In this episode we’ll discuss current events, what’s Nate been listening to, independent music from Saints Of Death and Gape, we’ll discuss some tidbits from the music-related podcast community in the Podcast Roundup, and we’ll wrap the show sharing our 10 Favorite Bands/Artists, regardless of genre.
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In this segment, our friends contribute via social media or other means, to give me 5 songs that they would use to turn someone on to a band that they enjoy.
Gene – Scorpions (Uli Jon Roth era.)
Fly to the Rainbow
The Sail of Charon
Artist: Saints Of Death
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
from the Album: Saints Of Death
the Song is: Army of the Dead
Location: Hobart, Tasmania Australia
from the Album: Exploit The Moist
the Song is: Prolapsed Pleasures
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 at email@example.com
FINAL DISCUSSION TOPIC or SEGMENT:
Our 10 Favorite Bands/Artists, regardless of genre.
Nate’s Top 10 favorite bands:
– Pink Floyd
– King Diamond
– Alice In Chains
– David Allan Coe
– Johnny Paycheck
Gene’s Top 10 favorite bands:
Artist: The Scorpions
Album: In Trance
Song: In Trance
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In this episode we’ll discuss current events, what’s Nate been listening to, independent music from Kobaloi from the Brainard Lakes area in Minnesota, and we’ll take a look at VH1’s list of the “top 13 Heavier than Hell Satanic Metal Bands of all time.”
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What’s Nate been listening to?
Notes: In honor of Philthy Animal Taylors passing. Over played song but I still love it and the drums are solid.
Album: Ace Of Spades
Song: Ace Of Spades
This episode we’ll discuss current events, what’s Nate been listening to, independent music from Cantharone out of St. Paul, MN and we’re returning with the Word Association with Nate drilling me with the questions.
6. Nick Sycks has announced as of yesterday that he was leaving the band Ghost Hook from St. Paul, Minnesota. The split is amicable, as the band is stepping up their shows and whatnot and Nick felt he was not able to continue with the commitment level required by the band. Good luck to Ghost Hook and Nick in their future endeavors.
7. Mortificator from Minneapolis, Minnesota has announced that they’ll be returning to 14:59 Studios to record a ‘bonus track’ for last year’s demo ‘The 14:59 Sessions’ and will then release the demo with the bonus track on CD. You can currently get the demo via free download at http://mortificator.bandcamp.com
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Word association to wrap!
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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
A show about Hard Rock and Heavy Metal music and news, both Independent and the 'Big Time' bands!