Toilet Radio gets brutal with CHRIS BARNES

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We’re joined on this episode by legendary death metal frontman Chris Barnes! The former Cannibal Corpse vocalist told us all about conspiracy theories, dank weed, and his latest Six Feet Under album. If that’s not enough show for you, our good friend Brenocide dropped by to discuss the latest Wintersun album, Phil Labonte’s Twitter beef, and the Super Bowl. We do it all because we love you. Enjoy the show!

Music featured on this program:
Six Feet Under – “Sacrificial Kill” from Torment out February 24th on Metal Blade (Facebook)(Preorder)
Kassad – “Madness” from Faces Turn Away (Bandcamp)

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  • Sid Vicious Promos

    What did Chris do to his face?

  • Óðinn

    Oathkeepers are a terrorist group. They are a threat to America.

    • how can they b terrorists if they r white

      /jokes

      • Butts4Gutts

        Only muzleems and darkies are terrorists bro

        • Brutalist_Receptacle

          EVERY AMERICAN THAT HAS BEEN KILLED BY A TERRORISMIST SINCE 9/11 HAS BEEN KILLED BY A AMURICAN TERRORISMIST

    • Brutalist_Receptacle

      OATHBREAKER IS BLACKGAZE

  • Elegant Gazing Globe

    I’m listening on my home stereo today, this is gonna be fun

  • Elegant Gazing Globe

    Aaron lewis lives in cummington i think, and he also paid for the local elementary school to keep from closing, so that’s cool

    • Originally from Longmeadow* (I said East, oops). My yuppy commentary still applies. Only reason I know this is because every jagoff around here in the early 00’s loved to point it out when “It’s Been a While” came on the radio. Either that or every basic white girl on the block gave you the degrees of separation between themselves and one of the band members’ girlfriends.

      • Elegant Gazing Globe

        I agree with the commentary, i grew up in a town off of 91 between noho and greenfield, the only thing you missed in your description about dudes is you missed the lifted F-150

        • Óðinn

          Yup. The Ford F-150: Official vehicle of the American douchebag.

  • Pentagram Sam

    Listening to hear Brenocide rant about Wintersun.

  • Óðinn
  • I like Wintersun, is this going to wound my fragile feelings?

  • Eliza

    I didn’t understand anything from the football talk, but the podcast was still enjoyable.

  • Black Smallbeard

    noooo wayyyyyy

    does he know how much shit yall have talked about him? lol

    cool tho

    • Óðinn

      He does take a lot of shit. The interview is good though.

    • Honestly have a new found respect for the dude after talking with him.

      • Eliza

        He seems a laid back guy.

        • Black Smallbeard

          well hes prolly high af

      • Black Smallbeard

        420BLAZEITWOLOLOJOE

      • Óðinn

        Not the biggest fan of some of their cover tunes, but I have nothing personally against Barnes and I do have a few Six Feet Under songs in my collection. I actually like their cover of The Frayed Ends of Sanity. The guitar performances on that song are good.

        https://youtu.be/ohJWsh4RRvw

        • Black Smallbeard

          Denying any of the early Cannibal Corpse material is good is ridiculous, and I think some of the earlier six feet under albums are some solid ignorant death metal

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            The Bleeding was the album that got me into Death Metal and therefore most other extreme genres.

          • Black Smallbeard

            I don’t recall any dragons on the bleeding

          • Óðinn

            Agreed.

      • Señor Jefe El Rosa

        Wait, so this is actually him on the podcast? (Haven’t had a chance to listen yet) When I saw Brenocide was on as well I thought it was a spoof interview.

        • Brenocide is on the first half, the real OG Chris Barnes is on the second half.

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            Aw hell! That’s cool

      • Sobotka

        Bout time y’all came to ur senses!

  • Sir Kookaburra The Based

    WE’RE NOT WEIRD!

    • Black Smallbeard

      No we’re just Birds anuses crawfish tapirs

    • Óðinn

      Finnish aren’t weird in general. This guy is weird.

      https://youtu.be/NLFQ80jPqTI

      • Óðinn

        This guy too. Maybe it’s just the makeup.

        https://youtu.be/HhG7rh3IGJo

      • Sir Kookaburra The Based

        Which guy do you mean? The interviewer or demonos sova?

        • Óðinn

          Not the interviewer. The other guy.

          • Sir Kookaburra The Based

            He’s probably really drunk. He is always drunk when playing live. Sova’s been banned from Tuska after he was pretty drunk. I remember hearing he trashed Lutakko’s backstage and got banned from there too.

          • Óðinn

            I could see that.

    • more beer

      Yea says you!

  • Óðinn
  • Óðinn

    That’s some nice work. Thanks Joe, 365, Brenocide. Good episode.

  • Howard Dean

    “I’m glad I have a moral reason to be against the Patriots this year.”

    http://i.imgur.com/S0KosHO.jpg

    • Black Smallbeard

      Some people just hate freedom, hd

      • Howard Dean

        This is coming from a dude who grew up in New England and was a fan of the team when Steve Grogan and then Drew Bledsoe was the quarterback and the team was terrible: I can understand hating on the Patriots for a myriad reasons (let’s be honest, they’ve given football fans a lot to hate over the last 15 years), but it just seems strange that the political preferences of a player or coach are the moral kicker. I mean, there are plenty of morally dubious dealings concerning the team for the last decade. There’s a lot of potential for hate there. Who a player/coach/owner voted for in the last election certainly doesn’t seem like it would (or should) be the “moral” reasoning behind Patriot hate.

        • Óðinn

          There is also the constant cheating, yes. But yeah, football is not important.

          • Howard Dean

            That’s what I was referencing with the “plenty of morally dubious dealings concerning the team.”

          • Óðinn

            i.e. cheating. Agreed.

        • more beer

          Well apparently that is where we are as a country. This is what happens when children are taught everyone wins and no one loses.

          • Óðinn

            Tom Brady is that generation. That’s prolly why he’s the biggest cheater. Thinks he’s entitled to win.

          • more beer

            The NFL seems to think he is entitled to win as well.

          • Óðinn

            True.

        • Well, the point of my statement was I don’t like football. (Did you miss the goth kid shut-in part?) And all sports, really. The Pat’s real last straw for me was being an NFL team. FFS, buying/trading other players from parts of the country (or world) that aren’t from the place your team represents seems more like cheating to me than throwing a football 9 billionth of a cubic milliliter under spec.

          I was just glad I had some lazy shit to point to as far as locally excusing myself from another year of this overblown fuckfest.

          • Óðinn

            Yeah. When you really think about it, football’s importance in America is inflated (forgive the pun). People should care a lot more about politics, but we are distracted by ridiculous things (myself included when I was young and didn’t know better) like football, baseball and basketball that really are just a bunch of highly-overpaid millionaires who don’t actually represent the cities where they play in any meaningful way in most cases. Throwing around a ball should be valued much less.

          • Howard Dean

            I usually excuse myself from things I dislike or don’t agree with by simply not paying attention to them at all. That tends to work best.

          • “Hey Brenocide, what do you think about this subject?” “I have no opinion about this topic whatsoever” “Wow, that’s really great radio!”

          • Howard Dean

            I’d listen!

          • I should also add that I think rebuking a guy for his proud endorsement of a candidate who promised and is now guilty of true crimes against humanity and this nation might hold a bit more weight in the moral fiber department for me than some alleged crimes against the sanctimonious tradition of a clean, fair game of old-time American football.

          • Although I guess Aaron Hernandez murdering folks wasn’t so swell either.

          • And yet here we are.

          • Óðinn

            Haha! Howard Dean. Known for keeping his opinions to himself. 😉

    • Brutalist_Receptacle

      TOO LATE

  • Óðinn
  • Waynecro

    I learned so much about Wintersun, football, and sports gambling. I also had a few laughs and a good time in general. Thanks, dudes!

  • Waynecro

    Also, some buddies and I met Chris Barnes at a SFU show many, many years ago, and he seemed nice. He even signed my buddy’s stash box, which is probably one of the most appropriate autographs I’ve ever seen.

    • more beer

      I have never understood all of the hate he gets. I used to roll up to Buffalo with a certain band from Yonkers that really likes horror movies. When CC were still there. So they could play shows together and hang out for the weekend at their place. He was always super cool and we would party our asses off.

      • Waynecro

        That’s awesome, man. Sounds like some excellent times for sure.

        • more beer

          The early 90’s were a lot of fun.

          • Waynecro

            Sounds like it, dude. You could write a book.

          • more beer

            You think you have issues editing the things you get. Me writing a book would be worse!

          • Waynecro

            At least the subject matter would be easier (and more fun) than, say, biobased nanomaterials for use in novel medical applications such as targeted drug delivery.

          • more beer

            I will give you that.

          • Óðinn

            That could be interesting on some level.

          • Waynecro

            Such subjects are indeed interesting, but editing documents about technical stuff like that can be difficult for a layperson like me when an author is lazy and writes poorly. I usually have to read entire white papers just to decipher the busted-ass text analysts turn in.

          • Óðinn

            Yeah. Sounds like a lot of work. I took a few classes in editing at one point. The classes were full of grammar nerds. Eventually, I decided I was more about larger concepts, ideas, and creativity than rules. Plus, the program was really business focused too, which bored the shit out of me. I ended up focusing my studies on communications and cinema instead. In short, I guess I prefer the creative. I still tutor academic writing on a mostly volunteer basis, and I enjoy doing that. I like helping students improve their papers. I might go back and get a masters in publishing. Been thinking about it.

          • Waynecro

            That’s pretty cool, man. I actually went to school for advertising and graphic design, where I focused on copywriting and delivering marketing messages in effective and creative ways. I was supposed to be coming up with creative campaigns at an ad agency, but I now find myself editing highly technical papers for a business- and technology-analysis firm. Trying to make the broken text I edit work without removing the analysts’ voice actually requires quite a bit of creativity, though it’s not what I had in mind when I expressed interest in a creative career. At this point in my life, my primary concern is paying the bills, so I just stick to being creative in the traditional sense in my personal time.

          • Óðinn

            I’ll bet that it does take quite a bit of creativity. You’re re-writing the text in a way that gets the message across. I had Instructors telling us that the actual editing was such a small part of the job and they lost my interest. But it’s okay. I’m pretty interested in learning, so I found my way down a a slightly different path.

            We don’t always end up on the career path we originally intended. On the multi-media film project I’m working on right now, I was originally hired to work with the social media aspect (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). However, I’ve ended up mostly coordinating documentary film shoots and building multiple databases. I try to keep my skills fairly flexible, and I guess that’s worked for me. I found a niche on this project.

          • Waynecro

            Yeah, I have to use quite a bit of creativity to get around some of the most ridiculous grammar problems I’ve ever seen. I swear the analysts are trying to make life difficult for me. I think they have a bet going to see who can make me quit. Editing should be a less prominent part of this job, but without a tremendous amount of work, the documents I work with would never be publishable. Possessing a flexible/broad skill set is a very good thing indeed. I got my newspaper job because I was able to write, edit, design ads, lay out pages, take photos, etc. Having those skills gave me the opportunity to do a bunch of really cool jobs. Good luck on your current project. I hope it turns out really well!

          • Óðinn

            Thank-you very much, Waynecro. Enjoy your evening.

          • Waynecro

            You too!

  • Óðinn

    Is this right? “Views: 5687” on this article. The Toilet must be gaining readership. If so, congrats Toilet team.

    • EsusMoose

      Looks like it was shared on the SFU Facebook page, so that garnered an audience if only for an article

      • Óðinn

        I see. Still pretty good.

        Even if like half of the views were me. 😉

        • The Mighty Thorange

          Hey, if it gets more people reading this site the better. Then we can lord it over the newbies hipster style. “I was shitposting and trolling on here before it was cool!”

          • Óðinn

            Exactly.

          • The Mighty Thorange

            By the way. I was meaning to ask if you had got round to watching Still Game yet?

          • Óðinn

            Not yet. It’s still in my queue though. I haven’t forgotten. My last couple of weekends have been taken up by education and voiceovers.

          • The Mighty Thorange

            Fair enough man. Let me know when you get round to it.

          • Óðinn

            Definitely. Will do, my friend.

  • Guacamole Jim

    Excellent edition this week, sirs!

  • Dumpster Lung

    “I think he’s on the spectrum. Not to be a shitlord about it, but–”

    http://movingforwardseminars.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/laughing.jpg