August 31, 2013 - Fixing Randy's Brain

Listen to the Show

Twelve Foot Ninja - Silent Machine
Trouble - Sucker
Portnoy Sheenan Macalpine Sherinian - Shy Boy
Annihilator - W.T.Y.D. (Welcome To Your Death)

Tragedy - It's Raining Men
Kreator - Flag Of Hate/Tormentor
The Answer - Leave With Nothin'
Knights Of The New Temple - Slumber Of The Knight

A Band Of Orcs - Procreation (Of The Wicked)
A Band Of Orcs - When The Hills Run Red
Scythe - Leather Aggressor
Crossfaith - Deathwish
Nine Inch Nails - All Time Low

From These Ashes - Ignite It All
Anagnorisis - Abyss
Fleshgod Apocalypse - Towards The Sun
Wretched Pain - The Absence Of Reason
Gorguts - Enemies of Compasion

Chimaira - Outshined
Onslaught - Chaos Is King
Evocation - Terminal Spirit Disease
Carcass - Unfit For Human Consumption
Fueled By Fire - Obliteration
Exhumed - Not Yet Dead Enough

Leaders - Hell
Sworn In - Dead Soul
Watain - Black Flame March
Emblazoned - Extinction Of Creation
We Butter The Bread With Butter - Pyroman & Astronaut
End Of Green - Chasing Ghosts

Goo Goo Dolls - Don't Beat My Ass (With A Baseball Bat)
Viking - Do Or Die
Acherontas - Wines Of Blood And Pestilence
Sacred Reich - Independent
Vista Chino - Planets 1&2

Annihilator - Demon Code
Master - Raise Your Sword
Knights Of The New Temple - Dead In Dawn
Legion X - Black Metal
Moth - Dissolved

Tragedy - Total Eclipse Of The Heart
Recap by Metal Wulf
No Jeffie this week, much to my disappointment. I was really looking forward to discussing my thoughts on spreading Jeffie-ism across the world. Guess that conversation will have to wait for another evening...
As it turns out, The Demon, Azkath, had left Jeffie at home to play a game of Move The Rocks. Really nothing more than a cheap ruse to get Jeffie to perform yard work.
Still, according to Azkath, Jeffie seemed to be having a lot of fun moving rocks, so I guess it's all for the better. As long as my lord and savior is happy!
Azkath took a few moments to play some John Denver on the show, which initially seemed very unusual, considering John wasn't exactly known for being metal. 
Still, imagine my surprise when I heard blast beats and death metal growls during "Rocky Mountain High". No, really, I swear! It was in there, all of it! It was truly some of the most brutal metal I've ever heard, all in a freakin' John Denver song! And Azkath even assured me it was a genuine recording from John's death metal days!
Who would've thought?
Azkath had also mentioned something he'd either watched our read involving salamanders. It seems that there was an experiment where a salamander's brain was extracted, chopped into multiple pieces, and put back into the creature's skull. As it turns out, amazingly enough, the salamander functioned normally, as if nothing had even happened to it.
Crazy stuff, huh?
From there Azkath explained that he'd like to experiment with my brain. To be perfectly honest, I really wasn't feeling it. Didn't care for the idea in the least, but of course, in the end, I let him tamper with my gray matter.
The results were a bit bizarre, I've gotta say. I mean, I felt pretty well after he'd put the brain back in, but there were a few slight complications. 
I mean, for the most part I seemed to be able to speak normally, but every now and again I'd mix up a word or two. A little strange, but I'm ferfectly pine right now, I assure you! 
Ferfectly PINE!
And there also seemed to be a slight amount of visual impairment, but this orange tinge to everything is actually kinda pretty once you get used to it.
The only problem I really have is this compulsion to sing John Denver songs. I mean, it's not as embarassing as it could be, considering I now know that John was a closet Metal God, but still...