The Doom in Us All is a compilation tribute album to Black Sabbath. Check out the stream here.
The Doom in Us All: A Tribute to Black Sabbath by Ted Kirkpatrick
Some renditions of Sabbath tunes here with some fairly well know people singing and playing.
WAR PIGS features Chris Jericho (Fozzy) on vocals, and Scotti Hill (Skid Row) on lead guitar
LORD OF THIS WORLD has Trevor McNevan (Thousand Foot Krutch) – vocals, Bruce Franklin (Trouble) – lead guitar
INTO THE VOID the dulcet tones of Corey Glover (Living Colour) on vocals
ELECTRIC FUNERAL has Eric Wagner (The Skull) on vocals
CHILDREN OF THE GRAVE features Tim Ripper Owens (Judas Priest) singing, and Karl Sanders (Nile) on lead guitar.
I will miss Sabbath – they say their current tour is their last (hence calling it The End), but never say never.
To properly celebrate St. Paddy’s, we present The Emerald Armada, reportedly brought to life in Belfast, Ireland six years ago to create music about all of life’s little inspirations. Since this time frame the quintet has toured throughout the UK and Ireland supporting favorite acts such as Frightened Rabbit, Villagers, and Admiral Fallow. Today’s track was released on July 13 this past year, although this past week we luckily ran across it over at Soundcloud. The band has three EP releases which are available for purchase via their BC link below, notably, “Five Beating Hearts“, “Hearty Laughs & Warmer Hearts“, and a self-titled EP.
The Emerald Armada will be playing at their 5th annual St Patrick’s Day show at the McHughs Basement, Belfast tomorrow, Friday the 18th of March.This House HypeMachine
This is their new offering, off their anticipated new Album out in April called The Hidden City. Astbury and Duffy still have the magic to produce some thought provoking and memorable tunes.
They’ve finish a rather small UK tour and are starting a bigger US tour:
- Mar 18 – Austin City Limits at the Moody Theater (Midnight) – Austin, TX
- Mar 19 – Brady Theater – Tulsa, OK
- Mar 20 – Steifel Theater – Salina, KS
- Mar 22 – Anthem at Hard Rock Casino – Sioux City, IA
- Mar 24 – Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN
- Mar 25 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL
- Mar 26 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI
- Mar 28 – Taft Theatre – Cincinnati, OH
- Mar 29 – Hard Rock Live – Northfield, OH
- Mar 31 – Casino Rama – Rama, ON
- Apr 03 – Foxwoods Casino – Mashantucket, CT
- Apr 05 – Shubert Theater – Boston, MA
- Apr 06 – The Paramount – Huntington, NYY
- Apr 08 – Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
- Apr 09 – Wellmont Theater – Montclair, NJ
- Apr 10 – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD
- Apr 12 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA
- Apr 14 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
- Apr 15 – Mahaffey Theater – St. Petersburg, FL
- Apr 16 – The Fillmore – Miami, FL
I know they are originally from Bradford, and maybe just a few dates in the UK was not enough, there’s been some criticism about that.
They are now established in America, having broken it when they released Electric and Sonic Temple, in quick succession I thought, with it’s “Mercan” Rock sound, that put Duffy firmly in his comfort zone, as well as Astbury into his American Indian phase.
I say phase, but it’s always been there with Moya from Ian’s band Southern Death Cult and their only real release, then Dreamtime, and again on Rain from Love, still my favourite LP after all these years.
It’s been a rocky road for Ian and Billy, many times have they broken up, done other things, but I think, from what I’ve read, they are firmly attuned together, bringing the best out in each other.
If Hinterland is just the tip of the Iceberg from this album, I look forward to, maybe, making it my new favourite.
Looking forward to their new album Nattesferd on the 8th April, so we will have to wait until then. For now enjoy the latest single, 1985 – listen here, download from iTunes
A dystopian rock’n’roll anthem set in a cold and distant future where technology has reduced us to nothing more than lifeless meatbags. Somebody press the rewind-button!
Only just returned from Hammerfest to find lots of great stuff to listen too.
- Vredehammer: Violator (from “Violator”, Norway)
- Hallas: Insomnia (from S/T, Sweden)
- Exterminas: The Dawn of Deceit (from “Dichotomy”,Treviso Italy)
- The Heretic Order: Death Ride Blues (from “Death Ride Blues”, London, UK)
- Divinity: Manhunt (from The Immortalist Pt2: Momentum, Calgary, Canada)
- LVTHN: My Indignation (from “Eradication of Nescience”, Belgium)
- Gracepoint: Spider (from “Echoes”, Minneapolis, USA)
- Eohum: The Apathetic Plague (from “Ealdfaeder”, Montreal, Canada)
- Kuoleman Galleria: Käsimys Kunniaan (from “Käsimys Kunniaan”, Tampere, Finalnd)
- Distoriam: The Call to Freedom (from “Wacken Metal Battle 2016 Compilation”, Montreal , Canada)
Tall Ships, originally from Falmouth but now living in Brighton, issued today’s feature via one of their first EPs, which was later bundled up in the double Tall Ships EP / There Is Nothing But Chemistry Here release in 2012.
You may likely remember our first feature back in 2011 of the stellar single Plate Tectonics. We recently heard a great remix of another track via the music app Undrtone and subsequently discovered the original version over on the BSM Soundcloud page for download.
You can purchase this great bundled math rock release, in addition to several other great albums through the Big Scary Monsters Bandcamp site below.
[via BSM]Words Are Pegs Upon Which We Hang Ideas HypeMachine
Show 293 is recorded and ready to go as soon as I receive a replacement copy of one of the tracks from the band’s PR. Unfortunately, the track cuts off prematurely and I somehow failed to notice it until I was mixing the show on Friday night after finishing the recording. As soon as the new version of the track arrives, I’ll replace the old one, mix the revised show down and have it up in a jiffy!
“Recorded live at Antenna Studios in London, their debut self-titled EP, be released in March of last year, captures the chemistry, raw energy and raucous charm of this alt pop guitar duo.” [bio]
Music from the artists. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Peter Clitheroe of Suffolk 'n' Cool
1. Surma – Maasai (Leiria, Portugal)
2. Radiation City – Milky White (Portland, E.U.A.)
3. Astronauts, etc. – I Know (Oakland, E.U.A.)
4. Peirson – Wild Ones (Toronto, Canadá)
5. Line And Circle – Roman Ruins (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
6. Horse Party – What I’d Do (Bury St. Edmunds, Inglaterra) [artista do mês de Março]
7. Youthless – High Places (Lisboa, Portugal)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.Facebook, TuneIn, Twitter
Ultra Sheriff is a biomechanical trio from beyond the stars, committed to the annihilation of mankind. Cartoony space chaos packed with catchy tunes and robotic apocalypse – Ultra Sheriff embraces and explores the potential of science-fiction and 80s aesthetics. The live shows can best be described as a sensory overload, combining synchronized animations with dance friendly beats and epic melodies. This is an audiovisual attack you will be powerless to resist – please cooperate!
Influences: 80’s, Megaman, Gradius, Cartoons, Italo
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The Flowers of Dunblane – His Worship and the Pig
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Wednesday 13th March 1996
- Victoria Elizabeth Clydesdale (age 5)
- Emma Elizabeth Crozier (age 5)
- Melissa Helen Currie (age 5)
- Charlotte Louise Dunn (age 5)
- Kevin Allan Hasell (age 5)
- Ross William Irvine (age 5)
- David Charles Kerr (age 5)
- Mhairi Isabel MacBeath (age 5)
- Brett McKinnon (age 6)
- Abigail Joanne McLennan (age 5)
- Gwen Mayor (age 45) —Primary School Teacher
- Emily Morton (age 5)
- Sophie Jane Lockwood North (age 5)
- John Petrie (age 5)
- Joanna Caroline Ross (age 5)
- Hannah Louise Scott (age 5)
- Megan Turner (age 5)
Taking its name from an Arab Strap song – One Day, After School… is the work of Dean Freeman, a musician and writer hailing from Wakefield in the UK. Donations toward his newest single Somasphere, found over at the Bandcamp link below, go towards aiding Leeds Mind, a mental health charity.
Dean mentioned on his site that the first version of his excellent track Somasphere was written about 6 years ago on a particularly bad day, where he woke up and was unable to move completely bound by a mental issue and stuck in bed. Luckily he had someone strong and understanding to stand by him in this time of trouble, but mentions there are those that don’t and that’s where the good people at Leeds Mind can come in to play.
The single Somasphere, a three song release, was issued by Philophobia Music earlier this year in late January.
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This week on The Bugcast: our listeners choose the best tracks from the past year!Songs played
- Emerald Park – Liberteens – requested by jonkulp, and originally played on episode 357
- Both – Axel – requested by Yannick, and originally played on episode 363
- Bellevue – Ghost – requested by chalkahlom, and originally played on episode 367
- Christian Kane – The House Rules – requested by Lainey, and originally played on episode 380
- Kristen Barkuloo – Halfway To Tennessee – requested by jonkulp, and originally played on episode 380
- Andy Hawk – New Orleans – requested by kevie, and originally played on episode 382
- Karissa Hobbs – Age Of Flowers – requested by chalkahlom, and originally played on episode 385
- Christian Kane – Thinking of You – requested by gamerchick02, and originally played on episode 390
- Kristen Barkuloo – Last Chance – requested by Lainey, and originally played on episode 390
- Les Dud – Dudic Life Reloaded – requested by Yannick, and originally played on episode 390
- Axl and Arth – Funktown – requested by gamerchick02, and originally played on episode 397
- Arrow & Olive – Our Place – requested by kevie, and originally played on episode 398
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The band was started by Mirco Basso (lead vocals, age 18), Luca Basso (rhythm guitar, age 24) and Thomas Volpato (lead guitar, age 21) in July 2014.
After some local shows and a great feedback from the local audience, they decided to independently record and publish one of our songs, which became their debut single ‘Show Me The Way’ on 7th May 2015. [bio]
Episode number 149 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart at the controls again. Eight tracks from UK Artists.
Recording Date: Friday 11 March 2016
Rating: Work Safe
- Thoughts – Tuck | Download
Brighton | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter
- Tail Feather – Space Travel
Somewhere in the UK | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- The Calm Fiasco – She Said | Download
Glasgow | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Alpha Male Tea Party – Reach For The Stars Kid But Don’t Blame Me If It Makes You Miserable | Download
Liverpool | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Lull – Cicada
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Plaza – Token
North East England | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter
- The Velvet Hands – Habit
St Austell, London, Reading and Southampton | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Véloniños – Hey Véloniño
Scotland | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
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- Made in the UK Show
- Intro music by Blame Amy
- Music bed by Time in Antarctica