She Likes It Heavy on Tuesdays, 7pm PST on bostonfreeradio.com, prajmetal@gmail.com

0:25-3:40
BUCKSHOT FACELIFT (NY)
What Does Fergus Dream Of?
— Buckshot Facelift has members of Artificial Brain. The lead singer is the best. Just an incredibly medley of genres in this huge album.

4:55-8:24
IGORRR (France)
Houmous
— A carnival of weirdo French brains created this true avant-garde album.

8:51-14:36
THE SUMMONED (MA)
Fractal Patterns
— Futuristic unexpected angular prog breaks into crushing.

15:05-18:41
CLAN OF XYMOX (Netherlands)
Set You Free
— Legendary synthwave Clan of Xymox releases a stunningly nostalgic goth album.

19:16-27:44
AMERICAN (VA)
Amorous and Subdued
— Barbaric black metal with drum machines and suffocating vocals immersed in noise.

28:30-32:14
DROUGHT YEAR (NC)
Black Bile
— Sludge, atmospheric, industrial and deathrock mixed deliciously. This is their sophomore album; their first album made it to my “Best Of” list.

32:40-39:02
NJIQAHDDA (IL/CO)
The Divine Paradox
— I love bands that are anonymous, I don’t know why. And I’m not talking about Ghost, who I think suck.

39:37-43:25
MAGGOT HEART (Sweden)
Razorhead
— Gorgeous Linnea Olsson used to be in Beastmilk/Grave Pleasures!! So you know she’s fucking awesome. She now fronts her own alternative band.  And it rules.

44:18-50:55
FELLWARDEN (UK)
Sun of Ending
— Spinoff of Fen has that lush post-metal Fen sound with cold vocals.

51:14-54:16
DISCRÖYD (Germany)
Defenders Of The Realm
— German thrash for a drunk summer night.

54:36-END
POSEIDON (UK)
Chainbreaker
— Sonic doom from a band that loves YOB.

Behind My Vocals:
Circuit 7; Libido Blume; Pale TV; Second Glance; Aroma di Amore; Motorama; Ding An Sich; 2 Seconds Late; She Past Away; Scoria

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This show is dedicated to the 1980’s.  Dance away, my friends. 

0:25-5:03
SKINNY PUPPY (1987)
Deep Down Trauma Hounds
— When I was 13, I had nothing but my bedroom, my boombox and cds. Ogre was the emperor and harlequin romance hero of my pathetic little world. He is a godless god.

5:03-7:12
THE CURE (1980)
Plastic Passion
— I know everyone thinks the Cure is brilliant, but it hits full realization live.

7:13-12:30
MY LIFE WITH THE THRILL KILL KULT (1988)
And This Is What The Devil Does
— I cannot explain the level of devil worship that started after listening to this band.

12:31-18:12
YAZOO (1982)
Situation (Remix)
— The best women have great laughs. The incomparable Alison Moyet’s laugh is used in many songs, including the Macarena. Ridiculous. She is so fucking hot.
http://www.backofthecerealbox.com/2010/10/she-laughs-again.html

18:13-21:53
BAUHAUS (1981)
The Passion of Lovers
— I feel like Peter Murphy and David Bowie making out was probably the hottest thing ever. They had to have made out, right?

21:53-25:58
DEPECHE MODE (1983)
Everything Counts
— How fucking hard is it to pick a DM song out of their billion brilliant albums? Shitfaced hard. My fave album is the ever-moody Black Celebration. Stripped breaks me, to this day.

26:07-29:17
CHRISTIAN DEATH (1982)
Romeo's Distress
— I solely made out with a boy in college who professed his love for the seminal album ‘Only Theatre of Pain’. He was the worst kisser, ever. It was that wide-mouth never-ending tongue-kiss. His name was Jerry.

29:18-33:08
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN (1985)
Bring on the Dancing Horses
— Ian McCulloch’s voice isn’t sexy, it’s beautiful. It cuts deep and blows delicious bubbles into your withered heart.

33:09-38:43
MINISTRY (1986)
We Believe
— The evolution of Ministry is an incredible one to hear. ‘With Sympathy’ is basically AWESOME pop wave. A few years later they released ‘The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste’ which is a flawless mix of metal and industrial. It’s difficult to believe the same band created all these different sounds, outside of the immense talent. ‘Twitch’ is their first jaunt into a harder industrial sound, and it is magnificent.

38:44-41:48
GENE LOVES JEZEBEL (1986)
Desire (Come and Get It)
— The poster of dyed-red-haired vixen Jay Aston hung above my bed. They were my first concert without parents: 14-years-old at the Glenn Miller Ballroom in Boulder.

41:49-45:35
SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES (1988)
Ornaments Of Gold
— Every viciously cool girl I know worships Siouxsie.

46:06-50:59
NEW ORDER (1985)
Sub-Culture
— New Order was birthed from the bloody remains of Joy Division, and we all praise be to earthly cycles that create such phenomenon.

50:59-54:34
THE SMITHS (1984)
This Night Has Opened My Eyes
— It’s weird when people judge Morrissey on the level of emotion in his music. All he wants is for us to laugh and cry into our pillows, and it’s magnificent to feel so deep.

54:34-END
THE SISTERS OF MERCY (1987)
Lucretia My Reflection
— I end with the epitome of majestic and lush, Andrew’s vocals are sexy as fuck. One of the best albums of all time. I have a dance routine to every one of these songs.

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0:25-2:40
PHOBIA (SoCal)
Damaged
— 90’s band Phobia reunites some of the original members to create political grindcore hating on Trump.  Trump is so awesomely inspirational.

3:44-11:28
ELDER (MA)
Sonntag
— 4th album from Elder creates expansive dreamy structure with kraut, psychedelic, keyboard, piano and excellent vocals

11:48-13:18
CONCRETE WALLS (SF)
Three And-A-Half Years
— Attitude from the bay area with thrash, hardcore, huge drumming and brutal vocals.

13:37-18:30
WODE (UK)
Celestial Dagger
— Because we need the UK version of black metal.

18:53-20:18
HEATHEN BEAST (India)
My note has GPS
— Hells yeah aggressive seething political grindcore from my hizz-hooooouse.

20:48-24:50
APPALLING (VA)
Secret of the Adept
— Appalling weaves in surprising and dynamic and catchy moments in their Richmond, Virginia filth.

25:25-29:22
VÖLUR (Toronto)
Breaker Of Famine (III. Emaciated Ghosts)
— Folk-tinged doom and melancholy violins. Different parts split into different songs create a large album.

29:39-33:56
NECROT (Oakland)
Empty Hands
— Oakland headbanging, what else could we ever want from life.

34:22-41:15
GRAVETEMPLE (NY)
A Szarka (The Magpie)
— 2nd album from Gravetemple after 8 years. It is a creepy drone broken up by drumming and electronic, growling and chants.

41:45-46:17
UNAUSSPRECHLICHEN KULTEN (Chile)
Sabbatical Offering
— 20-year-old Unaussprechlichen Kulten are inspired by hot witchy women. Aren’t we all.

47:08-52:32
WITCHTHROAT SERPENT (France)
Striped Dragon
— French magical meditative fuzzy stoner.

53:05-END
VANITAS (Ohio)
Altum dolorem
— Despair and doom? Why the hell not. Something needs to match our moods.

Behind My Vocals:
Zounds, QEK Junior, Obscurity Age, Magic de Spell, Metro Decay, Exit 13, The Reporters, Aimless Device, 1000 ohm, Libido Blume, The Chameleons

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