Upcoming Releases

Michael Knott (and those that work with him) are always talking about upcoming projects. This page is an attempt to capture those projects that will most likely get released at some point in the future. Please see the unreleased page for past projects that were announced or discussed, but that never saw the light of day. All details below are subject to change based on what is released.


Michael Knott – All Indie EP 2

The Hail Mary Studios page listed this as a 2015 release, but there are no other details. Some sources indicate that this will still be released at some point.


Michael Knott & Rick McDonough – Strip Cycle II

On November 13, 2019, Knott posted a video of himself and Rick McDonough recording a new song (possibly called “She’s a Winner”?) that they say will be on a new album they are working on called Strip Cycle II.


Michael Knott Vinyl Releases

Various record labels have indicated the desire to release many Knott classics, including Rocket and a Bomb, Screaming Brittle Siren, and Shaded Pain. Some, if not all, of these may soon see the light of day.


Fear Knott: The Music & Message of a Rock ‘N’ Roll Chameleon

David Di Sabatino, the producer behind Fallen Angel: The Outlaw Larry Norman and Frisbee: The Life and Death of a Hippie Preacher, has officially began working on a documentary about Michael Knott. Knott and many people that have worked with him in various bands and projects have already been interviewed for the project. No other details, themes, or release dates have been announced, but this is currently an active project that most likely will happen before too long.


Sean Patrick Doty Solo Album

Sean Patrick Doty is planning on recording and releasing a new solo album. On top of that, several people have agreed to write music and record with him, including Michael Knott. So far, the list of people collaborating with Doty includes Knott, Michael Roe (The 77s), Ric Alba (Altar Boys/Undercover), Jerry Chamberlain (Daniel Amos), Brian Healy (Dead Artist Syndrome), and Derri Daugherty (The Choir). No release date yet, as the songs still need to be recorded.


Michael Knott – Pennies for Stormie Lane

This is set to be Mike’s first piano-based album. The original plan was that Mike would record piano and vocal for an album’s worth of material dedicated to his daughter, and that the production would be completed at Jeff Elbel’s studio with other musicians. After a long hiatus, work has commenced on this album and we will probably see it released soon-ish.


Michael Knott – Losing Angel

Recorded on the 2003 Spring Tour. Information below was originally pulled from an online tour journal and then updated recently by Drew Neely. This album was initially recorded at Drew’s studio, and then overdubs were done at a studio in Toronto, Canada. Michael at times has said that Losing Angel would not be released, but recently FB posts by some of the musicians that worked on it indicate that it could be released at some point.

Michael Knott: Vocals, Guitars
Drew Neely: Guitars
Lance Ayers: Bass, Drums
Lance Ayers: Drums

Possible songs titles so far:

Sunbeam
Andy Warhol
Annie Get Your Gun
Losing Angel
Jet Girl
The Beggar
Doing Fine
Dizzy Daisy
The Controls
Sun Shine (new version)
Unwind

Older comment on “Losing Angel”

  1. Drew Neely on December 27, 2011 at 07:24 am said:

    Who knows… this album may see daylight after all….


Michael Knott – Even Star

Even Star is an upcoming solo project by Michael Knott. One song from the project has been released as a demo. According to Down the Line magazine:”Even Star will hopefully come out sometime before Christmas.” Michael explains it, “This record is a trip, it’s not super heavy, it’s kind of light as far as the mix and the tones. There are some really cool songs on it.” This album was inspired by Liv Tyler’s character in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, and as Michael relates, “It’s not like I’m really in to that kind of stuff, but I was in to her character, so I decided to do a whole record about it. It’s real interesting because it starts to change in to this spiritual thing as well, one where God is involved. It’s a whole different angle, but it’s a trippy record.”

Michael Knott: Vocals, Guitars
Brian Doidge: Bass

Possible songs titles so far:

Honeycomb


Struck Last May – 2nd album

A MySpace bulletin announced that a second Struck Last May album is in the works, and should be out by early 2009. It has since been delayed.”Struck Last May is a two-person experimental conceptually based project laid upon the foundation of guitars and samples, directed by the orchestration of emotion.” (from the Struck Last May MySpace page)

Michael Knott: Vocals, Guitars, Production/Arranging, All Around Madness
Rick McDonough: Guitars, Samples, Vocals, Engineer/Senior Scientist


Michael Knott – DVD Collection

Eden Z Films reported at one time that there may be a release of unreleased Mike Knott related videos on DVD. This collection could possibly include:

  • Highlights of Mike and Gene performing in the Northwest from ’99
  • New footage of Mike recording, painting, interviews shot during the sessions in Vancouver with the members from Careen backing him up.
  • A Super 8 Film music video around Portland of “Boxcar”

Older comment on “Michael Knott – DVD Collection”

  1. Jeff Brett on June 18, 2009 at 06:41 pm said:

    It’s about bloody time!!!!! I’ve got tons of music dvd’s except for Mike Knott! This whole media may pass him by if he doesn’t get properly represented by it soon!!!


Michael Knott – Schizophernia DVD Re-issue

Eden Z Films reported at one time that there may be a re-release of the Schizophrenia video on DVD with some bonus stuff.

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