March 19, 2022 at approximately 2:00pm, Good God Father performed before an audience at the State Capitol in Salem, OR, in support of the defense of Liberty, in protest to the Government abuse of power, via the COVID mask mandates and lockdowns. The act’s frontman, Xwan Solo, took to the stage, beginning with a liturgical practice of worship, calling on the name of YeHoVaH, Who Was Who Is Who Shall Be, who is the One True God of the Universe, who created the heavens and the earth, both visible and invisible, to redeem, reconcile and recreate the nation of the United States of America, under the inspiration of His Holy Spirit.
On the tail end of what was, formerly, Masonic Weird/Martyred Whitmans, Age of Methuselah, was part of what was to be the next chapter in the recorded works which was captured in this performance. Yet to be released as a studio recording, the song addresses the formidable nature of witchcraft, incantations, and the casting of spells. Written by Sean Lewis Directed by Brandon Fenton Special thanks to KPSU DJs
Touched base with a childhood friend who came in to the studio with us to capture this moment. Performing a song off of the Plague EP. This song is sort of the heart and soul of where the album is coming from, in picturing an I Am Legend landscape, only instead of facing leagues of the undead, there’s only dead bodies everywhere. Phobic is the main character in the story, and he’s faced with being the last living human being on the earth, who’s trying to find the will to keep living.
After twelve days at six locations this is the last song of the last date on the eXtreme Tour 2019, August 9 at My City Youth center in Hemet, CA. Harli from the Hollybells joins for this last impromptu improvised moment of aggression. Unrehearsed pure punk rock. Video footage courtesy of Danyelle Speaks Copyright ©2019 Sean Michael David Lewis House of Mourning Media All rights reserved
When Xwan got back in to live performance, he started out with a single solo performance at Make Music Day in Salem, OR. By the time Labor Day rolled around, however, he managed to rope Yehuda McKay back in for a set at XFestNW. There was a different drummer who was scheduled to join the line up, however in his absence, Xwan managed to enlist the help of Cameron Joyce of Separating the Seas to fill in, impromptu.
One of the last performances with Martyred Whitmans before Xwan would turn toward a solo position as a performer, and one of only a few performances captured with Tyler Steele on guitar. Unholy from the The Plague EP, later to be re-released under the Good God Father moniker with the [Chronicles]((https://music.apple.com/us/artist/good-god-father/1437101851) collection. Written by Sean Lewis Directed by Joseph Stromme Special thanks to KPSU DJs Guitar, Vocals: Sean Lewis Guitar: Tyler Steele Bass, Vocals: Yehuda McKay Drums: Jesse Bearce