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I chat to David Ellis and Alex Hogg from The Nine Eight Podcast about the history of the podcast, the process, how they approach an interview, their controversial opinions on prog, bemoaning the future of centralising podcasts and much more! Links The Nine Eight Podcast Fireside: https://thenineeightpodcast.fireside.fm/The Night Eight Podcast Patre…
 
This week I talk to guitarists Alex Fengler, Dylan Teaurima and Ben Harb of Canberra post-rock band Lost Coast about their debut self-titled album and their launch show, which they got in just under the line. 5:00 Lost Coast The songs played during this episode were: 30:00 Dylan 56:55 l'Hermite I also discuss the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 on the …
 
An excerpt from another podcast I do, The Eclecticast, which is relevant to the world of heavy metal. Per the original episode description: "This week Ben talks about lawsuits against Heavy Metal, how it was part of the panic about satanism and subliminal message in popular culture and how record came to be labelled in the United States. Trigger wa…
 
This week I talk to Jordan Giblett and Greg Perry of Stone Sovereign about their debut album, Tales Of Myth & Madness, and their Tour of Myth & Madness. 4:50 Stone Sovereign The songs played during this episode were: 19:55 The Cradle of Life 43:35 Across the Boiling Sea I also discuss Spotify asking for money back that it already paid out. Really. …
 
This week I talk to Daniel Hay of New Zealand band The Dark Third about their album Even As the Light Grows, what he aims for in prog and how his writing about music influenced bis writing of music. 2:20 The Dark Third The songs played during this episode were: 26:40 These Things Are Not Inherent 56:50 The Regressor Recommendation: Soundtracks of S…
 
This week I talk to Mikes Lamb and Wilson of Lysithea about their new album Star-Crossed and the unique path their band has taken. 4:20 Lysithea The songs played during this episode were: 38:40 Away 1:06:10 Unearthly Burial I also discuss the music created by AI and how this implicates intellectual property law. Recommendation: Silent Night, Bloody…
 
This week I talk to Alister Douglas of Adelaide shoegaze band Blush Response about their new album, his attraction to the music and the future of the group beyond a one man band. 5:25 Blush Response The songs played during this episode were: 15:05 Cruel 29:35 Fall Apart 44:05 Still Life I also discuss protest and political content, perhaps a bit po…
 
This week I talk to Ben Boyle of Melbourne band A Million Dead Birds Laughing about their new album To The Ether and its long path to fruition and why this record took the band in a new direction 4:15 A Million Dead Birds Laughing The songs played during this episode were: 16:35 Black Hole Spirit 34:05 Pink Smoke // Vacuum Rot 58:40 Phoenix Fire I …
 
This week I talk to Mikey and Will of Melbourne band No Haven about their new album, Deep Ends of Shallow Lives, how they balance their busy lives and what it's like about to be in a band. 7:15 No Haven The songs played during this episode were: 31:10 Cesspool 54:00 Sink Holes 1:32:30 Nervous Wreck I also discuss how algorithms have significant con…
 
This week I talk to Dave Hunt of UK extreme metal band Anaal Nathrakh about their upcoming Australian tour and their recently released album A New Kind Of Horror. 6:40 Anaal Nathrakh I also discuss why it seems to me a bad idea to recommend an album as the greatest of the the 21st century. Recommendation: Astronoid by Astronoid Links Anaal Nathrakh…
 
This week I talk to Mark Kelson of Melbourne band The Eternal about their new album Waiting For The Endless Dawn, how the album almost didn't come about and the therapeutic qualities of writing music. 7:55 The Eternal The songs played during this episode were: 29:20 Don't Believe Anymore 1:02:20 Rise From Agony I also finally give my thoughts about…
 
Today I talk to Zac Greensill who is the guitarist for Gold Coast prog band Opus Of A Machine in anticipation of their upcoming Progfest shows about some recent gigs the played and their latest album, Stray Fire. 0:45 Opus Of A Machine The songs played during this episode were: 16:30 Rudi's Song (Thirst for Life) 43:25 Up. Out. Links Band's Faceboo…
 
This week I talk to Jaxon Ireland and Kaden Green of Imperfectionist about their two EP's, Magnolia and Chrysalis, why they don't perfect be the enemy of the good, and their love of legendary crunkcore band, BrokenCyde. 0:45 Imperfectionist The songs played during this episode were: 19:30 Vagabond 48:50 Emerge Links Band's Facebook: http://facebook…
 
This week I talk to American progressive musician Sarah Longfield about her new album Disparity. 0:45 Sarah Longfield The songs played during this episode were: 5:45 Departure 15:15 Citrine Links Sarah Longfield's Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sarah-MissSmiles4u/203122436372395?ref=tsSarah Longfield's Bandcamp: https://sarahshreds.bandcam…
 
This week I talk to all the members of Hobart progressive metal band Scoparia about their debut album, Renewal, what they learnt from their EP and the album and their love of Tasmania. 2:55 Scoparia The songs played during this episode were: 12:40 Renewal 30:20 Fallen 51:30 Lucidity LinksScoparia's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Scoparia/Scopar…
 
This week I talk to Nick Ilic and Michael Sartor from Canadian band Even The Trees about their debut album If Only Every Day Could Be Like This, the long process that led to it's eventual release and it's three part epic, A Hole In The Ice. 2:30 Even The Trees The songs played during this episode were: 28:25 Progress Avenue 47:15 A Hole In The Ice …
 
In this very first episode of 2019, I talked with Stephen Fortune and Michael Rumple of Súl ad Astral about how their partnership has formed and developed and a number of other projects they are working on. 3:40 Súl ad Astral The songs played during this episode were: 36:45 Pennies Does The Infinity Well 1:19:30 Oasis I also discuss my vague aspira…
 
This week I talk to Wayne of Religious Observance about their new album, Utter Discomfort, and their vast web of related bands. 2:55 Religious Observance The songs played during this episode were: 14:10 In Ano 29:00 Seppuku 53:15 Saṃghāta Recommendation: Bring The Season by I Declare War (also listen to Amidst The Bloodshed) Links Religious Observa…
 
This week I talk to Paul Briggs of Perth instrumental band Tangled Thoughts Of Leaving about their new album No Tether and their upcoming show featuring archival footage from the Western Australian State Library. 0:45 Tangled Thoughts Of Leaving The songs played during this episode were: 37:20 The Alarmist 1:16:10 Signal Erosion Links Band's Facebo…
 
This week I talk to Matt Spencer and Justin Wood of Adelaide extreme metal band One Step Beyond about their new album In The Shadow Of The Beast, Justin's prodigious history in the Adelaide death metal scene and why Matt likes so many different forms of music. 5:35 One Step Beyond, Justin Wood 25:50 One Step Beyond, Matt Spencer The songs played du…
 
This week I talk to Jennifer Borg of Melbourne progressive metal band Divine Ascension about their new album The Uncovering and her life before metal. 4:30 Divine Ascension The songs played during this episode were: 29:30 Pursuit Of Desire 44:20 Vultures 1:01:30 Evermore I also discuss the dangers of a live show. Links Divine Ascension's Homepage: …
 
This week I talk to Adam Kulga of Australian one person band Project:Heavensent about his new self-titled album. We go into lots of detail about how the album came about after several previous projects. 1:25 Project:Heavensent The songs played during this episode were: 35:20 A Need For Departure 1:13:40 Rope Links Project:Heavensent's Facebook: htt…
 
This week I talk to Kathrine Shepard of Norwegian one person band Sylvaine about her new album Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone and how she began to include the outside world in her music. 5:00 Sylvaine The songs played during this episode were: 25:15 Mørklagt 52:20 Abeyance I also reflect on my previous interview of Sylvaine and how I have improved an…
 
This week I talk to Michael Rothwell of New Zealand band Shallow Grave about their new album Threshold Between Worlds and why it was important they try something different. 8:15 Shallow Grave The songs played during this episode were: 31:10 Threshold Between Worlds 51:25 The Horrendous Abyss I also discuss a paper published about listening to Death…
 
This week I talk to Marius and Fredrik about their international band GRVIK, how they found themselves on opposite sides of the world and the way their music is formed by their process. 8:10 GRVIK The songs played during this episode were: 28:40 Havbunn 53:15 新宿 I also discuss the amazing story of Threatin's tour which nobody attended. Recommendati…
 
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