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Intro (0-0:27)

Viols: Gauchiste (DC) (0:28-4:33)

 

(Gauchiste is horror ambient with this awesome brutal underlying metal sound going on, a trio, one musician from Loincloth; Argentina’s Cabrocordero is frigging AWESOME, low bass gritty dirty trash metal)  

 

Anitcha: Cabrocordero (Argentina) (5:27-8:34)

 

(Mike Scheidt from YOB will be playing solo at Roadburn in a couple of weeks; new solo album out on June 12th on Thrill Jockey; Hog is SO GOOD and has members from Tooth)

 

Sightless & Deaf: Hog (North Carolina) (9:10-14:36)

 

(Finnish band Horse Latitudes have new album –they two bass guitars and drums)

 

dissolution: Horse Latitudes (Finland) (14:57-22:16)

 

(Greenleaf from Small Stone Records is Dozer and Truckfighters spin-off with a brand new album; catchy rock, king of jamming)

 

Jack Staff: Greenleaf (Sweden) (23:18-27:24)

 

(I love Small Stone Records but the new Ancestor album SUCKS; Asteroid out with a new album soon;  Philadelphia has a great scene including the next 2 awesome bands: Hivelords and Sadgiqucea (Sah-ju-kay-sha) which is a 2 piece band)

 

upon arrival at the grim structure: Hivelords (Philadelphia) (28:24-35:52)

Nature's Antidote: SADGIQACEA (Philadelphia) (35:54-41:51)

 

(Japanese Sigh is old school black metal but more experimental now and has an AWESOME new album)

 

The Transfiguration Fear: Sigh (Japan) (42:12-46:58)

 

(TeePee records rules: Elks and Kadavar:

Elks album “Destined for the Sun” described by the band in the following way: “peaceful inhabitants of a planet colonized by an expanding empire.  Tricked during first contact, the natives find themselves aboard a golden space hulk hurtling towards the nearest sun. Without food or water they are forced to eat the flesh of their kin while the heat from the approaching sun slowly cooks them alive. Eventually their screams reach out across the stars to awaken a slumbering Rift Wurm, which knocks them off course. Their ship crash lands on an inhabitable planet, and the unlucky survivors begin to rebuild their society with one goal in mind: Revenge.”)

 

The Transfiguration Fear: Elks (Brooklyn) (48:17-53:00)

 

(TeePee’s Kadavar is frigging awesome, especially if you are a fan of Graveyard/70’s revitalists stuff – they are NOT the Italian death metal band, spelled exactly the same)

 

Black sun: Kadavar (Berlin) (53:33-end)

 

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Category:Radio Show: She Likes It Heavy -- posted at: 7:30pm PST