Friday, May 25, 2018

PODCAST: May 2018 Episode

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Welcome to the May 2018 edition of Out ov the Coffin. This episode begins with a small nod to the larger than life legacy of Ian Curtis, who took his own life 38 years ago this month. It's hard to believe that a man beloved by so many in the present day has been gone for almost twice as long as he ever lived, but that's a testament to the enduring power of his words and Joy Division's music. 

The first full set begins with brand new music from Soft Kill. The band's new album, Savior, which also happens to be Profound Lore Records' 200th release, has gained a lot of accolades right out of the gate. From there, we dip back a few years to pick up an overlooked current, and unconventionally-goth, artist, Eric Vain, whose single "Savin'" has been stuck in my head for weeks now. We then visit the gothic rock vaults for some of the earliest recordings from Rosetta Stone's catalogue, before catching up with another recently-discovered (by me, at least) current act, Virginia's Unmaker -- who are currently working on a new full-length album, but until then, their 2015 demo single will have to suffice. 

Minnesota's Grave Society helps to round out the first full set with a debut track from their new EP, Act I: Dictum Nyctophilia, continuing to carry the torch for more guitar-based goth rock, then Florida's Astari Nite ultimately closes the set with their catchy new digital single, "Sunday Queen." You can find it on their Bandcamp page

Moving into the second full set of the show, we twice dip into more new music from New York's Bambara, taken from their new Shadow on Everything LP. I just had the pleasure of seeing the band live again, and I recommend catching them while they're on tour in the US, too. We then hear a second selection from the new Seattle deathrock act Nox Novacula's self-titled EP, followed by two debuts: California's Detoxi steps in first with a track from their anthemic Death of a Nation EP, followed by some new Australian post-punk from Tocsin's 2018 demo. Italian deathrock masters Horror Vacui then take over with the title track from their new LP New Wave of Fear, before Denver newcomers Weathered Statues close this mostly deathrock set with a song from their brand new Borderlands album. 

Set three takes on a mostly darkwave and industrial mantle, starting off with the first new release in too many years from (my favorite band) The Cure, the surprisingly-cool remix album Torn Down. Unlike most remix collections, this one succeeds, taking a track from each album so far, tearing it down (as it were), and giving the song a new twist. I surprised myself by going with the Wild Mood Swings selection, the standout lead track, "Want," seen in a more industrial light this time, with an increased sense of urgency. 

Continuing to ride the darkwave, we revisit Sally Dige's 2017 album Holding On before taking another sip from House of Harm's self-titled cassette. Next up: New music from Los Angeles darkwave/post-punk act Second Still, taken from their newly released Equals. The final two tracks in the set provide, I think, and interesting side road on the way to the final act of this episode. First up is a Leonard Cohen tribute/cover taken from Seeming's 2017 Talk About Bones EP, which is followed by an almost-forgotten selection from the vault, the beautifully constructed "Song of Solomon" from Loretta's Doll. The track features a reading of the infamous titular piece by Orson Welles, set quite tastefully to a pulsing industrial beat.

The dark metal portion of the show begins with another taste of Summoning's latest album, With Doom We Come, but if Austrian Tolkien worship isn't quite your speed, we quickly shift gears to Greek black metal, in the form of Varathron's new Patriarchs of Evil. Portland's Shrine of the Serpent (which gathers players from several other noteworthy PDX acts) are up next with a first look at their new death/doom/sludge LP Entropic Disillusion, which leads nicely (IMO) to a classic from My Dying Bride's early '90s death/doom period. After a break, the episode concludes with new music from the difficult-to-pigeonhole, metallic post-punk Seattle band Nostalgist, who grabbed Aesop Dekker (Worm Ouroboros, ex-Agalloch) to play drums on their latest, Disaffection.


All of that PLUS: Selections from the perhaps-forgotten, turn-of-the-century dark ambient/experimental sounds of record labels like Middle Pillar Presents, Ventricle, and Dragon Flight; An anniversary nod to the unsung Bill Paxton horror classic, "Mortuary"; and more!


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Format: Band Name - Song Title [Album Title, Year]
(each band name is also a website link)
(sets and talk breaks separated by dashes)



"Out ov the Coffin" w/ Ichabod
  Show recorded on: May 25th, 2018

Opening Theme:
Elliot Goldenthal - Libera Me [from "Interview with the Vampire" (soundtrack), 1994]

Joy Division - Day of the Lords  [Unknown Pleasures, 1979]
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A Murder of Angels - Words That Lay Buried Forever  ["Butoh" (comp.) 2000]
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Soft Kill - Do You Feel Nothing?  [Savior, 2018]
Eric Vain - Savin'  [Singles, 2016]
Rosetta Stone - Summer ('88-'89)  [Foundation Stones, 1993]
Unmaker - Cryosleeper (demo version) [digital single, 2015]
Grave Society - Sanctified  [Act I: Dictum Nyctophilia, 2018]
Astari Nite - Sunday Queen  [digital single, 2018]
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Bambara - Night's Changing  [Shadow on Everything, 2018]
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Bambara - Dark Circles  [Shadow on Everything, 2018]
Nox Novacula - The Light Below  [Nox Novacula, 2018]
Detoxi - Nonsense  [Death of a Nation, 2018]
Tocsin - History Repeats  [Demo 2018, 2018]
Horror Vacui - New Wave of Fear  [New Wave of Fear, 2018]
Weathered Statues - The Silver Cliff  [Borderlands, 2018]
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John Cacavas - untitled  ["Mortuary" (soundtrack) 1983]
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The Cure - Want (Time Mix 2018)  [Torn Down, 2018]
Sally Dige - Sail To Me  [Holding On, 2017]
House of Harm - Snowblind  [House of Harm, 2018]
Second Still - Altar  [Equals, 2018]
Seeming - Avalanche  [Talk About Bones EP, 2017]
Loretta's Doll - Song of Solomon  [Creeping Sideways, 2001]
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Nocturath - A Dirge for the Approaching Season  ["The Cold, The Silent" (comp.) 1999] 
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Summoning - Herumor  [With Doom We Come, 2018]
Varathron - Luciferian Mystical Awakening  [Patriarchs of Evil, 2018]
Shrine of the Serpent - Hailing the Enshrined  [Entropic Disillusion, 2018]
My Dying Bride - Sear Me  [As the Flower Withers, 1992]
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Konkrete Kantikle - Weathered Wall  [Konkrete Kantikle, 2001]
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Nostalgist - Present:Tense  [Disaffection, 2018]


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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

PODCAST: April 2018 Episode

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In honor of the 20th anniversary of his death, this episode begins with a two-part tribute to the musical legacy of Rozz Williams (1963-1998). Although most often remembered for his early work (as a teen) when he founded deathrock pioneers Christian Death, this year's tribute sidesteps the well-covered (but rightly lauded) territory of Only Theatre of Pain, in favor of highlighting some of the man's less talked about later work under the name, as well as some lesser-played early essentials, later solo outings, and experimental side projects such as Premature EjaculationBloodflag, and EXP, in which he played bass for a change.

The first section begins with music from the criminally-underrated 1993 Christian Death album, The Path of Sorrows, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, then moves along to his wonderful cover of Bowie's "Time," before launching into a full set including many of the above-mentioned acts, as well as the immortal classic "Flowers." For those playing along at home, the intro set to this episode clocks in at 13 minutes, while the first full set lands at an even 34 minutes. I'm sure you all see how I did that.

Moving into the second full set of the show, we meet new music from New York's Bambara, a band that has distilled their combination of Nick Cave/Birthday Party, early Swans, and noise-rock influences into a fluid concept album, the just-released Shadow on Everything. Also a band that should be appreciated live, you can catch them on tour in the US for the next couple of months. Following that, we move to the grittier side of ROME's new Hall of Thatch LP for a second taste, before visiting the vaults for a rarity from the final recording sessions of The Chameleons' first incarnation.  

The second set continues with brand new music from two of Portland's current post-punk roster: First from Shadowlands' new release, simply entitled 
002, and then dipping backwards to 2017's Vacant Daydream release from Over, whose new single was featured on last month's show. Finally, the set concludes with another "banger" (as the kids say) from Italy's Horror Vacui, whose third full-length New Wave of Fear continues their reign of goth-punk infection.

Set three starts with more deathrock, as well it should! Seattle's Nox Novacula is up first, with the lead track from their new self-titled EP, followed by another late pick-up from 2017, a taste of Sextile's Albeit Living, which makes our transition from post-punk territory to darkwave. A deeper, more mournfully-in-motion cut from the new Dancing Plague album, Pure Desperation, leads the wave, which crashes next into a newcomer, Boston's House of Harm, with music taken from their new self-tiled EP. Another taste of Silent EM's Foreign States cassette then leads us back to another latecomer to the show, music from Portugal's Iamtheshadow, taken from their 2017 album, All of Our Demons.

The legendary Irishmen of Primordial kick off the dark metal portion of the show with a deep cut from their brand new LP, Exile Amongst the Ruins, which sees the band throwing a few new curves into their well-established sound. We then go a track further into the new ones from Pennsylvania's Veiled and California's Gloam, before closing the set with something brand new from Italian black metal act Altar of Perversion. Giving one more nod to the memory of Rozz Williams, I chose the song "Behind Stellar Angles II" to represent their new Intra Naos album-- not only because it clocks in at exactly 13:34, but that didn't hurt its chances, either. 

The show draws to a slow and pensive close with new music from French-Canadian act Neige et Noirceur (Snow and Darkness), with an epic-length ambient black metal piece taken from their new one, Vent Fantôme.


All of that PLUS: A nod to the 45th anniversary of a cult/b-horror gem, Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural; More time spent in the '70s horror and Czech new wave film and soundtrack vaults; recent dark ambient project connections; and more!


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(each band name is also a website link)
(sets and talk breaks separated by dashes)



"Out ov the Coffin" w/ Ichabod
  Show recorded on: April 25th, 2018

Opening Theme:
Elliot Goldenthal - Libera Me [from "Interview with the Vampire" (soundtrack), 1994]

Christian Death - In Absentia  [The Path of Sorrows, 1993]
EXP - Misericord (exc.)  [EXP, 1996]
Rozz Williams - Time  [Sleeping Dogs, 2013]
Bloodflag - Daughters of Darkness (exc.)  [Daughters of Darkness, 1997]
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Premature Ejaculation - Visitation  [Death Cultures, 1987]
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Christian Death - Electra Descending  [Catastrophe Ballet, 1984]
Rozz Williams & David E. Williams - Not In Love (live, 1996)  [Accept the Gift of Sin, 2003]
Rozz Williams - Dec. 30, 1334 (exc.)  [The Whorse's Mouth, 1996]
Rozz Williams & Gitane Demone - Flowers  [Dream Home Heartache, 1995]
Christian Death - The Luxury of Tears  [Ashes, 1985]
Rozz Williams - Death (exc.)  ["Pig" (soundtrack) 1998]
Christian Death - The Angels (The Zend-Avesta Mix)  [Death Mix, 1996]

Luboš Fišer - Matching Mirrors / Morgiana's Prowl  ["Morgiana" (soundtrack) 1972]
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Bambara - José Tries to Leave  [Shadow on Everything, 2018]
ROME - Hawker  [Hall of Thatch, 2018]
The Chameleons - Free For All  [Tony Fletcher Walked on Water, 1987]
Shadowlands - Newborn  [002, 2018]
Over - Just Blood  [Vacant Daydream, 2017]
Horror Vacui - Behind  [New Wave of Fear, 2018]
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Dan Neufeld - Main Title  ["Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural" (soundtrack) 1973]
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Nox Novacula - The Path  [Nox Novacula, 2018]
Sextile - One of These  [Albeit Living, 2017]
Dancing Plague - Slow Years  [Pure Desperation, 2018]
House of Harm - Cuts You Inside  [House of Harm, 2018]
Silent EM - The Hunt  [Foreign States, 2018]
Iamtheshadow - This Violence  [All of Our Demons, 2017]
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Aderlating - The Sword of Christ  ["The Echoing Black" (comp.) 2016]
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Primordial - Sunken Lungs  [Exile Amongst the Ruins, 2018]
Veiled - Omnipotent  [Black Celestial Orbs, 2018]
Gloam - ...Of a Carrion Kind  [Death is the Beginning, 2017]
Altar of Perversion - Behind Stellar Angles II  [Intra Naos, 2018]
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Alessandro Alessandroni & Nora Orlandi - The Dark Castle  ["The Devil's Nightmare" (soundtrack) 1971]
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Neige Et Noirceur - Le Diable Blanc  [Vent Fantôme, 2018]


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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

PODCAST: March 2018 Episode

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This episode begins with brand new music from ROME's Hall of Thatch LP, which sees the project shift from the historical to the more personal, taking on a darker, more gothic tone along the way. This episode's chosen track, "Hunter," recalls Children of God-era Swans crossed with some of Bauhaus' finest moments in the shadows -- which I, for one, am really glad to hear. 

The first full set begins by peering deeper into the new Black Sand EP from Fearing, who are fast becoming one of the best bands to watch in the US post-punk/goth scene. After that, we pay a quick visit to 2009 for a couple of overlooked classics from Velvet Acid Christ and The Eden House, before going a track deeper into the the new Silver Thorns EP from Australia's Lakes. Finally, Portland's Over make their debut on the show with a standalone single called "Amateur Predator," the sales of which will benefit Red Lodge Transition Services. Details on that here

As we dive head first into the pile of fresh deathrock sounds that is set two, we're treated to the pleasant surprise of new album from Italy's Horror Vacui, entitled New Wave of Fear. Being one of the best and brightest of the current deathrock scene, it's only fitting to pair them with another of the best and brightest, Oakland's Altar de Fey, and the b-side of their new Hope Dies Last/The Secret. New York's Elysian are up next, with a taste of their new self-titled 7-inch, followed by a deeper cut into Pelko, the latest from Finland's Kuudes Silmä. More music from down under rounds out the set, as I catch up with Publique's 2017 release, Outlying Self.  

Reaching the darkwave zone, we begin set three with brand new music from Washington state's Dancing Plague (who recently shortened their name from the more specific The Dancing Plague of 1518). Their new album, Pure Desperation, easily the cashes the promising check written by their first EPs. Next, we jump further down the tracklist of Atomic Eyes, the latest from Andy Deane's The Rain Within, before hitting another premiere, this time from New York's Silent EM, taken from their new Foreign States cassette. We then round back to late 2017 again, to pick up some overlooked new darkwave/post-punk from Philadelphia's Remote/Control, before closing the set with one from the vault: the now-old-enough-to-drink "Dark" from Gary Numan's 1997 comeback album, Exile

The dark metal portion of the show begins with some great new music from California's Gloam, crawling, then running, from late-last-year's Death is the Beginning. Pennsylvania's Veiled come crashing in next, with the opening track of their new Black Celestial Orbs, whose black metallic speed leads us to the almost-overlooked subtlety of Nortt's latest album, a slow-moving cloud of thick, black funeral doom, entitled Endeligt. We then travel one song further into the unlit catchiness that is Down Below, from Sweden's Tribulation, before getting a second breakfast from the new, and obviously Tolkien-soaked, Summoning album, With Doom We Come.

The show then winds up with a compilation-obscurity from the ever-impressive, if often dismissed, Death In Rome, who dared to cover the nearly-sacrosanct title track from the Cure's Disintegration -- and got away with it! 


All of that PLUS: Anniversary soundtrack nods this month to "Dark City" (20th), "Beetlejuice" (30th) and "The Unholy" (30th as well); Selections from the goth, neo-folk, darkwave, and horror soundtrack vaults; and more!


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"Out ov the Coffin" w/ Ichabod
  Show recorded on: March 27th, 2018

Opening Theme:
Elliot Goldenthal - Libera Me [from "Interview with the Vampire" (soundtrack), 1994]
ROME - Hunter  [Hall of Thatch, 2018]
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Trevor Jones - Shell Beach/You Can't Remember... Can You?  ["Dark City" (soundtrack) 1998]
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Fearing - Rose & Web  [Black Sand, 2017]
Velvet Acid Christ - The Art of Breaking Apart  [The Art of Breaking Apart, 2009]
The Eden House - To Believe In Something  [Smoke and Mirrors, 2009]
Lakes - Frost  [Silver Thorns, 2017]
Over - Amateur Predator  [digital single, 2018]

Danny Elfman - The Book! / Sold / Lydia Discovers?  ["Beetlejuice" (soundtrack) 1988]
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Horror Vacui - On the Other Side  [New Wave of Fear, 2018]
Altar de Fey - The Secret  [Hope Dies Last/The Secret (single), 2018]
Elysian - In The Red Light Tower  [Elysian, 2018]
Kuudes Silmä - Sinä Ja Minä  [Pelko, 2017] 
Publique - Axe of Love  [Outlying Self, 2017]
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Ken Higgins & James Calabrese - Attack of the Lizard People/Kreon's Bride  ["Spookies" (soundtrack) 1986]
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Dancing Plague - Pure Desperation  [Pure Desperation, 2018]
The Rain Within - Fear, Lies, And Love  [Atomic Eyes, 2018]
Silent EM - Pure Heart  [Foreign States, 2018]
Remote/Control - Exposure  [Exposure, 2017]
Gary Numan - Dark  [Exile, 1997]
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Daniel Licht - Blood Theme ["Dexter" (soundtrack) 2006]
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Gloam - Death is the Beginning  [Death is the Beginning, 2017]
Veiled - Luminous  [Black Celestial Orbs, 2018]
Nortt - Fra hæld til intet  [Endeligt, 2017]
Tribulation - The Lament  [Down Below, 2018]
Summoning - Carcharoth  [With Doom We Come, 2018]
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Roger Bellon - Another Dead Dog / Split Red  ["Unholy" (soundtrack) 1988]
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Death In Rome - Disintegration  ["Valuable and Unreleased: A fine selection from SPQR" (comp.) 2017]


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Thursday, February 22, 2018

PODCAST: February 2018 Episode

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Following last month's "Best ov..." special, this episode is a return to the "normal" format of the show, featuring a slate of brand new releases, deeper cuts into current albums, a bit of catching up on releases that slipped into last year's cracks, and, of corpse, some selections from the vaults.

We begin with a deeper cut from Chelsea Wolfe's latest, Hiss Spun, which sees her continuing to gravitate towards the heavier end of the musical spectrum, while still retaining her delicate ethereal vocal magic over the top. That slides nicely into Petr Hapka's Czech New Wave soundtrack work from the 1978 film, "Panna a Netvor" (Beauty and the Beast). As I mention in the break, director Juraj Herz was also responsible for the beautiful "Morgiana," which shared a composer with the film "Valerie and Her Week of Wonders," about which I've gushed many times.

The first full set begins with more live-in-studio recordings from last year's 
Hansa Studios Session, from the ever-prolific ROME -- who have already released a new full-length, to be featured on next month's show. After picking up a forgotten recent gem from O. Children, I finally go out on an interesting limb with new(ish) music from Atlanta's Algiers, whose unique sound merges classic soul with post-punk, adding tinges of industrialized hip-hop beats and '60s gospel/protest music. It may throw a few listeners for a loop, but it's a worthwhile loop to ride.

After that, we get another taste of 
Ritual Howls' western-goth-noir from their latest EP, Their Body, before visiting the vaults for some late '90s hard goth, courtesy of Germany's Dreadful Shadows (who would later morph into the more accessible Zeraphine). Fellow Germans Xmal Deutschland (who grace the flyer for the March 3rd edition of Fascination Street here in Nashville), close the set with a classic from their self-released 1987 album, Viva.

The second set kicks off with Virginia's Shadow Age, giving you one more reason to track down their latest EP, The Fall. Next, we get a taste of two forthcoming releases from Occult Whispers Records, first some bleak Minneapolis post-punk/goth from Temple's self-titled EP, then the thankfully-resurrected US deathrock band Altar de Fey. Their new 'cassingle' is but a teaser for a much-anticipated full length album coming later this year, so watch out for that on a future episode. We then dip back into 1987 for a cult classic from Mighty Sphincter, before picking up a song from the sadly overlooked Acid Tongue EP from Canada's Blood Bitch. Finally, new UK post-punks Luxury round out the set with a short but peppy track from their new single, Primrose Path.

The third set slides towards the darkwave/electronic/synth zone, kicking off with brand new music from The Soft Moon's new Criminal LP, followed closely by new music from one of the most productive men in the US, Andy Deane. This time, we get a whole new album from his synthwave project The Rain Within, which really shouldn't be thought of as a side project, given how much activity we've seen under that flag as of late. You can bask in Atomic Eyes right here.

Keeping you on the dance floor next (with your shades on, no doubt), is 
Sally Dige's Holding On, which should satisfy those yearnings for a fog-lit nightclub take on the current 'wave revival. Italian Darkwave veterans The Frozen Autumn arrive next, with a Xymox-soaked track from their latest, The Fellow Traveler. Germany's Sixth June make their 'Coffin debut after that, from their 2017 release Virgo Rising, followed by a set-closing obscurity from 1999's darkwave/goth scene, The Winter Chapter

We enter the dark metal portion of the show with the goth-leaning new Down Below album from Sweden's Tribulation -- which has proven to be great driving music, by the way. Dipping down to Chile, we follow that with new post/black metal from Lascar's Saudade album, followed by a 2016 demo track from Finland's Celestial Grave (recently issued as a compilation CD, coupled with their 2017 Pvtrefactio 7-inch). And, just in case things weren't black enough for you yet, we close with something from the golden era of the second wave of black metal, the opening track from Abigor's unstoppable 1995 classic, Nachthymnen (From the Twilight Kingdom).

Having recently re-watched the movie trilogy, I decided to close this month's episode in Middle Earth, starting with a selection from Howard Shore's 
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" soundtrack during the last talk break, the show exits stage left with a song from the brand new Summoning album, With Doom We Come. As with all of the band's work, it is well done and absolutely soaked in LOTR atmosphere. I still maintain that their music should have been used somewhere in the film trilogy, but nobody asked me. 

All of that PLUS: New would-be soundtrack music from Lisa Cuthbert's Hextapes; More actual-soundtrack work from "Get Out" and "Stranger Things 2"; Selections from the deathrock, goth, and soundtrack vaults; and more!


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"Out ov the Coffin" w/ Ichabod
  Show recorded on: February 22nd, 2018

Opening Theme:
Elliot Goldenthal - Libera Me [from "Interview with the Vampire" (soundtrack), 1994]

Chelsea Wolfe - Particle Flux  [Hiss Spun, 2017]
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Petr Hapka - TitulnÌ varhany ["Panna a netvor" (aka "Beauty and the Beast") (soundtrack) 1978]
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ROME - A Legacy of Unrest (live)  [Hansa Studios Session, 2017]
O. Children - Malo  [O. Children, 2010]
Algiers - Death March  [The Underside of Power, 2017]
Ritual Howls - Blood Red Moon  [Their Body, 2017]
Dreadful Shadows - The Figures of Disguise  [Beyond the Maze, 1998]
Xmal Deutschland - Polarlicht  [Viva, 1987]
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Michael Abels - The Auction/Hypnosis  ["Get Out" (soundtrack) 2017]
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Shadow Age - Bliss  [The Fall, 2017]
Temple - Patricide  [Temple, 2018]
Altar de Fey - Hope Dies Last  [Hope Dies Last/The Secret (single), 2018]
Mighty Sphincter - Secret Ceremony  [In the Kingdom of Heaven, 1987]
Blood Bitch - Total Hysteria  [Acid Tongue, 2015]
Luxury - Primrose Path  [Primrose Path/Sinclair, 2018]
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Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - Soldiers  ["Stranger Things 2" (score) 2017]
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The Soft Moon - Burn  [Criminal, 2018]
The Rain Within - Rain  [Atomic Eyes, 2018]
Sally Dige - Holding On  [Holding On, 2017]
The Frozen Autumn - Your Touch  [The Fellow Traveler, 2017]
Sixth June - Call Me  [Virgo Rising, 2017]
The Winter Chapter - New Emotion  [Time of Faith, 1999]
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Lisa Cuthbert - Will  [Hextapes, 2017]
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Tribulation - The World  [Down Below, 2018]
Lascar - Thin Air  [Saudade, 2017]
Celestial Grave - The Bearer of Death  [Burial Ground Trance, 2016]
Abigor - Unleashed Axe-Age  [Nachthymnen (From the Twilight Kingdom), 1995]
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Howard Shore - The Forbidden Pool  ["The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" (soundtrack) 2002]
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Summoning - Silvertine  [With Doom We Come, 2018]



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