It’s time again to go back in time, all the way to 1974. In part 4 of Time Travel Radio series we share some historical tidbits, share pop-culture information, and most importantly – playing some well known and far lesser known releases from 1974. (Spoiler alert: No Black Sabbath!)
Tune in, turn up and tune out the rest of the world.
I hope your soul is prepared – Volume 13 is here!! This is Part two of the August releases. Lots of GREAT tunes from USA, Canada, Isreal, Belarus, Costa Rica – you know what, just tune in to check it out!
In this episode we’ll discuss current events, Nate’s got a tune to share; we’ll enjoy some independent music from Old Man Wizard and Chronicles of Hate, then we’ll wrap the show discussing “The Best Metal Album of Each Year Since 1970” according to Loudwire.com.
——————————————————- What’s Nate been listening to? ——————————————————- Artist: Misfits Album: Misfits Collection 1 – 1986 Song: Where Eagles Dare
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——————————————————- INDEPENDENT INTERMISSION ——————————————————- SONG 1 Artist: Old Man Wizard Location: San Diego California from the Album: Kill Your Servants Quietly (11/2021) the Song is: Kill Your Servants Link: http://oldmanwizard.com/ ——————————————————-
——————————————————- INDEPENDENT INTERMISSION ——————————————————- SONG 2 Artist: Chronicles of Hate Location: Pisa, Italy from the Album: Birth of Hate the Song is: Bet on Tragedy Link: http://www.chroniclesofhate.com ——————————————————-
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——————————————————- STAY TUNED ——————————————————- Stay tuned to this feed or subscribe as we’ve got a Track-by-Track on Soulfly’s ‘TOTEM’ coming up, as well as August’s ‘Independent Music Specials’ and even a new installment of Time Travel Radio!
Who is ready to discuss and rank some Alice In Chains? Well, you’re in luck as we finally put their discography (with a couple of EPs and an Unplugged album) in our personally-preferred order and compare to Loudersound.com’s list.
We also include special guest lists from Lil’ Willy (A2Z Radio) and the hosts from Cobras and Fire.
So fire up that lava lamp and enjoy! \,,/ d(> _ <)b \,,/
Holy hell where has the year gone? It’s August already and we’re staring down both barrels of the holiday season. (Trust me – it’ll be here before you know it.) Luckily, we have some great tunes and some great discussion to distract you from the thought of impending family get-togethers that may make you consider relocating into the mountainous forest of the upper-midwest. (Or wherever works for your in the country that you call home.)
In this episode we’ll discuss current events, Nate’s got a tune to share; we’ll enjoy some independent music from Quiescent Mantis and Narwhale, then we’ll wrap the show sharing our personal top 5 Pantera songs and sharing Phil Anselmo’s top 5 as well!
——————————————————- What’s Nate been listening to? ——————————————————- Artist: Testament Album: The Gathering Song: Eyes Of Wrath ——————————————————-
——————————————————- INDEPENDENT INTERMISSION ——————————————————- SONG 2 Artist: Narwhale Location: Spain from the Album: El Espacio Interior the Song is: Los Anillos de Saturno Link: https://narwhale.bandcamp.com/ ——————————————————- If you’re in a band and you’d like to be considered to be played on the Disciples of the Watch podcast, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org ——————————————————-
——————————————————- STAY TUNED ——————————————————- Stay tuned to this feed or subscribe as we’ve got 2 more Independent Music Special episodes cued up for July releases and there’s even more great music for your listening pleasure! Plus, Nate and I (and possibly some special guests) will be ranking Alice In Chains’ discography from Worst-to-Best, so stay tuned for that.
Life-long cover hater* Bakko from the Cobras & Fire podcast was nice enough to join me for a special episode of One Mother of a Cover where he shares an actual cover song that he likes! Tune in to hear The Who original and W.A.S.P.’s cover of ‘The Real Me’ – and I even throw in a bonus cover at the end, just for kicks.
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* – Just kidding. (Or am I? Tune in to find out….) ** – Show correction: ‘Mean Man’ was a featured single from this album. Suck it Bakko