Playlist for The Last Exit for the Lost: May 29, 2005
Every Saturday at Midnight till 6am Sunday Morning
93.5FM / 105.5FM Ithaca, NY - Also available via Realaudio
Metal Director: Carl Schmidt aka Seriah Azkath
Mailing Address: PoBox 224, Ovid, Ny 14521-0224
Web Page: www.thelastexit.org
WVBR Webpage: wvbr.com
(R) = Requested
Background: Midnight Syndicate "The 13th Hour"
Kreator "Winter Martyrium"
Mandrake "Balance of Blue"
Napalm Death "Silence is Deafening"
Bruce Dickinson "Navigate the Seas of the Sun"
Sun Descends "Quiet Predator"
Demons and Wizards "Seize the Day"
Zubrowska "What a Wonderful World"
The Red Chord "Dragon Wagon"
Old Words New "Shores"
Punch Drunk Monkeys "Donuts"
Mr. Zaremba "Suzie"
Missing Marcus "Water is Rising / To Slip to Fall / So Much for Goodbye
Acoustic / Pushin' It"
Kreator "Enemy of God" (R)
Nile "Cast Down the Heretic" (R)
Mindless Self Indulgence "Tom Sawyer"
Mr. Zaremba "No Moleste' Por Favor"
Punch Drunk Monkeys "Earthquake"
If Man is Five "Wicked Trick - Live" (R)
Others "Unkind Farmer"
Never the Sunshine "Dirt"
Elusive Travel "All the Things I'd Die For"
Divinity Destroyed "Crestfallen / Disciple" (R)
Celtic Frost "Eternal Summer" (R)
Massacre "Oh My God!!"
Cursed "Head of the Baptist"
Devil Driver "The Fury of Our Maker's Hand"
inRed "Ressurect to Die"
The Loiterer's "World Sucks"
The Pushrods "You're Lucky I don't Own a Gun"
Future 86 "Let's Go!"
** Tribute to the Past Set **
Shotgun Messiah "I'm a Gun"
Warrior Soul "Blown"
Misery Loves Co "A Million Lies"
Queensryche "Walk in the Shadows"
WASP "The Last Command"
Darkest Hour "With a Thousand Words to Say Just One"
** MYSPACE PIC OF THE NIGHT **
Twilight Odyssey "The Endless Days of a Stranger"
Anima Nera "Too Young to Fall in Love"
Mockingbird Lane "Dead Girls Don't Say No"
Sudden Death "Ozzman" (with The Great Luke Ski)
Coptic Rain "Barefoot"
Slave Goat "Pulling Daisies"
Nehemiah "Return to Grandeur"
Slayer "God Send Death" (R)
The Gathering and Wil Kratsborn "Mediaeval City"
Avec Tristesse "A View of the End"
Bleed the Dream "Legends Die"
Brand New Sin "Black and Blue"
Stranger by Day "My Apathy"
Diatribe "Last Man"
Disbelief "For God"
Stryper "10, 000 Years"
Feature Artist: King Diamond
Monday, May 30, 2005
Saturday, May 7, 2005
"THE HORROR OF IT ALL: Volume 1"
World Horror Network Compilation
Reviewed By: A.P. Morbid
Before I type one single word about the compilation, I'd like to let everyone know how much respect and gratitude I have for Shane Diablo (Meatwhistle) for making such an effort to unify our scene and get it noticed. This gratitude and respect is extended to the ENTIRE World Horror Network.
I promise you that nothing I say in this review will do any of the songs or the artists justice. For those of you who don't know, I run and moderate Horror Rock Bass, so I've spent a lot of time emersing myself in things that are well written and pleasing to my ear. As a musician, your ear is the most important organ you have. That little bit of information should be your only indication as to why I enjoyed this compilation so much. If it wasn't for the actually GOOD music put on this compilation that was well written and cared for by the artists, it's for the energy spent on each of these recordings by the artists. Calabrese, Dead on Revival, Monster Squad, TFMU, Creepersin, Horror of 59, Ecto-1, Left For Dead, Sugarpuss, Fuse, the Corpsemaker, Saturday Nite Shockers, Mockingbird Lane, the Abominations, Others, DieMonsterDie, The Devil Bats, and last but not least: The Afterdarks, all put forth an effort that no scene has today. Rock is a joke, punk is a fashion statement to be sold to impressionable young kids, Rap is no longer about Urban Strife but round-about financial security, and those scenes that do stick to their principles are deemed as lost causes. As much as I hate to dissappoint; We REFUSE to stop watching Horror Movies and Drawing inspiration from them, and We REFUSE to ever die (That would just shit on every Romero movie in existance, wouldn't it?)
The Million Dollar question is: Is it worth my ten bucks? Music this good deserves 20, but the World Horror Network are good guys and thats why it's only priced at 10. They don't even charge you shipping and handling! There was one 6 song Horror Demo, and I won't mention it's name, (but I'll give you a clue: W_b _f Dh_rm_) that was priced at 19 something, and this is a whole 20 song compilation for 10 bucks. Yes, it's worth it.