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17 Sep PODCAST 057 - THE KAVADLO BROTHERS

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In this episode I had the opportunity to hang with Al and Danny Kavadlo, two NYC-based but globally active fitness visionaries. We talked about the benefits of body weight training, their published work and how hard training can change your life.

For more information you can reach them at
http://www.alkavadlo.com/

To check out their books, go the

http://www.dragondoor.com/

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15 Sep EVERYTHING WENT BLACK RADIO 010 - HAIL AUTUMN

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The last few mornings have been cool and dry. Summer is over. Sometimes, I feel perpetually stuck in the prototypical, teenage version of myself where summer was this magical time of no responsibility and long, lazy days; back then, summer was endless. Of course, every morning I woke up, dragged my ass out of bed and went to my job at the salt mine reminded me that I was part of the adult world or rent, bills and credit card debt. As much as summer was an escape from the confines of responsibility, Autumn was always the king of all seasons for me. The slow darkening into winter, the shorter days, the way a woman’s face looks in the cold light on October, all of that made me feel an affinity to the Autumn. “The Fall” always had a romantic feeling to me. It was a fall from the graces of summer into the dark abyss of winter. It was our last attempts at life until darkness overtook everything, only to be reborn in the spring. These last few days have really felt like Autumn in around the corner. I put this mixtape together as a celebration of The Fall. It’s mostly old songs. You’ll find Samhain AND The Misfits as well as some other gems. All of these tracks perfectly encapsulate the season. I remember driving out of Los Angeles early on morning in October many years ago listening to a cdr of the first Jesu record before it was released. It was a glorious morning in the van. We were heading east. It’s that kind of mixtape. Black Sabbath WASP – Behind the wall of Sleep Soundgarden Flower Raindbow Man on the Silver Mountain Love 666 MDMA Tar Welk Hammerhead Blow By Tad Delinquent Misfits Hybrid Moments Samhain Mother of Mercy Screaming Trees Bed of Roses Jesu Friends are Evil Morne Eyes Neurosis The Web

07 Sep TRANSMISSION 9.7.2014 RVA ROAD TRIP

19:20 Richmond, VA
The plan was to ship out last night so we could avoid dealing with the “Escape From New York” Friday traffic. I had it all planned out: I would head out to the rehearsal space around 21:00 and pack up my gear. Andrew would roll in after 22:00 and we would leave Brooklyn under cover of the night. I was looking forward hitting the Jersey Turnpike around 23:30 with the windows rolled down and the radio on. We’d crash at Ben’s place in Philly and leave in the later morning for a nice easy drive.

What actually happened was a lot different. There was a film shoot happening so Waterbury Street was shut down and there was a punk rock show going on at the Acheron. On nights like that, they use the shared entrance that we have, pretty much killing off the idea. I drove the van out there so I could give Josh keys so he could feed Loki while I was away. As I sat in the van, waiting, I noticed that an NYPD tow truck was prowling the area in search of vehicles to tow away that were parked in the No Parking zones that the film crew set up. It’s such an adversarial trip. A production company pays money to the city and they have the green light to disrupt an entire neighborhood.

We hit the road at 08:30 and fought our way through the morning traffic. It was a real drag until we hit the Turnpike; getting out of New York is always an ordeal. Once we hit the open road, we made good time. We picked up Evan and Ben at a rest stop in Delaware and the trip was on.

I feel like I’m “away” once we cross over into Delaware. The I-95 corridor is synonymous with tour and doing gigs. This was just a one-off show, we were playing as part of the Fall Line Fest, but in a few weeks we’ll be back on the road for real. How many times had I done this run? How many times had I passed the truck stop in Perrysville?

We made good time into Richmond; even DC was pretty clear. We hit Ellwoods for supplies and drove over the Gray Matter, got a parking spot right in front. Now it’s the wait to play.

9.5.2014 08:55
We crashed with Witte and April last night about 20 minutes outside of Richmond. The whole thing got over really late. The night was pretty slow for most of the evening. Some people started trickling as the night went on. The whole bill was solid: Sinister Haze, Bastard Sapling, Bat and Weedeater. Though, the fest people had good intentions of making it a “multi-genre experience” it ended up being pretty much a typical kind of metal bill that would happen on any weekend. It was great seeing Bastard Sapling; they are our brothers and I love seeing them play. Ryan Waste’s Venom-inflienced Bat were rad, a lot of killer riffs and solid playing.

Last night was our first set with Evan. He did a great job, in general the set was solid; I feel like we played well. Afterward, I was tired from the long day of driving.

I feel like I need some coffee.

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20 Aug PODCAST 056 : TOM EISELE

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I met up with author / esoteric scholar Tom Eisele for an interesting conversation about the occult, Tarot and what may lie beyond the veil. If you would like to get in touch with Tom for an appointment, you can find him at Enchantments 212-288-4394. The shop is located at 424 E 9th Street, New York, NY 10009
www.enchantmentsincnyc.com

For Tom’s published works, go to
www.rebelsatoripress.com
Intro Music : “Gotham’s Reckoning” - Hans Zimmer
Outro Music : “Endless Midnight” by Crone

05 Aug VASILEK EP

VASILEK SITE
https://vasilek.bandcamp.com/

A few of you know that I’ve been working on this project on and off, for the past few years. I think I wrote the first bits of material during the winter that we recorded Path of Totality, so it’s been a long time coming.

The bandcamp page above is what I’m calling the VASILEK EP. You can stream the whole thing for free, purchase a track for $1 a song or download he entire thing for $5. It’s up to you how you want to interact with it.

There will be more of this stuff on the horizon.

05 Aug EVERYTHING WENT BLACK RADIO 009

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Check out the new episode of Everything Went Black Radio. Playlist: AEROSMITH DRAW THE LINE TODAY IS THE DAY IN THE EYES OF GOD POISON IDEA PLASTIC BOMB SYSTRAL ROLL THE DICE RAINBOW TAROT WOMAN SCORPIONS DARK LADY THE GAULT BRIGHT WHITE BLIND PINK FLOYD TIME STARKWEATHER LAZARUS RUNS MORSER JAKOBS LEITER ROLLINS BAND ONE THOUSAND TIMES BLIND POP GROUP THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL MINISTRY JUST ONE FIX MY DYING BRIDE A CRUEL TASTE OF WINTER

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01 Aug PODCAST 055 : CLASSIC ALBUM EPISODE - THE CULT “LOVE”


I apologize for the lull between episodes, I’ve been busy getting Savage Gold Coffee up and running. This is the second installment of the Classic Albums Series. Join me and Jaclyn Sheer as we discuss “Love” by the Cult

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29 Jul EVERYTHING WENT BLACK RADIO

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Check out a new episode of Everything Went Black Radio. Morrissey “Suede Head” Obituary “Evil Ways” Entombed AD “Eternal Woe” Napalm Death “Volume of Neglect” Godflesh “Dead Head” Creeps on Candy “Porn Habit” Death Cult “Ghost Dance” Crime and the City Solution “Her Room of Light” Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds “Long Time Man” Misfits “Come Back” David Bowie “I’m Deranged” Nihilist “Revel in Flesh” Corrosion of Conformity “Vote with a Bullet”