March 17, 2012 - Dawn of the Apocalypse Visit

Listen to the Show;


Break Of Reality - Welcome Home
Powergod - Cutt Your Heart Out
Iron Mask - Feel The Fire
Pilgrim - Quest

Overkill - Electric Rattlesnake
Teramaze - Without Red Hands
Tom Jones - Evil
Angel Witch - Witching Hour

Lone Wolf - Celtic Heart
Blackmore's Night - Greensleeves
Thin Lizzy - Thunder And Lightning
Thin Lizzy - Cold Sweat

Dawn Of The Apocalypse - Conquered
MyChildren MyBride - Hell Or High Water
Melissa - Vampire

Behold! The Monolith - Desolizator
Cannibal Corpse - Rabid
Wombwrecker - Flatliner
3 Inches Of Blood - Leather Lord
Kong! - Martial Law
Powerwolf - March Of The Saint

Barren Earth - As It Is Written
God Forbid - Scraping The Walls
Executioner - Stand Up And Fight
Edge Of Sanity - Maze Of Existence
Moonspell - Grandstand
Soulfly - Intervention
Hammer Horde - Riders Of Annihilation

Hemina - For All Wrong Reasons
Tetrafusion - Cloudless
Dark Empire - Dreaming In Vengeance
A Sound Of Thunder - Kill That Bitch

Wykked Wytch - Fade To Black
Doomsday Mourning - Zero Minutes
Asphyx - As The Magma Mammoth Rises
Faith Or Fear - Machine
Everytime I Die - Partying Is Such Sweet Sorrow
Opera Diabolicus - Blood Countess Bathory
Mustasch - Destroyed By Destruction

Cannibal Corpse - Strangulation Chair
Picture It In Ruins - Chain Dragon
Impending Doom - Absolute Horror
Impending Doom - Angry Letters To God
Terrorizer - Wretched

Napalm Death - Protection Racket
Behold! The Monolith - Witch Hunt Supreme

Anvil - Strength Of Steel

Recap by The Metal Wulf;

Before delving into the events from this week, I'd like to take a moment to thank the guys from Malformed for joining us on the previoius edition of the show. It was cool of them to come and hang out with us, and for those interested you can find a video interview with the band on my Metalwulff YouTube page.

Three members of Dawn Of The Apocalypse joined us in the studio on our most recent edition of the show. Very cool bunch of guys, I've had a chance to check them out on a couple of occasions. For those unfamiliar, these guys blend a bit of death and thrash metal with some more melodic styles with some more melodic styles. The resulting combination will more or less pulp your brains. I strongly recommend checking them out live!

Anyhoo, the guys were more than happy to talk about their upcoming slot on the 2012 edition of Finger Lakes MetalFest (Metalgeddon!), and for those interested, there is a YouTube interview with the guys available for your perusal right this very moment. You should check it out!

But, not until you've finished the recap...

David Henninger was once again on hand, as promotion for MetalFest continues. Funny thing, in between talk breaks Dave and I had been offering a little dating advice to Josh. When this was mentioned on the air, Joe scoffed a bit at the idea, but I've gotta say, Dave was honestly providing some sincere words of wisdom. Let's hope that Josh has learned something, and wish him luck in his future dating endeavors. There's gotta be a metal chick out there for him, somewhere!

Let's see, outside of that I can honestly only think of one notably humorous moment to share. Seems that the original, 1980's version of Clash Of The Titans was playing on one of the televisions, so Joe was on a "RELEASE THE KRAKEN!" kcik. That led to a discussion of older times when movies actually had STORIES!!!I know, shocking, isn't it? Once upon a time, that was true, though. Yep, there was a time when there was NO SUCH THING as CGI!!! Before long a discussion was under way regarding some old-school special effects techniques, like Ray Harryhausen's use of stop-motion animation. I will defend that shit to my grave, I swear! Few things beat Harryhausen's work, and I highly recommend the original black and white version of Mighty Joe Young, plus any of the Sinbad films he worked on, as well as Jason And The Argonauts, or his classic work on The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, not to mention the Ymir from 20 Million Miles To Earth, and who could possibly forget...

Ummm...yeah, just check out the guy's work, he busted his ass to entertain millions, and those films all KICK ASS! End of story!

So, not sure what's on deck for the next show. Wouldn't be surprised to see Azkath and company show up, might even be a new Jeffie in the picture, since Raven pretty effectively killed the last one. Won't be boring, that's for sure!