Monday, May 2, 2011

Fortes, Society's Faults, Anal Cunt Interview, and Bizarro Jerry's Alternate Universe Radio Program #1

Well, my Podcast pages are updated so they have all the shows up to the ones mentioned in my last post, but there are a few new ones which aren't up yet.

Namely, I went back to the Obscuro! format for one three-hour Forte block. I played lots of classics from the Obscuro! days, and also lots of new stuff I've been saving up but didn't have anywhere to play it. That'll be up for download soon, and here's the playlist for now:

Bizarro Jerry's Alternate Universe Radio Program #1:

Charlie Tweddle - Four Empty Bottles

Dimthings - Anti-Computer Dealings
Stan Hubbs - Joe and Gina
Stan Hubbs - The Best Man for Some Jobs is a Woman
Stan Hubbs - Young Saint Augustine
Swilson - Electric Aborigine
Marlin Wallace - Abominable Snow Creature
Caroliner - 20' Tall Stacked Skeleton Growling Fat Broke
Mark Tucker - 1964 Cadillac
Father Pat Berkery - Celibacy
Wicked Witch - Erratic Behaviour
MC Trachiotomy - S.S. ssumpin' sseet
Full Dimensional - Tadpoles in the Bongwater
Alex Chilton - Jingo Bells (Riding through the Reich)
The Trees Community - The Parable of the Mustard Seed
The Everyday Film - The Everyday Film
Sensational - Chunky Buds
Divine Styler - Livery
Divine Styler - Mystic Sheep Drink Electric Tea
New Kingdom - Infested
New Kingdom - Suspended in Air
Orko the Sykotik Alien - Mouth of Madness
Sylvia Hallett - Woman with Dustpan and Broom
The Sun Also Rises - Death
Tennessee Madonna and the Full Life All Stars - Oh Yeah Oh Yeah Oh Yeah
Eddy Detroit - Beelzebub
Sandoz - Apple Core Machine
Nun-Plus - Walk About the Craters of the Moon
The Nykels - The Teenager
Circuit Rider - Forever Angels Proud
Little Howlin' Wolf - E.T. Blues
Megatrip - Megatrip Outro
Brain Sound - Track #02

Yup, tons of weirdness for ya. Jake did Society's Fault alone last week because I couldn't find a parking spot, so here's the playlist for that:

Proto-punk:
Stooges - We Will Fall
Syd Barrett - Gigolo Aunt
The Who - Cousin Kevin
Syd Barrett - Baby Lemonade
Syd Barrett - Effervescing Elephant
Skip Spence - Broken Hope
Skip Spence - All Come to Meet Her
T. Rex - Jeepster
Iggy Pop - Turn Blue
Iggy Pop - Neighborhood Threat
Blue Cheer - Out of Focus

Punk:
Wipers - Over the Edge
Wipers - Doom Town
Wipers - So Young
Wipers - Messenger
Wipers - Romeo

Post-punk:
Gang of Four - Return the Gift
The Smiths - Big Mouth Strikes Again
The Clash - Overpowered by Funk
The Sound - I Can't Escape Myself
Echo and the Bunnymen - It's Alright

...he left early to see the Pixies, so it's a shortened program. Oh well.

Here's Society's Fault's playlist for this past Friday:

Proto-punk:
The Tubes - Up from the Deep
The Kinks - Last of the Steam Powered Trains
Blue Cheer - Come and Get it
Velvet Underground - Ocean
Syd Barrett - Terrapin
Skip Spence - Weighted Down (The Prison Song)
Arthur Brown - Time
Iggy Pop - The Passenger
Road - Spaceship Earth

Punk:
Green Day - I Want to Be Alone
Germs - Not All Right
Social Distortion - All the Answers
GG Allin - Snakeman's Dance
Melvins - Boris
Dead Kennedys - Chicken Farm
Embrace - No More Pain

Post-punk:
Tilt - Libel
Wipers - Land of the Lost
Jawbreaker - Ashtray Monument
Swervedriver - Son of Mustang Ford
Heiner Goebbels/Heiner Muller - Wild Speculations
Pansy Division - Fem in a Black Leather Jacket
The Bevis Frond - Close
Jane's Addiction - Up the Beach
The Flying Lizards - Summertime Blues
Jim Shepard - Quotients and Numbers

...Jake left early AGAIN, so that last bit of post-punk is all me. Dunno what we're doing next week.

...and last, but certainly not least, here is Forte from this past Friday night, featuring a brief interview with Josh Martin and Seth Putnam from Anal Cunt. I filled out most of the show with AxCx tracks and tracks by bands they like. If you don't know who these guys are, that's your loss. They've provided me with countless hours of humor and headbanging since early high school, and I own all their records, so obviously it was really cool to sit down and chat with them. Really nice guys, too (surprisingly).

Once again, the podcasts are not up, but I will make note on this page as soon as the interview is up. It should be on the 'WIDR INTERVIEWS' podcast page in its unedited form sometime soon. I had to do a ton of 'bleeps' to be able to play it on the air. But, here's the playlist for now anyhow:

Iron Maiden - The Ides of March
Iron Maiden - Wrathchild
Anal Cunt - Interview
Anal Cunt - Loudest Stereo
Anal Cunt - I Wish My Dealer was Open
Anal Cunt - Crankin' My Band's Demo on a Box at the Beach
Anal Cunt - Side B of the 'Unplugged' EP
Black Sabbath - Behind the Wall of Sleep
Anal Cunt - Radio Hit
Anal Cunt - Unbelievable
Anal Cunt - Even More Songs
Anal Cunt - I Don't Wanna Dance
Anal Cunt - Guy Lombardo
Anal Cunt - Pottery's Gay
Anal Cunt - You Play on a Softball Team
Anal Cunt - We Just Disagree
Anal Cunt - Windchimes are Gay
Anal Cunt - Hootie and the Blowfish
Anal Cunt - 311 Sucks
Judas Priest - Jawbreaker
Eyehategod - Kill Your Boss
Anal Cunt - I'm Not that Kind of Boy
Anal Cunt - Theme from 'Three's Company'
Anal Cunt - Big Pants, Bigger Loser
Anal Cunt - Your Family is Dumb
Anal Cunt - I Got Athlete's Foot Showering at Mike's
Damien Storm - Realms of Destiny (Edit)
Damien Storm - Behind the Curtain
Pantera (ft. Seth Putnam) - War Nerve
Anal Cunt - Hitler was a Sensitive Man
Anal Cunt - Rancid Sucks (And the Clash Sucked Too)
Anal Cunt - I Intentionally Ran Over Your Dog
Anal Cunt - Being Ignorant is Awesome
Anal Cunt - Flower Shop Guy
Anal Cunt - American Woman
Anal Cunt - Some More Hits
Anal Cunt - 'Stealing Seth's Ideas,' the New Book by Jon Chang
Anal Cunt - Pepe, the Gay Waiter
Anal Cunt - Stayin' Alive (Oi! Version)
Anal Cunt - Art Fag
Napalm Death - Mentally Murdered
Eyehategod - Left to Starve
Hellhammer - Buried and Forgotten
Altar of Plagues - Feather and Bone
Anata - Disobedience Pays
Cathedral - Ride
Primus - Too Many Puppies
Type O Negative - Christian Woman/Body of Christ
Carbonized - Succubus
Napalm Death - Blind to the Truth
Creeping - Crawling Into Hell
Rottest Slag - Opium Smokers
Argus - Wolves of Dusk
The God Machine - Ego
Leukemia - Wandering
Eyehategod - Zero Nowhere
Pestilence - Commandments


...wow, lots and lots of typing. Alright, I'm done, check ya later.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Society's Fault Episode 30-something and Forte 22, plus Sykotik Sinfoney's album 'Eargasm'

Wow, so I kinda stopped posting here for about a month....I'm just posting this past week's radio programs because there were a lotta half-assed ones in-between. You can check out the Society's Fault and Forte podcast pages to hear them all, but I don't feel like typing out all those playlists. Actually, on closer inspection, it looks like the podcasts haven't been updated in a while. They'll be up eventually, though.

For now, here's the SF playlist. Add'l material provided by Coma Nova's new drummer, Jacob:
Proto-punk:
Pink Fairies - Street Urchin

Peter Hammill - Red Shift

Destroy All Monsters - These Boots are Made for Walking

Faust - Picnic on a Frozen River (Deuxieme Tableux)

Todd Rundgren - Piss Aaron

Dick Dale - Death of a Gremmie

The Kinks - Nobody Gives

Big Star - In the Street


Punk:
Fang - I've Got the Disease
The Dicks - Shit Fool

Circle Jerks - Put a Little Love in Your Heart

Wipers - Over the Edge

Husker Du - Beyond the Threshold

Husker Du - Pride

Husker Du - I'll Never Forget You

Husker Du - The Biggest Lie

Husker Du - What's Going On

Husker Du - Masochism World

Husker Du - Standing by the Sea

The Replacements - Somethin' to Du


Post-punk:
Alice Donut - Lisa's Father (Waka Baby)

The Dismemberment Plan - Girl O'Clock

Screaming Trees - Don't Look Down

The Frogs - Homos

Sonic Youth - Titanium Expose

The Cure - Icing Sugar

This Heat - S.P.Q.R.

Jandek - Corner of the Street

The Raincoats - The Void

Sunny Day Real Estate - Friday


Allllllright, on to Forte. I had lots of new stuff built up for this week, including a brand new release by legendary doom-metallers Pentagram. This album is special because it's the reunion of the guitarist and the vocalist or something. I dunno. Pentagram changes members like most people change underwear. I just know this is the most rockingest shit I've heard these fellas do in a long time. Some of this album rivals mid-80's stuff even. It doesn't come close to the 60's and 70's demos, but what does? Anyhow, the album is called 'Last Rites' and I would strongly advise you to pick it up.

Playlist:
Moonreich - En Marche Sur Nos Terres
Death Axe - Night of the Slayers

Pentagram - Walk in the Blue Light

Pentagram - Call the Man

Pentagram - Death in the 1st Person

Pentagram - Treat Me Right

Pentagram - Be Forewarned
(request)
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
(request)
Ezophagothomia - Instinct of Inhuman Devourment

Sieges Even - Apocalyptic Disposition

Abigor - Satan's Galaxy

Leatherwolf - Bad Moon Rising

Shining - 21st Century Schizoid Man

Shining - Fisheye

Voodoo Mule - Lettuce Storm

God Macabre - Ashes of Mourning Life

Sigh - Dies Irae/The Master Malice

Brotherhood of Sleep - Into Our Sea of Melting Dreams

What's He Building in There? - Avian Taxi

Drohm - Beyond the Grace of God

Om - Flight of the Eagle

Kampfar - Blitzwitch

S.O.D. - Freddy Krueger

Beelzeb - Mislaid in the Weird Labyrinth of Mirrors

Iron Maiden - Phantom of the Opera
(request)
Sepultura - Ratamahatta

Botch - Swimming the Channel Vs. Driving the Chunnel

Deep Purple - Highway Star (Live)


...and lastly, I've finally got another download for y'all.
It's not very often that I find an album that's a) really cool and b) so goddamn obscure that I can't even find it. So, to start off, I was watching a b-grade science fiction film called 'Bad Channels' (it's a Full Moon pictures...more on this in the weeks to come, because I'm hopefully going to write an article comparing Full Moon with Troma Studios). The plot largely involves music, and there were a couple of what I would call music videos throughout the movie. One of these was by the rather unfortunately-named group Sykotik Sinfoney. Okay, so anybody in their right mind would probably see this band name and not even give them the time of day. But, in this case, I saw/heard them before reading the credits and finding out who they were.

I figured it would be something easy to go download, but surprisingly, there is very little info on these guys online. They were 'ahead of their time,' according to their own crappy homepage, and they have recently released a compilation of all their recordings called 'Eargasm,' which I am bringing to you now. Apparently they didn't have any proper releases in their heyday (the early '90's) aside from the 'Bad Channels' soundtrack.

So then. On to the music. The first thing I thought, upon seeing these guys decked out in goofy costumes and playing a combo of thrash, funk, circus and hair metal, was that they were a poor man's Mr. Bungle. The lyrics are often laughably bad, and the tempo/time changes are executed kinda clumsily, but goddamn, these guys actually write some pretty good tunes. Plus, if I'm not mistaken, these recordings are mostly from the late 80's/1990, and Mr. Bungle's first proper LP wasn't released until '91 or '92. Sooooo, either these fellas were big on local Eureka, CA bands, or they just happened to be influenced by the same groups that influenced Bungle (Oingo Boingo is a definite point of reference, as is early Chili Peppers, Frank Zappa, Slayer, GWAR, Devo, Funkadelic and Pantera). Whatever the case, this compilation is definitely worth a spin, and there was an alt-metal group called D.M.T. on the 'Bad Channels' soundtrack that was pretty decent, too. No luck finding their album, however.

Sykotik Sinfoney - Eargasm

Tracklist:

1. Mr. Cool
2. Posers
3. Gardeners from Hell
4. Ignorance
5. Maggots with Guns
6. Sex Sells
7. Life
8. Cake Fuck
9. Brain Dead
10. Stupid
11. Daddy Long Legs
12. Manic Depresso (I'm So Happy)
13. Little Ol' Lady Polka
14. Gumby

NOTE: The tracklisting on my upload is all screwed up cuz it's the only download I could find. It's pretty easy to figure out which song is which by what they say in the chorus, but the titles/order/etc. are completely wrong. Oh well, it's the music that counts.

DOWNLOAD

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Forte 21, WIDR Week

Only one Forte post because I had a Coma Nova gig last Friday. Lots of talking, just like the Society's Fault podcast, because of WIDR Week. Forte raised 210 dollars! How cool is that?! Thanks, metalheads, you guys rule!

Get dem podcastz.

Playlist:

Benighted - Unborn Infected Children
Mercy - Welcome to My Graveyard
Horse Latitudes - Necrophilia
Shrum - Tears of a Marionette
Shrum - Technodrone
Worship - Keep on Selling Cocaine to Angels
Death - Misanthrope (request)
Orthrelm - Untitled #11
Possessed - Satan's Curse
Orthrelm - OV
Slayer - Dissident Aggressor (request)
Gay Witch Abortion - Stain on the Floor
Danzig - Her Black Wings
Abscess - When Witches Burn
Demented Retarded - Puma Swede
Faith No More - Surprise! You're Dead!
Drunk Motherfuckers - Ain't Give No Shit About Sobers
Asschapel - Suffer the Destroyer
Vomit Orchestra - Black
Psilocybe Larvae - Sleepwalkers
Wombatt - Glass Skeleton
Morbit - Devastated Eyesockets
Icecross - Jesus Freaks
Vediog Svaor - Curled Up Stars
Dillinger Escape Plan - 43% Burnt (request)
Rotten Sound - Addict (new from Relapse)

Ha...I forgot that I played a 40-minute track by Orthrelm that sounds like a CD skipping. I got $5 from a donor to turn it off and play Slayer instead.

Society's Fault - Episode 34 (WIDR Week) and the all-girl-rock special episode

Woops. Stopped paying attention to this thing for a while. Oh well. Here's the last two Society's Fault podcasts and playlists for ya. As the title would indicate, last week's was a special edition featuring all groups with female members (usually as the lead vocalist, but sometimes not.) The week before was WIDR Week, so less music and more talking/begging for money. We were kind of funny, though. Get the podcasts.

Episode 34 playlist:

Proto-punk:
Simply Saucer - Illegal Bodies
John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band - Well Well Well
Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band - Why
Charles Manson - Swamp Girl
Pink Floyd - Remember a Day

Punk:
Angst - One Life
The Urinals - Black Hole
The Urinals - Ack Ack Ack Ack
The Urinals - Last Days of Man on Earth
Lemonheads - Uhhh
Black Flag - I'm a Machine
Half Japanese - Shy Around Girls
Angry Samoans - Unhinged
Fear - We Destroy the Family

Post-punk:
Fuckemos - Pedophile
Sebadoh - Gimme Indie Rock
Nomeansno - Forget Your Life
Yell-O-Yell - Froggy
Loop - Black Sun
Rapeman - Steak and Black Onions
Ween - The Stallion (Pt. 3) (request)
Pain Teens - You Only Live Twice

All-girl-rock special edition:

X - The Unheard Music
The Shaggs - My Pal Foot Foot
Pixies - Gigantic
My Bloody Valentine - Off Your Face
Runaways - American Nights
Babes in Toyland - Right Now
Sugarcubes - Motorcrash
Os Mutantes - Bat Macumba
Melt-Banana - P-Pop-Slop (request)
Melt-Banana - Type B for Me (request)
Melt-Banana - Buzzer #P (request)
Sonic Youth - Tunic (Song for Karen)
Cub - Box of Hair
Melvins - Hooch
Velvet Underground - Femme Fatale (live)
Fastbacks - 3 Boxes
Bikini Kill - Suck My Left One
Rosa Yemen - Herpes Simplex
Virgin Insanity - Livin' Lives
Coma Nova - Beagles
The Slits - I Heard it Through the Grapevine
Lazy - Stella Drye
The Muffs - Lucky Guy
The Breeders - Don't Call Home
The Rezillos - Flying Saucer Attack
Young Marble Giants - Wurlitzer Jukebox
Low - Violence
Pixies - I've Been Waiting for You
Erica Pomerance - Burn Baby Burn

...obviously we went out of order section-wise for this show. Next week will be a normal show probably. See ya.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Forte 20, featuring Epitaph's EP 'These Rotten Remains'

Couldn't find much info on these guys...apparently they're from Illinois. The EP is kind of like what a thrash metal album played by Jesus Lizard or Shellac might sound like. Odd, jerky rhythms, buzzsaw guitars, and a singer who really doesn't sound like a thrash vocalist at all. I dunno. I thought it was kinda neat, and it was only a 4-song EP, so I played the whole thing. Also of note was the fact that I got a shit-ton of requests in the last half of the show.

podcast.

playlist:

Lugubrum - Attractive to the Flies
Candlemass - Gothic Stone
Starkweather - Bustuari
Freak Kitchen - Taste My Fist
Brutal Truth - Choice of a New Generation
Malevolent Creation - Multiple Stab Wounds
Gower - The Shores of Bloodshed

Epitaph - 'These Rotten Remains' EP
Immortality Not
Deaf to Reason
Systematic Repression
Cycle of Law

Electric Wizard - Behemoth
Znowhite - Baptised by Fire
Lurker of Chalice - Granite
Running Wild - Adrian (request)
Grief - I Hate You
Solefald - Buy My Sperm
Symphony of Grief - Wars of Vengeance
Manilla Road - Necropolis (request)
Saint Vitus - The War Starter (request)
Vorak - Dies Irae I: Kruel and Glorious
Onslaught - Onslaught (Power from Hell) (request)
Vindicator - Dead in the Water
Sodom - Blasphemer (request)
Morbid Saint - Beyond the Gates of Hell (request)
Metallica - The Four Horsemen (request)
Sepultura - We Who are Not as Others (request)
Burzum - Glemselens Elv (request)
Darkthrone - A Blaze in the Northern Sky (request)
Death - Secret Face (request)
Dragged into Sunlight - Boiled Angel

....see? What did I tell you? That's a ridiculous amount of requests.

Society's Fault - Jake solo set

I didn't make it to the show this week, so here's what Jake played without me:

podcast.

playlist:

Proto-punk:
Blue Cheer - Summertime Blues
Blue Cheer - Out of Focus
Blue Cheer - Parchment Farm
Tom Waits - Postcard from a Hooker
T. Rex - Metal Guru
T. Rex - Mystic Lady
T. Rex - Rock On
T. Rex - Baby Boomerang
The Kinks - I Need You
The Who - Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand
John Cale - Child's Christmas in Wales
Syd Barrett - Wined and Dined

Punk:
Bad Brains - Joshua's Song
Bad Brains - Banned in DC
Bad Brains - How Low can a Punk Get?
Bad Brains - Big Takeover
Black Flag - Gimme Gimme Gimme
Husker Du - Something I Learned Today
Husker Du - Broken Home, Broken Heart
Jawbreaker - Outpatient
Iggy Pop - Neighborhood Threat
Iggy Pop - Fall in Love with Me
Ramones - Do You Wanna Dance
Hanson Brothers - My Girlfriend is a Robot
Angry Samoans - Different World
Angry Samoans - Electrocution
Angry Samoans - It's Raining Today

Post-punk:
Adam and the Ants - Car Trouble (Parts 1 and 2)
Jesus and Mary Chain - Dark Lands
Rollins Band - Love Song
Rollins Band - Turned Inside Out
Dinosaur Jr - Crumble

...no requests apparently, but that's probably just 'cos I wasn't there.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Forte 19

Kind of a half-assed show...I mean, obviously, what with the Earth 2 and all. But, it might be fun to listen to, who knows?


Playlist:

Earth - Like Gold and Faceted Part 2
Mystifier - The Dark Ringdom (I.F.A.R.)
Morbid Angel - Lord of All Fevers and Plague
DeathMask - Walk Alone
Iron Maiden - Charlotte the Harlot
Decaying Citadel - And that is Eternity
Pentagram - The Deist
Organium - Invoke
Fallen Christ - Command Me Satan
Beherit - I  don't remember what song I played by them...
Sodom - Enchanted Land
Eyehategod - Dopesick Jam
Gorelust - Anthropophagist
Odyssey - Shake the Disease
Autopsy Torment - Consumed Christ
Lullaby - In the Name of the Devil
Repulsion - Radiation Sickness
Quill - Lodestar
Jabladav - Consumed
Forbidden - Overthrow
Type O Negative - Prelude to Agony
Esoteric - Bereft
Switch - All You Do is Bitch
Ganzmord - Punishment Made Flesh
Thought Industry - Smirk the Godblender (request)
Tormentor - Apocalypse
Voivod - Into My Hypercube
Hallow's Eve - Lethal Tendencies

Whatever. Next week's show'll be way better.

Society's Fault - Episode 33

...it's been a while since we just mixed things up randomly, so that's what we did this week. Lots of records from the WIDR library because neither of us prepared for the show, either.


Playlist:

Nihilist Spasm Band - Destroy the Nations
The Nerves - Hanging on the Telephone
Bitch Magnet - Joyless Street
Guided by Voices - Hot Freaks
Charles Manson - Big Iron Door
Meat Puppets - The Whistling Song
Michael Yonkers Band - Microminiature Love
Bauhaus - Silent Hedges
Fugazi - Steady Diet
the electric eels - Cyclotron (Giganto)
The Kinks - Brainwashed (Live)
Folk Implosion - Pole Position
Nomeansno - Body Bag
New Model Army - Christian Militia
Muchacha - Gold Star for Robot Boy
Lou Reed - Satellite of Love
8 Eyed Spy - Run through the Jungle
Wire - Start to Move
The Nerves - Hanging on the Telephone (request)
Parasites of the Western World - Accessories
Posies - Solar Sister
Alice Donut - Joan of Arc
Germs - Forming (Version 2)
Scratch Acid - Mary Had a Little Drug Problem
JFA - I Feel Good (request)
The Cramps - Garbage Man (request)
Cherubs - Dave of the Moon
The Thrown Ups - You Lost it
King Missile (Dog Fly Religion) - The Bunny Song
Wipers - Telepathic Love
Hubble Bubble - New Promotion (request)

That's it...sorry for the delay on this one. Was a lil busy this week. Forte up in a minute.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Forte 18, featuring Burzum's album 'Fallen'

If you've continued listening to Forte since I took over as host, odds are you like (or at least don't mind) Burzum. To me, Burzum isn't just one of the most innovative and original metal bands of the past couple decades, but they're one of the only groups in modern music that I find consistently enjoyable. This record doesn't come out in Norway til next week, and doesn't even reach America until April, so you might as well check out my podcast and hear the shit while you can.

That being said, here's my take on 'Fallen':

While 2010's 'Belus' was pretty subdued (for Burzum) and featured more emphasis on melody and intricate guitar parts than any other release, 'Fallen' sounds like Varg is getting angry again. The recording reminds me of older Burzum releases (pre-'Filosofem') where the idea was to do shit as lo-fi as possible. Maybe that's just the bad rip I have, but this sounds like a much 'dirtier' record to me. That being said, Varg has also continued to use his 'real' singing voice--something which first appeared on 'Belus.' Before that, it was all black metal screams and the occasional quiet talking part. There are full-on HARMONIES on this record. What the hell? There are also fewer 'ambient' pieces than on the last couple Burzum releases, which is fine by me. I like the stuff, but I pretty much just use it to fall asleep. I don't care about any of the murder or jail shit anymore, this guy is a great musician and he continues to prove it with each release.

Playlist:

Door into Emptiness - Ruh
Drainland - Jellyfish

Burzum - 'Fallen'
Fra Verdenstreet
Jeg Faller
Valen
Vanvidd
Enhver til Sitt
Budstikken
Til Hel og tilbake igjen

Enoch - Space Wizard
Cruel Force - Necromansy
Forgotten Spell - Into Sulphuric Vortex of Abyss Cult
Chaosophia - Schizophrenia
Grayceon - Shellmounds
Black Sabbath - N.I.B.
Euphoria - (Unknown Title)
Ives - Lost in the Pleasures of Moonlight
Malicious Onslaught - Blademade
Sky Shadow Obelisk - Dead Star Valley
Evoken - Descend the Lifeless Womb
Purtenance - A Dark Cloud Arises
The Lord Weird Slough Feg - Bi-Polar Disorder
Slaughter House - Gettin' Away with Murder
Fudge Tunnel - Good Kicking
Dying Sun - We All Dissolve
Coffinworm - Start Saving for Your Funeral
Acid Bath - Bleed Me an Ocean
Satan - Oppression (Live)

Enjoy Bizarro Jerry's bootlegging while you can!

Society's Fault - I was sick, Jake was sicker

...so we're not counting this as an 'official' episode, because it's just me and not him. Still, I dug out some good shit (I think) so the show's probably worth hearing. I played the last side of the Minutemen's double-LP 'Double Nickels on the Dime' because I just recently bought it and have always thought the last side gets the least play.

Anyhow, podcast.

Playlist:

Proto-punk:
Hawkwind - Down through the Night
The Flamin' Groovies - She Said Yeah
Les Yper-Sound - Psyche Rock
Pink Fairies - Street Urchin
The Shaggs - What Should I Do?
The Seeds - It's a Hard Life
The Church Mice - College Psychology on Love
The Nerves - Hanging on the Telephone
Can - (My) Connection
Third World War - Rat Crawl

Punk:
Minutemen - 'Double Nickels on the Dime' - Side 4 (Chaff Side)
Untitled Song for Latin America
Jesus and Tequila
June 16th
Storm in My House
Martin's Story
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Dr. Wu
Little Man with a Gun in His Hand
The World According to Nouns
Love Dance
Three Car Jam

Vagrants - No Way Back
Lookouts - Outside
Surrogate Brains - Extreme Racial Pride
Simpletones - I Have a Date
Social Distortion - All the Answers

Post-punk:
Butthole Surfers - Too Parter (request)
Butthole Surfers - The O-Men (request)
Mission of Burma - Dead Pool
Stretchheads - 23 Skinner (request)
Meat Puppets - Other Kinds of Love
The Dead C - Scarey Nest
Afflicted Man - Get Stoned EZY

I'm STILL sick (or sick again, I guess) so don't expect anything beyond playlists this week. I'm tired and angry as fuck.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Forte 17, featuring Dead Horse's album 'Peaceful Death and Pretty Flowers'

You remember these guys, right? I hope so. I've played them countless times on Obscuro, and periodically during my tenure as Forte's host as well. Now you get to hear the whole goddamn album.

Dead Horse was formed in the late 80's by Michael Haaga and his friends in Houston, TX. Maybe it's just the Texas connection, but to me these guys sound like if the Butthole Surfers started a thrash metal band. Weird interludes, bizarre humor, musical left-turns, and lots more stuff that doesn't really fit into the 'thrash' genre. They only cut two full lengths (two EP's also) and it was really hard to pick which one to play. The first one, 'Horsecore' is a little more thrash (and a little funnier) but it also has a lot more cursing, so it was just easier to play 'Peaceful Death.' Aside from the Horse, I played lots of 'classic' metal cuts to suit the early-90's mood of the album.

If you remember, I posted this album as a download a while back. There's also some info in that post about what lead man Michael Haaga is up to these days.

Anyhow, here's the podcast,

...and the playlist:

Sleep - Dragonaut
Cianide - Funeral
Witchrist - Shrine of Skulls
Fear Factory - Lifeblind
Atheist - Brains
Atheist - I Deny
Mercyful Fate - Curse of the Pharaohs
Ankrismah - Crawling Mist

Dead Horse - 'Peaceful Death and Pretty Flowers'
Cod Piece Face
Turn
La La Song
Like Asrielle
The Latent Stage
Peaceful Death
Eulogy
Snowdogs
The Lark Nest
Medulla Oblongata
Aplo
Rock Lobster
Sawbone

Saint Vitus - Look Behind You
Atrox - Lizard Dance
Neurosis - Blisters
Eyehategod - Sister Fucker, Pt. 1
Carcass - Crepitating Bowel Erosion
Mayhem - Buried by Time and Dust
Voivod - Helldriver
Brujeria - Sacrificio
Brujeria - Matando Gueros
Brujeria - Grenudos Locos
Moss - Gate III: Devils from the Outer Dark, Pt. III: Exitus Templum
Drakar - Tunelem Zpatky
Crowbar - Self-Inflicted
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Johnny Kick a Hole in the Sky
Cathedral - A Funeral Request
Shrapnel - Hellgrinder
Exemption - Blood Heaven

I'm thinking I might put a little more effort into this week's show...the past few have been kind of haphazardly-produced. Sorry 'bout that. Jerry's busy...Obscuro megashow still coming soon.

Society's Fault - Episode 32

We had quite a bit of fun this past Friday on the show. First off, we played nothing but Michigan proto-punk. There's lots of it. Then, we played post-punk bands covering other post-punk bands for the last section of the show. Plus, we pretended that I was a dad and Jake was a son and we were arguing about punk rock. Good times.

Download our shit homie.

Playlist:

Proto-punk:
Sproton Layer - Bush Tidal Wave
MC5 - Rocket Reducer No. 62 (Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa)
Death - Where do We Go from Here?
SRC - Black Sheep
Stooges - Fun House
Destroy All Monsters - Sheep Faced Monster
The Frost - Baby Once You Got it
Question Mark and the Mysterians - '8' Teen

Punk:
Black Flag - No Values
Pere Ubu - Street Waves
Angry Samoans - Lights Out (request)
Circle Jerks - Beverly Hills (request)
JFA - World Full of Peace (request)
Big Balls and the Great White Idiot - Damned, Damned Life
Descendents - My Dad Sucks
Dead Kennedys - Jock-O-Rama
Wayne County and the Electric Chairs - Things Your Mother Never Told You
Buzzcocks - Promises
Gorilla Biscuits - Forgotten
Black Randy and the Metrosquad - Marlon Brando
Bad Brains - Coptic Times

Post-punk:
Wire - I Am the Fly
My Bloody Valentine - Map Ref. 41 Degrees N, 93 Degrees W (Wire cover)
Lard - Can God Fill Teeth? (request)
The Cure - Throw Your Foot
Dinosaur Jr - Just Like Heaven (Cure cover)
Joy Division - Something Must Break
Swans - Love will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division cover)
Jesus and Mary Chain - Taste the Floor
Pixies - Head On (Jesus and Mary Chain cover)
Vaselines - Monsterpussy
Nirvana - Son of a Gun (Vaselines cover)

Now how's THAT for a fuckin' show?

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Forte 16...including an on-air reading of a letter demanding Forte be pulled from WIDR

So, I got a letter in my mailbox at the WIDR offices...apparently it dates back to 1999 (probably during former host Aaron's tenure) and concerns a very religious, very angry man who wanted Forte pulled from the airwaves for being 'university-funded Satanism.' It's pretty funny. I'll probably post a written version of it up here in a day or so. For now, check it out in this week's podcast.

Totally Satanic Playlist:

Groover - Hop Ride
Groover - Sharp Dressed Man
El Hijo de la Aurora - Portal a Venus
Disinter - The Wrath is Unleashed
Paragon Belial - Necromancer
Meanstreak - Snake Pit
Noisear - Inoperative (New from Relapse)
Noisear - The Alternative is... (New from Relapse)
Funeral Circle - Homunculus
Death - A Moment of Clarity (New from Relapse)
Thrash Queen - Chasing the Dragon (request)
Heather Leather - Child Molester (request)
Jane's Addiction - Ocean Size
Jane's Addiction - Three Days
Esoteric - The Noise of Depression
Neurosis - The Doorway (request)
Deicide - Empowered by Blasphemy
Gojira - Toxic Garbage Island (request)
Wolfmangler - Blue Hotel
Ghost Tower - Sacrifice
XII Boar - Sludge
Abysmal Dawn - Perpetual Dormancy (New from Relapse)
Colosseum - Prosperity
Spirit Caravan - Fang
Depress - Monotone Response
Silent Death - Undesirable Demise
Rotten Sound - Targets (New from Relapse)
Predator - Hawk Mistress
Onslaught - the Sound of Violence
Royal Thunder - Sleeping Witch (New from Relapse)
Inner Strength - Red Room
Biohazard - Down for Life

Indeed. I had not heard this Esoteric group from the UK before doing the program this week, and that stuff is badass. It's really creepy and slow, both things I like. Expect to hear more of them on the program. Also, Obscuro mega-blowout-3-hour-special is STILL coming soon. Give it a couple more weeks, probably.

Society's Fault - Episode 31

More punk rock history for your enjoyment. This time around we played about half of 'Not So Quiet on the Western Front,' one of the earliest hardcore compilations. Seemed like the listeners enjoyed it, although goddamn there are some shitty songs on that album. It's like everybody and their dad cut a hardcore single, and they all somehow ended up on one LP. Whatever.

Get the podcast anyways.

Playlist:

Proto-punk:
electric eels - Wreck and Roll
Moha Jamin - Raks Raks Raks
T. Rex - Telegram Sam
Rob Jo Star Band - Blood Flower
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Paralyzed
The Neon Boys - Don't Die
The Studebaker Bro's - Lie'n in the Grave
Doctors of Madness - Noises of the Evening
The Who - Hall of the Mountain King

Punk:
(Not So Quiet section)
Intensified Chaos - Intensified Chaos
Social Unrest - Their Mistakes
Fang - Fun with Acid
Capitol Punishment - El Salvador
Ribsy - Collapse
Crucifix - Annihilation
Square Cools - I Don't Wanna Die for My Country
Los Olvidados - Pay Salvation
The Honor Code - What Price Will You Pay?

Subhumans - No (request)
Unaware - Race Riot
Zero Boys - Amphetamine Addiction
Cardiacs - The Obvious Identity
Replacements - Within Your Reach
The Damned - I Fall
Dead Boys - Ain't Nothin' to Do

Post-punk:
Rocket from the Crypt - French Guy
Pain Teens - The Basement
Hoover - Distant
Skin Yard - Skins in My Closet
Jane's Addiction - Slow Diver (Demo)
Dead Milkmen - The Thing that Only Eats Hippies
Blurt - My Mother was a Friend of an Enemy of the People
Suicidal Tendencies - I Saw Your Mommy
Primus - Harold on the Rocks

I think we were especially funny this week...you be the judge.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

I know you guys will dig this one...

Check it out...Armand Schaubroeck's rare 'live' album (it's fake). As far as I can tell, the only albums of his that are on the internet right now are 'Ratfucker' and 'A Lot of People Would Like to See Armand Schaubroeck...DEAD.' It's just as fucked as you'd think it is, and now it can be YOURS!

For those that don't know, Armand is a proto-punk musician from NY who got arrested for B and E at a young age and then proceeded to write a whole bunch of angry albums about it between 74 and 79. His records are peppered with foul language that's pretty unusual for the time, because Armand didn't need music at all to make money. He's much more well-known as the owner of House of Guitars, a very strange music shop in NY.

Anyhow...

Armand Schaubroeck Steals - Live at the Holiday Inn

Tracklist:

1. Elmira Bound
2. Ex-Con
3. I Wish to See Color
4. Streetwalker
5. Goddamn You
6. King of the Streets

DOWNLOAD

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Forte 15...I was sick and had no idea what I was doing, so sorry if the show sucked.

Here's your Forte podcast for last week. No podcast this week cuz Coma Nova had a gig and I had to skip out.

And the playlist. Look out, cuz a special edition of Obscuro! is coming soon...

Sleep - Sonic Titan
Deliverance - Killing for Jesus
Abhoth - The Tide
Burzum - Erblicket die Tochter des Firmaments
Parabellum - Engendro 666
Extreme - Get the Funk Out (request)
Melvins - If I Had an Exorcism
Gomorha - Yog Sothoth (Lord of Temptation)
Anaal Nathrakh - The Lucifer Effect
Black Sabbath - Hand of Doom
Scaffold - Dungeon
Pan-thy-Monium - The Battle of Geeheeb

Dad-metal set:
Blue Cheer - Parchment Farm (request)
Pentagram - Forever My Queen
Hawkwind - Lost Johnnie
Electric Wizard - Venus in Furs
Deep Purple - Pictures of Home

Disguster - Solve
Blood Feast - Suicidal Mission
Funcunt - Kitarat
Brainstorm - Leave the Dead Alone
King Diamond - At the Graves
Abhorer - Abandonment of Chastity
Gobblehoof - Where's the Fire?
Dusk Chapel - Quasireality
Voivod - Brain Scan
Blaspheme - Au Nom Des Morts
Faith No More - From Out of Nowhere

alllllllllright, see ya.

Society's Fault - Episodes 29 and 30

...oops, sorry for the lapse in posting. I've been sicker than fuck for like two weeks now. So, here's the unposted Society's Fault podcast from last week, and the one from yesterday. Get them both here.

We've been trying to play stuff that we haven't played before, instead of just playing every Wipers and Cure song we can find. So, you'll hear stuff like The Raincoats and The Germs and some real underground, Obscuro-type stuff in our proto-punk section.

Here's 29's playlist:

Proto-punk:
Armand Schaubroeck - The Lady's a Traitor
Armand Schaubroeck Steals - Buried Alive
Mirrors - You Me Love
The Phantom - Love Me
The Mops - I Am Just a Mops
Jerry Rayson - My New York Woman
Sonics - Psycho
3/3 - (Title in Japanese)
The Rabble - The Crushing Hand of Mother

Punk:
The Germs - Strange Notes
The Germs - Our Way
Dag Nasty - La Penita
Suicidal Tendencies - I Shot the Devil
Nomeansno - Dad
Operation Ivy - Gonna Find You
Dicks - Fake Bands
Nirvana - Mexican Seafood
Circle Jerks - World Up My Ass
Circle Jerks - Red Tape
Poison Idea - Pure Hate
7 Seconds - Satyagraha
Descendents - Silly Girl
Minor Threat - Guilty of Being White
The Toy Dolls - Worse Things Happen at Sea
Minutemen - The Roar of the Masses Could Be Farts
Screeching Weasel - I Wanna Be Naked

Post-punk:
Greg Sage - Astro Cloud
Sonic Youth - Bull in the Heather (request)
Dictators - Teengenerate (request)
V-3 - Caucasian White
V-3 - In the Hall of Molds
Pixies - Broken Face
Pixies - I've Been Tired
V-3 - Your Girlfriend
Vertical Slit - New Thrill
Pixies - The Thing
Pixies - In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song)

...and here's 30's playlist:

Proto-punk:
Stephen David Heitkotter - I Don't Mind
Warlock - Thrills of Love
Hampton Grease Band - Halifax

Punk:
The Adicts - Joker in the Pack
Dead Kennedys - Let's Lynch the Landlord
Adolescents - Rip it Up
Roger C. Reale and Rue Morgue - Kill Me
Channel Three - Last Time I Drank
Pointed Sticks - All My Clocks Stopped
Alternative TV - Action Time Vision
Black Flag - Forever Time
Egg Hunt - We All Fall Down
MIA - Modern Way
Ramones - Chainsaw
Mr. T Experience - What Went Wrong
The Replacements - More Cigarettes
Talking Heads - Don't Worry About the Government

Post-punk:
Mission of Burma - Forget
Modest Mouse - The Way Down
Sun City Girls - Space Prophet Dogon
Slint - Washer
Butthole Surfers - Lady Sniff
Butthole Surfers - Gary Floyd
Raincoats - Lola
Sunny Day Real Estate - Waffle

N-joy.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Finally! Another download!

Here we go. I played a cut off this on the Alternate Universe Metal Program. A while back, I played one of Duane Warr's albums on Obscuro! He plays all the instruments on his records, and has a style that's kind of like a darker, weirder Black Sabbath. Legend has it that, after having a religious experience, Duane disowned his older albums for a while (he did NOT burn all the copies like some people say) but now he seems pretty cool with them (a couple have been re-released on Drag City.) This is one of his more recent outings (I think '97 but I'm not sure,) and it IS a pretty religious-themed record, but don't let that stop you from checking this one out. This is even noisier than 1986's 'Animals.' For God's sake, give this man your money.

Dwarr - 'Times of Terror'

Tracklist:

1. 'Times of Terror' Suite:
-Trumpets
-Times of Terror
-Traps and Pits
-Angry Waves
-Evil World
-Die Like Flies
-Days of Death
2. Gates of Hell
3. America
4. Born to Die
5. Takes Me Away
6. Harmony
7. Tears You Cry

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Bizarro Jerry's Alternate Universe Metal Program (aka Forte 14)

This one is for the 3, maybe 4 folks who've told me they miss the Obscuro! radio show. I played pretty much all the insane, deranged, twisted heavy metal I've found doing the show (and some cuts from the Obscuro! days, too) and put them into one 3-hour block of totally fucked radio. Okay, so I WAS about half an hour late because Coma Nova was playing a house party, but still...2 and a half hours of this stuff is probably more than enough. You've got your retarded-bad basement demos, misguided attempts at heavy metal by record executives, totally satanic black metal made by loner dudes in the woods, and every other kind of heavy shit you never knew existed. I am thinking about bringing back Obscuro! one of these weeks for a three-hour block in Forte's place once I get enough new weird stuff collected. We'll see.

Get that podcast, fella.

Playlist:

Striborg - Perceiving the World with Hate
Mayhem - Pagan Years (request)
Lullaby - Supreme Majesty
Reencarnacion - Reencarnacion (II Parte)
Heather Leather - Child Molester
Black Vomit - Deluge from Hell
Dwarr - Heavy Vibrations
Dwarr - Takes Me Away
Trifixion - Fear, is All that I See
Trifixion - Immortal
Exmortes - Prophecy
Lester Maddox - Egypt (The Chains are Off)
Secret Metal - The Cop
Apator - The Satanic Bloodspraying
Dawnfall - II
Ghost - Ritual
Flames of Hell - Flames of Hell
Killer Fox - Running Blade
Godzilla - Cinderella Rockefella
Kalaschnikov - Kill Your Neighbor
Satanic Corpse - At the Alter of Death
Malicious Onslaught - Emotional Death
Oranssi Pazuzu - Danjon Nolla
Svaty Vincent - Absolutni Vedomni
Brainstorm - My Total Vision
Black Virgin - Heavy Metal Mad
Varghkoghargasmal - War on the Hills

Embrace the weirdness, yall.

Society's Fault - Episode 28

No wave, psychedelic garage, and bands Bjork was in that don't suck were the themes for this week's program. A few awesome requests, too, like Old Skull, who we'd never heard before. Totally great kiddie-punk. Also, in the post-punk section. we played a 12-song EP by an Australian group called Seems Twice that was like 5 minutes long. REAL short, Wire-ish songs.

Get the podcast.

Playlist:

Proto-punk:
Neu! - Negativland
13th Floor Elevators - Earthquake
Holy Modal Rounders - Half a Mind
The Music Machine - Talk Talk
Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat (request)
Syd Barrett - Love You
Zerfas - I Don't Understand
George Washington and the Cherry Stompers - The Back Self of Your Mind
The Who - Sparks

Punk:
Big in Japan - Nothing Special
Black Flag - You're Not Evil
Tappi Tikarrass - Drek-Lek
Tappi Tikarras - Lok-Lad
Descendents - Get the Time (Live)
Vandals - Pizza Tran
Old Skull - Pizza Man (request)
Screeching Weasel - I Wanna Be a Homosexual
FEAR - We Destroy the Family
The Clash - We Fought the Law
Bad Brains - At the Movies
Green Day - Paper Lanterns
Agent Orange - Tearing Me Apart

Post-punk:
Seems Twice - 'Non-Plussed' EP:
1. Salient Feature
2. Wish it is
3. Non-Plussed
4. Side Effects
5. Column One
6. Warhol
7. No Clear Ideas
8. Real Arafat
9. Metropolitan Recluse
10. Look at it
11. Abrupt Alteration
12. Anglican War

X (Australia) - I Don't Wanna Go Out (request)
My Bloody Valentine - Come in Alone
Circle X - Current
Josef K - Art of Things
Rosa Yemen - Larousse Baron Bic
Sugarcubes - Birthday
Rites of Spring - Hidden Wheel

Monday, January 17, 2011

Forte 13...probably the widest variety of stuff since I started...

You've got your thrash, death, grindcore, black metal, funeral doom, regular doom, stoner metal, sludge metal, foreign, domestic, you name it, I played it. That's a picture of Death SS up there...one of the earliest 'occult' metal bands, and probably THE earliest Italian metal band. They started in like, 75 or something and are still playing today (albeit with different members, and NOT founding lead man and awesome fellow Paul Chain).

Podcast.

Playlist:

Gallow God - Summon the Rune Wizard
Bowel Fetus - The Lipstick Eaters
Bowel Fetus - Mass Suicide at the Old Folks
Sickening Gore - Obscene Existence
Ion Dissonance - The Budd Dwyer Effect (request)
Nightstick - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
AxCx - Cranking My Band's Demo on a Box at the Beach
Pantera - Power Metal

Melt-Banana mini-set:
'P-Pop-Slop' from 'Speak, Squeak, Creak'
'Excess' from 'Charlie'
'Type B for Me' from 'Scratch or Stitch'
'It's in the Pillcase' from 'Scratch or Stitch'
'Surfin' USA' from some EP, dunno which...

Ives - A Tangle of Hair and Bone
Ives - Sweet Fields of Ecstacy
Death SS - Terror
Death SS - Schizophrenic
Paul Chain - Antichrist
Cannabis Corpse - I Will Smoke You
Violence - Phobophobia
Acid King - Heavy Load
Agalloch - Into the Painted Grey
Phobia - Death to Pigs
Phobia - Nihilistic Grindcore
Svafnir - Death of the Sun
Burzum - Lost Wisdom
Infectious Grooves - Boom Boom Boom
The Toll - Seclusion
Helloween - Murderer
13 - Bound
Autopsy - Service for a Vacant Coffin
Death - Evil Dead
Gore - After
Shape of Despair - Quiet These Paintings are
Granicus - Hollywood Star
Beherit - Goat Worship
S.D.I. - Killer's Confession

That's this week in heavy metal, I'm Bizarro Jerry signing off. I'm gonna put some more downloads up this week, I think. It's been a bit.

Society's Fault - Episode 27

Lots of calls this week...unfortunately, most of them were from the same British guy who was trying to school us in British punk....then he called and made fun of us for playing 'African' music, when in reality it was Twink from the Pink Fairies (aka the earliest British punk band)...what a shitwich! Then we bummed everybody out by playing like 6 GG Allin songs (edited, obviously).

Get you the podcast.

Get you the playlist:

Proto-punk:
Wayne Kramer and the Pink Fairies - Cocaine Blues
Arthur Lee - Everybody's Gotta Live
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band - A Child of a Few Hours is Burning to Death
Big Star - September Gurls
Twink - Drum Crazy
Iggy Pop - China Girl
George Brigman - Jungle Rot
New York Dolls - Vietnamese Baby (request)

Punk:
GG Allin - Convulsions
Stripsearch (ft. GG Allin) - Galileo
London - No Time (request)
Grey Matter - Retrospect (request)
GG Allin - Bite it You Scum
Buzzcocks - Ever Fall in Love
GG Allin - You Hate Me and I Hate You
Wipers - Fair Weather Friends
Screeching Weasel - Havana Affair
GG Allin - I Don't Give a Shit
The Nig Heist - Big Wheels
The Stains - Sick of Being Sick

Post-punk:
The Sound - Hour of Need
Killing Joke - Wintergardens (request)
Slits - So Tough
Pigface - Tonight's the Night (Little Sisters) Remix (request)
Pulp - Miles End
Jesus and Mary Chain - Boyfriends Dead
Pogues - Dirty Old Town (request)
Gary Wilson - 6.4=Make Out
Minutemen - History Lesson Pt. II
Shudder to Think - Abysmal Yellow Popcorn Wall

Get it, get it, get it.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Forte 12...a few requests finally...

I really like Eyehategod, and I'd never heard this 'Sabbath Jam' by them. It's cool. Also, check out this awful version of 'Bad Moon Rising' by Leatherwolf. Probably the single worst (and best) cover I've ever heard.

Podcast.

Playlist:

Deathmass - Bone Orchard
Astaroth - Aullido Sepulcral

Black Sabbath - The Fallen (Demo)

Eyehategod - Sabbath Jam

Nasum - Stormshield

Ambulance - Shark Attack

The Equinox ov the Gods - The Witches' Rune

Necropolis - Despair

The Meads of Asphodel - Jew Killer

Cannibal Corpse - Drowning in Viscera

Leatherwolf - Bad Moon Rising

Mercy - I'm Your Pervert Priest

Enmerkar - Pale Lord Pilgrimage of the Winter Born

Candlemass - At the Gallows End
(request)
Xasthur - Reflecting Hateful Energy
(request)
Black Spiders - KISS Tried to Kill Me

X-Wild - Die Like a Man

Melechesh - Ghouls of Nineveh

Grotesscolandia - Madrugada Dos Mortos

Lawnmower Deth - Cobwoman of Deth Meets Mr. Smellymop

Cemetary - Ebony Rain

Master's Hammer - Geniove

Nocte Obducta - Nebel II
(looooooonnnnnng)
Bothers - Kill for Insanity

Faithful Breath - Play the Game

Orange 9mm - High Speed Changer

The Mass - Vile Requiem

Black Funeral - Leviathan--The Black Oceans Roar

Mortician - Eaten Alive by Maggots

Gravity Kills - Enough

16 - Me and My Shadow


Heavy as fuck. Enjoyeee.