The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LXIII: A Feast Of The Beast – A Celebration Of 40 Years Of Iron Maiden

The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LXIII:
A Feast Of The Beast – A Celebration Of 40 Years Of Iron Maiden

Original release date: 15th December 2015
Total length: 5:12:50 in 5 parts

Download link:
https://mega.nz/#!tTQTAALJ!pjo7Rk0rwJg4BY78iYx6ljWQ-n_EsIwyRrVNjeWHi6o

You are all cordially invited to a massive celebration at Hammer Of Retribution Towers’ temporary home the Cart & Horses, Stratford, hosted by Mr P.B. Dickinson, Mr S.P. Harris, Mr D.M. Murray, Mr A.F. Smith, Mr J.R. Gers, Mr M.H. McBrain, and Mr E. Head where there will be full English breakfasts, in-flight ready meals, jellied eels, pie and mash, many crates of Ruddles, and a birthday cake with 40 candles on it. Also invited and possibly present will be Mr D.G. Sampson, Mr P. Andrews (if he isn’t in prison), Mr D.W. Stratton and Mr B.A. Cooke. Donations will be accepted in memory of Mr C.R. Burr to any Multiple Sclerosis charity.

The reason for this celebration should be obvious. In a mere ten days from now, as the rest of the country scoffs turkey and stuffing, pulls crackers and watches Her Madge tell us about the corgis’ latest trip to the vet, Iron Maiden will be celebrating 40 years as a band. Or, at least, 40 years since the aforementioned Steve Harris got together with a few of his mates, picked up his bass and started to twang the intro of Innocent Exile.

This Ogg-Cast will take in the entire history of Iron Maiden. 21 tracks of theirs include one from each of their 16 albums, one ancient demo and four B-sides, which will be interspersed with some of the bands their members were in both before and after their stint on board the tour bus with Eddie, some solo and side projects on top of that – and a handful of guest bands who were contemporaries of Iron Maiden and whose histories are somewhat interwoven. All in all, I’ve gone out of my way to leave no stone unturned, although if I’d included absolutely every outside band I could ever have thought of, the show would have gone through the six-hour mark and I’ve used as much space on the Podomatic server as I had! As it stands, the total is just over five hours, and a band of the calibre of Iron Maiden deserve no less. If that doesn’t float your boat (or launch your plane, as we might say here), why are you even here?

And yes, I know there have been a few lowlights – so to mark out the baseline for what they did even on an off-day, don’t forget to listen first to the predecessor compilation, Rusty Hag: The Very Worst Of Iron Maiden (which is not an official Ogg-Cast). Then some of the references in this show will make more sense!

UP THE IRONS!

PART ONE (1:07:59)
0:03:23 Clutch – Noble Savage
0:08:47 Iron Maiden – Invasion [1979: The Soundhouse Tapes]
0:11:55 Iron Maiden – Phantom Of The Opera [1980: Iron Maiden]
0:19:00 Iron Maiden – Drifter [1981: Killers]
0:27:06 Killers – Impaler
0:31:06 The Original Iron Men – Death Of Me
0:35:38 Urchin – She’s A Roller
0:42:49 Iron Maiden – Burning Ambition [B-sides Spotlight]
0:46:50 Samson – Thunderburst
0:48:54 Samson – Hammerhead
0:52:28 Iron Maiden – Hallowed Be Thy Name [1982: The Number Of The Beast]
0:59:37 Trust – The Savage

PART TWO (1:08:42)
0:02:54 Headless Cross – Circle Of Madness [Liber Oscura]
0:08:51 Iron Maiden – Die With Your Boots On [1983: Piece Of Mind]
0:14:16 Iron Maiden – 2 Minutes To Midnight [1984: Powerslave]
0:23:02 Iron Maiden – Alexander The Great [1986: Somewhere In Time]
0:31:35 Iron Maiden – The Clairvoyant [1988: Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son]
0:40:51 Iron Maiden – Sheriff Of Huddersfield [B-sides Spotlight]
0:44:22 Iron Maiden – Massacre [B-sides Spotlight / Covered]
0:51:01 ASAP – You Could Be A King
0:54:36 White Spirit – Midnight Chaser
0:59:50 Psycho Motel – Psycho Motel

PART THREE (1:12:52)
0:01:03 Motörhead – No Voices In The Sky
0:07:43 Iron Maiden – Tailgunner [1990: No Prayer For The Dying]
0:11:55 Iron Maiden – Fear Of The Dark [1992: Fear Of The Dark]
0:23:45 Bruce Dickinson – The Tower
0:28:28 Wolfsbane – Paint The Town Red
0:35:51 Iron Maiden – Sign Of The Cross [1995: The X Factor]
0:47:01 Iron Maiden – The Clansman [1998: Virtual XI]
1:01:36 Iron Maiden – I Live My Way [B-sides Spotlight]
1:05:21 Blaze – Ghost In The Machine

PART FOUR (1:02:01)
0:01:54 Accept – Metal Heart [Tunes Of Yore]
0:07:43 Running Wild – Port Royal [Tunes Of Yore]
0:12:13 Warlock – Burning The Witches [Tunes Of Yore]
0:18:11 Judas Priest – Running Wild
0:22:50 Iron Maiden – Out Of The Silent Planet [2000: Brave New World]
0:29:16 Iron Maiden – Rainmaker [2003: Dance Of Death]
0:37:51 Iron Maiden – For The Greater Good Of God [2006: A Matter Of Life And Death]
0:47:13 Iron Maiden – When The Wild Wind Blows [2010: The Final Frontier]

PART FIVE (0:41:16)
0:00:36 Steve Harris – Karma Killer
0:05:59 Lauren Harris – Steal Your Fire
0:10:29 Rise To Remain – Over And Over
0:23:16 Iron Maiden – Empire Of The Clouds [2015: The Book Of Souls]

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Not The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast: Rusty Hag – The Very Worst Of Iron Maiden

Not The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast:
Rusty Hag – The Very Worst Of Iron Maiden

Original release date: 5th December 2015
Total length: 1:23:11 in 2 parts

Download link:
https://mega.nz/#!dLh2yKjA!QzRsvztp0UsW99STlpm5-qFJxr-43a4zkEIVM6UsSk8

Roll of the dice, take a spin on the wheel… snake eyes, green zero. You lose.

This is something I’ve either promised, or threatened, depending on your point of view. With The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast’s glorious celebration of the glittering 40-year career of Iron Maiden a mere ten days away, I’ve also taken this alternative look at their four decades… and compiled a Bottom Ten of their worst mistakes. Because any band, no matter how brilliant, will occasionally let a complete dog slide through the net and with 16 albums to choose from, there’s been enough to choose from to produce this compilation.

If you’re wondering why I would do such a terrible hatchet job on a brilliant band I’m celebrating, see it this way: if this is what they produce on an off-day and is still very many orders of magnitude better than anything the likes of Justin Bieber or Linkin Park could ever dream of, think how thunderously brilliant the Ogg-Cast with all its highlights will be. And I draw a very important conclusion which I will almost certainly refer back to in that show…

PART ONE (0:38:59)
0:03:48 Iron Maiden – Prodigal Son
0:11:39 Iron Maiden – 2 A.M.
0:18:59 Iron Maiden – Quest For Fire
0:24:29 Iron Maiden – Bring Your Daughter… To The Slaughter
0:31:49 Iron Maiden – Virus

PART TWO (0:44:12)
0:02:17 Iron Maiden – Lightning Strikes Twice
0:08:34 Iron Maiden – Don’t Look To The Eyes Of A Stranger
0:18:45 Iron Maiden – Fear Is The Key
0:26:01 Iron Maiden – Age Of Innocence
0:35:06 Iron Maiden – Wasting Love

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The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LXII: The High Definition Edition – Heathen Harmonies In Double Digits

The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LXII:
The High Definition Edition – Heathen Harmonies In Double Digits

Original release date: 15th November 2015
Total length: 3:30:50 in 3 parts

Download link:
https://mega.nz/#!oPIRmQgB!4ml6Ydo3cRLIa0Or2FxMAWKP_rQVS-1F670XUdxo7N8

This month, for various complicated and boring reasons, I needed to make a show that was both a bit shorter than usual, and was quick and easy to make. So I thought – if I reduce the track listing to half its usual number, that means I only have half the amount of script to write and record, and I can fit in just as much musical content if I ramp up the track length.

So, the Ogg-Cast has gone right back to basics. This is what we like – Epic Heathen Metal, with every track ticking the “epic” box by crashing through the ten-minute banner, and the “heathen” box by being welcomed to events such as Warhorns and Heidenfest, no questions asked, whether or not they come dressed in furs with mjølners round their necks.

There are over three hours of musical content as usual, but a mere fourteen tracks, Lennard contributing four of these in the longest Tunes Of Yore ever. All are of exceptionally high quality, that I assure you. And as for the promo picture: if in doubt as to what represents epic and heathen better than everything else on glorious high-definition, Iceland will always come to the rescue.

Obviously thorcast.co.uk remains your one-stop shop for anything else you might need to know.

PART ONE (1:05:28)
0:02:12 Ifing – The Stream
0:16:22 Moonsorrow – Tähdetön
0:30:19 Enslaved – In Times
0:42:00 Summoning – Nightshade Forests
0:54:19 Old Corpse Road – The Witch Of Wookey Hole

PART TWO (1:12:12)
0:01:48 Bloodshed Walhalla – One Rode To Asa Bay [Covered]
0:13:37 Mgła – With Hearts Towards None VII [Tunes Of Yore]
0:25:11 Helrunar – Wein Für Polyphem [Tunes Of Yore]
0:41:21 Ilbeltz – Subak ixeinttu itxasotako utek [Tunes Of Yore]
0:56:06 Caladan Brood – Book Of The Fallen [Tunes Of Yore]

PART THREE (1:13:10)
0:01:15 Árstíðir Lífsins – Þeir heilags dóms hirðar
0:19:14 Ch’Aska – Pururauca
0:35:53 Wilderun – The Dying Californian
0:51:38 Finsterforst – Untergang

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The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LXI: Great Scott!

The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LXI:
Great Scott!

Original release date: 15th October 2015
Total length: 4:01:21 in 4 parts

Download link:
https://mega.nz/#!RDog2IgS!ZlQaB8dMlam3n2U4o9OmJmK0dgLqozUgZtWo8DuBk6U

Never mind that what we see in this picture is Doc Brown from 1955 looking on in wonder that his grand plan worked to send ONE POINT TWENTY ONE JIGAWATTS into a device he had only dreamed at this point and would not build for another 30 years and then its fuel source wasn’t readily available. It’s the future that concerns us – the future from the second film in the trilogy, which we are about to land in. You see the date the Doc landed: 21st October, 2015. It’s a mere six days away. So I’ve themed this Ogg-Cast around time travel, and around any references I can find to the Back To The Future trilogy. It is, after all, my all-time favourite film series, and not just because I see quite a lot of myself in Doc Brown’s eccentricity.

Prepare yourselves for a few bands you wouldn’t usually hear on this show. And also, prepare yourselves for a rebuttal to the misguided words of a certain Leeds academic which could have dreadful repercussions for anyone associated with folk metal… which I am, and I will never apologise for it. A separate fifteen-minute minicast will follow this show detailing all my objections.
LATER NOTE: this is now what is bolted onto the end of Part One, and I absolve myself of all responsibility for what happens if you listen to it. It is also available in text form at the Orchard of Lamentations:
http://www.rickdangerous.co.uk/hammer/orchard/maythehammersmashthesickle.pdf

PART ONE (0:48:18)
0:03:52 Finsterforst – Fremd
0:16:12 Bucovina – Sub Piatra Doamnei
0:20:21 The Wolves Of Avalon – Bonded By Blood And Sword
Added extra:
0:32:42 – 0:47:58
“May The Hammer Smash The Sickle” – a long rant originally intended to be part of this show,
removed for the final release, but issued as a standalone sub-episode on 17th October 2015 –
and now reinstated to where it was supposed to be. Listen to it at your own risk.

PART TWO (1:16:44)
0:01:05 Alestorm – Back Through Time [Time Travel Spotlight]
0:06:06 Gama Bomb – Time Crime [Time Travel Spotlight]
0:12:11 Brabazon – Fear Of The Unknown [Liber Oscura]
0:17:11 Karmyne – Winter Tide [Liber Oscura]
0:23:53 xDELOREANx – Grays Sports Almanac [Back To The Future Spotlight]
0:25:40 Red Hot Chili Peppers – Freaky Styley [Back To The Future Spotlight]
0:34:59 Symbel – The Only Path [Tunes of Yore]
0:43:36 Blind Guardian – Traveler In Time [Tunes of Yore / Time Travel Spotlight]
0:50:09 Baranduin – The Wanderer Of Time [Tunes of Yore / Time Travel Spotlight]
1:01:29 Morgan The Bard – Perduto Nel Tempo [Tunes of Yore / Time Travel Spotlight]
1:06:51 Munruthel – Rolls Of Thunder From Fiery Skies [Tunes of Yore]

PART THREE (0:59:56)
0:01:55 Amon Amarth – Twilight Of The Thunder God
0:05:58 Bloodshed Walhalla – The Storm
0:12:29 Woods Of Ypres – Lightning & Snow
0:19:05 Electric Wizard – Chrono.naut [Time Travel Spotlight]
0:25:52 Orange Goblin – The Man Who Created Time [Time Travel Spotlight]
0:31:05 ZZ Top – Doubleback [Back To The Future Spotlight]
0:34:58 Dezperadoz – OK Corral [Back To The Future Spotlight]
0:42:09 Fear Factory – Securitron (Police State 2000)
0:47:55 Pitch Shifter – Gritter
0:51:54 Biohazard – Authority
0:54:07 Sick Of It All – Martin

PART FOUR (0:56:27)
0:03:12 Saxon – Are We Travellers In Time [Time Travel Spotlight]
0:08:29 Judas Priest – Johnny B. Goode [Covered / Back To The Future Spotlight]
0:15:22 Draugnim – Feast Of The Fallen
0:20:23 Nechochwen – Lost On The Trail Of The Setting Sun
0:27:21 Wilderun – The Garden Of Fire
0:42:55 Iron Maiden – The Red And The Black

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The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LX: Twenty Years Of Assault On The Ears

The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LX:
Twenty Years Of Assault On The Ears

Original release date: 15th September 2015
Total length: 4:22:40 in 4 parts

Download link:
https://mega.nz/#!0DBmRaLb!u2KM6erKtzmB6FLpeJ3GeChYp_yEX4lrv-6FrXAT_DY

1995 was something of a turbulent year in my life (which I explain during this episode for those who were still unaware), but it brought one momentous occasion for reasons I like to remember: my first ever gig. You can see the evidence in the promo picture – I chose an excellent place to start!

So, seeing as a full twenty years have passed since that day, I thought I’d celebrate with a romp through some of the festival highlights I’ve had over the years. Starting with Donington 1995, obviously, I’ll also cover my first European jaunt to Graspop in 2000, my first visit to Wacken in 2002 that ensured eleven repeat visits, and the epic trip to Norway in 2006 for Oslo’s Inferno festival. With regards the Wacken I missed this year, I’ve still had a look through the latest crop of Metal Battle bands and brought the highlights – of the 28 bands from around the world you’ve never heard of before, you’ll hear the top five. And with the latest Warhorns just around the corner, back to full strength once more, Lennard celebrates his return to our shores with a preview of what he’s looking forward to seeing there.

Also, I’ve added up which bands I’ve seen live the most, and come up with a top… nine, ensuring all of them get played at some stage in the show.

So, here’s to another twenty years of headbanging, eardrum-splitting and pain… all for a good cause.

That is, if I don’t get lynched for the intro to this one…

LATER NOTE:
Not that too many people ever saw it, but this is the episode that inspired my first-ever attempt at an *autistic screeching* meme. Listen (don’t just look at the track listing) and you’ll get it.

PART ONE (1:07:39)
0:05:08 Nokturnal Mortum – Україна
0:13:26 Sarcófago – Deathrash
0:19:07 White Zombie – Electric Head Pt. 1 (The Agony) [Festival Spotlight – Donington 1995]
0:24:01 Slash’s Snakepit – Good To Be Alive [Festival Spotlight – Donington 1995]
0:28:30 Slayer – Raining Blood [Festival Spotlight – Donington 1995]
0:31:54 Skid Row – Slave To The Grind [Festival Spotlight – Donington 1995]
0:35:21 Therapy? – Stop It You’re Killing Me [Festival Spotlight – Donington 1995]
0:42:18 Metallica – Harvester Of Sorrow [Festival Spotlight – Donington 1995]
0:51:13 Entombed – Wreckage [Festival Spotlight – Graspop 2000]
0:55:12 Testament – D.N.R. (Do Not Resuscitate) [Festival Spotlight – Graspop 2000]
0:58:43 Iron Maiden – Ghost Of The Navigator [Festival Spotlight – Graspop 2000]

PART TWO (0:59:58)
0:02:06 Solace Denied – Pure (Alone) [Liber Oscura]
0:09:33 Humanity – …As Humanity Fades [Liber Oscura]
0:19:26 Cab Ride Home – Slaughter Brew [Liber Oscura]
0:26:10 Impaled Nazarene – Total War – Winter War
0:29:54 The Dukes Of Nothing – Rock & Roll Fever [Covered]
0:34:55 Debris Inc. – Fuckin’ Mess [Festival Spotlight – Wacken 2002]
0:38:39 Destruction – Invincible Force [Festival Spotlight – Wacken 2002]
0:42:55 Unleashed – To Asgaard We Fly [Festival Spotlight – Wacken 2002]
0:46:48 Bruce Dickinson – Back From The Edge [Festival Spotlight – Wacken 2002]
0:51:03 Amon Amarth – Bleed For Ancient Gods [Festival Spotlight – Wacken 2002]

PART THREE (0:59:32)
0:01:16 Bolt Thrower – Where Next To Conquer [Festival Spotlight – Inferno 2006]
0:05:01 Borknagar – Future Reminiscence [Festival Spotlight – Inferno 2006]
0:10:22 Cathedral – Ride [Festival Spotlight – Inferno 2006]
0:15:06 Emperor – The Loss And Curse Of Reverence [Festival Spotlight – Inferno 2006]
0:27:59 Legacy ID – Hope [Wacken 2015 Metal Battle – Latvia]
0:32:15 Savage Machine – Prisoners Of War [Wacken 2015 Metal Battle – Denmark]
0:39:03 梦灵 – 逍遥行 (Dream Spirit – Happy Line) [Wacken 2015 Metal Battle – China]
0:47:43 Blaakyum – The Land [Wacken 2015 Metal Battle – Middle East / Lebanon]
0:54:15 Stortregn – So Much Dust… [Wacken 2015 Metal Battle – Switzerland]

PART FOUR (1:15:31)
0:03:14 Old Corpse Road – The Sockburn Worm [Tunes Of Yore]
0:11:42 Annwn – Mountain’s Farewell [Tunes Of Yore]
0:18:33 Ravenage – Viking Dream [Tunes Of Yore]
0:22:59 Finsterforst – Lauf Der Welt [Tunes Of Yore]
0:33:05 Ensiferum – In My Sword I Trust
0:39:30 Saxon – Heavy Metal Thunder
0:44:58 Northern Oak – Gaia
0:52:09 Clutch – X-Ray Visions
0:59:37 Moonsorrow – Kuolleiden Maa

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The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LIX: Brutally Assaulted

The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LIX:
Brutally Assaulted

Original release date: 15th August 2015
Total length: 3:58:38 in 4 parts

Download link:
https://mega.nz/#!ZXxmDaSI!M-8NHtNmLIHhj1yJS2S5XAjinXFf8gS-mZ9XqX4_aQw

I’ve done Wacken twelve times, and made three review Ogg-Casts. I’ve done Graspop three times, when nobody had any concept of a podcast and nobody had the hard drive space for it. I’ve done Hellfest and Metal Camp twice. There have been others. Now here is the sonic review of my first trek into pastures new in European festival territory, in a 160-year-old Habsburg Empire fortress in the Czech Republic!

I’d been meaning to get to this one for some time, and after a couple of false starts. I finally made it. What you have here is a review of all the bands I saw deliberately – any I only witnessed in passing, for less than ten minutes, or openly disliked have been left off. After all, there were 114 to choose from over three stages and I only have room for 30 or so. Lennard’s picked four bands he thinks I should have seen for Tunes Of Yore – and anyone looking for the monthly cover version and strange demos of Liber Oscura, don’t worry, they’re in there, I’ve just had to keep them short.

I fully expect anyone who listens to this Ogg-Cast, reads the review that will follow and looks at the pictures will be incredibly jealous and will be begging me to go next year…

PART ONE (0:53:24)
0:04:06 Melechesh – The Pendulum Speaks
0:08:21 Nuclear Assault – Brainwashed
0:12:54 Perturbator – Future Club
0:20:04 Triptykon – Altar Of Deceit
0:27:33 Mayhem – De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas
0:36:35 Arjen Anthony Lucassen – Pictures Of Matchstick Men [Covered]
0:40:41 Be’lakor – Venator
0:49:15 Nuclear – Self-Righteous Hypocrites

PART TWO (0:58:57)
0:00:23 Asphyx – Deathhammer
0:02:49 Bloodbath – Let The Stillborn Come To Me
0:07:24 Sarke – The Drunken Priest
0:15:08 Katatonia – Forsaker [Tunes of Yore]
0:19:31 Arcturus – Hibernation Sickness Complete [Tunes of Yore]
0:25:02 Lantlôs – Melting Sun I: Azure Chimes [Tunes of Yore]
0:33:02 Cradle Of Filth – Funeral In Carpathia [Tunes of Yore]
0:42:57 Demonic Resurrection – The Unrelenting Surge Of Vengeance
0:48:00 Pro-Pain – Shine
0:51:53 Krisiun – Blood Of Lions

PART THREE (1:07:40)
0:00:29 Winterfylleth – The Ghost Of Heritage
0:05:51 Svartidauði – Venus Illegitima
0:15:14 Candlemass – At The Gallows End
0:20:59 Death – Symbolic
0:31:06 Neural Imbalance – Vitriol [Liber Oscura]
0:35:54 Crone – Crutches [Liber Oscura]
0:41:16 Skálmöld – Með Fuglum
0:47:44 Carach Angren – Bloodstains On The Captain’s Log
0:55:45 Rome – Der Brandtaucher
1:00:00 Sólstafir – Dagmál

PART FOUR (0:58:37)
0:00:29 At The Gates – Terminal Spirit Disease
0:04:08 Einherjer – Crimson Rain
0:09:22 Anaal Nathrakh – Between Shit And Piss We Are Born
0:16:17 Primordial – Wield Lightning To Split The Sun
0:23:59 Enslaved – Thurisaz Dreaming
0:32:50 Agalloch – Limbs
0:46:00 Ne Obliviscaris – Devour Me, Colossus (Part I): Blackholes

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The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LVIII: The Magic Garden

The Hammer Of Retribution Ogg-Cast LVIII:
The Magic Garden

Original release date: 15th July 2015
Total length: 3:54:17 in 4 parts

Download link:
https://mega.nz/#!UaoxnIxK!_6G7DCVD0p3MiqUHEWVNSfGEYvM1GQRitCLadHsBc3A

DROP OUT OF LIFE WITH BONG IN HAND
FOLLOW THE SMOKE TO THE RIFF FILLED LAND…

…or don’t, because I’ve never needed underground substances to take me to the riff filled land. Before I discovered the vast depth of epic heathen metal back in 2003 (which has exploded even further since then), the main focus of my early twenties had always been stoner rock. I never quite knew why, given that I’ve never touched “the leaf” in my life, but you really can’t go wrong with overt Black Sabbath and Hawkwind worship, can you? It’s been a while since I last revisited this earlier phase of my listening career quite so explicitly – you’ll have to go right back to Ogg-Cast 18, Doom Over The World, from October 2011. So, quite a long way overdue, I’ve made another stoner/doom themed Ogg-Cast; light up your bong (even though I won’t), let the room fill with thick, white, funny-smelling smoke, and let this be your soundtrack until the police batter down your door and throw you in jail (which is something that’ll have happened to several of the bands on show, rather more than once).

Lennard’s been busy plundering the stoner/doom section of his music collection to contribute to Tunes Of Yore – it’s nowhere as extensive as mine, but he’s still come up with the goods. He also wants me to provide you a link, here, to where you can find the downloads of Seith’s two albums, if you like what you hear. And so I will. BECAUSE OF ITS POWER.
Alas (2008): http://www.student.oulu.fi/~lind/Seith%20-%20Alas.zip
Artifacts & Entities (2010): http://www.student.oulu.fi/~lind/Seith%20-%20Artifacts%20&%20Entities.rar

A shout must also go to Rock Stoner Radio Colombia, who will recognise at least two of the not-very-well-known-worldwide bands I’ve featured here. If you want a lot more stonery podcasting, find them at http://rockstonerradio.podomatic.com/ and give their show a listen.

PART ONE (1:00:13)
0:02:12 Sir Hedgehog – Magic Garden
0:08:00 Slo Burn – July
0:14:38 Espada Negra – Chaös Born
0:21:07 Arkham Witch – Viking Pirates Of Doom
0:26:22 BongCauldron – Pissed Up
0:35:03 Orange Goblin – Song Of The Purple Mushroom Fish [Spotlight]
0:37:35 Deep Purple – One More Rainy Day [Spotlight]
0:41:13 Orange Goblin – Orange Goblin [Spotlight]
0:48:58 Blaze – Identity
0:54:21 Shylmagoghnar – Squandered Paradise

PART TWO (1:04:05)
0:00:39 Orange Goblin – Blue Snow [Spotlight]
0:05:00 Blue Cheer – Out Of Focus [Spotlight]
0:08:54 Fu Manchu – Godzilla [Covered]
0:17:11 Pentagram – Broken Vows [Tunes Of Yore]
0:22:11 Witchfinder General – Free Country [Tunes Of Yore]
0:26:03 Warning – Footprints [Tunes Of Yore]
0:34:11 Seith – Undertow [Tunes Of Yore]
0:42:37 Tenochtitlan – Teokalli [Tunes Of Yore]
0:50:27 Orange Goblin – The Big Black [Spotlight]
0:57:20 Black Sabbath – Electric Funeral [Spotlight]

PART THREE (0:45:06)
0:00:35 Eyehategod – Sister Fucker, Parts 1 & 2 (live)
0:05:15 Down – Hail The Leaf
0:08:43 Acid Bath – Bleed Me An Ocean
0:17:33 Orange Goblin – Red Web [Spotlight]
0:25:03 Through The Red – Live My Dreams [Liber Oscura / Spotlight]
0:31:31 Silverburn – Sensations Of Doom [Liber Oscura]
0:40:31 Scylding – Wolf At The Door [Liber Oscura]

PART FOUR (1:04:53)
0:00:56 Bloodshed Walhalla – L’Urtlen
0:06:05 Falkenbach – Stikke Wound
0:09:00 Árstíðir Lífsins – Velkomin í lífið, ávarpar maðr sjálfan sig
0:25:14 Gas Giant – Super Sun Trigger
0:28:33 Slaprocket – The Seed
0:32:58 Blind Dog – Beyond My Reach
0:41:22 Sun & Sail Club – Dresden Fireball Freakout Flight
0:43:20 Kyuss – Supa Scoopa And Mighty Scoop
0:54:04 Grimpen Mire – Black Mass Hallucination

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