Sunday, October 17, 2010

Fuckin' up yer halloween part 1

I pretty much hate holidays, but here's some Halloween music anyhow.

I did this last year, too.

1. Black Widow - 'Sacrifice'
A whole prog-rock album about the devil and sacrifices and all things of that nature. The songs are surprisingly good, especially 'Come to the Sabbat.' You can download this fucker right here, because I put it up in March.

2. Type O Negative - 'Bloody Kisses'
Even though Peter Steele is dead, he's still scaring new listeners with this album all the time. I think that was supposed to be funny. Anyhow, it's a classic of the 'gothic metal' genre, and an all-around good listen. Check out the video for 'Black No. 1' here.

3. C.A. Quintet - 'Trip thru Hell'
Apparently, a soundtrack for what the title would indicate. I'm not sure if I'm buying that, but there are enough goofy sound effects to at least make this a Halloween Party disc. Plus, it's psychedelic. Who doesn't like Halloween more when it's psychedelic? Download the whole thing from this fine music blog.

4. Lucifer - 'Black Mass'
This album was created by one Mort Garson as an electronic representation of what a black mass probably sounds like. This was in the early days of synthesizers (1973 or something) so it's pretty primitive-sounding, but he gets some really odd fuckin' sounds out of his Moog. If you've ever wondered why some people are really into old Moog music, check out this record. Another good 'Halloween Party' release that's not super loud or super offensive. Download it HERE if you're interested.

5. Kalaschnikov - 'The Torture Never Stops'Daffy fuckin' German metal that sounds like it was composed in three hours. Check out this post to see a little more about the Metal Enterprises record label and how they love fucking metalheads out of $15 bucks here and there. Let's put it this way: This SOUNDS like fake-Halloween-metal. Like the soundtrack to some 1990's teenage monster flick where the kids have to stop an evil spirit or some such bullshit. It's that goofy. Just look at the song titles (when you download it, that is...you're not likely to find this one anywhere but here!) and the album cover. The only positive thing I can say about this album is that you WILL have a good time listening to it.

I'll be doin' a wicked-scary Forte in a couple weeks (or is it a week? I dunno), so tune in for that.

2 comments:

iban said...

Hey there! Man you did a great post. Halloween with this kind of music will be a blast!!!! I especially like C.A.Quintet, one of my fav. bands. Can't wait to see what are you up to in part 2!

Keep the good work !

Bizarro Jerry said...

Hey, thanks for reading! Hopefully I'll be able to dig up enough good stuff for post 2.