Episode 177: Belated

Yeah, we know this is up late.  And we apologize. And we don’t actually know what went wrong, but things had to be fixed.  So, the episode title relates to that, but numerous other things that we discussed during the time of the recording.  Valentine’s Day is now over, the first of three Friday the 13ths in 2015 has passed, and a day significant to this very institution is also behind us.  What day is that, you ask? Come on…haven’t you learned I am not going to tell you here?  Listen to the episode!

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Reviews:
An Autumn for Crippled Children – The Long Goodbye (Wickerman)
Dead Empires
 – Secret Snakes/Silent Serpents (independent)
Thulcandra Ascension (Napalm)
Wolfheart  Winterborn (Spinefarm)

Live Review:
Children of the KoRnBlack OutVining HillSakara @ Maximum Capacity in Chicopee, MA on February 6, 2015


Dead Empires – Secret Snakes / Silent Serpent


Wolfheart – Winterborn


Thulcandra – Ascension Lost


An Autumn For Crippled Children – The Long Goodbye

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2 thoughts on “Episode 177: Belated

  1. Vining Hill had “major errors” in their performance? You must have covered it up well because I didn’t notice. I’ve been listing to “Smoke” so I was familiar with the music, but I didn’t notice those flaws you spoke about.

    I agree that Sakura who opened for Vining Hill was pretty good and I would be interested in hearing them as a showcase.

    I was also impressed with the sound at that venue. I didn’t stay for the tribute bands, but Sakura and Vining Hill sounded very good.

    I have a theory as to why you can’t find any “local” bands in northern New Jersey: even if they live in Jersey, they play their “local” shows in Brooklyn.

    I had to look up the name of the song you played by Wolfheart. It’s called “Ghosts of Karelia” but I thought it was Ghosts of “Corellia” which as I’m sure you know is Han Solo’s home planet.

    I’ve never heard of this band you kept talking about called 41. You kept saying that you played some 41 on your old radio show.

    1. Wow dude. I have to say that I haven’t heard it before, but that pun is a hell of groaner.

      Also, I am sure I did know that Corellia is Han’s home, but it’s been a while since I have had to use that, so it only sounds familiar at this point.

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