Friday, January 13, 2012

PODCAST: January 12th, 2012

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This episode kicks off with a brand new track from Autumn Cannibals, which started as the solo project of Jeff Diehm from The Last Dance, and has now grown into more of a full band. The single "Worn" serves as a teaser for the second Autumn Cannibals release, expected later this year.

From Metropolis Records this week, three new entries emerge: The bluesy, gothic rock of Switzerland's The Beauty of Gemina, from their forthcoming release, Iscariot Blues; then, some atypical EBM from South Africa's Acretongue, whose new release is Strange Cargo; and, finally, the more aggressive side of ebm/industrial, as represented by Germany's [:SITD:], from their latest release, Icon:Koru.

You'll also hear me talk quite a bit about a new compilation from the Kalpamantra label entitled Saur Maas, which collects 72 tracks of mostly dark ambient bands -- for FREE!
You can grab the download of this compilation HERE. You're sure to hear many, many selections from this release on future shows, since it's full of great atmosphere, but included on this episode are four of those acts: Ukraine's First Human Ferro, Germany's E.V.P., Sweden's Nebulosation, and France's Treha Sektori, who I often mention are among my favorite dark ambient acts.

This show also delves further into the latest releases from ROME and
Sólstafir, rescues a couple of songs that were sadly left out of the "Best ov 2011" episode, hits more fresh material from IAMX (check out the video!) and Dead Can Dance's Brendan Perry, offers some interesting covers of classic songs, and closes with the spotlight thrown on the recent remaster/reissue of the 4-way doom metal split, Fo(u)r Burials, on both CD and Vinyl.

Also: As promised, here are the links for the Nashville area events that I mention on this episode:  Re:Wind '80s Night, Jan 14th @ Canvas, and +SALVATION+ Gothic/Industrial Night, Jan 21st @ The Rutledge. Come hang out.

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Format: Band Name - Song Title [Album Title, Year]

(each band name is also a website link)

"Out ov the Coffin" w/ Ichabod
Show date: Thursday, January 12th, 2012

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

Autumn Cannibals - Worn [single, 2012]
E.V.P. - Sky Ritual  [v/a - Saur Maas, 2011]
Brendan Perry - Babylon  [Ark, 2011]
Esben and the Witch - Marching Song  [Violet Cries, 2011]
IAMX - Bernadette  [Volatile Times, 2011]
ThouShaltNot - The Haunted Phonograph  [single, 2011]
Siouxsie & the Banshees - You're Lost Little Girl  [Through the Looking Glass, 1987]
Mors Syphilitica - Galatea  [Feather and Fate, 2001]
Angelo Badalamenti - New Shoes  [Twin Peaks Season 2 Music and More, 2007]
The Beauty of Gemina - Voices of Winter  [Iscariot Blues, 2012]
ROME - A Pact of Blood  [Die Æsthetik Der Herrschaftsfreiheit - Band 1: Aufbruch, 2011]
Virgin Prunes - Walls of Jericho  […If I Die, I Die, 1982]
1919 - The Hunted  [The Machine, 1983]
The Deadfly Ensemble - Horse on the Moor  [An Entire Wardrobe of Doubt and Uncertainty, 2006]
Bat For Lashes - Daniel vs The Cure - A Forest (Thriftshop XL's Obvious Mash-up) [digital, 2009]
Nebulosation - Claustrophobia  [v/a - Saur Maas, 2011]
Acretongue - Amber  [Strange Cargo, 2011]
Velvet Acid Christ - The Figurehead  [Wound (single), 2006]
C-Drone-Defect - Tempus Fugit  [Dystopia, 2009]
Treha Sektori - Devehassiah Entestereh  [v/a - Saur Maas, 2011]
[:SITD:] - Dystopie  [Icon:Koru, 2011]
Bear McCreary -  Among the Ruins  [Battlestar Galactica: Season 4 (soundtrack), 2009]
My Dying Bride - Scarborough Fair  [Bring Me Victory EP, 2009]
Sólstafir - Ljós í Stormi  [Svartir Sandar, 2011]
Rapture - Gallows  [Songs for the Withering, 2002]
Borknagar - Svartskogs Gilde  [Borknagar, 1996]
First Human Ferro - Particles of God  [v/a - Saur Maas, 2011]
Mournful Congregation - Left Unspoken  [v/a - Fo(u)r Burials, 2008]

[N] = Nashville artist

(exc.) = excerpt

^RQ^ = requested

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