Wednesday, December 30, 2015

I faved this song so I can bathe in blood to it later

I'd consider last night's horrorcast™ a personal high of recent times. I love them all, of course—lucky me I get to sit and play records for an assembled, somewhat-focused group every week, and then they let me babble on microphone! In all seriousness, lots of "catchy" more-trad.-type metal & swinging punk dominated the playlist, which is never a bad thing; it's never a bad time to hear "The Day The World Turned Day-Glo." Not to worry, we got to plenty of "blistering black" later in the program.

The end of the year is always a time of hope for new potentials, new possibilities, and as sad as it was to lose Lemmy, his death feels so perfectly timed to give us all a parting gift of reboot, as in, "I'm out, fuckers, good luck!"

I quite liked the new 7" from Prison Moan, still living off the great Life Stinks LP, the new Expander tape on Caligari, and a 2016 teaser track from Pink Mass. ... More, listeners liked:  Motörhead's classic, ideological plodding-groove anthem "Orgasmatron" | Black Magick SS | Nudity | Muerte | Iancu Dumitrescu | Third Ear Band

Click on the Queens of Evil above, to reach the streaming audio, playlist and comments for last night's program—which in all possible modesty, I deem "a doozy." ...and to follow up on just a fraction of our lively film conversations on the board last night, here are the first four minutes of Hellinger, a low-budget oddity / odyssey that I can't seem to get out of my head:

Want to also plug again the My Castle of Quiet 2015 films & music rundown, because eh, I worked hard on it & you just might like the read. Until next time, Onnellista uutta vuotta!

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