Out of the frying pan and into the fire. But in a really good and really metal and kickass kinda way! BLASPHEMER aka RUNE ERIKSEN was in town (he’s been living in Portugal for a while now actually…) and down to blast both true and the false with an exquisite set of songs. Metal, prog, rock, the works.
One of the axeman of Aura Noir and founding member of Earth Electric (ex-Mayhem guitarist too, of course) classes up the show with stories from the past and the present, from the good, bad and the ugly, you’ll love it!
This one we did with our guns showing and our sleeves pushed-up. All business and all pleasure. Like a couple of worn-out sheriffs looking to start something. After a very important message to our fans we riot with outlaw country, proto affairs, metal-punk, a whole death metal chapter and who knows what else. Almost as if we went on a circle laying waste, door to door, track to track. To hell and back again: a tale of song by SATAN MADE ME DO IT.
Man, oh man. What a rough labor. This episode should have been released this past Friday, but one of us was just sorta melting and oozing away thanks to food poisoning. It’s a big cause of death in India, we were told. Anyway, you can already imagine why this month’s episode is called Hot Mess… Haha enjoy that mental image.
Of course the original intention was a very different one. That’s why there’s a Lemmy tattoo on the cover there. One of us was graced with it shortly after his passing.
We are just gonna let the music speak for itself. There’s no need to, yet again, enunciate Lemmy’s merits and contributions.
An aching heart. Pretty much everyone knows the feel, but when it strikes us harder it’s as if nobody but us really knows just how it feels. Love truly is a funny thing. It can fill you with butterflies, itch where it tickles the most and blind you silly. And it can beat you to your knees and keep you down for as long as you allow it. This Satan Made Me Do It episode takes you on that special trip where emotions run wild and reason sits on the bench.
There’s something for everybody: a little hope, a little despair, a little peace and a little hell. Alas, when the demon knocks at your door there’s no knowing what’s in store for you.
Listen to this one as one should love: LOUD! We’ll be back, guns blazing, on June 10th.