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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Whattya Listenin' to Wednesday - 9/15/10

Howdy and hiya, readers!

As always, hoping everyone's having a rockin' kind of week. The rollercoaster ride continues on this end with preparation of Retaliate issue 1. I couldn't ask for a better response from the community about this endeavor, so I will strive to make it worthy of the hype.

Otherwise, kinda living in a blur moving from task-to-task, but I have to drop kudos on this new Enslaved album. I'll be reviewing it in Retaliate and well, suffice it to say, I have a damned strong front-runner for Metal Album of the Year with Axioma Ethica Odini and a nomination for one of the greatest metal albums of this generation. Yeah, seriously, it's that good.

And with that, friends, stay well and stay tuned. I have goodies for you here at The Metal Minute, so warm up that coffee or pop a top and relax with your favorite tunes of the day. Cheers...




Enslaved - Axioma Ethica Odina
Kylesa - Spiral Shadow
Unreleased Incidental Soundtrack Music from Dawn of the Dead
Steppenwolf - s/t
Steppenwolf - Monster
Steppenwolf - 7
Bad Brains - I Against I
Duran Duran - Rio
High On Fire - Snakes for the Divine
Blind Illusion - The Sane Asylum
Alexx Calise - In Avanti
Kataklysm - Heaven's Venom

8 comments:

Metal Mark said...

Dusted Angel-Earth sick mind
Skull Hammer-Pay it in blood
Dirty Skirty-Long live rock n' roll
Terry Brock-Diamond Blue
Warhorse-Red Sea
Budgie-s/t

taotechuck said...

Evil Nine - FabricLive.28
Paul Oakenfold - A Voyage Into Trance
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Yanqui UXO
Silver Mt. Zion - Born into Trouble as the Sparks Fly Upwards
Silver Mt. Zion - Horses in the Sky
Silver Mt. Zion - 13 Blues for Thirteen Moons
Eric Chenaux - Warm Weather with Ryan Driver
Terranova - Close the Door
Mars Volta - Amputechture

Jeff said...

The Ramones - S/T
The Ramones - Rocket to Russia
The Ramones - End of a Century
The Ramones - Leave Home
The Ramones - Toughest Hits
The Clash - S/T
The Adverts - Anthology
The Sex Pistols - Nevermind the Bollocks
Death Cab for Cutie - Plans
Cat Power - The Covers Record
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
Bob Dylan - Desire
Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline
Weezer - Hurley
Grinderman - Grinderman 2

cjk_44 said...

Accept - Blood of the Nations
Deftones - Diamond Eyes
Insidious Disease - Shadowcast
Boris & Ian Astbury - BXI
Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time
Mindrot - Soul
Ryan Adams - Demolition

tier1304 said...

FLOTSAM AND JETSAM - The Cold

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Dirty Skirty, that's funny stuff, Mark!

Chuck, I think Oakenfold's coming to town shortly.

Jeff, nice round 'o punk, especially the Ramones ride

cjk, what do you think of the new Accept and BXI?

tier, thanks for dropping by...I haven't pulled my F&J in awhile, hmmmm, maybe I should

cjk_44 said...

ray,

i love the new accept - killer riffs but the songs could have been shorter in some cases for greater impact.

i've only spun BXI a couple of times - i'm still warming up to it.

dying to hear the new enslaved!

taotechuck said...

Ray, I had no idea Oakenfold was touring, thanks for the heads-up. He's about the only big DJ I never heard live, and I'd still like to catch one of his sets.

With that said, this is directed at anyone from Live Nation or AEG or other similar companies who might be reading:

$52 for a cheap ticket?!? I've enjoyed watching your tours fail all summer long, I've enjoyed watching you "garage sale" your overpriced tickets, and I will enjoy watching you sink just as much as I'm enjoying watching Blockbuster sink.

Gouging your core customers is not a viable long-term business model. It didn't work for American car companies, it didn't work for Blockbuster, and it's not going to work much longer for the mainstream concert industry.