Spannered Oddcast #5
The Kneel Before Zod-Cast
Posted by Dean Suntan
on 7 February 2008 (04:33:49)
love it, love in I do.. you could also... not you "you" but the ones what don't yet or aren't exactly sure. thanks. - [)s
Posted by edward blake
on 12 February 2008 (20:22:03)
made my night. thanks.
Ever had your cranium poleaxed? El Kano takes the reins for Spannered’s fifth Oddcast — a selection that’ll have even the hardiest of superheros crapping into their lycra
Adverse Camber’s El Kano returns to Spannered with a malevolent mix up of metal, hardcore, grunge, distortion, throaty bellowing, deranged jabbering, hissing, clunking, and messy digital contortions — with a heap of megalomaniacal ranting from Superman's archfoe thrown in for good measure.
Brace yourself for an aural fisting!
  • Tracks and extracts — speech by General Zod
  • Khlyst — IV
  • Knut — Karn Boys (Oren Ambarchi / Robin Fox / Antony Pateras Remix)
  • Ministry — TV II
  • Converge — Heartless
  • Dillinger Escape Plan — When Acting As A Wave
  • Eustachian — Teleporting Salesman
  • Pig Destroyer — Lesser Animal
  • Meshuggah — Exquisite Machinery of Torture
  • Khanate — Torching Korovie
  • Ennio Morricone — L’Uccello Con Le Piume Di Cristallo (Titoli)
  • Shellac — The Crow
  • Boris — Six, Three Times
  • Drumcorps — Terrible Things
  • Leviathan — What Fresh Hell
  • Abelcain — Bitter Moon Blossom
  • Nile — Khetti Satha Shemsu
  • Gyorgy Ligeti — Requiem for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, Two Mixed Choirs and Orchestra
  • Khanate — Skin Coat
  • Old Man Gloom — Poisoner
  • Queens Of The Stone Age — You Think I Ain't Worth A Dollar...
  • Phantomsmasher — Scrolling Sideways
  • Uniform — No Measurements Are Necessary
  • Fantomas Melvins Big Band — White Men Are The Vermin Of The Earth
  • Leviathan — Mouth Orifice Bizarre
  • Melt Banana — Chain Keeper
  • Wolf Eyes — Noise, Not Music
  • Agoraphobic Nosebleed — Plotkin Phantomsmasher Remix
  • Drumcorps — Time

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