The Obsessed, Karma to Burn and The Atomic Bitchwax to Tour North America

Posted in Whathaveyou on April 5th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

That is a gosh darn significant lineup. The ObsessedThe Atomic Bitchwax and Karma to Burn? I mean, really. Who’s gonna complain about that show? Unless you happen to live in/near a city not being hit by the tour, I can’t really see anything to bitch about when it comes to pairing those acts up. Each offers something different from the others, but is completely excellent at what they do, whether that’s The Obsessed‘s trailblazing Maryland doom, The Atomic Bitchwax‘s frenetic winding riffage or Karma to Burn‘s instrumental crunch. Seems reasonable to expect these will be some killer evenings.

Word came out from The Obsessed a bit ago, but Karma to Burn — still in the midst of a current European tour — newly announced the run as follows via the PR wire:

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KARMA TO BURN Announce North American Tour With The Obsessed and The Atomic Bitchwax

In support of their new release Karma To Burn will hit the road this spring with The Obsessed and The Atomic Bitchwax. The tour starts May 13th in Washington, DC and runs through June 11th in Atlanta, GA. A complete list of dates can be found below.

The band commented on the upcoming tour:

“What better way to follow a full European tour than following The Obsessed and Atomic Bitchwax around America? How about a month off in Sardinia, followed by a year living in the Netherlands. As much as we would like that, we should do the tour, it’s only our second full US tour in 5 years, so we’re a bit overdue in our own country. The stacked lineup and extensive schedule should make up for our absence. THE OBSESSED…Wino…the demi-god of DOOM…we couldn’t pick a better US band to support. But honestly we’re most excited about the burritos and burgers. See you on the road.”

There’s no indication that things are about to slow down for this band – what with their spring 2016 tour coming up, which has already been confirmed. So no signs of fatigue in the Karma To Burn camp. “More than 20 years ago, people told me that a purely instrumental band could never work in the long run,” William Mecum recalls. “But Karma To Burn are like a boxer with a big heart, amazing stamina and a talent for getting back on his feet again and again.” Which is just as well, seeing that in this case there’s a mountain to be conquered.

KARMA TO BURN W/ The Obsessed and The Atomic Bitchwax,
5/13: Washington DC @ Black Cat
5/14: Pittsburgh PA @ Altar Bar
5/15: Harrisonburg PA @ Golden Pony
5/16: Brooklyn NY @ Saint Vitus Bar
5/18: Richmond VA @ Strange Matter
5/19: Philadelphia PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
5/20: Huntington WV @ V Club
5/21: Indianapolis IN @ 5th Quarter Lounge
5/22: Chicago IL @ Beat Kitchen
5/23: Minneapolis MN @ 7th Street Entry
5/24: Rock Island IL @ Rock Island Brewing Co.
5/25: St. Louis MO @ Fubar
5/26: Kansas City MO @ Riot Room
5/28: Denver CO @ 3 Kings
5/30: Seattle WA @ El Corazon
5/31: Portland OR @ Dante’s
6/2: San Francisco CA @ Slim’s
6/3: Los Angeles CA @ Complex
6/4: San Diego CA @ Brick By Brick
6/5: Phoenix AZ @ Club Red
6/7: Austin TX @ Dirty Dog
6/8: Ft. Worth TX @ Tomcats West
6/9: Houston TX @ Walter’s
6/10: New Orleans LA @ Siberia
6/11: Atlanta GA @ Drunken Unicorn

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Karma to Burn Post “62” Video; Euro Tour Starts Next Month

Posted in Bootleg Theater on February 9th, 2016 by H.P. Taskmaster

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The new Karma to Burn video begins with guitarist/founder Will Mecum walking down a very European hallway and then down a very European street before entering a very European bar in Biel, Switzerland, which, wouldn’t you know it, has a Marshall full stack and a brew awaiting his arrival. Mecum proceeds to riff out in the bar, in the bar’s bathroom, in a hockey arena, and finally, in a liquor store surrounded by beer bottles. He’s the only member of the West Virginian trio — rounded out by bassist Eric Clutter and drummer Evan Devine — to be seen in the clip, and if there was any lingering doubt about whose show the band is at this point, that should pretty much put it to rest.

karma to burn mountain czarKarma to Burn release a new EP, Mountain Czar, later this month on Rodeostar Records, and the song “62” that features in the clip comes from that EP and has also been issued as an advance single. All this is to precede the band’s next European tour, which starts March 12 and features Sons of Morpheus in the support slot. Karma to Burn have been on the road steadily since the release of their latest full-length, Arch Stanton (review here), in 2014. They toured hard in the US and Europe both last year.

In addition to this upcoming run through Europe, they’ll also be playing the Maryland Doom Fest (info here) this summer, and I highly doubt that’ll be the last date they announce for the year. You can see from the list of tour dates under the video below, they’re not exactly shy about getting out there:

Karma to Burn, “62” official video

Single “62” is available! Check out iTunes store or your preferred digital download choice. EP “Mountain Czar” out on 26 February 2016.

Video directed, filmed & edited by Roberto Miola.

KARMA TO BURN –EUROPEAN TOUR 2016 (with support from Sons of Morpheus)
12.03 – Bikini Test, Le Chaux De Fonds, CH
18.03 – Le Peniche, Douai, FR
19.03 – The Anvil, Bournemouth, UK
20.03 – The Oobleck, Birmingham, UK
21.03 – The Key Club, Leeds, UK
22.03 – The Full Moon , Cardiff, UK
23.03 – Think Tank, Newcastle, UK
24.03 – King Tuts, Glasgow, UK
25.03 – Star & Garter, Manchester, UK
26.03 – The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton, UK
27.03 – The Arts Centre, Colchester, UK
28.03 – The Underworld, London, UK
30.03 – Effenaar, Eindhoven, NL
31.03 – Bastard Club, Osnabrueck, DE
01.04 – Hafenklang, Hamburg, DE
02.04 – Beta, Copenhagen, DK
03.04 – TBC
04.04 – John Dee, Oslo, NO
05.04 – Truckstop Alaska, Gothenburg, SE
06.04 – TBC
08.04 – Kuudes Linja, Helsinki, FI
09.04 – Progresja, Warsaw, PL
10.04 – Durer Kurt, Budapest, HU
11.04 – Flying Circus Pub, Cluj Napoca, RO
12.04 – Cassiopeia, Berlin, DE
14.04 – Freakout Ckub, Bologna, IT
15.04 – Officina Degli Angeli, Arbizzano, IT
16.04 – Raindogs House, Savona, IT
17.04 – Warm Audio, Lyon, FR
18.04 – Venue TBC, Montpellier, FR
20.04 – Rocksound, Barcelona, ES
21.04 – Caracol, Madrid, ES
22.04 – Dabadaba, San Sebastian, ES
23.04 – Le Korigan, Luynes, FR
24.04 – Le Glazart, Paris, FR
25.04 – Magasin 4, Brussels, BE
26.04 – Asteriks, Leeuwarden, NL
27.04 – MTC, Cologne, DE
28.04 – Feierwerk, Munich, DE
29.04 – B72, Vienna, Austria
30.04 – Le Nouveau Monde, Fribourg, CH

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Maryland Doom Fest 2016 Announces Complete Lineup

Posted in Whathaveyou on October 5th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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The 2016 edition of the Maryland Doom Fest will take place June 24, 25 and 26 at Cafe 611 in Frederick, MD. You might recall late in 2014, when the initial word surfaced about the festival’s inaugural billing, it was a complete lineup announced, date, and place, all done straightforward in the tradition of the style being celebrated. In that regard, 2016 will be no different. Festival organizers JB Matson (also of War Injun) and Mark Cruikshank have unveiled the complete Maryland Doom Fest 2016 lineup, and while the core remains very much in the region’s sphere of heavy downer riffs, the palette has clearly expanded as well.

A broader reach pulls in the likes of Mos Generator, Ruby the Hatchet and Hollow Leg, and while headliners Spirit Caravan are a returning act from the 2015 fest, they’ll be joined by classic heavy rockers Bang and Asylum (Unorthodox by their original name), ensuring that even as the Maryland Doom Fest 2016 reveres its finest exports, it pays strict attention to the lineage from where it all comes and the hometown crowd too. All told, it’s a wide-ranging but universally heavy grouping of bands, from the epic classic metal of Argus to the cult rock of Demon Eye, and while realistically there will probably be a shift or two in the lineup between now and next June — things fall through, people get added, and so on — it looks like it’s going to be a hell of a weekend. If and when I hear of changes, I’ll let you know.

Tickets are on sale today, and I’m honored to have my logo on the poster. Full lineup and links follow:

maryland doom fest 2016

The second edition of a weekend of doom in its purest form.

We are stoked about the second installment of The Maryland Doom Fest with 25 kickass bands!

Tickets sales begin on Monday.

The official Maryland Doom Fest web page will be up and running soon at www.themarylanddoomfest.com

Tickets are on sale now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-maryland-doom-fest-2-weekend-passes-2016-tickets-18924966083

Spirit Caravan
BANG
Asylum (Unorthodox)
Argus
War Injun
Orodruin
Blackfinger
Kelly Carmichael (Internal Void) New Project
Earthen Grave
Black Urn
Doperider
Mos Generator
Hollow Leg
Ruby The Hatchet
Admiral Browning
Pale Divine
Toke
Flummox
Demon Eye
Wicked Inquisition
Seasick Gladiator
Karma to Burn
Eternal Black
King Giant
Spillage
Wasted Theory

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Karma to Burn Debut Two Making of Arch Stanton Behind-the-Scenes Videos

Posted in Bootleg Theater on January 26th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Today, Jan. 26, is an off-date for Karma to Burn‘s current North American tour. Last night, they were in Dallas for show number 18 of the 33-date run. Tomorrow, they’ll be in Albuquerque, New Mexico, alongside Sierra, with whom they’ve been touring in support of the US release of their latest album, Arch Stanton (review here). The instrumental trio, whose roots trace back to guitarist/founder Will Mecum‘s origins in Morgantown, West Virginia, have always done it the hard way, and this stint I’m quite sure is no exception.

But then, there’s always been something argumentative at the heart of Karma to Burn. Since the original lineup of the band came roaring back in 2010 with their fourth full-length, Appalachian Incantation (review here), Karma to Burn have reminded both friends and foes of their uncompromising position when it comes to straight-ahead riffing and the vision at the heart of their project. Mecum, who leads the trio now comprised of himself, drummer Evan Devine and bassist Eric Clutter, is the driving force behind Karma to Burn‘s no-frills heaviness, and half a decade after the group’s rebirth, there’s as little room for argument as ever.

Switzerland-based Snakehill Productions has put together a series of behind-the-scenes videos interviewing Karma to Burn about some of their life on tour and their general feelings and attitudes on being in the band at this point. It’s called “The Making of Arch Stanton,” but the vibe is really more about getting into what it’s like being Karma to Burn than about which amps were used to record “54” or anything like that. Either way, it’s a cool chance to hear MecumDevine and Clutter talk about what they’re listening to and what they dig about playing different songs, as well as their picks for the next in the band’s line of intermittent vocalists.

Remaining tour dates follow the clips below. Enjoy:

Karma to Burn, The Making of Arch Stanton Pt. 3 & 4


Pt. 1 & 2 can be viewed here.

KARMA TO BURN & SIERRA North American Tour

Remaining dates:
1/27/2015 Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM
1/28/2015 The Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
1/30/2015 Loaded – Hollywood, CA
1/31/2015 Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
2/01/2015 Starlite Lounge – Sacramento, CA
2/03/2015 El Corazon – Seattle, WA
2/04/2015 Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver, BC
2/06/2015 Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
2/07/2015 The Shredder – Boise, ID
2/08/2015 Area 51 – Salt Lake City, UT
2/09/2015 Lost Lake Lounge – Denver, CO
2/10/2015 Replay Lounge – Lawrence, KS
2/11/2015 Fubar – St Louis, MO
2/12/2015 Red Line Tap – Chicago, IL
2/13/2015 123 Pleasant Street – Morgantown, WV

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Karma to Burn Confirm North American Tour Dates; Announce Arch Stanton US Release

Posted in Whathaveyou on December 10th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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West Virginian instrumental institution Karma to Burn are kicking off a month of North American touring on Jan. 7 and by astounding coincidence, that same date will mark the official US release of their latest album, Arch Stanton (review here). That record saw issue earlier this year on FABA/Deepdive Records, and it will be the former who reportedly will handle the American pressing, which the trio seem fit to hand deliver from city to city on their cross-country (plus Montreal and Vancouver!) run.

It’s a hell of a slog and while I’m sure places like Albuquerque and Mesa, Arizona, will be vaguely tolerable in January, I don’t think anyone could accuse Karma to Burn of going easy on themselves this time out. The band has spent much of the last several years focusing on Europe, but it seems they’re ready to dive headfirst back into the North American market. Hard not to root for them in the endeavor.

I had thought it was only for those on their mailing list, but it looks like they’ve also made a warts-and-all live recording from an earlier-2014 London gig available for free download as well, as the PR wire informs:

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KARMA TO BURN: Instrumental Stoner Rock Legends Announce 2015 North American Tour Dates; Arch Stanton To See Stateside Release Next Month

West Virginia instrumental stoner rock legends, KARMA TO BURN, will bring their bong-ripping riffery and glassy-eyed grooves to the stage next month on a mammoth live expedition. Scheduled to launch on January 7th, 2015 in Ohio, the band will crumble thirty-three stages across the US and Canada, coming to a close in their home state on February 13th, 2015. The band will be joined by special guests, Canadian riff rockers, Sierra. In the meantime, turn up and tune out to the sounds of KARMA TO BURN deafening London earlier this year. The show is downloadable for a limited time at THIS LOCATION.

KARMA TO BURN — guitarist Will Mecum, bassist Rob Halkett and drummer Evan Devine — will be touring in support of their Arch Stanton long player. Unleashed in Europe this Summer via Switzerland-based Faba Records, Arch Stanton is the band’s sixth studio album and third since reforming following their seven-year hiatus in 2009. Reminiscent of their now iconic Wild Wonderful Purgatory and Almost Heathen offerings, on Arch Stanton, KARMA TO BURN channels the true spirit of the riff rock ritual with seven monumental new shredders and “23,” a classic number never before heard, re-recorded for the first time ever.

KARM TO BURN:
1/07/2015 Ripper’s Rock House – Akron, OH
10/8/2015 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
1/09/2015 31st Street Pub – Pittsburgh, PA
1/10/2015 Hard Luck Bar – Toronto, ON
1/11/2015 Casa Del Popolo – Montreal, QC
1/12/2015 Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
1/13/2015 Geno’s Rock Club – Portland, ME
1/14/2015 TT the Bear’s – Cambridge, MA
1/15/2015 The Shaskeen – Manchester, NH
1/16/2015 Saint Vitus – Brooklyn, NY
1/18/2015 Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD
1/19/2015 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
1/20/2015 Pour House Music Hall – Raleigh, NC
1/21/2015 The Earl = East Atlanta, GA
1/22/2015 Siberia – New Orleans, LA
1/23/2015 Mangos – Houston, TX
1/24/2015 Mohawk – Austin, TX
1/25/2015 Double Wide – Dallas, TX
1/27/2015 Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM
1/28/2015 The Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
1/30/2015 Loaded – Hollywood, CA
1/31/2015 Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
2/01/2015 Starlite Lounge – Sacramento, CA
2/03/2015 El Corazon – Seattle, WA
2/04/2015 Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver, BC
2/06/2015 Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
2/07/2015 The Shredder – Boise, ID
2/08/2015 Area 51 – Salt Lake City, UT
2/09/2015 Lost Lake Lounge – Denver, CO
2/10/2015 Replay Lounge – Lawrence, KS
2/11/2015 Fubar – St Louis, MO
2/12/2015 Red Line Tap – Chicago, IL
2/13/2015 123 Pleasant Street – Morgantown, WV

In conjunction with band’s tour kick off, KARMA TO BURN’s Arch Stanton will see official North American release via Faba Records on January 7th, 2014.

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Karma to Burn Announce Month-Long US Tour

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 28th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

…Actually it’s more like five weeks that West Virginia’s Karma to Burn will spend on the road across the US supporting their 2014 full-length, Arch Stanton (review here). The Morgantown instrumentalists, now with guitarist Will Mecum as the sole remaining founding member alongside bassist Rob Halkett and drummer Evan Devine, will head out right after New Year’s, starting Jan. 7 in Ohio and ending with a hometown gig on Feb. 13.

Those lineup changes have taken place and Karma to Burn have released a self-titled EP and a split with Sons of Alpha Centauri since their last round of North American touring in 2011, so it seems reasonable to expect some difference in stage presence given the different players, etc., but Karma to Burn‘s no-frills core might as well be carved in marble it’s so permanent, and they should be nothing if not recognizable.

Looking forward to finding out:

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Karma to Burn on North American tour!

1/07 AKRON, OH @ RIPPERS ROCK HOUSE
1/08 PHILADELPHIA, PA @ KUNGFU NECKTIE
1/09 PITTSBURGH, PA @ 31ST ST PUB
1/10 TORONTO, ON @ HARD LUCK
1/11 MONTREAL, QC @ CASA DEL POPOLO
1/12 BURLINGTON, VT @ HIGHER GROUND
1/13 PORTLAND, ME @ GENO’S
1/14 BOSTON, MA @ TT THE BEARS
1/15 MANCHESTER, NH @ THE SHASKEEN
1/16 NEW YORK, NY @ SAINT VITUS
1/18 BALTIMORE, MD @ METRO GALLERY
1/19 RICHMOND, VA @ STRANGE MATTER
1/20 RALEIGH, NC @ THE POUR HOUSE
1/21 ATLANTA, GA @ THE EARL
1/22 NEW ORLEANS, LA @ SIBERIA
1/23 HOUSTON, TX @ MANGOS
1/24 AUSTIN, TX @ MOHAWK
1/25 DALLAS, TX @ DOUBLE WIDE
1/27 ALBUQUERQUE, TX @ LAUNCHPAD
1/28 PHOENIX, AZ @ NILE THEATER
1/29 SAN DIEGO, CA @ BRICK BY BRICK
1/30 LOS ANGELES, CA @ LOADED
1/31 SAN FRANCISCO, CA @ BOTTOM OF THE HILL
2/01 SACRAMENTO, CA @ STARLITE LOUNGE
2/03 SEATTLE, WA @ EL CORAZON
2/04 VANCOUVER, BC @ RICKSHAW THEATER
2/06 PORTLAND, OR @ HAWTHORNE THEATER
2/07 BOISE, ID @ SHREDDER
2/08 SALT LAKE CITY, UT @ AREA 51
2/09 DENVER, CO @ LOST LAKE
2/10 LAWRENCE, KS @ REPLAY
2/11 ST. LOUIS, MO @ FUBAR
2/12 CHICAGO IL @ RED LINE TAP
2/13 MORGANTOWN WV @ 123 PLEASANT STREET
04/23 Berlin Germany @ Desert Fest
04/26 London UK @ Desert Fest

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Desertfest London 2015 Adds The Atomic Bitchwax, The Wounded Kings, Lo-Pan, Black Pyramid, Amulet, Desert Storm, Floor and Karma to Burn to Lineup

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 14th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Desertfest London 2015 was due for a big round of adds, and if they had a quota, you can pretty much consider it met. Eight bands were confirmed for the bill of the Camden Town festival today, among them Lo-Pan and Black Pyramid, who’ll also be at Desertfest Berlin together, UK natives The Wounded Kings (who’ll be there with original singer George Birch in the lineup), Desert Storm, Amulet, reunited pummelers Floor, Jersey’s finest power trio The Atomic Bitchwax and instrumentalists Karma to Burn, for whom this will be a return appearance. With SleepRed Fang and Orange Goblin already on the bill, at very least we can surmise Desertfest knows what it likes.

I don’t know how much more there is to come from Desertfest London 2015 — April is still months away, so one assumes plenty — but to look at this lineup already, it’s an enviable assemblage and shows in its variety how far the festival has progressed in its few short years. Minsk and Lo-Pan sharing a bill? Noothgrush and My Sleeping Karma? Seems like whatever poison you want to pick, they can accommodate.

From the PR wire:

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FLOOR, KARMA TO BURN, BLACK PYRAMID, LO-PAN, THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX and more added to the DESERTFEST LONDON 2015 lineup

Once again, DESERTFEST LONDON fired a crushing salvo of heaviness by adding eight more kickass bands to their 2015 lineup. FLOOR, KARMA TO BURN, BLACK PYRAMID, LO-PAN, THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX, AMULET, DESERT STORM and THE WOUNDED KINGS are consequently joining the party, which will take place on April 24-26th in Camden.

Already confirmed:

SLEEP
RED FANG
ORANGE GOBLIN
MY SLEEPING KARMA
NOOTHGRUSH
MINSK
BLACK COBRA
DOPETHRONE
AGRIMONIA
WALK THROUGH FIRE
FLOOR
KARMA TO BURN
BLACK PYRAMID
LO-PAN
THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX
AMULET
DESERT STORM
THE WOUNDED KINGS

DESERTFEST LONDON
April 24-26th 2015 in Camden Town
Koko – Electric Ballroom – The Underworld – The Black Heart

Tickets on sale now AT THIS LOCATION
Hotel & ticket packages info available HERE

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The Atomic Bitchwax, Live at the Purple Turtle, London, UK, April 27, 2011

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audiObelisk Transmission 038

Posted in Podcasts on July 30th, 2014 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Here is the Music Player. You need to installl flash player to show this cool thing!

As I’ve tried not to do since I started making podcasts again, I kept away from a consistent theme this time around, but I wanted to at least get a blend of bands you’ve probably heard and bands maybe you haven’t. Of course the new Sleep was a given, and new cuts from Electric Wizard and Karma to Burn felt like they needed to be there as well, so they are. But there are a few corresponding inclusions of stuff I’ve been digging that I haven’t had the chance to write about yet — looking at you, USA out of Vietnam, Lewis and the Strange Magics and Deamon’s Child — and while I’ve no doubt you’re already down with those and the rest of what’s included here because you’re on it like that, putting them in here seemed a good way to feature them for anyone not yet exposed who might be interested in checking them out.

If that’s you, please enjoy. The second hour, as usual, is consumed by longer songs, but there are a few in the first hour as well (that Electric Wizard track is over 10 minutes, and the Sleep is close to it), but of the podcasts I’ve put together in the last few months, this one easily flows the best. It was pretty late as I was putting it together last night, so I had the headphones on and was working totally without distraction. I know it’s an unrealistic expectation to think anyone will be able to listen in that manner, but if you get the chance or if you don’t, I hope you have a good time.

First Hour:
Sleep, “The Clarity” from Adult Swim Singles Series (2014)
Electric Wizard, “I am Nothing” from Time to Die (2014)
Lewis and the Strange Magics, “Cloudy Grey Cube” from Demo (2014)
USA Out of Vietnam, “You are a Comet, You are on Fire” from Crashing Diseases and Incurable Airplanes (2014)
Serpent Venom, “Lord of Life” from Of Things Seen and Unseen (2014)
Deamon’s Child, “Lutscher!” from Deamon’s Child (2014)
Rabbits, “Reek and Ye Shall Find” from Untoward (2014)
Karma to Burn, “Fifty Seven” from Arch Stanton (2014)
The Heavy Co., “One Big Drag” from Uno Dose (2014)

Second Hour:
Wolf Blood, “Dancing on Your Grave” from Wolf Blood (2014)
Frown, “Harpocrates Unborn” from The Greatest Gift to Give (2014)
Merlin, “Lucifer’s Revenge” from Christ Killer (2014)
Causa Sui, “Incipiency Suite” from Pewt’r Sessions 3 (2014)

Total running time: 1:57:27

 

Thank you for listening.

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