It's time to rock with death again as Dr.Sanders and Cameron tackle Danzig's project after the Misfits and before his solo band Danzig. A much beloved, but sometimes overlooked era with tons of reverb and songs that sometimes sound like they could be the theme to an 80's slasher movie. You don't have to wait for "November" to come this year because this episode is "Final-ly Descending" to the podcast world. They take a look at Initium (1984), Unholy Passion (1985), Samhain III: November-Coming-Fire (1986), and Final Descent (1990).
Our mix features Nox Novacula & Profit Prison, Talk To Her, The Number H, Abu Nein, Julia Bondar, and aux animaux.
We're kicking off season 2, our second year of the podcast with the issues in DJ land and thoughts from listeners!
Featured song - N.A.N. - Black Water.
Greetings Darklings across the interwebs. In this week's interview, Ken, Collin, and Katy have the amazing opportunity to talk to Æðra Justice Burke from the band Fires. The group talks about how Fires came to be, where Æðra draws inspiration from, and amateur wrestling.
We’re celebrating Funker Vogt’s new release this month, as well as looking forward to some brand new Wumpscut! Also included: Some classics from Razed in Black, Information Society, Carpenter Brut, and more. Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to email@example.com!
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1 – “Wicked + Extra Sensory Perception” by Mentallo & the Fixer from the album Continuum (1995)
2 – “Reload (Long Edit)” by Ministry from the album Filth Pig (1996)
3 – “Closing In 2.0” by Information Society from the album Don’t Be Afraid (1997)
4 – “Blood Machines Theme” by Carpenter Brut from the album Blood Machines (2020)
5 – “Olympus” by Funker Vogt from the album Element 115 (2021)
6 – “Krieger” by Das Ich from the album Egodram (1998)
7 – “Wreath of Barbs” by Wumpscut from the album Wreath of Barbs (2001)
8 – “Blush” by Razed in Black from the album damaged (2003)
Greetings Darklings across the interwebs. In this week's interview, Ken and Katy have the pleasure of talking with Dan Milligan and Scott-David Allen from the incredible brand new, dark shoegaze band, The Burying Kind. The group talks about Dan and Scott-David about their upcoming self-titled EP, how they found each other, and ask about their lives in music.
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They Wound Like Worms by Naching T. Kassa
voiced by Cedar George
theme music by Valentine Wolfe
from the anthology Dark Divinations edited by Naching T. Kassa
It's the height of Queen Victoria's rule. Fog swirls in the gas-lit streets, while in the parlor, hands are linked. Pale and expectant faces gaze upon a woman, her eyes closed and shoulders slumped. The medium speaks, her tone hollow and inhuman. The seance has begun.
Join us as we explore fourteen frightening tales of Victorian horror, each centered around a method of divination. Can the reading of tea leaves influence the future? Can dreams keep a soldier from death in the Crimea? Can a pocket watch foretell a deadly family curse? From entrail reading and fortune-telling machines to prophetic spiders and voodoo spells, sometimes the future is better left unknown.
Choose your fate.
Choose your DARK DIVINATION.
With stories by: Stephanie Ellis, Hannah Hulbert, Daphne Strasert, Ash Hartwell, R.L. Merrill, Alan Fisher, Michael Fassbender, Joe L. Murr, Naching T. Kassa, Emerian Rich, Jon O'Bergh, Rie Sheridan Rose, Jeremy Megarge, and HRR Gorman
Order now at: https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Divinations-Naching-Kassa-ebook/dp/B086YD6DR9
Greetings Darklings across the interwebs. In this week's interview, Ken, Collin, and Katy have the amazing opportunity to talk to Marie from GRABYOURFACE. The group talks about how the new album, new interests, and the ultimate dream pizza. Check out more from GRABYOURFACE:
Remember when goth gatherings existed? Wax nostalgic no more! You are cordially invited to join us at my estate in the woods. Dress yourself in your most comfortable finery, pour your favorite beverage and watch out for the candelabras. As we sit around our ornately carved table dripping in crushed velvet as we discuss Marilyn Manson, Big Dick Goth Boyfriends, and whether or not the ocean is soup.