I wouldn't believe it if I hadn't heard it for myself.
Welcome to another episode of the show with a guest host. With Loond is old pal Andrew Harper from Rocky Road Touring. Please visit them here - www.rockyroadtouring.com. Drew gives us a great run-down on some of the bands that he’s working with from the likes of Star & Dagger, A Pale Horse Named Death, and Wednesday 13 to name a few. Loond dishes on new tunes from Coliseum, Havok, Devil To Pay, and Helhorse. The guys talk about the new bass player for Trouble and upcoming tours from Death Angel, Orange Goblin, and some of the aforementioned bands on the Rocky Road Roster. So join us for some L&D won’t ya.
Horns Up! – J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Star & Dagger - In My Blood
Coliseum - Late Night Trains
A Pale Horse Named Death - Killer By Night
Havok - Under The Gun
Helhorse - Deathride
Trouble - The Greying Chill Of Autumn
Orange Goblin - Blue Snow
The Band = PANIC
The Album = Fact (Metal Blade Records)
Year = 1993
Personnel = Jeff Braimes: vocals
Martin Chandler: guitars
Jorge Hernandez: bass
American doomsters Bloody Hammers have completed work on their sophomore LP, Spiritual Relics. The follow up to the North Carolina occult metal band's critically celebrated, eponymously titled debut, Spiritual Relics will be released worldwide Oct 1 via Soulseller Records and boasts ten brand new tracks revolving around classic horror, stories from the local coven, and chilling evil.
Produced by frontman / bassist Anders Manga, Spiritual Relics builds on the wall of sound Bloody Hammers creat...
Houston’s House of Blues played host to this great summer kickoff show. Loond and I went to check it out, and here’s some of what we heard and saw. Clutch did its normal spectacular job of laying down a rockin’, rump-shaking, yet oh-so-heavy groove. They are truly a band apart, creating a whole each and every show which doesn’t only eclipse the sum of its parts but succeeds in transporting the audience to a different time and space. If they’re not already, they will...
What with the locals getting out and touring and the nationals skipping Houston, heavy music in the capitol of Humidland has gotten a little bit weird of late. American Sharks revisited their roots, playing a benefit in H-town before hitting the road. Raven is back together and touring, but without any Texas stops, and Vista Chino is also hitting the road without passing through the state. But a new darkness is about to set upon Austin, something so wicked and horrible I can’t possibly let the NSA see it typed here. They (and you) are going to have to listen. Fortunately, new music on offer from both VoiVod and Darkane keep the metal flowing properly. You can hear tracks from each without us yapping over them at the end.
dUNETX – ‘The Kids’
American Sharks – Live at House of Blues, Houston, May 25, 2013
Megadeth – Live
Voivod – ‘Resistance’
Darkane – ‘The Sinister Supremacy’
We know…it’s been a while…but we’re back with a brand spankin new episode that is sure to tickle your ear buds. We give you a very detailed run down of the Clutch, The Sword, Dixie Witch, and American Sharks show at House Of Blues in Houston. A healthy discussion is had about the Slayer camp drama in regards to Dave Lombardo with Jibbies and Loond offering opposing perspectives that both hold Metallic merit. We also bring our thoughts on a bunch of new records that we’re digging from the likes of Valient Thorr, Kylesa, Dark Tranquillity, Amorphis, and The Resistance.
Clutch - The Wolfman Kindly Requests
Dixie Witch - The High Deal
The Sword - Lament For The Aurochs
Slayer - At Dawn They Sleep
Kylesa - Unspoken
Dark Tranquility - Weight Of The End
The Resistance - War Monger
Our Summer Jams series continues! With Hunter's picks. I can't promise you'll like them....
It’s summertime already down here in Houston, and I’ve risen to the heat by compiling a Summer 2013 playlist. There’s some new stuff. Some medium-old stuff. And some ancient stuff. Regardless of age, however, each song stands on its own as a great summer-themed (to me) anthem. Even more spectacularly, their arc, played from beginning to end, roughly corresponds to the arc of any number of my 3-month breaks from school back when. And after all, summer really is for the k...
Ashley's "GonzoGeek Staff Summer Jams" Playlist