May 14, 2014
I discuss Portland as the best scene, and then Agalloch’s new album that totes took me back to the late 80’s – they have this great post-punk influence to this album. F’in A layered in the melody well into this shiznit.
Dark Matter Gods: Agalloch (Portland) (0:28-9:02)
Psychedelic Japanese, need I say more. I heard some obvious Indian influence in their instrumental stuff. They are improvisational live, so this is a show to check out, if they EVER come out to the west.
There Is No Other Place: Kikagaku Moyo (幾何学模様) (Tokyo) (10:33-13:46)
Nightfell is a 2 piece, including the awesome drumming of Tim Call from Aldebaran.
Funeral Dirge: Nightfell (Portland) (14:13-20:30)
Worst name ever, Dopelord, like what the fuck, seriously. But, they jam it out, and that I appreciate.
Green Plague: Dopelord (Poland) (21:04-28:23)
MAYBE this is an acquired taste, but so is wine and sashimi, the best 2 things on earth. Get your ass out of your head. I am confused by Connecticut though.
Piece Of Meat: Vestal Claret (Connecticut) (29:17-34:12)
I talk about why the new Serpentine Path is boring, as are most super groups.
Origin: Infestus (Germany) The Reflecting Void (34:40-40:48)
The newest caustic hardcore that has my full attention. For like, the next 2 minutes because I don’t care about anything anymore.
Swelling: Cholera (U.K) (41:00-43:27)
Terra Tenebrosa is MY band, I don’t care if you don’t know it. F you anyway.
Apokatastasis: Terra Tenebrosa (Sweden) (44:28-51:10)
This band is one of the best for epic black metal, and then I just want to die.
The Ascend: The Great Old Ones (France) (52:23-END)