Sunday Jam Session

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*sips morning coffee, pensively looks out window, ponders Satan*

Welcome to Sunday. Primary objective: share what you’ve been enjoying in the last week.

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Look, we get it. Some of you may be coming back from church right now. Some of you may be nursing hangovers. Some of you may be doing nothin’ in particular. So let’s dispense with the high concepts and in-depth journalistic motherfuckery and get down to some cool shit we want others to check out.

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Albums, books, films, shows, beer, music gear, whatevs. Jump down to the comments and recommend something so we can all run out & give it a try.

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  • Tim Wilsön

    essay while listening to Brother Ali’s Shadows on the sun, reall hiphop

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      I saw him at that RTJ show the other night. He got on stage for one track. I’ve actually seen him a bunch though since we live in the same spot.

      • Tim Wilsön

        ahhh man we never get much indie hip hop over here, besides RTJ and Atmosphere

        • Edward/Breegrodamus™

          Rhymesayers is from Minnesota so I’ve seen related acts more times than I could count.

    • Boss the Ross
    • Check the new Apollo Brown album if you’re in the mood for some good hip hop.
      http://youtu.be/aYdj_YGsQ1Y

      • Tim Wilsön

        sounding good!

    • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

      My roomy got me into this guy recently.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w87Ij7tyiEQ

  • KJM, Shake Zula
  • Maik Beninton™

  • KJM, Shake Zula

    Listening to much Acid King in anticipation of tomorrow’s show
    https://acidking.bandcamp.com/releases

    • Boss the Ross

      That show will be bad ass.

      I’m seeing Clutch on Thursday, they’re a band that I already listen to at some point everyday, but damn am I excited. Psychic Warfare has been played at least once a day, sometimes a lot more, since it came out.

    • Between The Buried & Smee

      I’m seeing them open for Yob and Black Cobra on Thursday! Time to figure out which three songs Yob are going to play.

  • Boss the Ross

    I’ve been on a bandcamp binge for the past 2 weeks or so. My mood has been mainly had some black metal leanings, but I’ve found some other decent stuff as well.
    List to follow.

    • Bandcamp binges are the bane of my existence.

      Or else they’re the only thing keeping me alive?

      • Hubert

        RIP wallet

    • share with us your username!

      • Boss the Ross

        Username is also Boss the Ross

  • RJA

    My main listen this week was Toxaemia – Buried to Rise. Early 90’s Swedish death metal.
    Dan Swano remastered it, Dark Descent released it – can’t go wrong with that pairing.

  • Maik Beninton™
  • Eliza

    I listened to some songs by a band called Nocturnus. Good stuff.

  • Morning wood doom. (RFI)

  • dr.derelict

    I have a ton of work to do today, so of course I’ve been re-reading Pale Fire and listening to old Mutilation Rites. https://mutilationrites.bandcamp.com/

    • Mutilation Rites is tasty stuff.
      Nabokov can get bent.

  • Stanley

    I finally picked up this LP from NWN! Great running jamz. Hopefully it will lead me to a PR at next Sunday’s NY marathon.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VU_AqJaIniE

  • Edward/Breegrodamus™

    We just watched The Constant Gardener, good flick.

    • I watched “Worlds Greatest Dad” and “Tig” last night. All very good. All very dark.

      • Edward/Breegrodamus™

        I’m not familiar with either of those to the best of my knowledge. I’d check them out though!

        • World’s Greatest Dad is a black comedy with Robin Williams. Directed and written by Bobcat Goldthwait. Tig is a documentary on the comedian Tig Notaro.
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eO7kJ0j4Qzw
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npikifRBREc

          • Did you see God Bless America Tyree? Also made by Bobcat.

          • I was having this conversation with someone last night. I have not, I really want to though. I see that it’s on Netflix. So I’ll check it out.

          • Another dark comedy that rips on pop culture pretty good, you’ll definitely like it.
            http://youtu.be/NaEjtiqCw4Q

          • RJA

            “I only want to kill people who deserve to die” that’s classic – gonna have to watch this.

          • Do it, totally worth it.

          • more beer

            That is a crazy movie.

      • Óðinn

        I’ve never actually seen this, but I think that actress you like is in it.

        https://youtu.be/xE94RKIE7xQ

    • CyberneticOrganism

      “Man, this guy just won’t stop gardening! Stop already! Enough!”

      – The Constant Gardener

      • more beer

        And he`s not even growing weed.

        • CyberneticOrganism

          “He’s still going! Stop gardening!

    • JWEG

      I read the book (which is very good) before the film, then forgot to watch the film.

      If it’s on Netflix (Canada) I’ll add it to the queue.

    • Max

      It is good.

  • Janitor Jim Duggan

    I’ve been listening to the first Captain Beyond album. It is mind blowing.

    • Boss the Ross

      Holy shit yes! Mind blowing indeed

      • Janitor Jim Duggan

        It’s a shame the guitarist and bassist are dead and that Rod Evans is a recluse. At least Caldwell is keeping the band alive. He wrote the first album with Rod Evans

        • Boss the Ross

          Very much a shame. At least we still have the music they made.

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            That is true.

    • Lacertilian

      It’s pretty good. Not as awesome as that Leaf Hound I’ve been telling you to listen to for nearly a year now.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8bGgtU1bwA

      • Janitor Jim Duggan

        I listened to Leaf Hound a few months ago. I loved it.

  • KJM, Shake Zula

    Boston Hip Hop legend Akrobatik is in some deep shit right now. He was doing a European tour and his promoter booked him on a Turkish Airlines flight to save money, and now he can’t leave Istanbul and get his gear back unless he pays the Airline officials 1000s of Euros(not USD). As a wise man once said, that is some fucked up repugnant shit, right there.

  • This Gift Is A Curse from Sweden has been kicking my ass all week. Black metal with hardcore vocals for a special needs child like myself.
    http://youtu.be/-vsXoaSS-9U

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      I checked this out at your behest! I thought it was pretty good.

    • BEARD-SPLITTER

      They did a split with Hexis a little while back. Was wondering when theyd turn up again. Good stuff

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Cool shit!

  • BEARD-SPLITTER

    Still been bumping that new Underachievers. That new Nile has really grown on me recently.

    Just finished the first book of the third Farseer trilogy by Robin Hobb. Its amazeballs

  • Between The Buried & Smee

    I caught Autopsy twice this weekend with Incantation opening one night and Midnight opening the other. It was like a mini MDF in Chicago.

    • more beer

      I saw them 2 weeks ago at California Death Fest. They always play a killer set. Saw Vital Remains on Friday. I have 3 more shows to go to in the next week starting with King Diamond on Thursday.

      • Between The Buried & Smee

        I got Yob, Belphegor, Hate Eternal, Necrophobic, Mgla, Venom INC, and King Diamond all coming up in the next month. I’m going to be sacrificing normal sleep for a month, but its worth it.

        • more beer

          Belphegor I`m seeing next Monday, Gwar on Halloween. and Hate Eternal in the middle of November. I passed on Yob last night. I have no desire to see Venom Inc since I`ve seen the original lineup 3 times. Plus a couple of local shows friends are promoting.

          • Between The Buried & Smee

            I would kill to see Venom’s original lineup. Prime Evil is one of my favorite Venom albums, so I would gladly take INC over current Venom.

          • more beer

            I won`t go see the current Venom lineup with Cronos either. It just isn`t the same.

          • KJM, Shake Zula

            This is a gaping hole in my concert resume. I have never seen any lineup of Venom.

          • more beer

            I`ve only seen the original. They should really put aside whatever differences they have. They really didn`t tour that extensively either. I was just lucky enough to live in New York a place they played more than most places.

          • KJM, Shake Zula

            Pretty sure the closest they ever came to me was Providence, and that was way back when I didn’t have any friends with cars.

          • more beer

            Yea that was in 86. That was the closest.

        • RJA

          Which Mgla show are you going to may I ask? I saw Milwaukee on the tour schedule and would like to make that happen but can’t find any other info (tickets/venue) that says this is actually happening.

          • Between The Buried & Smee

            Im going to the Chicago show. They’re opening for Mortuary Drape here, so I assume they are in Milwaukee too.

          • Stanley

            HAIL MGŁA!

          • RJA

            I bitch yesterday and the info comes out today!

        • Stanley

          MGŁA!

  • BEARD-SPLITTER

    Has anyone been watching Arrow? Ive heard good things so i might start tonight.

    • since day one. seasons 1 and 2 are GREAT, 3 is average. 4 just started.

    • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

      I gave up after 3 episodes. Once they got to the part about him learning all that stuff on a deserted island, it got ridiculous quick.

  • EsusMoose

    If anyone is interested in slightly dark medieval fantasy, I’d recommend you read the Black Company series by Glen Cook. The books are from the perspective of the annalist of the Black Company as they do what a storied mercenary would do over a 20-30 year history. There’s about 9 books all between 200-400 pages. At this point they’re available in omnibuses that split up the books over specific arcs of the story. Great series, except the side story novel that’s include in the 2nd or 3rd omnibus it was mostly forgettable.

    • BEARD-SPLITTER

      The Black Company is one of my favorite dark fantasy series. Though the last couple books do fall off a little bit.

      • EsusMoose

        I’ll look into them, I did feel the last few novels had inconsistent pacing but as I was devouring the books so I wasn’t thinking too hard. One of the best parts was how magic was handled, at least in the first novel I thought it was one of the better handling of it.

        • BEARD-SPLITTER

          I think his character development was superb. I mean, One-Eye . . . c’mon.

          • EsusMoose

            True, true, fuck was the guys name smile? He was cool but forgot his name.

          • BEARD-SPLITTER

            Smiley? The one who never smiles lol. Grim bastard

          • EsusMoose

            Ah I was thinking of Silent. Thought he’d have a less obvious name. I may reread the first novel sometime soon, the weather feels about right for the atmosphere.

  • a co-worker recommended Mr. Robot on USA, so i watched. VERY GOOD! tons of Fight Club influence, well-written characters, and the “hacking” is the least goofy in all of television/cinema (nobody hacks the entire CIA with ten keystrokes, etc.) and this motherfucker can ACT
    https://media0.giphy.com/media/VcVPBTy3XG6oo/200_s.gif

    • Fight Club you say? Must see this. Is it a movie or TV show?

      • TV show, only 10 episodes. give the pilot a shot, see what you think. this is one of those instances where a co-worker told me the same thing, and i had to see all 10 episodes ASAP

    • Yeah man that dude’s portrayal of that character is disquieting. Easily one of the best actors I’ve seen on TV in recent memory.

  • CyberneticOrganism

    I was getting pumped for a Halloween event last night and had been crawling around bandcamp all week looking for new darkwave stuff. This album by VHS Glitch is pretty cool, though it doesn’t kick quite as hard as other artists.

    https://vhsglitch.bandcamp.com/album/night-on-the-dark-hill-album

    He’s got another album called Evil Technology (can’t decide if that’s a bad name or a great name) that’s also pretty dark-sounding.

    https://vhsglitch.bandcamp.com/album/evil-technology-album

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Also planning on reading Dune for the first time ever. I’m not much of a reader but I listened to a podcast recently where they discussed both the technology and biology of Dune and made it sound amazing; seeding planets with mythology in case they can take advantage of it a thousand years down the line, etc.

      • KJM, Shake Zula

        I always tap out somewhere around the middle of the 6th book(Chapterhouse), haven’t read any of it in close to 15-20 years.

        • CyberneticOrganism

          Gotcha, doubt I’ll get past the first book. The goal is to finish that and then see how I feel about the others.

          • KJM, Shake Zula

            I recommend the first 4(Dune, Messiah, Children, God Emperor). Past that, you’re on your own.

          • EsusMoose

            I actually have never finished God emperor, I read the first half and then the last 50 pages but was bored out of my mind. I thought Heretics and Chapterhouse were oddly not as good but better than the Prequel ones

          • Boss the Ross

            Fortunately for you, the first book can stand well by itself. If you can though, as KJM said, read the first 4.

          • EsusMoose

            I’d recommend the first 3, the next three are weird but also good. And the ones written by his son are like the Call of Duty action version of dune

          • Guacamole Jim

            I read the first Dune book. I know it’s got this huge reputation and everything, and there were some aspects of it that were really cool (the world Herbert creates is awesome in its scope), but the characters were boring and unlikeable. By 3/4ths of the way through, it felt like I was slogging through mud to try and make it to the end, because no matter how cool the environment is, characters make or break your story.

          • KJM, Shake Zula

            Yeah, pretty much everybody except Lady Jessica and Duke Leto are unlikable d-bags.

        • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

          I didn’t know there was more than one book, actually.

          • KJM, Shake Zula

            Only the first 5 were written by Frank Herbert.

      • Old Man Doom

        I need to get on the Dune hype-train too.

        • EsusMoose

          read dune while listening to Dopesmoker

      • Max

        The first Dune is such a good book, I don’t even know what to say about it other than – “go read it.”

      • Boss the Ross

        Dune is an amazing book, probably my favorite sci fi novel.

    • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

      If you like darkwave, might wanna check out The Frozen Autumn.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xkpKd0qivY

  • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

    I got a half dozen Richard Laymon, one of the Iain M. Banks’ I was missing and one pulp horror I never even heard of before at charity shops yesterday. Am currently reading The Tribe, by Glenn Chandler, in which former anthropology students linked by one charismatic professor suddenly start committing cannibal atrocities. Chandler went on to create Taggart and is apparently a respected figure in Scots theatre, I’ve not encountered any of his later work but I assume none of it is as tastelessly nasty/awesome. He’s not just a one note chunk blower though, has a way with wry characterisation and genuine suspense. Recommended to fans of such stuff.

    Best film I’ve seen lately was Livid. From the makers of Inside, but much more of an old school oddball piece. A young nurse breaks into a comatose elderly lady’s house with some friends, hoping to find and steal her rumoured treasure. What’s there turns out not to be quite so treasurable… Attractively shot, with some decent set design, creepy atmosphere and a bit of bloody violence. Last shot is cheesamungous, yet oddly appropriate. Generally worth a watch for fans of European horror.

    Sigh’s Graveward was my most recent music purchase but I haven’t actually listened to it yet. Next shows coming up are Carcass, Obituary, Voivod and Herod, and Coltsblood, From the Bogs of Aughiska, Shrines and Ohdaith.

  • Dave Vincent’s Perm

    Y’know, this site is pretty much the exact opposite of Metal Inquisiton.

    • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

      Is that a good or a bad thing?

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Yeah good or bad?

      • Dave Vincent’s Perm

        In a good way

        • CyberneticOrganism

          Just gave MI a visit… wow you’re not kidding.

      • more beer

        Good unless you want to see guys in hair bands shaking their asses.

        • Óðinn

          I specifically do not want to see hair bands shaking their asses.

          • more beer

            Nor do I.

        • maybe if it was Potoo shaking his ass

          • more beer

            I never want to see that either.

    • Maik Beninton™

      Never heard of it.

      • Dave Vincent’s Perm

        Be glad

    • just cause we listen to tech death on thu instaed of tue? (shit, wrong site)

    • Óðinn

      Metal Inquisition can suck my cock.

  • Dagon

    List of stuff I watched in the past two days:

    I’m Still Here (didn’t finish)
    The World’s End
    Carnage
    Don Jon
    The Pool Boys
    Old School

    I never said they were good choices.

    • How was Carnage? And why didn’t you finish I’m Still Here? (The last scene is the best part.)

      • Dagon

        I spent the last two days doing dad shit even though I got no kids. Basically just driving my younger brother and sister up and down and fixing stuff for my mom.

        I really enjoyed Carnage, specially Waltz’ performance. The scorn he shows towards Jodie Foster’s character is phenomenal. I’m a sucker for dialogue based films, and the length on this one didn’t hurt either, so win win.

      • In a theatre full of people who felt used and abused, I had a gigantic grin on my face during that!

    • I’m Still Here >>>>>>>>>>>>

    • EsusMoose

      The World’s End>>>>>> I’m assuming it’s the Simon Pegg film and not the other apocalyptic movie that was released around the same time

  • Vote for Jeb

    I met a goat last night. Will add a picture soon.

  • JamesGrimm
  • Old Man Doom

    I’ve been rockin’ these:
    New Gorod
    New Maserati
    New Zombi
    Every Dozer album ever (incoming porcelain throne article)
    The Trick ‘R Treat OST that I just got on ltd. vinyl
    Just started to jam Hull of for the first time. Not sure why I ever skipped these dudes.

    As far as books are concerned, I’ve been reading “In the Dust of this Planet: The Horror of Philosophy.” It’s a nice companion piece to my Nietzsche binging that I’ve been doing for class. And I’ve started to read Macbeth for the first time in preparation for the film coming out soon.

    I’ll probably talk about this more in the article, but this song changed my life and introduced me to the great apocalyptic stoner rock of Dozer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQhCn55gizU

    • Based Potoo

      I’ve started reading The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception. Interesting stuff.

    • Boss the Ross

      I’m looking forward to the Dozer article. Thise guys are excellent.

  • Books: Writhing with anticipation for the arrival of Michel Houellebecq’s new novel Submission in my mailbox. Just finished 1988 by Andrew McGahan, a pretty sobering portrayal of what it’s like to be twentysomething, ambitionless and minimally employed.

    Films: Obligatory Horror binge. Also, just saw The Martian last night at the Drinky Theater and it was one of two things, or both: 1) A NASA puff piece; 2) An underhanded but valiant attempt to interest the American public in SCIENCE, MOTHERFUCKERS!

    Music: Uh . . . listening to Scar Sighted at the moment and I’ve decided that this album is almost unbearably sad. Major bad vibes. I need to go look at kitty memes now.

    • “what it’s like to be twentysomething, ambitionless and minimally employed”
      just watch Girls on HBO
      https://hotdad.bandcamp.com/track/girls

    • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

      That 1988 book kinda sounds like Orwell’s ‘Down And Out In London’, which is a classic, especially for culinary nerds like myself.

      • It’s more like Bukowski for Gen X slackers. Never read that Orwell thing.

        • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

          Loves me some Bukowski as well, especially ‘Bar Fly’.

          • Zat one of his poems? I don’t go in much for poetry.

          • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

            It’s a book that was made into a movie.

          • Nah he didn’t write a book called Barfly. Common misconception. He wrote the script for the movie. The movie was just sort of based on his life with shit from his stories mixed in.

          • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot
          • That is probably a sketchy publication of the screenplay. There’s tons of disreputable shit like that floating around on Amazon. Hence, why there are no trade or customer reviews. So . . . NYEAH.

          • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

            Nyeah? Just admit defeat!

            http://i.imgur.com/CSxBTcM.gif

  • I just finished reading “Console Wars” and a biography of the band Whiskeytown. Both were aight. Now, to get through the rest of the pile of unread shit on my coffee table.

  • Óðinn

    ~~~

    • I really dig Ghosts of the Great Highway, but I don’t really understand Mark Kozelek’s decisions these last few years. This whole thing was kinda baffling to me.

      • Óðinn

        In spite of the lyrical content, I actually find this song kind of beautiful. Mark may be going a bit batty, yes.

      • RJA

        Ghosts of the Great Highway one of my all time favorite albums.

  • Óðinn
    • Stanley

      I watched season 1. It started off really strong but fizzled off and left me feeling cheated. I couldn’t bring myself to watch the second season. Same thing happened with the US version of The Killing. Season 1 and done.

      • Stanley’s feelings are my feelings. My feelings are Stanley’s feelings. We have feelings.

        • CyberneticOrganism

          I feel that you felt pain when I ripped your arms off and let you fall down a Martian mine shaft.

          • I feel that you may have felt what I was feeling when I felt myself hit the bottom.

            I fell down that mineshaft like a CHAMP! Flawless Dismount!

          • CyberneticOrganism

            See you at the party! #buds #marsbuddies #thedomewillcrack

      • Edward/Breegrodamus™

        Totally agreed about The Killing!

      • Óðinn

        I actually did enjoy seasons 2 and 3 as well. I don’t know where it can go ultimately though.

  • JWEG

    I haven’t had time to read a book lately, so my most recent reads were these, a month ago: https://twitter.com/JWEG79/status/646479569919148037

    All ten comics are set during or in the immediate aftermath of ‘Night of the Living Dead’ but dealing with original characters – except one that ties directly to NOTLD’s final scenes. The art style seems deliberately understated, but not quite ‘retro’ itself. Each of the ten stories are basically self-contained with only background references to one another in a small few of them.

    I’m reserving total judgement for after I’ve read at least to issues 4 or 5, but I’ve enjoyed most of them so far. Even if at least one makes no sense whatsoever so far (HOME) and another (HONOR) was kind of tedious right up to the very last frame (when random-character-is-a-zombie finally appears).

    The 10 second issues are available on a second Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/221551805/genesis-ii (also a package of #1s and #2s)

    • CT-12

      Holy shit dude, this looks badass. I’m pretty deep into a few different comic series myself, but I’ll keep this on my radar.

  • Óðinn
    • Go back to Baltimore, Jimmy!

    • halfway through season 1. worth watching for me alone.

      • Óðinn

        True. I’m enjoying it.

    • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

      That one guy (second from the right) was awesome on Fringe, which is one of my all time favorite shows.

      • Óðinn

        Joshua Jackson. Yes.

        I used to work on Fringe a few years back. The first 3 seasons were great, and then Fox cheaped out on the budget and just kept the show going so that they could reach the minimum 100 episodes needed to guarantee syndication. Seasons 4 and 5 were less great, but okay.

        • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

          ‘Touch’ really looked like it was going to carry the Fringe torch onwards, but sadly Fox didn’t do shit to promote the show and put it on Fridays, which is the kiss of death for network shows. Plus, it was probably too complicated for their Glee and American Idol loving audience.

      • Boss the Ross

        Fringe is excellent. Walter is the man.

        • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

          Lol, both of him!

  • Stanley

    On Friday, I finally got around to finishing “A Dance with Dragons”. Yawn. I can’t believe that I actually made it to the end. Now I can watch season 5 to see what shit they made up to make it interesting.

    Just started reading “Dregs” by Jorn Lier Horst. All I know so far is that three severed left feet have washed up on shore in Stavern. It’s just a page turner. Nothing to learn.

    Has anyone read “The Name Of The Wind” by Patrick Rothfuss? I was thinking of picking this up next but I don’t want to get started on some huge tome if it’s a pile of crap.

    • EsusMoose

      Literally amazing. In none stupid answers, it’s an entertaining story with charismatic main character and Rothfuss makes a generally interesting world. I read the two books this summer and tried recommending to everyone soon after.

      • Stanley

        Thank you.

    • Boss the Ross

      Name of the wind is an excellent read, i would highly recommend it. Good characters and really well put together. The storytelling is phenomenal.

      • Stanley

        And thank you, too.

    • Hans Müller

      and for a third time: get on that shit, it’s wonderful.

  • JWEG

    As for music, I quite belatedly just got Alda’s latest album, and otherwise have been enjoying repeated spins of the following three albums (I’m the most recent supporter of RTLS ‘Wilderness’, so there’s that if you want to follow me).

    https://sarosseries.bandcamp.com/album/wilderness (shoegaze / post-metal)
    https://pestproductions.bandcamp.com/album/gu-yan-album (atmospheric black)
    https://disenchanter.bandcamp.com/album/strange-creations (psychedelic stoner doom)

    As well as this single: https://kroh.bandcamp.com/album/living-water
    And this EP: https://expeople.bandcamp.com/album/loss

  • Óðinn
    • BEARD-SPLITTER

      Lol wut

    • CyberneticOrganism

      I just saw this on Hulu

  • Óðinn
  • 365chaosriddendays

    Several good cups of coffee and going deep into the noise of hell with “Author & Punisher” latest release: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS3ES1j-UAU&list=PL0aK8Z1gzvt37AQbYHQJgyOWBfZ0tPqZP

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Nice

      • 365chaosriddendays

        Good that you like it, after all you are the same organism that likes the awesome Lustmord, if you like “Author & Punisher” you can listen his previous works on his bandcamp.

  • COAL ROLL

    ….

  • 3leggedDog

    read the fight scene between canadians and rehab house in david foster wallace’s infinite jest while listening to your favorite metal.

  • 3leggedDog

    ha kidding. i do nothing intelligent. ’bout to watch me some cowboy football!

    • I am starting to suspect that Matt Cassel might not be the magical answer to this team’s offensive woes.

      • more beer

        The guy has a 34 and 38 lifetime record. No less than 50% winning quarterback is any teams answer.

      • 3leggedDog

        Hahaha I know

      • 3leggedDog

        I can still pretend to have “known” that McFadden is the “answer.”

      • EsusMoose

        As someone who watched him when he was a Viking, his performance is exactly as expected.

  • Pagliacci is Kvlt

    I can’t get enough of this, even over the new Panopticon. It’s got everything you need for a great trees ‘n shit album. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fH5vHHAPjo

  • BEARD-SPLITTER
    • CyberneticOrganism

      Poopkin

  • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51HY8Z7EHCL._SX310_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg

    Hoping to find this on audiobook, but thinking about giving it another read after all these years. Also catching up on John O’Brien’s ‘Better’ (his final book) and Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s ‘Autumn Of The Patriarch’.

  • Lacertilian

    Just got back from a mate’s 4 day Buck’s Weekend.
    So I’ve been fishing from a boat, listening to drunk people, watching fires burn and eating BBQ meals.

  • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot
  • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

    I’d also highly recommend the new Beach House, much like any of their stuff. Tapir might actually like this one!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cy5MiOqarYs

    • RJA

      It really is a solid record, I’m partial to space song – they have another one out this Friday too.

      • Oily Kung Fu Bologna Riot

        Yep, Thank Your Lucky Stars, which is kicking ass so far.

  • Hans Müller

    that new VHOL record came out Friday, so I gave that a couple spins. liking it much-much.
    https://profoundlorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/deeper-than-sky

    also spent more time with the new Beaten To Death which I had shamefully neglected thus far. https://beatentodeath.bandcamp.com/album/unplugged

    also neglected-and-caught-up-on: the ritualistic “let’s listen to all the Gridlink albums”. always 45 minutes well spent.

    …all while playing Grim Dawn.