By September Rains. Donations go to ArtReach San Diego.


Minimum donation is $5. Any amount above $5 is tax-deductible. 100% of project proceeds go to ArtReach San Diego. September Rains will be notified of your name and donation amount.

$ (round to the dollar)
Play It Forward is a non-profit fundraising platform run completely by volunteers. We are free-to-use and rely on public donations to operate. Please consider making a supplemental donation to PIF so that we can continue to offer this service without a platform fee. Any amount given is tax-deductible.

This is usually a 3-digit code on the back of your card (for AMEX, it's the 4-digit code on the front).

By pressing "Donate now", you agree to the terms.

Vinyl medium 63a43bc319e7c7d3a5e80fcd4196c3e8957eda19d3de5c1c4557169bf034403a Small cover

Play It Forward!



  1. The Terminal Conclusion of Self-Loathing: High Queen Argat Battles Priest King Ór
  2. The System's Game Abolished: Despite Our Aspirations to Ascend The Mother Recycles All
  3. Mislead: From Defilement to Consecration

Coming atcha in an Extended Play, Vulnerability's Triumph Over Augmentation is the second installment in the Transfiguring The Divine Manifestation Trilogy. September Rains chose ArtReach San Diego to benefit by releasing this project as art requires spaces outside of competitive environments where people feel comfortable being vulnerable in their self-expression in order to create unity and divert ourselves from The Man's proclivity towards self-destruction as inner battles and identity struggles get in the way of the ultimate goal of transmuting the philosopher's stone. Up next with several instruments already tracked and preliminary mixing done is Transfiguring The Divine Manifestation III: ¿Que Es Nos Mundo Cuando Les Espirits No Vuelan o Bailan?

drums based on pre-recorded segments from Ron D. Rock and Toni Kakko

images for album covers generated with StarryAI fusing digital matte paintings and as the AI insists, portratiure; inspired by Karol Bak, Alyssa Monks, Seb McKinnon, Ismali Inceoglu, H.R. Giger, and Gustave Dore