Friday, March 23, 2012

PODCAST: March 22nd, 2012

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I'd have to say that the biggest music news of the week has been the announcement of a US tour from the legendary Dead Can Dance. I'm most excited, of course, about their Nashville date (September 4th @ The Ryman), but you can see all of the dates here. While you're there, you can download a free copy of the newly released Live Happenings: Part IV, a selection from which is featured on this episode.

This episode opens with a debut from the Austrian band Cold Flesh Colony. Their sound is an unusual mix of post-punk bass-lines, industrial beats, and near-black-metal vocal delivery. Their new album is entitled The Dark Passenger, and it is available as a free or a pay download here.

Out of Texas, you'll hear brand new music from the band Ending the Vicious Cycle, whose love for old-school gothic rock would be hard to mask. Their single is called 1,000 Words, and you can learn more about that one here.

From the Metropolis Records camp, you'll hear from two new releases: The more rock-infused, old-school industrial sound of Inure, from their new album The Offering; then, a remix from the new EP by Everything Goes Cold, who have kept things on their own EBM/Industrial terms with The Tyrant Sun.

Also new to the show this week: A closer look at
Painthings, from Poland's Deathcamp Project; new dark ambient sounds from Pennsylvania's Deorsum Fluens; and the latest single (and video) from Alcest, in honor of their tour hitting this part of the US this week.

All that, plus: More Italian-Horror-music-worship with the likes of Sweden's Anima Morte, among others; an older version of Light Asylum's new single to whet your appetite for their soon-to-be-released new album; a stack of current and classic deathrock; a journey into early '90s dark death metal; and more.

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PLAYLIST
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, March 22nd, 2012


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


Cold Flesh Colony - The Dark Passenger  [The Dark Passenger, 2012]
The Deadfly Ensemble - Tiny Little Things (exc.) [A Seed Catalog for Extinct Annuals, 2008]
Dead Can Dance - Rakim [Live Happennigs: Part IV, 2012]
ROME - The Merchant Fleet  [Die Aesthetik der Herrschaftsfreiheit - Band 1: Aufbruch, 2011]
Light Asylum - Shallow Tears  [single, 2012]
Bella Morte - Bones Below  [Before the Flood, 2011]
Ending the Vicious Cycle - One Thousand Words (Angels of Liberty Mix) [1000 Words, 2012]
Deorsum Fluens - Gleaming Are The Unseen Structures  [Saur Maas, 2011]
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Last Train [Paint Your Wagon, 1986]
The Mission UK - Over the Hills and Far Away  [The First Chapter, 1987]
Burning Image - Haunted  [Kaliffornian Deathrock, 2006]
The Eternal Fall - The Scar  [To Darkness, 2006]
Acid Bats - Madre Morte  [Exhumacion, 2008]
In Loving Memory - Emmanuelle  [Phrenology, 2010]
Walter Rizzati / Franco de Gemini - Tema Bambino ["The House By The Cemetery" (soundtrack, 1981)]
Deathcamp Project - Cold the Same  [Painthings, 2011]
Inure - All Alone  [The Offering, 2012]
Anders Manga - Catastrophe  ["Gothic Compilation Part XLVI "]
Everything Goes Cold - The Iron Fist Of Just Destruction (Cosmic Cubanate Remix By Be My Enemy)  [The Tyrant Sun, 2012]
The Ludovico Technique - Heal My Scars  [The Ludovico Technique EP, 2010]
Baal Mefisto - Ruins of a Bygone Age  [The Prophecy, 2005]
Anima Morte - The Revenant  [The Nightmare Becomes Reality, 2011]
Samael - Sleep of Death  [Worship Him, 1991]
Amorphis - Black Embrace  [The Karelian Isthmus , 1992]
Neurosis - Through Silver in Blood  [Through Silver in Blood, 1996]
Borknagar - Om Hundrede Aar Er Alting Glemt  [The Olden Domain, 1997]
Alcest - Autre Temps  [Les Voyages De L'├éme, 2012]

KEY:
[N] = Nashville artist

(exc.) = excerpt

^RQ^ = requested
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