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We’re joined on this episode by Riley Gale, vocalist of one of the greatest metal bands to ever hail from the great state of Texas: Power Trip. Join us as we talk about chronic back injuries, avant garde literature and comic books, the recording of Nightmare Logic, touring with Lamb of God, Southern rap, religion, and turning down a tour with Phil Anselmo. This is a top-5 episode of Toilet Radio so don’t miss out.
Mardi Gras is tomorrow, so I hope you have your beer, beads, and creepy baby Jesus cakes on standby.
Back online and brimming with riffs!
One of the things about following a
toilet-fetishmetal blog day in, day out, is that you start to become overwhelmed with new music. I, like many Toileteers, have a backlog of music of various subgenres that I sincerely mean to get to, but I get home from work and play a gazillion hours of Overwatch instead. Inevitably, I end up making a lot of quick judgements about material that deserve deeper listens. Too often I hear good black or death metal and neglect it simply because of the overfamiliarity. Between yelling at my cats, the weather, sports, video games, and the Dipshit-In-Chief, I’m too busy and angry to devote proper time to new music unless it really grabs my attention. With that, let me tell you why I cannot stop jamming the first official full-length, A Subtler Kind of Light, from progressive black/thrash/hard-to-generically-define band, Locust Leaves.