Bonus episode alert: Nate and I chatted about some new tunes that were out for upcoming releases, so I took a moment to put the songs together – with some bonus tunes – and put them out as a bonus episode.
Happy Holidays from the Disciples of the Watch! \,,/ d(> _ <)b \,,/
Metallica: Lux Aeterna ’72 Seasons’ being released April 14, 2023
The Winery Dogs: Xanadu ‘III’ being released on February 3rd, 2023
Metal Church: Never Grow Old ‘Best of Mike Howe 2016-2021’.
Ronnie Romero: The Shining (Black Sabbath cover) ‘Raised on Heavy Radio’ releasing January 27, 2023
Quiet Riot: I Can’t Hold On Appears as a bonus track on a newly remastered version of the group’s 2008 album ‘Rehab’
2022 is drawing to a close, but we still have more podcasts coming atcha. In THIS episode we’re going to catch up, share some music and news, and spin some independent bands from Brazil and Greece: About2Crash & O.Y.D.
Happy Holidays, from us to you. Take care, stay safe and live and let live. \,,/ d(> _ <)b \,,/
SONG 2 Artist: O.Y.D. Location: Greece from the Album: Indigo the Song is: Going Ballistic Link: https://oydband.com/
Stay tuned to this feed or subscribe as we’ve got more Independent Music Specials coming to wrap the year, as well as that ‘My Life in Four Songs’ with LC from C&F, PLUS I’ll be doing a ‘best of’ IMS episode!
Disciples!! We’re back from Rock-N-Pod and ready to rock!
In this episode we’ll discuss some current events, well check in to see what Nate’s been listening to lately, we’ll enjoy some independent music from Junkhead Jane and The Last Martyr, and we’ll wrap the show discussing Loudersound’s list of 10 Banned Rock + Metal Music Videos.
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What’s Nate been listening to?
Artist: King Diamond Album: The Dark Sides Song: The Lake
Seventh Star is the twelfth studio album by British band Black Sabbath, released in January 1986. The release came at a difficult time as the group had just finished a highly contentious tour, experiencing conflicts within the band. With guitarist and songwriter Tony Iommi being the sole original member left, musicians Geoff Nicholls, Eric Singer, and Dave Spitz contributed to the album, playing keyboards, drums, and bass, respectively. Glenn Hughes, ex-Deep Purple bassist and vocalist, was lead singer but did not play bass on this release. Musically, it features a blues rock influenced sound that moved from the group’s traditional heavy metal to a more eclectic style.
The album was the group’s first release without bassist Geezer Butler, who left the band in 1984 after the aforementioned Born Again tour. It was originally written, recorded, and intended to be the first solo album by Iommi, as shown by the musical experimentation. However, due to pressures by Warner Bros. Records and the prompting of band manager Don Arden, the record was billed as Black Sabbath featuring Tony Iommi. Later releases label the album as simply by Black Sabbath.
Despite the issues behind the release’s production, it earned major commercial success, reaching #78 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Album: Thunder in the East
Song: Crazy Nights
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