Jeremy Michael Ward

Also known as Jeremy, Jeremy Ward

Discography of Jeremy Michael Ward:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Omar Rodriguez Lopez & Jeremy Michael Ward 11 Audio 2008-06-10 Infrasonic Sound
2 Omar Rodriguez Lopez & Jeremy Michael Ward 10 Audio 2008-06-10 Willie Anderson Recordings
3 Omar Rodriguez Lopez & Jeremy Michael Ward 11 Audio 2008 Infrasonic Sound
4 Omar Rodriguez Lopez & Jeremy Michael Ward 11 Audio 2008-06-10 Rodriguez Lopez Productions
5 Omar Rodriguez Lopez & Jeremy Michael Ward 11 Audio 2008-06-10 Willie Anderson Recordings


Jeremy Ward was the sound technician, and vocal operator for The Mars Volta and for the dub outfit De Facto. He created many of the soundscapes seen on their album De-Loused in the Comatorium. He was found dead on May 25, 2003, of an apparent heroin overdose. He was 27 years old at the time, and his death came less than a month before the release of De-Loused in the Comatorium, an album he had worked on with The Mars Volta. A journal Jeremy Ward found working as a repo-man served as a source of inspiration for The Mars Volta's album Frances the Mute. He was the cousin of At the Drive-In and Sparta member, Jim Ward. (taken from Wikipedia)


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