Saturday, September 29, 2012

Films 5 - October part 1

Here's some more movies for y'all to check out. What I'm thinking is that I'll post 31 films for the month of October...a horror movie for each night. These'll be the first ten to get things going.

'Body Melt' - 1993
A really trashy Australian flick. I would put this in the same class as 'Street Trash' or 'Dead Alive' as far as trashiness goes. Basically, some big corporation is testing a new chemical (that will supposedly advance the human species) on a suburban housing development, with disgusting consequences. The humor is gonzo and offbeat, and there's enough gore to make it a cult horror classic.

'Where the Dead Go to Die' - 2012
Okay, before you're turned off by the 2012 release date, this is one of the most completely fucked movies EVER released. Let me give you the backstory: This film was made by an ex-Juggalo rapper on his PlayStation animation software. Yes. It obviously should be the most laughably bad thing ever, but look up the trailer on YouTube. The animation might be rudimentary and the voice-acting sub-par, but this is a really really REALLY creepy and psychedelic thing which (if you can get past some pretty disturbing subject matter) will blow your mind. A document of true 'outsider' filmmaking.

'Lost Highway' - 1997
Pretty much David Lynch's only 'straight' horror flick. I mean, it's still a Lynch film which means the plot makes little to no sense on the surface and everything is just completely wrong, but it IS terrifying. Especially Robert Blake. Maybe a little too slow and atmospheric for your basic horror audience, but I highly recommend it, especially if you're unfamiliar with Lynch's work as it's a great starting point.

'Slime City' - 1988
Another one in line with 'Street Trash.' This one's not quite as funny, but it's still a low-budget movie about 80's cokeheads melting into puddles.

'Blood Diner' - 1987
TERRIFIC splatter-horror-comedy. I've heard somewhere that this was deliberately intended to piss off a film studio. It certainly seems that way, as the humor is racy (and often racist) and the deaths are gleefully offensive. I'd have to cite the fat guy getting choke-slammed until he pukes the best part of this film. The story? Oh've got some brothers whose dead uncle was a crazy satanist. Now they've re-animated him, but they have to create a Frankenstein-style female monster for his spirit to inhabit. They also run a vegetarian restaurant that isn't really vegetarian, they just feed dead folks to a bunch of yuppies. Everything about this rules, and you won't be bored for even five minutes.

'Videodrome' - 1983
I love, love, love David Cronenberg's films. 'Scanners' is probably his scariest film, but you just can't fuck with this one. Surreal like a Lynch film, but not as alienating, this is one wild ride. Sure, it's a comment on violence in the media and its effect on the mind, but it's got gun-arms, insane television hosts and a guy being sucked into a TV as well.

'Dead Alive' - 1992
I would hope most of ya have seen this one, or at least have heard of it, but if not, here goes: Before he was the money-generating Hollywood director of 'Lord of the Rings,' 'King Kong,' etc. Peter Jackson did low-budget splatter films in his homeland of New Zealand. This is the second of these, and the best. Jackson has gone on record saying that most of his modest budget went to fake blood and guts. It shows. This is perhaps the most violent movie I've ever seen, and that's considering it was one of the first horror films I saw in junior high. You just can't top this. The comedy is goofy and off-beat, the blood is ridiculous, and above all Peter Jackson is an amazing filmmaker no matter what he does.

'The Dunwich Horror' - 1970
I wasn't overly impressed by this, but it IS an H.P. Lovecraft story, and a pretty faithful adaptation. Plus, Electric Wizard liked it enough to write a cool song about it. Definitely a high point in the late 60's/early 70's 'psychedelic' horror style. 'Suspiria' is better, though, but I already wrote about that one.

'Real Killers' - 1996
Apparently this film is also known as 'Killers,' but the copy I rented back in high school had the 'Real Killers' title. I figured it was a big-budget thing, but as I'm now researching it, it seems like it was a barely-released independent feature. I can't find much info on it. It's an exploration of the media's glorification of violence and its effect on youth. I think this was directly inspired by the Menendez brothers who killed their parents for no reason. This film, if you can find it, has one of the craziest fucking twists ever.

'Shrunken Heads' - 1994
I mentioned this one before in my review of 'Forbidden Zone.' That film, the only one made by the Oingo Boingo troupe (before they became a band) is like a Rocky Horror Picture Show/Eraserhead hybrid. This one is definitely Richard Elfman's project, not his brother Danny's. Sure, Danny scored the film, but it's fucked-up in an entirely different way than that fellow's projects. The first half of the movie plays like some no-name 80's kid's 'Space Camp' or some such bullshit....everything is soft-focus, the heroes are a trio of young boys, and it's all about comics and stopping bullies and shit like that. Then, they die. Then, their friend Mr. Sumatra (a voodoo priest apparently) resurrects them as shrunken heads. THEN the real movie starts. I can't really describe this's a very odd picture...the happy-go-lucky 50's vibe stays throughout the rest of it, but it's also offensive, demented, violent, and a lot more artful than most b-grade flicks. Also, it's a Charles Band production (Full Moon) which automatically means it's worth seeing.

I'll definitely be back with more of these...

Friday, September 21, 2012

Requested re-up

HERE is the original 'Incredibly Strange Metal' compilation...a few people have requested this as a re-up. Make sure to check out my own ISM compilations in the preceding posts.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Incredibly strange metal again...

Since I had so many extra tracks when I made this post that I decided to make ANOTHER 'Incredibly Strange Metal' compilation.


1. Horse Latitudes - 'Necrophilia'
Basically your typical doom metal band...except with two basses, no guitars, and a completely deranged vocalist.

2. Hatebeak - 'Beak of Putrefaction'
A black metal band fronted by a bird??? Yes, the idea is quite similar to that metalcore band fronted by two pitbulls, but this doesn't sound as bad.

3. Kalaschnikov - 'Kill Your Neighbor'
The Metal Enterprises stuff was pretty heavily covered by the guy who made the original ISM compilation, but this is one of the original groups...NOT the horrible 'follow up' album created by the ME folks. Lo and behold, the original band is just as ridiculous. It sounds like some guys had a few jams they wanted to record, then just improvised lyrics over it. Some of the stupidest shit you'll ever hear.

4. Black Mayonnaise - 'Narcotic Fog'
Gurgling, downtuned 'doom metal' made by a possibly insane guy. Some of their stuff doesn't even really sound like music, but this track is really creepy. I think it's got singing...

5. Brainstorm - 'My Total Vision'
Some kind of a band from Norway...I'm not really sure WHAT kind, though. Sounds like legit Norweigian folk musicians with a black metal guitarist. This is really really weird.

6. Mana Mana - 'Ilmestyskirjan Peto'
Pretty standard doom from Finland, but the singer was a legitimate psychopath. Apparently he went catatonic after the recording of their one and only full length, and eventually committed suicide. The few songs in English have some VERY odd lyrics.

7. Satanic Corpse - 'Blue Rotted Skin of the Corpse'
Similar to the Lullaby track from the last post, but only in theory. They are both weird foreign chicks who make solo recordings and post naked pictures of themselves on metal websites, but Satanic Corpse is much more influenced by black metal than Lullaby. This stuff just sounds incredibly off.

8. Warpigs - 'One Way'
Absolutely ridiculous power metal from Germany. The music is rudimentary at best, but the singer is something else.

9. Striborg - 'Wrapped in a Cacoon Out of Harm's Way'
I've talked about this dude before, but for the record, he's a loner from the Australian outback who makes incredibly creepy black metal. He's been called 'the Jandek of black metal,' and that's not too horrible a comparison, although I'd rather listen to him than Jandek most days.

10. Godorrhoea - 'Studio Demo 1989'
Grindcore from the UK that's so lo-fi you can barely tell what's going on. In fact, I think there is a good deal more than one song here...

11. Dawnfall - 'II'
More 'outsider' black metal. This isn't as enjoyable to listen to as Striborg, but it certainly is interesting. The instruments aren't always in time, which is probably because it's another one-man affair, but there are some creepy sounds here.

12. Victim - 'Framtid med Hopp'
Think this is from Finland...a very early track. This single is worth a lot of money because it's rare, but don't let that trick's godawful. The drummer is the worst part, but the singer just has NO voice...he just kind of yawns the words out. The whole thing is really off-kilter, and is a lot more fun to hear than you might think.

13. Exoskeleton - 'Death Orgasm'
This, however, is absolutely NOT fun to hear. Overly-simplistic sludge-metal, that seems vaguely pretentious. A perfect instance of hipsters trying to make 'artsy' metal and pissing everybody off. Oh well, at least we can all laugh at them together.

14. Heather Leather - 'Child Molester'
Definitely the most fun track here. Straight up, rockin' power metal from an all-girl group, but the lyrics totally rule. Give it a few plays and you'll be chanting 'He's a child molester! Drop dead!' right along with 'em.

15. Eerie Von - 'Madonnica Diabolita'
This guy played in Samhaim and Danzig...not sure if he still does, though. Whatever the case, he's an old accomplice of Glenn Danzig. His solo recordings, mostly done on a 4-track from what I understand, are not really anything like Danzig despite the lyrical content. I'm going to call it minimalist creep-metal. Sometimes he sounds a little more like a rockabilly troubadour than Black Sabbath, but the best tracks are when he's right in the middle.

16. Al-Namrood - Sadam, Ramz Al Btula
Black metal from Saudi Arabia. Kind of has the same feel as the pop music I've heard from Thailand, in that it doesn't really make sense. Yes, it vaguely sounds like Darkthrone, but there are some distinctly middle-eastern melodies here, and it's just an overall interesting take on the genre, probably by another one-man-band.


Requested re-up

To the dude who wanted Armand Schaubroeck's fake live album, you'll find the re-up below:





Saturday, September 15, 2012

More classicks

Three more Obscuro podcasts from the days of yore...



Ram John Holder - Wimpy Bar Blues
Wild Man Fischer - The Mope
Bob Bell - Necropolis, Pt. 4
Wink D. ft. Candy Fresh - Revenge
Bingo Gazingo and My Robot Friend - You're Out of the Computer
The Lat-Teens - Now You Know
Dwarr - Just Keep Running
To See the World Through Jewish Eyes - I'm Proud to Be a Jew
Dennis the Fox - Piledriver
Black Widow - Come to the Sabbat
Einstein's Creation - Bacon Bits
The Redcoats - Home by Eleven
Former Fetus - Former Fetus
Michael Yonkers - The Day is Through
Uganda - Na Tu Penda Sana
The Sun Also Rises - Death
Johnny Meeskite - Ugly
The Rabble - The Crushing Hand of Mother
Cameron Paul - Suite Rhythm
Gore - The Bank
Kan Mikami - Track 3 (Title in Japanese)
Crime - Murder by Guitar
John Townsend - Elvis was the Biggest Thing
Legion - Fire

Episode 50 - 1-8-10


Erica Pomerance - You Used to Think
Wesley Willis - The Frogs
Konrad - People
Rebirth Brass Band - You Don't Want to go to War
Touchstone - Carve Your Path
Renaldo and the Loaf - Ow! Stew the Red Shoe
Bob McFadden and Dor - The Mummy
West Bank Coalition - Pass Da Nine
Bill Bissett and th Mandan Massacre - Fires in th Tempul
Shinki Chen - It Was Only Yesterday
Jimi LaLumia and the Psychotic Frogs - Mangle Me
Y. Bhekhirst - Hot in the Airport
The Godz - Radar Eyes
Palmer Rockey - (unknown track)
Pedigree Dolls - Sindy Meets the Dollybeats
The O - Outsiderz
Mij - Grok (Martian Love Call)
Wicked Lady - Let's Talk Passion
Katie Lee - Will to Fail
Oblachnyj Kraj - Svobodi Zahoteli
Snakefinger - I Come from an Island
Jerry Rayson - Rocbuafro with L.S.D.
Little Markie - King of the Jungle
Gasoline Stew and the Dump - Two Tack Thumber
Mark Tucker - 1964 Cadillac
Jandek - Spanish in Me 993
Lutefisk - Conquer (Negative Thoughts and Feelings) Forever
Bitter Blood Street Theatre - Going Dancing
Ken Nordine - Flesh

Episode 51 - 1-15-10 OBSCURO 1-YEAR ANNIVERSARY


Chris Evans-Ironside - Hercules
Pat Morris - We're Diabetic
The Moonbillies - The 'Lectronic Brain
Fun-Da-Mental - Cookbook DIY
Sammy Hall - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Hell (I Got Saved, Saved, Saved)
Michael Yonkers Band - Microminiature Love
Logic Bomb - Did You Say Zigelmorph?
Dion McGregor - Mustard Battle
Primus - Here Come the Bastards
Tommy Jay - Village Idiot
Abner Jay - Cocaine Blues
Wipers - No One Wants an Alien
AxCx - Saving Ourselves for Marriage
Roky Erickson and the Aliens - Bloody Hammer
High Speed and the Afflicted Man - Sun Sun
Robbie the Werewolf - Lucifer
Killer Fox - Running Blade
The Singing Doctors - Hemorrhoids
Eddie Callahan - Paper Rain
Skip Spence - Diana
Kenneth Higney - I Wanna Be the King
MC J' Ro J' - Let's Jump
Hasil Adkins - No More Hot Dogs
Dr. John - Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya
Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart - 200 Years Old
Dale Jenkins - Blind Faith
The Shaggs - Who Are Parents

Friday, September 14, 2012

Fall music II.

Since blogspot now allows me to see how many people view each post, I can tell which ones are most popular...apparently the one on 'fall music' a couple weeks ago was well-liked, so I'm doing a second installment since fall is basically upon us...
Wipers - 'Over the Edge'

Most definitely my favorite Wipers release. The first three albums are unquestionably some of the greatest punk music ever released. This'un saw main fella Greg Sage basically cutting all the lows out of his recordings in order to make a creepy, tinny sounding album. Don't go into this thinking it's gonna be some fast three-chord bullshit since I called it 'punk....' it's punk in the way that Mission of Burma is 'punk.'
Type O Negative - 'October Rust'

Some people think this band is laughable, but they're fucking stupid. That's not to say they weren't hilarious when they wanted to be. Although this is a pretty serious album (and one of their most depressing), it was conceived as a 'pop-goth metal' project...basically a 'sell-out' album, according to band members. Whatever the case, 'Love You to Death' is one of the all-time highest points (and most melodic) of the doom metal genre.
Circle of Ouroborus - 'Eleven Fingers'

I put these guys on my Incredibly Strange Metal compilation...this album is on a totally different trip. It's not quite black metal, it's not quite kinda sounds like a post-punk band playing black metal, but not in the boring hipster way...The whole thing is lo-fi in a really odd way that's like being sucked into a rainstorm.
Mission of Burma - 'Vs.'

...speaking of post-punk, this classic is a definite 'fall weather' album. Loud, dissonant, melodic and challenging all at once. These guys had the advantage of being in a proto-punk band (the Ann Arbor-based Sproton Layer) so they'd already figured out what they wanted to do by the time independent rock took off. Still rocking out to this day, and putting out decent music.
Deftones - 'White Pony'

If you don't know much about these guys aside from their affiliation with the 'nu-metal' scene, definitely check this one out. More like an amped-up Cure than Korn, the Deftones are one of the only popular metal groups in recent years that really tried something different. I can't say a bad thing about them...even the new album 'Diamond Eyes' is rockin', and 'Adrenaline' is the best so-called 'rap metal' thing out there.
Butthole Surfers - 'Rembrandt Pussyhorse'

Okay, not ALL of this album is great for fall, but it's definitely the Surfers' most 'post-punk' release, and also one of their more melodic. Tracks like 'Whirling Hall of Knives' are hypnotizing without being boring. Modern day 'noise rock' bands could take a cue from classics like this.
Iron Maiden - 'Killers'

Without a doubt my favorite Iron Maiden release. In fact, I can't stand much of their stuff outside of this and the debut LP. Paul Di'Anno was the shit and Bruce Dickinson can suck it. Maybe I only associate this with fall because of Halloween (like Sabbath) but who cares.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Jim Shepard - 'The Hollywood Hills are Alive and Well' EP

I post whatever Jim Shepard stuff I find whether it's good or not. That being said, I wasn't too impressed with this 7", but it's still Jim covering Kim Fowley tracks, which is such a cool idea that the execution doesn't really matter. Hopefully someone is glad this is here, as the 'Forever Lowman' blog is apparently gone.

The music is extremely lo-fi, as is much of Shepard's output, and it sounds like he had a fun time (which isn't as typical of his stuff). Apparently this EP also goes by the title of 'Face on the Factory Floor.'

1. Face on the Factory Floor
2. Animal Man
3. California Man
4. The Trip
5. Nam Lamina


Saturday, September 8, 2012

Incredibly strange metal, version 2.0

This is one of the coolest compilations ever. Too bad ya didn't download it while the link was active. Oh well, ask me if you need a re-up. It's elsewhere on the internet, too.

From what I can gather, the compilation was put out by the guy who runs this website...a great resource for obscure and out-of-print metal. He's a metal record collector, but also, like myself, into the 'outsider' musical spectrum. Luckily, he extends that to his metal collecting, and there's a lot of really wild stuff on that album.

Unfortunately, since its release in the 90's (I think), there hasn't been a 'volume two.' So...I'm going to try puttin' something together for ya, since I know a lot of people come here for the weirdo/outsider stuff. Before we get started, let me say that this isn't associated with the Corroseum folks or Dan Edman, because I don't want them gettin' pissed at me or nothin'....I don't have the time or money to be a record collector, so I just scam off websites and shit. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't hear this stuff.

Some of these songs were dug up by the Corroseum (but well after the release of the original compilation), but most were dug up by me. Here and here are a couple other really good resources for what's been called 'incredibly strange metal' and 'savant metal.'

Since the 00's, the black and doom metal genres have become a great place for finding weird shit...much more so than the 90's, so my cuts try to represent that.

Without any further ado, Bizarro Jerry's Incredibly Strange Metal, Vol. 1 (aka ISM Vol. 2):


1. Alvin Dahn - 'You're Driving Me Mad'
We start things off with a WFMU outsider classic...don't know much about this guy, but he's an insanely talented metal guitarist. The only problem is that voice...and the lyrics...and pretty much everything else besides the guitar. One of the most enjoyably goofy metal anthems of all time.

2. Reencarnacion - 'Seduccion Y Eucaristia'
This Colombian group is best described as 'progressive metal,' but where they're progressing towards, I'm not sure...The album this comes from is a concept album of sorts, and some songs aren't even remotely metal. The basic premise seems to be South American traditional music mixed with black metal guitars and guttural vocals...pretty much no drums, just weird percussion. I tried not to include a lot of the 'weird for the sake of weird' progressive metal I've found, but this is just so fucked up and misguided.

3. Circle of Ouroborus - 'Nothingness'
Another group that probably set out with a specific idea (in this case, buzzy lo-fi black metal mixed with English post-punk like Joy Division) but executed it in such a messed up way that it transcends its original 'weird' intentions.

4. Lullaby - 'Lucifer'
This one just sounds completely wrong, but the backstory makes it all the better. Supposedly a female South American metal journalist, this chick is blatantly satanic, and spends most of her time writing love letters to Varg from Burzum and other metal elites. Her own music is like a homespun attempt at doom metal with cheesy drum machines and raspy low vocals. She also posts plenty of fucked up vides on youtube and NSFW pictures of herself on her website.

5. Lugubrum - 'De Vette Cuecken'
Really oddball 'farmer metal' from Belgium that features jazz saxophone pretty prominently. The words are supposed to be pretty funny, but I don't understand most of them. It sounds like Burzum if Varg spent all his time listening to Frank Zappa instead of the Cure.

6. Killer Fox - 'Running Blade'
The only Metal Enterprises track included here. There's a really good article on this stuff on the Corroseum website linked above, but just as a brief recap: This German record label used to re-release shitty American metal albums, then use their cast of studio musicians to create fake 'follow-ups' (most of the original bands were long since broken up). Sounds shitty, but you won't even believe the actual music. It's like they tried to make fun of metal music, but were so retarded that you still end up laughing at them instead of with them. It's like the metal version of a Larry the Cable Guy joke.

7. Ahulabrum - 'The Rendlesham Forest Psyop'
Really lo-fi black metal...all their songs are about UFO abductions. Not sure if this guy is legitimately crazy or if it's intentional, but it doesn't matter.

8. Dwarr - 'Heavy Vibrations'
This guy's stuff is pretty well-known as far as 'outsider metal' goes, but it didn't find its way onto the first 'ISM' compilation. Duane Warr recorded several albums in his trailer park home with gear he borrowed from the local high school marching band. Then, he decided what he was doing was pretty evil and burned a lot of his LP's. Sounds like aliens playing old school Sabbath tunes. All his releases are worth hearing, and this stuff is unbelievably awesome and weird.

9. Violent Playground - 'Thrashin' Blues'
Whoever told these folks that thrash metal and blues made a great combo were very wrong.

10. Trifixion - 'Fear, Is All That I See'
Italian prog-metal....but another instance of a band attempting something way over their heads. If you want to make symphonic jazz-death-metal, at least learn how to write songs and play your instruments. The results are very deranged on this track.

11. Varghkoghargasmal - 'The Forest is Whispering'
Self-described 'wooden metal,' this guy apparently wanted to make 'acoustic' black metal....I mean, there's lots of stuff like that, but this IS an electric guitar (albeit played clean.) The playing is very clumsy and poorly recorded, but it's also a pretty cool sound. Kind of like really dark surf-rock?

12. Warning - 'Magic Castle'
The members of this band dressed up like space monsters, and I'm not sure if they intended this to be a heavy metal release, but it sure does have metallic guitars and death-metal style growling vocals. There's some link to the German electronic scene that spawned Kraftwerk, but I'm not sure what it is. This is just totally weird and wrong.

13. Flames of Hell - 'Flames of Hell'
Icelandic teenage metal recorded in a youth center (like YMCA). Rumored to have been ejected from said youth center when the leader heard their lyrics. This came out around the same time as stuff like Venom, and you can hear that influence, but this is soooooo extreme. Especially the vocals. Dude sounds like some dark ages wizard on some other level shit.

14. Lues de Funes - 'Po+me sa obesif'
Completely abnormal prog-grindcore with ridiculous vocals and time signatures left'n'right. Sure, it's intentionally weird, but it's also just weird weird.

15. Ornaments of Agony - 'Huyten Amsgal'
Doom/sludge created by inept musicians that manages to sound completely terrifying instead of completely dumb. Just a big, noisy, angry mess.

16. Shores of Evening - 'Fists in the Air'
Maybe more inept than weird, this still deserves to be on here. I think these guys wanted to be a power-metal band..y'know, dragons and stuff, but EVERYBODY is bad at what they do, especially the vocalist/lyricist. Of course, I wouldn't have put it on here if it wasn't enjoyable to listen to. You'll laugh for sure.

17. Malicious Onslaught - 'Blademare'
Everything I've read about this band describes their production as 'psychedelic,' which I guess is true. It really does sound like the studio engineer wanted to turn this pretty standard death metal release into a Pink Floyd album or something. Guitar solos come out of nowhere, drums have all sorts of weird effects, and the vocals are pitch shifted to bizarre extremes. I'm not sure why, but both their albums sound like this. Seems like they'd ditch the engineer after the first mishap...Regardless, this music is undeniably cool.


So there ya go...I've already got enough music compiled for a second edition, so expect that shit SOON. Also, feel free to share this compilation on your blog/site/message board/whatever...

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Striborg - 'Embittered Darkness'

A few whiffens past, I posted a mixtape that pretty prominently featured some of the metal stuff I was getting into (and subsequently playing on Forte.) I did you all an injustice by not posting this entire album then, so I'm doing it now.

If you aren't too familiar with the black metal genre, it's pretty cool. I got into Burzum in high school, then inevitably saw the 'Until the Light Takes Us' film and started listening to other shit. Hipsters have been kind of ruining it lately (what with 'blackgaze' n' all...c'mon guys...does EVERYTHING need a stupid fucking label? It's basically people who like the idea of metal but still have this stigma of it being lame and shit, so they don't really respect it and try to make it like My Bloody Valentine.) but there's still a lot of interesting shit coming out.

Striborg is apparently all one dude, and he's from Tasmania. I heard he lives in the woods like a hermit, but I'm not sure if that's legit. It might as well be. This, to me, is a really good introduction to black's not quite as 'evil' or whatever as Beherit...definitely stranger than Burzum, but not sissy or French enough for hipster kids to dig it. Actually, it's kinda scary. This fella sounds much more likely to cut some fuckers up than Varg on record.

The music is pretty lo-fi, which is common in the genre, but it's got this weird, organic, but somewhat hollow feeling...I dunno...I listened to it while walking around in the woods (like you're supposed to) and I was feeling it for about half the record, then got too creeped out and went home.


1. Protagonist of Misanthropic Virtues
2. Wrapped in a Cocoon out of Harm's Way
3. Race of Apathy
4. In the Eerie Pre-Dawn Silence of the Cold
5. Embittered Darkness
6. Digging a Ditch to Die In

NOTE: The actual CD version of this includes the 'Isle De Morts' EP, which isn't as impressive at all. Really kind of subpar traditional black metal. Sorry if you're a completist, but that's the world of free music sharing. I liked his album 'Perceiving the World with Hate' much better than the 'Isle' EP...more similar to this stuff.