Tue, 20 October 2015
Behind my Vocals: From the soundtrack of "Cub" by Steve Moore (2015 Belgian horror)
Highlight of Cult Leader is the vocals. Melancholy wretched aggressive metal, with some death rock in the mix.
A Good Life: Cult Leader (SLC)(0:28-5:15)
American black metal: muddied black metal with sludge and epic. This band is highly talented, and brings in a lot of atmosphere. They are best when blistering.
Pale Ghosts: Panopticon (Kentucky)(6:45-14:49)
Christian Mistress lead singer is the shit. And then the band is just kickaass. So why haven’t you listened to this album yet? Classic heavy metal, awesome riffs.
Ultimate Freedom: Christian Mistress (Olympia)(15:23-21:34)
I absolutely love this new bluesy, heavy 70’s-retro psychedelic album.
Burning Wreath: Fuzz (SF)(22:13-26:31)
Make out to a vampire listening to Grift.
Undergörare: Grift (Sweden)(27:41-32:12)
Bassist from Graveyard has this new poppy wonderful garage album.
Blizzard: Truls Mörck (Sweden)(32:44-35:47)
Don’t underestimate Old Man Lizard as a southern swamp sludge band. They really know how to jam it out, and great melody to boot.
King Clone: Old Man Lizard (UK)(36:22-42:01)
Converge/Unsane’s project Pigs’ second album is disjointed noise fun. This song is sung by guest singer from Made Out of Babies.
Bug Boy: Pigs (Brooklyn)(42:31-45:14)
Dark atmosphere and prog from depressed Massachusetts band.
The Oath: Protolith (MA)(46:28-51:56)
OLD, and I mean OLD school heavy metal from a band more than 36 years old.
Farewell Evolution: Satan (UK)(52:28-57:00)
Top-notch industrial and post-punk elements from Killing Joke – who have been around for 37 years. This is their 16th album.
I Am The Virus: Killing Joke (UK)(57:59-END)