From the 2010 album “$” Montreal garage rocker who also plays in the King Khan & BBQ Show and the Almighty Defenders.
Mark Sultan has two new albums waiting to be released on vinyl in the US and beyond sometime in the fall on In The Red Records out of Los Angeles, California. The names of the albums are ‘Whatever I Want’ and “Whenever I Want’, respectively, with a CD release entitled ‘Whatever/Whenever’ following their heels containing 7 songs from each album, 14 of a total 26. The songs are in a similar vein that he has mined of late (and for years): early rock’n’roll, psych, avant garde, free jazz, doo wop, early r&b, garage punk, punk rock, etc… thrown in a pot and simmered over his incredible vocals. Covers of such artists as Ultravox, The Stains, The Four Lords and a couple more round out the collection. Collaborators include Choyce (Red Mass), Jared (Black Lips), Cole (Black Lips), Erin (Spits), Danny (The Gories), etc…” [Source]
‘Graveyard Eyes’ available on the ‘Whatever I Want’ LP by Mark Sultan released in October 2011 by In The Red Records. The song features Jared Swilley from Black Lips. The video was directed by Nick Benidt (VJ Bandit). “Director Nick Benidt could not have been more on-point in his adaptation of the snarling tune. I mean, what better way to highlight the deliberately gritty music than with an equally intentionally low-budget video? The thing looks like it’s been ripped right off a VHS tape in the best way possible. Sultan and guest Jared Swilley, of Black Lips, howl and wail away while you watch swirling images of demonic females, psychedelic art, and, of course, plenty of eyes. It’s wild, memorable, and totally creepy.” – Prefixmag