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BDWPS Podcast #40

In this month’s podcast we focus on some of the best metal albums to come out in the past few months. You’ll hear new tracks from Chelsea Wolfe, Deafheaven, Myrkur, High On Fire, Windhand, and Locrian. I also discuss the documentary “Alive Inside” and contemplate the future of the Bob Dylan song tradition to finish off each episode. You can listen to the episode HERE or you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher (search: BDWPS). Podomatic has also recently released an app that allows you to listen to the episodes that is worth checking out.

Tracklist:

Chelsea Wolfe “Carrion Flowers”
Deafheaven “Brought to the Water”
Myrkur “Jeg Er Guden, I Er Tjenerne”
High On Fire “The Falconist”
Windhand “Crypt Key”
Locrian “The Future of Death”
Ciroth Ungol “I’m Alive”
Candlemass “All Along the Watchtower”

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BDWPS Podcast #31

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In this episode you’ll hear new tracks from Meatbodies, Caribou, Mick Jenkins, Ariel Pink, Young Widows, S. Carey, and Electric Wizard. I also discuss the documentary “The Ballad of Ramblin’ Jack” and take a look at the year Bob Dylan broke, 1965. You can now subscribe to BDWPS Podcast on Stitcher (search: BDWPS) and, of course, you can subscribe on iTunes.  You can also listen to it online over at podomatic (click HERE!).

Playlist:

Meatbodies “Wahoo”

Caribou “Can’t Do Without You”

Mick Jenkins “Healer”

Ariel Pink “White Freckles”

Young Widows “Kerosene Girl”

S. Carey “Alpenglow”

Electric Wizard “Sadiowitch”

Bob Dylan “Ballad of a Thin Man”

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Pilgrim “Misery Wizard”

 

When I was eight years old, I tried to be a wrestler.  For several weeks, my dad took me to the local high school gym to take part in what was known as “Little Guy Wrestling” clinics.  I had no prior knowledge of the sport, and really didn’t have much interest in rolling around on a mat with another boy.  The only reason I joined was to hang out with a couple of my best friends at the time, Burrell and Moorman.  To no avail, I hated it.  It was too hot, too frantic, and I was miserable at it.  I just didn’t enjoy getting man-(boy?)-handled for two hours when I’d rather be at home playing “Contra.”  I finally had to give up on the sport, and as a result, would feel a tinge of guilt whenever around my two friends at school.  It would be the first and last time I ever quit something.

That is, until black metal came along.

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