Open Metalcast Episode #127: No Limits
One of the best parts of doing a podcast about Creative Commons Metal Music is I'm only answerable to you, the fans. I don't have to try to fit my show into pre-constrained time limits, and I don't have to fit the songs around commercials. And because it isn't over the air I don't have to make ham-fisted attempts at bleeping things out that might offend sensitive ears. It's just you and me sharing music the way music should be shared; among people who care about the music and the bands who make it. This episode features a brand-new EP from show-favorites Wildernessking, (who apparently don't rest in South Africa ;) ). We also have new music from Reliever, Reluctant Mortem, The Sad Bastard Book Club, Totem Skin, WendigoPsychosis, and Pyramidal. And the Open Metalcast Vaults found a neglected track from Dead in Montana. So do your part and download this episode to see how far you can push your limits. And do your friends a favor and share with them as well. Shownotes after the break:
- (00:10) So Be It by Reliever from Exile (BY)
- (05:00) Winter of the parasite by Dead in Montana from Goliat & Dead In Montana (BY-NC-ND)
- (07:11) Hidden In A Barrel by Reluctant Mortem from The Allure Of A Dying Soul (BY-NC-ND)
- (14:41) Birth by Wildernessking from Levitate (BY-NC-ND)
- (19:27) Entropy Hits on the Seventh by The Sad Bastard Book Club from And the Sirens Sang of a Time When There Were No Foghorns (BY-NC-SA)
- (26:30) Always Ire by Totem Skin from Weltschmerz (BY-NC)
- (31:07) Zum Fressen gern by WendigoPsychosis from Herzblut (BY-NC-ND)
- (37:48) Motormind by Pyramidal from Jams From the Sun (Pyramidal & Domo Split LP) (BY-NC-ND)
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