and Nate of Boy Sets Fire and are based out of Delaware. The long awaited Indecision Documentary DVD will be out in April. In the meantime, teasers for the documentary are posted on youtube.

We are also opening a recording studio with Chris Ross (Torchbearer / Nora) & Chris Pierce – (Doc Hopper / Deadguy) who has manned the controls for such projects as The Ergs!, East West Blast Test, Isuki and Gridlink on Hydrahead Records, the remastering of the Rorschach albums, and various other project over the last 14 years of Pierce‘s recording career. The studio will be located in Rahway, NJ and open in the next two months. We also have CD/DVD duplication capabilities that can handle any size run.
 Derek commented “owning a studio has been a dream of mine since I was young and held my first record.” Rachel also owns Caninus Collars ( in association with Caninus, the pitbull fronted grindcore band and side project of Most Precious Blood. It’s time that people who have been playing in bands in the HC scene for a long time to take control back of things here in NJ.

Derek Morse
MorseCode Productions

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