Thursday, September 10, 2009

Playlist - 09/09/09

If you turn 9/9/09 upside down what do you get? 6/6/06. Pretty evil. Last night was the first official show. Though there was a vast array of styles and genres present, A lot of old school metal made itself present. And seriously, when was the last time you heard Morgoth on the radio? Yeah... You're welcome.

01. Metal Inquisitor - Doomsday For The Heretic - Doomsday For The Heretic
02. Crimson Glory - Crimson Glory - Dragon Lady
03. Napalm Death - Diatribes - Just Rewards
04. The Puritan - Lithium Gates - It Is Your Own Decision To Respect Life
05. Orphaned Land - Mabool - A Call To Awake
06. Blind Guardian - Tales From The Twilight World - Lost In The Twilight Hall
07. Hardingrock - Grimen - Fanitullen
08. Hardingrock - Grimen - Den Bergtekne
09. Drudkh - Autumn Aurora - Glare Of Autumn
10. Drudkh - Blood In Our Wells - When The Flame Turns To Ashes
11. Liege Lord - Master Control - Feel The Blade
12. Iced Earth - Burnt Offerings - Burning Oasis
13. Iron Savior - Unification - Coming Home
14. Iron Maiden - Piece Of Mind - Revelations
15. Fates Warning - Parallels - Point Of View
16. Manilla Road - Spiral Castle - Merchants Of Death
17. Manilla Road - Crystal Logic - Crystal Logic
18. Morgoth - Odium - Resistance
19. Hell's Thrash Horsemen - ...Till Violence - Hell's Thrash Horsemen
20. Coroner - Mental Vortex - About Life
21. Forefather - Steadfast - Theodish Belief
22. Akercocke - Choronzon - Leviathan
23. War Master - Chapel Of The Apocalypse - Chapel Of The Apocalypse
24. Candlemass - Death Magic Doom - Hammer Of Doom
25. Ancient Blood - The Profane Hymns Of The Sovereign Darkness - Profane Devotion
26. Funerary Pit - Winds Of Hell - Fathomless Depths
27. Evoken - Antithesis Of Light - The Mournful Refusal

#'s 19, 24 - 2009
#'s 25,26 - Cassette Rips

2 comments:

The Fall of the Heretic said...

I love the last song. So doomy and beautiful.

Orion_metalhead said...

Yeah. Antithesis... is a must have album for fans of Doom and Gothic music. I plan on tossing the self titled track into an upcoming playlist but I only play one or two ten-minute plus songs per show.

I checked out your myspace. Interesting music, I definitely hear influences from the doom genre in there, the spoken vocals in "When Mine Eyes Shall Blacken" remind me of Morgion. Excellent. Not big on the raspy vocals though.