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Wizard of Death spinoff goes 2D 

Tuesday, September 15, 2020: 

Okay, so I finally broke down and decided to go 2D for
"Wizard of Death: Story Mode" with Mutant Melvin being more involved.
The new single "5 Card Stud (Full Band Edit)" comes out today along with
another live-action remake of the music video (using stock footage).
I'm still doing live shows on Twitch so long as
weather (or My day job) permits.

Too Busy Writing Songs 

Tuesday, August 25, 2020: 

It's 5 days before Mutant Melvin's fictional and canonical birthday (He'd 40 this year). 

I'm already 2 songs in to writing a potential 4th studio album
which I'm taking a break from for awhile also,
I put "Wizard of Death: Story Mode" on hiatus
until I decide what to do with it.
On the live side of things, I'm still streaming.

No Show until My single drops 

Wednesday, July 15, 2020:

Much like last year, due to the intense heat,  
I've decided to take some time off.
Only this time, from streaming. At least until My next 
 single "Wizard of Death (Full Band Edit)"  comes out. 

Hopefully, that's a shorter wait for You guys. 

I'm still working on "Wizard of Death: Story Mode"
whenever I find the time.
The new streaming schedule might still be the same
unless something picks up at My day job.
(Where the real money is made)

Back on the (Virtual) Stage 

Monday, June 15, 2020: 

"Finally…After a Year and a Half… The Ulshman… Has Come Back… to Livestreaming."
Yes - You just read that cheap impression of '90's Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson correctly. 

After December 2018's disastrous "Technological Violence: Redemption" livestream
(which was in response to another equally as bad one, mind You),
I've finally got a computer that's capable of livestreaming and not crashing.
The aptly titled "Bill Ulsh Livestream" starts TODAY between the hours of 3:00 P.M. and 7:00 P.M. 

Now, for those of You wondering "but, wait… what about 'Wizard of Death: Story Mode'?"
You needn't worry because I'm still working on that as a side project.

Also, I just got done last week with the live action remake to the music video
for My cover of Sheryl Crow's "All I Wanna Do".

THAT'S A WRAP! (for part 1, at least) 

Tuesday, June 18, 2019: 

I'm finally done with the vocal tracks and ready to
move onto post-production for the "Classic Edition" 
(the vocal tracks, mainly) which I can then
copy over to the "Full Band Edit". 

All I have to do after that is record the Synth and Bass tracks
(Actual Guitar using an effects pedal). 

I'm  also ready to move onto the next phase of pre production
for the music video to "Wizard of Death (Full Band Edit)" 

Cant believe I'm almost done, except for filming the music videos.

Blackberry Monologues is available now! 

Wednesday, February 13, 2019:  

I'd just released My documentary "The Blackberry Monologues",
which is available now on YouTube as well as Vimeo.
In other news I might finally get around to recording that concept album
I've been talking about for awhile now and with it, some performance videos
in support of said album Now that I no longer stream due to
My computer not being able to handle it.
(and maybe even some remakes of old music videos)
Speaking of which, I'm seriously considering doing
a follow-up documentary about My attempts at doing so.

I May Be a "Streamer No More" but... 

Tuesday, January 15, 2019: 

I plan on doing performance videos in place of that.
(Similar to when I 1st started out on YouTube)
The 3rd and final trailer for "The Blackberry Monologues" drops Today.
In other news, I've ditched the "All Synth Remix" part of The concept album
and split "The Full Band Edit" and "Classic Edition" in 2 again.
I'm currently in the process of writing bass tabs for F.B.E. at the moment.
I know this came a little late but, I had some super important IRL stuff to
deal with during My time off away from the music and switching back to
this was no easy task, either but, I'm back doing what I know.

Blackberry Monologues is FINISHED! 

Monday, December 10, 2018: 

 I'd just finished  post-production for "The Blackberry Monologues", 
I can officially call it a day on this and move on to the remix album
that I've been hyping up for over a year, now. 

Which I begin work on tomorrow. Yup I'm hittin' the studio finally for
the 1st time since February of this Year given that My time is now
freed up because In livestream news, My old microphone broke on Me during
My last show so, I had to get a new one and Later that night, I decided - "
No changing setlists, This show's getting' a web redemption" and thus the
upcoming livestream has been changed from "Technological Violence
Reimagined"
to the aptly named "Technological Violence Redemption" 
however I've decided to give up live streaming because it turns out that the
computer I'm currently running on just can't handle it. So No more streams
until I can afford a new laptop that can handle such a high task.

The Lights are Back! 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018: 

I know I said I'd do away with them and "Think less rock concert, more jam session" but,
that was during the warmer months and I feel it's kind of appropriate since We've now
reached the "Wizard of Death" portion of the "Reimagined" series.
In other news, "the BlackBerry Monologues" is now over halfway done  with post-production,
and  it has a release date. February 13, 2019 with the 1st trailer set to drop sometime this month.
Also, in "Trilogy" news, I have now merged the "Full Band Edit" and The Classic Edition.
It was a long time coming. I knew it would happen eventually.

Blackberry Monologues moves onto Production 

Wednesday, September 12, 2018: 


I've just recently finished up pre-production 
on My documentary "The Blackberry Monologues", 
So now I hit the studio for voice-over work 
and begin filming My parts to be added in later during editing. 
I wrote the script in March and finished in May 
where I began pre-production. Editing in the subtitles for the 
actual "monologuing" parts of "The Blackberry Monologues". 
which took Me from May until late August to complete. 
The livestreams and IRL stuff outside of My music also 
played a pretty big part in that as I'm separating My time 
between the shows and the making of this documentary. 
(Plus I'd really like to get to this remix album pretty soon.)

I'd also like to mention that so far, I think these are some of the best
livestreams since each respective  albums initial run but, We'll have
to wait until the "Judgment Years" portion of the "Reimagined" series
to see if such a statement can live up to that claim.