May 11, 2013 - Don Weeks and Disfigured Dead

  • Published in 2013
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Venom - Don't Burn The Witch
Altars - Sent To Destroy
Sodom - Invocating The Demons
Anciients - Raise The Sun
Kobra And The Lotus - No Rest For The Wicked

Gama Bomb - Legend Of Speed
M:Pire Of Evil - Carniverous
Masters Of Metal - Evolution Of Being
Zed - Rain
Howl - Your Hell Begins

Proselyte - Whiskey Catharsis
Anvil - Call Of Duty
Black Cowgirl - Dead Horse
Immolation - The Great Sleep
My Dying Bride - A Pale Shroud Of Longing

Sister Sin - Dance Of The Wicked
Negator - Atonement In Blood
Soulless - The Crippler
Meth Leppard - White Mountain Magic
Zip-Tie Handcuffs - Big Heads Small Hands
Ark Of The Covenant - Parasite

Pamela Moore - We Are Damaged
Avantasia - Invoke The Machine
Potential Threat - Destroy And Dominate
Vehement Serenade - Skeletal Remains
Amorphis - Into The Abyss
Ghost B.c. - Year Zero
Atrocity - When Empires Fall To Dust

Deep Purple - Vincent Price
Vicious Rumors - Strange Ways
Orchid - Wizard Of War
Death Dealer - Curse Of The Heretic
Black Water Rising - Show No Mercy
Kings Destroy - The Toe
Kadaver - Dust

The Monolith Deathcult - Human Wave Attack
Woe - Exhausted
Cathedral - Pallbearer
Wolcott Falls - Walking To The Edge
Pushmen - Child From Chaos
F.K.U. - Black Hole Hell
The Resistance - Warmonger
Recap by The Metal Wulf

This past Friday night brought Don Weeks to the studio. Don was the guy who originally hosted our show back in the eighties, and in fact I'm pretty sure is the person who gave our show it's name. He now travels the world as a lighting technician for an assortment of bands, most recently having gone out on tour with Yes.
The man's got a TON of road stories, some of them pretty damned hilarious, which he shared on and off the air. We're hoping to perhaps get him back for a visit, maybe a little later on during the summer.

And, as we continue to close the gap leading up to Finger Lakes Metal Fest (just four days away, as of this writing), Disfigured Dead's Kyle Kratzer (drummer/vocalist) joined us to bring us up to speed with happenings in his camp.
He's definitely pumped for playing Metal Fest, and they've also got a string of tour dates that will be taking them to Las Vegas in the coming months, so I'd say things are going pretty well at this juncture. Can't wait to see what they bring to the table on Saturday!

December 29, 2012 - Horseface, Disfigured Dead, and Lethal Lorelei

  • Published in 2012
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Doro - Take No Prisoner
Blue Oyster Cult - Take Me Away
My Dying Bride - A Tapestry Scorned

Horseface - The Nile

Horseface - Speak
Jorn - Rock And Roll Children
T&N - Tooth And Nail

Horseface - Drown
Snakecharmer - Guilty As Charged
Mammoth Mammoth - Bury Me

Disfigured Dead - Punishing Atonement
Aeon - I Wish You Death
Daemonicus - Inhabited

Disfigured Dead - Deranged Concecration
Sons of Aeon - Enemy Of The Souls
Grand Supreme Blood Court - Piled Up For The Scavengers

Disfigured Dead - Baneful Barbarity
Flotsam And Jetsam - Gitty Up
Voivod - Warchaic
Overtorture - Slaves To The Atom

Disfigured Dead - Death Disguised Dreams Demise
Hellcannon - Resinous Infection
Hellcannon - Pull The Plug
Sonic Reign - Monument In Black

Celtachor - The Landing Of Amergin
Disfigured Dead - Reliquary Bone Enshrinement

The Project Hate - We Watch In Silence As The Earth Turns To Blood
Hate - Festival Of Slaves
Wintersfear - Painting Pictures Black
Cult Of Luna - I: The Weapon

Blue Oyster Cult - Cities On Flames
Corsair - Falconer
Trouble - Rain
Trouble - Tragedy Man
Mindfunk - Goddess
Alice In Chains - Hollow

Advent Sorrow - Withered By Her Curse
Jorn - The Mob Rules
Cindergarden - Black Hole Sun

g/z/r/- Seance Fiction
Kiss - C'mon And Love Me
Wolcott Falls - Meth Lab Explosion

Recap by The Metal Wulf;

Not much to say about this particular edition. It was actually a refreshingly calm evening for once!
John Halstead of HorseFace joined us to share some newer demos that will be featured on their next full-length, and based on what we heard, we're very much looking forward to featuring that album on the Onslaught as soon as it's available!
Two members of Disfigured Dead were also on hand to discuss their band and where things are currently headed with them. Very tight, aggressive metal of the extreme variety. Brutal jams, to be sure, check 'em out! 
Roc City Roller Derby's Lethal Lorelei was on hand to promote her upcoming birthday bash at the Montage. We hadn't had a chance to talk to any of the Roc City ladies in quite some time, so it was cool to have the time to catch up with her a bit.For those interested, the line-up for her party consists of Setiva (reuniting just for her!), Hate Machine, Beneath Hell's Sky, and Silence Broken. Between some great music and the presence of many roller derby girls, I'm betting this is gonna be a party to remember!
Let's see...above and beyond that, there was a full moon, so I spent the evening pretty much coated in fur, and showing off a little bit of the newer dental work my lycanthropic form has acquired. So far no new photos are available, but give it time..
Definitely a plus that none of the band members seemed uncomfortable having a werewolf in their midst. Which is a good thing, as the full moon DOES occasionally coincide with our show...
All in all, it was just all in an evening's work, pretty much another day at the office for the rest of us!
I believe there was some brief mention about my cat and the fact that at numerous times he has seen me naked. Don't know what the big deal is, I'm pretty sure our pets don't really judge us by our looks, whether we're clothed or not.
However, I DID mention that Mittens likes to occasionally curl up under the covers, and I had to admit that I once...well...Dutch-ovened him...
Really, I completely forgot that he was there! I'd woke up in the middle of the night, turned over, farted, and there was suddenly this rampant scurrying under the sheets, as my cat suddenly felt the need to distance himself from the bed.
Can't say I blame him...
So, our next edition of the show will feature our Top 10 lists for 2012. In a nutshell, this means that absolutely NOTHING will suck, as far as music goes this week!
We may even let Tim give us a brief rundown of what he liked the most in the past year, although I got a little scared when he mentioned something about Rick Springfield...
Tune in and see what made us tick throughout the year, and maybe get a little perspective into what we're looking forward to most in 2013!
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