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Jason/Lonegoat from the Necroclassical project Goatcraft and Shelley from www.hatemeditations.com conduct interviews with interesting people involved in the extreme metal world.

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Jason/Lonegoat from the Necroclassical project Goatcraft and Shelley from www.hatemeditations.com conduct interviews with interesting people involved in the extreme metal world.

    #53 - Jarno Nurmi (Serpent Ascending, Desecresy)

    #53 - Jarno Nurmi (Serpent Ascending, Desecresy)

    Jarno from Serpent Ascending, Desecresy, Nerlich, Slugathor, etc joins today to discuss the new Serpent Ascending album Hyperborean Folklore as well as Finnish metal and culture. Hyperborean Folklore is truly from left field and casts nowadays metal convention to the wind. Shelley from www.hatemeditations.com and Metalegion Magazine returns as cohost.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    #52 - On the Metaphysics of Death

    #52 - On the Metaphysics of Death

    Philosophical roundtable on the metaphysical and ontological side of reality in terms of the inevitable expiration date, correlations to metal, the human condition, and so forth. There’s a lot to unpack in this episode. Brett Stevens from www.deathmetal.org and the author of “Nihilism: A Philosophy Based in Nothingness and Eternity” joins alongside David Burke who is a PhD student specializing in Metal Studies, as well as Raphael who is a metal writer and psychology major.

    Brett’s book on Nihilism can be bought here: https://www.amazon.com/Nihilism-Philosophy-Based-Nothingness-Eternity/dp/0994595832

    • 1 hr 55 min
    #51 - Dead Space Chamber Music

    #51 - Dead Space Chamber Music

    Coming soon to a crypt near you! Ellen and Tom from the avant garde early music industrial quartet Dead Space Chamber Music join the program to discuss their philosophy, motives, and perspectives. Their music is hard to categorize yet very accessible. Ellen and Tom grant much insight into the numerous variables of the band. Shelley from www.hatemeditations.com and Metalegion Magazine returns as cohost.

    Music at the end of the episode are tracks ‘Mari Lwyd - Morfa’r Frenhines (Grey Mare - Queen's Marsh)’ and ‘Douce Colombe Jolie’ from their newest album The Black Hours.

    Stream and buy The Black Hours here: The Black Hours | Dead Space Chamber Music (bandcamp.com)

    • 1 hr 17 min
    #50 - Mike Hill (Tombs, Scorpion Throne, Everything Went Black Media)

    #50 - Mike Hill (Tombs, Scorpion Throne, Everything Went Black Media)

    Mike Hill from USBM bands Tombs, Scorpion Throne, and the progenitor of Everything Went Black Media joins for today’s episode. Topics include the enigmatic nature of Tombs, Mike’s assimilation of influences into his expression, as well as other topics such as elitism. He is a very thoughtful guy in addition to having a natural inclination to create thoughtful music. Shelley (www.hatemeditations.com and Metalegion Magazine) returns as cohost. Music at the end is the first track from the debut Scorpion Throne.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    #49 - Sleepwalker Pt. II

    #49 - Sleepwalker Pt. II

    Sleepwalker from A Transylvanian Funeral/Temple of Abraxas returns to talk about his next video game soundtrack, the one for Project Warlock II. We further discuss his music and idealogy beyond mere formalities; to get to the gist of why he happens to be one of the best USBM artists. Shelley from hatemeditations.com and Metalegion Magazine returns as cohost. 

    Sleepwalker's former magazine's omnibus can be bought here: https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/forbiddenrecords

    His RPG games: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/18363/Chaotic-Evil-Games

    Project Warlock II: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1640300/Project_Warlock_II/

    Project Warlock II trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLk7EMOzceY

    • 1 hr 58 min
    #48 - Bruckner Discussion, Part II

    #48 - Bruckner Discussion, Part II

    The time is now to speak more about Anton Bruckner! More specifically, the Bruckner Red Book by William Carragan. In addition to covering the Red Book, we delve into some other subjects such as Wagner's influence on Bruckner, which composers Bruckner influenced, tempo approaches to the symphonies, etc. Joining the program today is esteemed musicologist William Carragan and composer Sébastien Letocart, both of whom are Bruckner experts of the highest caliber.

    William Carragan information:

    Carragan website: https://carragan.com/

    Buy the Bruckner Red Book here: https://brucknerredbook.com/

    Bruckner Society of America (Carragan is Vice President): https://www.brucknersocietyamerica.org/

    Sébastien Letocart information:

    Letocart website: https://sites.google.com/site/letocartsebastien

    YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Tracotel

    Music in this episode:

    Bruckner’s 8th Symphony, Finale, conducted by Benjamin Zander with the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra – full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEcZpfF_g-I



    Additional resources were supplied to this episode via John Berky at https://www.abruckner.com/

    • 1 hr 50 min

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