Savvy Shoppers: Pick Up Complete Discographies On Bandcamp!

Did I ever tell you guys about the time I purchased Crowhurst’s entire digital discography on Bandcamp?

What’s the Deal With #MetalBandCampGiftClub?

Many of the writers and readers here at Toilet ov Hell are big fans of Bandcamp. For those not in the know, Bandcamp is “an online music store, as well as a platform for artist promotion”, which features a dizzying array of heavy metal (and music from all genres), the ability to purchase music and add it to your Bandcamp “collection”, and is extremely user-friendly and easy to navigate. Music players from the site are easy to embed within blogs and social media pages. As Celtic Frosty pointed out in his article on this very site (above), musical gifts can be given to friends and colleagues with a few simple clicks and keystrokes. Bandcamp is great for supporting artists, too, as most of the money from purchases goes directly to the artist (minus a nominal fee Bandcamp collects for the service).

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Donald Crowhurst (above) and Crowhurst, LA (below)

Donald Crowhurst (above) and Crowhurst, LA (below)

I am solely a digital consumer of music. The death throes of physical media for me happened when the CD player shit out in my car a few years back, and I thought it would be silly to spend money to fix it when I had the luxury to play my iPhone through an adapter that plays music through FM radio. The standard data plan I already had gives me more than enough GB to stream music through apps like Spotify (of which I subscribe to a Premium account) and Bandcamp. The only way I could play a CD if I wanted to would be in my laptop computer, which, conveniently, is already connected to the internet. If I can’t find an album on Spotify, I check Bandcamp, and if I can’t find an album on Bandcamp, I check YouTube, which is perfect for binging on low fidelity recordings of early powerviolence bands (you might need to turn your speakers up, below). I’m hoping to buy a record player and start collecting vinyl in the near future, but I haven’t yet, so it’s a pointless thing to bring up here.

Even some of you diehard Bandcamp users may not be familiar with a feature I recently discovered from the service: purchasing an artist’s entire digital discography at one time. Here is how I found out about it: I was fooling around in the Toilet Ov Hell Facebook group sometime last December, when regular reader and stand up guy [Disqus handle] Richter mentioned to me that I could purchase Crowhurst’s entire discography on Bandcamp for a paltry sum. Richter knew I was a fan, as I had covered his / their (below) music for this site before. If my memory serves it was $15, U.S. currency, for what Crowhurst had on his Bandcamp at the time, seventy two albums. Seventy two albums, for fifteen dollars. Richter and I joked about my body dissolving into radio static and becoming the void; amusing as it was, this was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.

2015’s In Case You Missed: Crowhurst

crowhurstdiscohowtobuyI discovered buying the Crowhurst discography was just as easy and user friendly as buying a single album on Bandcamp. I clicked “Buy Now” and Bandcamp walked me through a couple of simple steps to complete my purchase. I was already familiar with logging into PayPal to make lightning fast and impulsive purchases, so it was a matter of minutes and I was finished.

At present, I own 119 albums on Bandcamp, and as mentioned, 72 of those are albums I bought from Crowhurst in one fell swoop. Sadly, Crowhurst released and uploaded four albums almost immediately following my Bandcamp purchase: his split with T.O.M.B. (on which “Insect Breath” is fucking excellent), Human Capture, Isolator, and The Mountain of the Cannibal Goddess, wholly savage harsh noise wall (which Toilet writer Link ninja assassin’d into a news roundup as “acid experimental black metal” and no one noticed!)

To give you an idea about how wide and varied this discography is, consider two of my favorite releases on it (besides the aforementioned Crowhurst): the No Life To Live 2015 remaster, and Crowhurst’s split with Intestinal Disgorge. No Life To Live is, based on some quick off the head crazy gorilla math, roughly two hours of drones, soft warm noise, weirdo sound effects, and even a bit of tribal singing on “Run For Your Life”. The original was remastered by none other than Steve Austin from Today Is The Day. It sounds amazing in headphones, and I was able to complete this entire piece in less than its runtime. The Devil’s Experiment (Crowhurst / Intestinal Disgorge, given that title on the cover but not on Bandcamp) is No Life To Live’s diametric opposite. It clocks in at about eight minutes, and alternates between short lived blasts of goregrind and glitched out noise effects. It stops and starts jarringly in staccato bursts. It’s a real life audio freakshow, and honestly, I wish it were longer.

Offering an entire discography is a slick marketing strategy, perfect for completionists and for those who want to support bands while carefully stretching their dollars. Next up I have my eye on the complete discography from Broken Limbs Recordings (25 releases for $18.33 U.S.). It features releases from Caïna, Krieg, Venowl, Immortal Bird, and many more. In the meantime, friends, I’ll be still sifting through the Crowhurst discography, as my body slowly turns ethereal.

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Have you discovered any great discography deals of your own? Sound off, below.

Dual Crowhurst images via & via

 

  • COAL ROLL

    Dark Descent needs to do this

    • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

      Holy shit, that would end everything.

  • I’m most proud of my Darkthrone vinyl discography. Well technically it’s not the full discography, I still need a lot of the releases but I have my favorites at least. I think I have over 10 releases on vinyl including the one boxset (Which I only bought because of the book). My Vlad Tepes discography collection is comforting as well. Last night I just finished building my Black Cilice discography.

    • COAL ROLL

      Tyree what’s your take on Full Dynamic Range versions of previous recordings?

      • Óðinn

        More range should = better.

        • Edward/Breegrodamus™

          I could see the appeal of leaving certain old recordings be, since that is part of the charm, i.e. low-fi black metal or pv (like the album linked in this post!)

          • brokensnow

            or delta blues and first wave folk americana.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Exactly right.

          • brokensnow

            I want my Woody Guthrie to sound like cow shit and feel like rusy razors,dammit! lol, I’m startin to sound like BM fans here….

          • Óðinn

            Yeah, I understand your point. Some Metal doesn’t really need a higher dynamic range. Also, many classic albums were recorded in analog for vinyl masters too, and should be capable of higher dynamic ranges already. Increasing loudness and compression is something that has progressed on newer recordings.

      • I can take it or leave it. I’m not too picky. Depends I guess.

      • COAL ROLL

        looking at this FRD wax version for Altars of Madness that’s coming out. Prob a big improvement from the original CD I have

    • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

      Only physical copies are real.

      • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

        Counterpoint: What if a band only has the means to release their fantastic album digitally?

        • brokensnow

          Then they arnt kreig

        • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

          Sucks to be them. And then I wait for a physical. I can still listen on bandcamp or youtube.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Right on, i was just curious on your perspective. I enjoy physical copies the most, but I have been known to buy digitally in certain situations.

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            I’ve still never purchased a digital release.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Damn.

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            I’ve honestly been collecting, albums, cds, since I was like 11-12. Got my dad’s old turntable and albums and was hooked.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Same here. Collecting is fun.

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            Indeed. Love it. Total addiction.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Addiction is the best word. It really sucks when you collect more than one thing. My comic collection hasn’t grown much in recent months due to my music purchases.

          • And of course now that I’m really trying to stop alcohol, this addiction takes a stronger presence. Hahaha!

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Music is better for you

          • Hailz!

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            Yeah, I have a comic, baseball card, and albums collection. But the former two I hardly ever purchase unless I luck out. And I strictly collect vintage for both comics and baseball cards.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            My main goal for comics is to complete my Robert E Howard characters collection, so mostly vintage but it does run into current books

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            I thought about starting a stamp collection once when the post office was selling these sweet Johnny Cash stamps, but I didn’t pull the trigger on it, lol

          • Woooo! STAMPS FUCKING RULE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Probably saved myself from a lifetime of people making fun of me.

          • Yo dawg, check out my choice collection of stamps homes.

          • I have a small collection of lucky cat statues. Y’know. The things at the cash register at asian restaurants. I’m not sure how it even happened.

          • Dude, I have a collection of toy John Deere tractors.

          • JOHN DEERE >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

          • Yeah, my Dad always bought them for me as a kid. Just stuck for some reason.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Perhaps you like to eat Chinese and you got the lucky cat statues as presents for being a loyal, well-paying customer?

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            I have two pretty legit Russian nesting dolls. If I see more, I’ll get ’em.

          • brokensnow

            I have over 200 books printed before 1890.

          • Das a lotta books!

          • That’s a collection that at least has some sophistication to it.

          • brokensnow

            most of they are in languages i cant read or are outdated school books.lol, i like em cuz of the age. I have loots of modern works as well.

          • [jealous]

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            Hahaha. So it goes. I remember wanting the Robert Johnson stamp when it came out, but never did.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            I bought those

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            I once saw some Harvey Milk stamps that looked dope, too.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            I have a Janis Joplin set as well

          • Eliza

            I want a Janis Joplin set.

          • “stamp collection, ha-ha!” -nelson muntz

          • It really is. I just hate the nightmares (Literally) that go with it. Actually dreaming of my collection being stolen or destroyed is a recurring nightmare I have.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Those thoughts cross my mind every now and then. Makes me shutter

          • Scary, bro.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Considering the amount of money that goes into such collection…I rather get stabbed to death.

          • Just total death.

          • Óðinn

            Total Soul Rape.

          • Ayyyyyyyy.

          • brokensnow

            had most ov my dvd, music and coin collection by my exs family.

          • Wow. Assholes. Sorry to hear.

          • brokensnow

            ya. gotta start over on my horror collection

          • That’s a real bummer man. That would just completely soul drain me. Good luck.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I began collecting albums again a 2 years ago. Which means I have to do an awful lot of catch-up. The feeling is terrible.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            I do not envy that

          • Stockhausen

            Mmmmm.

          • cosigned.

        • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

          Only digital release = fail

          • only digital release = i’m fucking broke as-is.

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            Very good point.

          • Hahaha!

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Independent bands can’t afford it sometimes.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            True. Still if I really like an album, I love to see the physical copy shine in the rack.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Oh hell yes, I completely agree. I just wanted to garner some conversation.

            I’ve held off buying albums because bands say the physical release will come at a later date.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Case and point!
            Qyick question: What is the verdict on the new Scab cassette?

          • Still looking into it. We just finished getting the album mastered.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Solid man! Keep us in the loop.

        • Edward/Breegrodamus™

          I think, but I wouldn’t swear, that the first few Slugdge releases were digital only.

          • brokensnow

            They were, till 2 months ago.

          • They were also name your price so technically you didn’t have to buy them i guess.

      • Maik Beninton™

        << doesn't understand the deal with having a physical copy.

        • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

          See below conversation about collecting.

        • i definitely understand it, but it’s also not my thing. having said that, i collect lots of other stuff in life, so i have zero room to poke others for doing it with music 😉

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            What do you collect Jimmy?

          • get ready to laugh…
            Pacific Rim action figures.

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Laughter of pure joy and excitation!!!! I love that movie.

            Plus, you’re talking to a comic book and action figure collector as well

          • i’ll take some pics and show you on FB!

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Hot damn!

          • Maik Beninton™

            Oh, well, me too, I am a collector type of person, used to do with stick figures and complete soccer albums. I only do it with world cup now.

          • brokensnow

            wat the hell is a soccer album?

          • Maik Beninton™

            It’s an album with a soccer theme, which you put stickers of players and such. https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSZ8MVO7yMRRQBt8W8W6RZqai8ikuFw4DeqRt5kVUWsGacM8cReiv8ucf-c

      • hahahaha, this is a 100% true statement. made funnier even so, by your and my discussion about “only ____ is real” from a while ago!

  • brokensnow

    soundtrack playing on evildeads radio.

  • CyberneticOrganism

    Saving bandcamp money to funnel toward pedalboard money

  • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

    It’s really cool when bands/labels do this. Hypnotic Dirge has 55 albums for 10 bucks, and i remember seeing dickcrush’s disco for 10 bucks as well.
    I come across this stuff all the time and it puts a smile on my face.

    Now only if we could get an entire bands discography on vinyl for $15…

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Fifty five albums for ten dollars?!

      I don’t recognize a lot of that stuff, but I do recognize A Nest of Ravens in the Throat of Time.

      • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

        Yep, i made that purchase kind of blindly. Don’t regret it, there are some good albums that i have enjoyed. To include the aforementioned one

    • Judging from my last Half Price Books visit, you can get Alabama’s entire discography on vinyl for about $5.

      • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

        Ha! You got me there. Touche good sir.

    • Celtic Frosty

      When Hypnotic Dirge first put their disco up for sale it was 1 dollar. I bought the shit out of it.

      • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

        Haha!

  • It wasn’t on bandcamp, but having only heard Evangelion and Satanist, I went exploring through Behemoth’s back catalog last night. I bought all the things. Fucking Grom is the fucking shit I had no idea they were that good early on. Apostasy and Demigod rip as well.

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Honestly I am kind of a Behemoth noob.

      • brokensnow

        I honestly think it brings less derp and baggage.

      • They started as really good black and eventually transitioned to really good black/death. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtTa0Q7exxY

        • brokensnow

          LIKE A TEN TON BRICK
          https://youtu.be/eei6VpNMwWs

          • Some of the worst production ever. So bad.

          • I like this album, but I hate how he sounds like he has a sock in his mouth half the time.

          • That, and it sounds so plastic and mechanical. Drum triggers galore!

          • I must not have an ear for drum things cause I didn’t even notice there was triggering lol.

          • Damn, dude.

          • I’m a simple man. If I like what I hear I listen to it and don’t really pick apart what im listening to, though maybe I should.

          • Well, that’s why you dig tech death I guess. You like that sound.

          • Perhaps, though I’ve been removing a lot of the sterile sounding tech bands from my playlist lately and I’ve gotten pretty annoyed at the ones that don’t write actual songs and just fap on their guitar the whole album. With the exception of Achspire, because im me.

          • brokensnow

            lol, I think you’re talking to the wrong kvlt bruh, bro.

          • Spear

            It’s pretty easy to tell on the kick. If it sounds more like a “thwack,” it’s probably triggered, and if it sounds like a “thud,” it’s probably not. Triggering is used to even out the sound and bring the drums forward, but at the sacrifice of the organic feel.

          • It’s monotone sounding. That’s the give away. Every hit is the same.

          • CyberneticOrganism

            I hate that “double-tracked at all times” vocal style too

          • brokensnow

            and crushes music snobs anyway.

          • “like a ten ton hammer, SON!”

          • brokensnow

            bauner nauner ner ner

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            IIIIIII CAAAAANNNNN FEEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLL THIS PAIN IS REEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLL I HAAAAAATE DEEP DOOOOOOOOWN INSIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIDE

          • brokensnow

            something something saddle, derka derka paddle….

    • Spear

      Fuck yeah. Behemoth has always been solid.

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        I think Behemoth definitely needs a good dose of black metal in their sound though. Demigod was positively crushing, but I sorta missed the lack of black metal in The Apostasy and Evangelion. It was a very good thing they brought it back for The Satanist.

        • Spear

          Agreed on all counts. The Satanist had just the right amounts of death and black.

    • 365ChaosRiddenDays

      Try to check “Pandemonic Incantations” and “Zos Kia Cultus” as well, maybe their best two albums.

  • Spear

    Now you too can own the Tribunal Records full digital discography for the low, low price of $1017.80! https://tribunalrecords.bandcamp.com/album/reforged

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Gah!

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Hey, you aren’t kidding. Savings of 30%, lol

    • Wow, three people actually bought it.

      • Spear

        Thankfully, I’m pretty sure that’s just the album I linked to. Though I guess when you think about it, that’s not actually that bad for almost 200 albums.

      • I know I recognize one of those nerds….

  • I think I’ve gotten about 1,367 emails from Agonia about this.

  • Óðinn

    I think it’s funny that he has an album titled Fuck You Dave Grohl.

    http://www.metal-archives.com/images/5/3/9/7/539737.jpg?1928

    • CyberneticOrganism

      featured comment ^^^

    • may the record show that their sentiment is not echoed by the Toilet.

  • I hope you got this split as part of your purchase. The Bleak song crushes. I listen to it daily.
    https://crowhurst.bandcamp.com/album/bleak-crowhurst-split

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Deuce, I’ve listened to that split but it came out after I bought all of these albums. I like both tracks a lot! It is Name Your Price, as are several of the other “missing” albums.

  • Óðinn

    This was some decent shit from last year:

    https://youtu.be/mnYYelPvCXs

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Crowhurst II should be out this summer I believe, with members of Caïna and Ævangelist playing in the band this time.

      • Óðinn

        That sounds fucking fantastic.

        • Edward/Breegrodamus™

          I think it will be. Highly unlikely but I’d shit if they brought back Eugene S. Robinson in another guest spot.

  • Although the appeal of purchasing an entire discovery in one feel swoop is a incredible deal, I really rather take the time to really digests an album at a time. When I have bought multiple artists at a time, I tend to move on from before I can full appreciate each of the albums I bought. Know what I mean?

    Also, lol @fuck you dave grohl

    GL

    • I feel u, dawg.

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      GL, I have legitimately felt over the last couple of years like I attempt to listen to too much music, i.e. too much variety and that I wished I listened to records 100s of times like I used to. I’ve listened to records I really enjoyed and basically forgot about until they popped back into my mind at some future date.

      • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

        Too many bands. My mantra ’til death.

        • Speaking of “mantra” apparently their is new Lord Mantis shit floating around. Anyone hear it yet? Any good?

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            I thought it sounded okay, didn’t blow me away.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Let me guess what the problem is: no Fell?

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            That could be it; it’s just not as thick and oppressive as their earlier stuff.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Current Lord Mantis is basically Indian. And to be honest, From All Purity bored me. It sounded cool for the first two songs, but about halfway through the album, the “isn’t this over yet?” feeling popped up.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Yeah, someone recently schooled me with all of the stuff that happened with both bands, sounded pretty fucked up. I really dug (and still do) Indian’s Guiltless but I’m inclined to agree about From All Purity.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I just listened to the new Lord Mantis song. I actually think it kinda sucks…

          • Alright, going to check out now.

          • Yeah, this is not doing it for me. They have gone progressively down hill since Pervertor which is my favorite by them. Also, not sure if it’s the soundcloud player or not, but the quality of production is super dry.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I thought Pervertor and Death Mask were both great. This just sounds completely uneventful and lacks atmosphere. Seriously, it has none of the darkness and oppression of their previous stuff. Fail.

          • Death Mask was great. Pervertor has always been my preferred album by them though. This track was stale for sure. Don’t know man.

      • These are my listening habits. I probably listen to the same albums for 2 months straight and sprinkle in new ones as I go. Helps me get a true feel for what I’m listening to.

        • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

          I’m the exact opposite. I’m always bouncing across genres, and listening to, at the very least, 12 new bands a week. Not very many though that get me to break open my shriveled little wallet, though.

          • Yeah, I can’t do it like that. Musical overload for me. Whatever works, I like to find good albums and give em a good listen.0

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            It does help that I have a very short attention span (I actually do have ADD), that way I can take in a lot of music and keep going.

      • maybe it’s time to start just skimming through the music

    • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

      I run into the same problem sometimes. It makes me feel bad.

      • I tend to really on purchase music that “wows” me. Like, tongue hitting the floor “wow”. Which, full disclosure, is only like 5 times a year. Which is pathetic…

        • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

          I try to weed out the best i can, but impulse buys…

          • Impulse buys is one of the reasons I have not set up a permanent Bandcamp account. Too tempting!

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Haha! Wise decision. Too many cool things come across my feed…

          • I’ve gotten better with impulse buys, and I try to limit myself to a certain number of music purchases per paycheck. Then sometimes I fail miserably and buy a bunch of things and there’s usually one thing that I end up not liking as much as I thought I did.

          • Just one thing you do not end up liking? U sure, bro??

          • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

            Buying physical helps me keep stuff in line.
            Sometimes…

    • Yea I feel you. There are times i buy a bunch of shit and then 6 months later a song I’ve never heard comes on shuffle and I’m just like “whoa what is this?”

  • Edward/Breegrodamus™

    Currently playing this which I discovered from snooping on the Crowhurst Facebook page:

    https://uvb76noise.bandcamp.com/album/a-narrow-swimming-pool-of-melted-black-leather

  • Have you listened to all 6544466977 Crowhurst albums yet, Edddddward?

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      I’ve listened to most of them, actually.

      • So your conscious dissolution into the Void is nigh…

  • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

    Bro, check out my collection.

    • Derp.

    • swing and a miss!

    • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

      Lol, that’s my collection nowadays, since I went digital years ago! My actual CDs are off collecting dust over in the box, unless it’s something that’s not on Youtube (like the Javelin/Lowy CD I have, or Gridlock’s super-limited ‘Traces Live’ CD).

  • Eliza

    I wonder if Bancamp will ever surpass iTunes.

    • Dave Vincent’s Perm

      I wonder if the end of the month will ever actually come so I can finally fucking buy Scar Sighted on the box set.

      • Eliza

        Life’s important questions.

      • Edward/Breegrodamus™

        Seen a lot of very happy people that picked up that set, many said it was pretty extravagant.

        • Eliza

          It looks neat.

        • Dave Vincent’s Perm

          It’s a shame the self released dist of the album didn’t have the box set as an option, so I’ll have to buy it from the label. I guess profound lore are a decent label.
          Also, am I the only one who heard a lot of Immolation in that album?

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Loved the album (maybe my favorite from last year), and that didn’t occur to me, but sure, I would not disagree.

          • Dave Vincent’s Perm

            Particularly in this song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy53VkIZJwA everyone remembers it for the mental clean bit, but to me the rest of the song really sounds like something off Here in After.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I’d still take Here in After over this anyday.

      • RJA

        As much as I want to – I’m not dropping 60-70 dollars on that – I’m not going to do it (I keep telling myself that).

        • Dave Vincent’s Perm

          I’m talking about the CD box set. A certain family member sold my record player and kept the money.

          • RJA

            oh.. I would say absolutely buy the CD box set!

          • Dave Vincent’s Perm

            Fucking 6 days mane

    • Boss the “Hoss” Ross

      Too many normies use itunes

    • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

      I thought ITunes went the way of Myspace back in 2008.

  • JWEG

    I’ve only taken advantage so far of one Complete Discography offer on Bandcamp: https://spacegodritual.bandcamp.com/music

    That’s a good example of a Discography offer that came and went relatively quickly, though. And probably should prompt me to act faster on some of the others I’ve looked up. I just don’t have the funds to do so, though.

  • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

    RIP, Phife Dawg (Tribe Called Quest). As the celebrity death train of 2016 rolls on……….

    http://www.tmz.com/2016/03/23/phife-dawg-dead/

  • yes, Bandcamp is my favorite online tool after Disqus, but watch out for albums that disappear. if memory serves, Sanzu had to take their debut LP off of Bandcamp for label purposes. hopefully everyone had those MP3’s downloaded already!

    • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

      Youtube and Youtube downloader are still my preferred option nowadays. And if I like the band enough, then I go and buy it. I still don’t use BC very often, but it’s definitely useful.