Aural Delights 366

  1. Umbrella Assassins – Dad’s Song
  2. Blue Alatar – Chaotic Good
  3. The Friends Of David McComb – Kiss Him (He’s History)
  4. Chrome Waves – Bound
  5. Benjamin Tod – Sorry For The Things
  6. Dave Graney ‘N’ The Coral Snakes – Warren Oates
  7. Dismemberment – A Path Beyond
  8. Dry Cleaning – Traditional Fish
  9. El Drugstore – Lifeboat Ethics
  10. Frecuencia De Muerte – No Habr Paz
  11. Psychic Lemon – Dark Matter
  12. Morphine – Cure For Pain
  13. Benjamin Tod – A Heart Of Gold Is Hard To Find
  14. Salvation – Slit My Throat
  15. The Jims – The A to Z of You and Me
  16. Tombstones In The Their Eyes – The One
  17. Dave Graney ‘N’ The Coral Snakes – Soul Into Time
  18. Benjamin Tod – Glory Bound
  19. Dry Cleaning – Phone Scam
  20. Kammahav – (My) Last Christmas
  21. Tombstones In Their Eyes – I Believe
  22. Clouds Taste Satanic – Second Sight (single edit)
  23. Victorian Tin – Silver and Perfume
  24. El Drugstore – Dog Food Days
  25. Bug Teeth – Emily

 

  • HOUR ONE
  • Umbrella Assassins – Dad’s Song
    • single – album planned for new year
    • a focus on Cambridge on this show and also a whole raft of metal and punk that has come my way – and a couple of classic tracks
  • Blue Alatar – Chaotic Good
    • Chaotic Good – new EP
  • The Friends Of David McComb – Kiss Him (He’s History)
    • Truckload Of Sky – the lost songs of David McComb Vol1 – out in the new year
  • Chrome Waves – Bound
    • The Cold Light Of Despair
    • Midwestern metal/post-metal outfit  – a collection of both new and previously released singles, covers, and more. The record was released in November through guitarist Jeff Wilson’s independent label Disorder Recordings.
  • Benjamin Tod – Sorry For The Things
    • A Heart Of Gold Is Hard To Find
    • founding vocalist/guitarist of iconic dark country outfit, The Lost Dog Street Band –  his latest and second solo LP via Anti-Corporate Music.     released on November 22nd, just six months after Lost Dog Street Band’s acclaimed Weight Of A Trigger, which hit the Billboard Bluegrass charts for weeks following its release in March.
  • Dave Graney ‘N’ The Coral Snakes – Warren Oates
    • You Wanna Be There, But You Don’t Wanna Travel (1994)
  • Dismemberment – A Path Beyond
    • Arc of Ancients
    • Creator-Destructor Records welcomes Ohio death metal savages DISMEMBERMENT to the label’s roster, confirming the band’s second album, Arc Of Ancients,  October release.
  • Dry Cleaning – Traditional Fish
    • Sweet Princess
  • El Drugstore – Lifeboat Ethics
    • The Golden Age Of Bad Ideas
    • New Jersey bandbreaks a six-year gap of silence with The Golden Age Of Bad Ideas, a brand new studio full-length recording of the band’s dexterous, twisted, technical, instrumental metal melee,   November release through Nefarious Industries.
  • Frecuencia De Muerte – No Habr Paz
    • Death Frequency
    • Formed in late 2017 in Portland, Oregon, FRECUENCIA DE MUERTE (AKA FDeM) currently features vocalist Eduardo Agostocrates (Terokal), bassist Jeff Carlisle (Aütocracy), guitarist/production mastermind Brad Boatright (From Ashes Rise), and drummer Ian Makau (Lowered, Dödläge). Armageddon label
  • Psychic Lemon – Dark Matter
    • Freak Mammal
    • Psychic Lemon return with their third studio album, Freak Mammal. This is the band’s second release in the space of six months, after their live album Live at the Smokehouse sold out on vinyl within 48 hours in April. Freak Mammal is being released on Drone Rock Records, alongside a repress of their sought-after self-titled first album.After the untimely passing of their friend and landlord Jonny Marvel, Psychic Lemon found themselves with no studio, and for one member, no home. After a long search, the band were able to temporarily relocate to an unused basement, where they spent six months writing and recording.
  • Morphine – Cure For Pain
    • Cure For Pain (1993)
  • HOUR TWO
  • Benjamin Tod – A Heart Of Gold Is Hard To Find
  • Salvation – Slit My Throat
    • Year of the Fly
    • Chicago noise rock trio SALVATION via Forge Again Records. Initially the solo project of vocalist and guitarist Jason Sipe in St. Louis, SALVATION became the trio it is today four years ago when Sipe moved to Chicago and linked up with a pair of punk and hardcore stalwarts: bassist Victor Riley and drummer Santiago Guerrero. Combining the relentless rhythms of Melvins with the fried melodic sense of Bleach-era Nirvana, SALVATION explodes like a deranged blast from the past, still sounding fresh and exciting, no matter how indebted to the glory days of noise rock they are.
  • The Jims – The A to Z of You and Me
    • The Sound Your Dreams Make – Compilation
    • Everlasting Records
  • Tombstones In The Their Eyes – The One
    • Maybe Someday
  • Dave Graney ‘N’ The Coral Snakes – Soul Into Time
  • Benjamin Tod – Glory Bound
  • Dry Cleaning – Phone Scam
  • Kammahav – (My) Last Christmas
    • EP
    • Tony Jenkins & Christian Gustaffson
  • Tombstones In Their Eyes – I Believe
  • Clouds Taste Satanic – Second Sight (single edit)
    • Second Sight
    • instrumental Post-Doom quartet Clouds Taste Satanic released their sixth album on October 31, 2019. The new record ‘Second Sight’ features two 20-minute songs on two sides of vinyl and is the second of two records out this year. Consider ‘Second Sight’ to be Part 2 of a two record set, which sees the band maintaining their “Riffs Rule All” credo, with added doses of introspection by way of mixed tempos, spacy interludes, jazzy breaks, and epic finales that started with ‘Evil Eye’.Steve Scavuzzo – Guitar
      Sean Bay – Bass
      Greg Acampora – Drums
      Brian Bauhs – Guitar
  • Victorian Tin – Silver and Perfume
    • The Sound Your Dreams Make – Compilation
    • Christian Gustaffson
  • El Drugstore – Dog Food Days
  • Bug Teeth – Emily
    • The Sound Your Dreams Make – Compilation

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