If not us, then who? SATAN MADE ME DO IT are back to its despicable duo format after one of us moved from sunny Lisbon to leathery London. And you can tell by this show: we’re thirsty for gallons of blood and hungry for ingesting chunks of hot metal as easy as eating celery sticks.
There’s dark ambient and synth, noisy dementia and depression, tons of metal punk, south american vibes, punk hardcore anger, saucy band names, crazy use of the mixing table’s flanger, reverb and phaser effects, and plain old school metal on top. And guess what: it all makes sense. One of those metal shows you can actually dance to.
No one does it quite like SATAN MADE ME DO IT and you better believe it!
We have done it all and then some. It has been years, damn it! So for this month’s show we reminisce about old times the only way we know… WITH A VENGEANCE !! All the while, trying and successfully sabotaging the other’s selection. Make no mistake: you will have fun, friends. We are just concerned about ourselves here. Help?
This isn’t the way the world ends, but it sure was a banging way to wrap up 2017. Fellow troublemakers SYSTEMIK VIØLENCE shook us with an ungraceful selection of songs and topics of discussion, spewing poison left and right in glorious – and equally graceless – Portuguese. They got their first album out and beg you: if you’re to buy it, buy it from them. They could use the cash and, let’s face it, a LP called “Satanarkist Attack” deserves your hard-earned capitalist money https://systemikviolence.bandcamp.com/album/satanarkist-attack
That’s hour two. Hour one sees us not knowing what to expect from our guests and playing music while hoping for the best. All in all, ‘twas dope.
For number 50 we went for both the obvious and the obscure. After all, we got big reasons to celebrate. Might as well invite as many as we can to the party. And guess what, even Thailand got in!
We go through a whole bunch of stuff to keep the fire going: heavy, proto-heavy, thrash, doom, funk (!), a bit of space rock too. Thing is, It’s not yet time to blow the candles. There’s plenty more ravaging left in us.
Sometimes things just don’t go as expected. It happens. Take this show, for instance. We started with a nice punk track, then proceeded with metal, of course, of the grindcore/death metal kind. Underground stuff. When SUDDENLY things went batshit and we ended up with a pile up of hardcore, bottom-of-the-pit demos whose existence most people would never know of. Good news: it’s all cool stuff. Bad news: if you like your metal nice and polished, FORGET THAT. This beast of an episode will put your cvltness to the test. Proceed with caution.