Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXVI

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXVI

Back in the saddle again with a new edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show.  This week, we’re casting our minds back to Italy’s Total Metal Open Air Festival in Bari.  That means music from 4Bitten, Annihilator, Moonspell and Kreator.  You’ll also be hearing the second part of the Led Zeppelin documentary we started last time.

What else is in this week’s show?  You’ll be getting new material from Down, Wovenwar (the unincarcerated members of As I Lay Dying), Grave Digger and The Record Of The Week.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more.  This week’s show features an interview with Newcastle’s very own Eocene, recorded by Carl at last year’s SOS Festival, as well as some Reef, The Wildhearts, Motörhead and Alice In Chains as chosen by their good selves.  You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm BST, Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Playlist:
Down – Hogshead/Dogshead
Brimstone Coven – The Black Door
Eluveitie – Call Of The Mountains
Spotlight 1: 4Bitten – Let It All Burn
Guatama – Delirium
Grave Digger – Tattooed Rider
Killer Be Killed – Melting Of My Marrow
Spotlight 2: Annihilator – No Way Out
Exhumation – Blood Thirst
The Defiled – Fragments Of Hope
Deadlock – An Ocean’s Monument
Wovenwar – Matter Of Time
Covered: Children Of Bodom – The Trooper (Iron Maiden)
ROTW 1: Judas Priest – March Of The Damned
ROTW 2: Judas Priest – Hell & Back
ROTW 3: Judas Priest – Redeemer Of Souls
Spotlight 3: Moonspell – Alpha Noir
Led Zeppelin Documentary, Part 2
Elfie’s SOTN 1: Rival State – Aces
Elfie’s SOTN 2: K-Lacura – Counterfeit Freedom
Elfie’s SOTN 3: Brutai – Never Change
Spotlight 4: Kreator – Enemy Of God
Judas Priest – Creatures
Monument – Midnight Queen
Last Track: Ramones – Blitzkrieg Bop

Bonus Material:

  • Eocene – Dirty Secret
  • Eocene Interview
  • Eocene – You’re Naked
  • LBAEI 1: Reef – Naked
  • LBAEI 2: Motörhead – Killed By Death
  • LBAEI 3: The Wildhearts – Loveshit
  • LBAEI 4: Alice In Chains – The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXV

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXV

The Wyrd Ways Rock Show is back after my week off in Cornwall.  It was excellent.  Thanks for asking!

As usual, it’s a packed show this week.  Not only are we looking back at the BST Festival that happened last weekend, we’re taking a look at the recent reissues of Led Zeppelin’s first three albums with part one of a special documentary.

What else is in this week’s show?  You’ll be getting new material from DragonForce, BodyCount, Massive Wagons and Mastodon.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more.  This week’s show features an interview with the rapidly rising Betraeus, recorded by Carl at last year’s Bloodstock Festival, as well as some Gojira, Machine Head, Xerath and Opeth as chosen by their good selves.  You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.  If you like the look of this and want to become a subscriber, from £3.90 per month, please click here.

Playlist:
Linkin Park – War
DragonForce – The Game
BodyCount – Talk Shit, Get Shot
Spotlight 1: Motörhead – Silence When You Speak To Me
Down The Machine – Crawl
Entrails – Voices
Monolith – Dystopia
Spotlight 2: Faith No More – Epic
Red Eleven – Tomorrow’s Path
Sister – Slay Yourself
Steel Prophet – The Tree Of Knowledge
Grave Digger – Hell Funeral
Mastodon – Chimes At Midnight
Covered: Machine Head – Hole In The Sky
Darkest Era – Beyond The Grey Veil
Amberian Dawn – Magic Forest
Vintersorg – Elddraken
Spotlight 3: Soundgarden – Jesus Christ Pose
Led Zeppelin Documentary, Part 1
Elfie’s SOTN 1: Seraphine – Ichabod
Elfie’s SOTN 2: Breaking Illusion – Shatter Control
Elfie’s SOTN 3: Krokodil – Shatter
Spotlight 4: Black Sabbath – Faeries Wear Boots
Massive Wagons – Blood Rain
Powerwolf – Saturday Satan
Last Track: Conquest Of Steel – Fisting In The Name Of Metal

Bonus Material:

  • Betraeus – Towards The Sun
  • Betraeus Interview
  • Betraeus – Rises
  • LBAEI 1: Gojira – Backbone
  • LBAEI 2: Opeth – Deliverance
  • LBAEI 3: Porcupine Tree – Trains
  • LBAEI 4: Decapitated – Spheres Of Madness
  • LBAEI 5: Machine Head – Locust
  • LBAEI 6: Xerath – Machine Insurgency

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXIV

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXIV

Who was at Hellfest?  Unfortunately, The Wyrd Ways Rock Show wasn’t (this year, but you never know!), but that’s no reason not to celebrate the excellent line-up this year’s edition had.  We’ll be doing this all through festival season.

What else is in this week’s show?  You’ll be getting an interview with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, put together by those nice people at AC Promotions, where he talks about the new album and appearing at Download.  You’ll also be getting new material from The Defiled, Eluveitie, Sabaton and Arch Enemy as well as news about a new album from returning heroes, Sanctuary.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more.  This week’s show features an interview with up-and-comers One For Sorrow, recorded by Carl at last year’s Bloodstock Festival, as well as some Pantera, Down, Black Label Society and Slayer as chosen by their good selves.  You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Playlist:
Sanctuary – Battle Angels
Arch Enemy – No More Regrets
The Defiled – Infected
Spotlight 1: Iron Maiden – 2 Minutes To Midnight
Tyr – Blood Of Heroes
Korpiklaani – Lonkkaluut
Sabaton – Night Witches
Spotlight 2: Black Sabbath – Methademic
Witch Mountain – Veil Of The Forgotten
Sleeze – Hail To The Thief
Rival Sons – Play The Fool
Triaxis – Under Blood Red Skies
Covered: Adrenaline Mob – Kill The King
Eluveitie – King
Bastion – Arkona 1168
Spasmophilique – The Eighth Dwarf
Meridian Dawn – I Don’t Wanna Be Me
Beseiged – Parasite God
Spotlight 3: Slayer – Implode
Kataklysm – If I Was God… I’d Burn It All
Linkin Park – One Step Closer
Linkin Park Generic Interview
Linkin Park – Guilty All The Same
Elfie’s SOTN 1: Salvage – Breathing Insanity
Elfie’s SOTN 2: HolloW – Landscape
Elfie’s SOTN 3: The One Hundred – Breed
Spotlight 4: Monster Magnet – Powertrip
Powerwolf – Sanctify With Dynamite
Iron Knights – Jacob’s Ladder
Last Track: Stuka Squadron – Stuka Squadron

Bonus Material:

  • One For Sorrow – Bigot
  • One For Sorrow Interview
  • One For Sorrow – Return To Dust
  • LBAEI 1: Pantera – Throes Of Rejection
  • LBAEI 2: Black Label Society – Stoned And Drunk
  • LBAEI 3: Slayer – Seasons In The Abyss
  • LBAEI 4: Down – Stone The Crow
  • LBAEI 5: One For Sorrow – Into The Woods

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXIII

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It’s Download Festival weekend, so at the behest of Suzi, this week’s Spotlight band is… erm… The Download Festival, which means you’ll be hearing from Rob Zombie, Avenged Sevenfold, Linkin Park and Aerosmith.  Since this is The Wyrd Ways Rock Show, you’ll also be getting new stuff from Arch Enemy, Fozzy and Sonic Syndicate.  There’s also news of ructions in the Exodus camp and Suzi brings you three more bands who should be on your radar in Elfie’s Shock Of The New.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more.  This week’s show features an interview with up-and-comers Ten Cent Toy, recorded by Sarah at last year’s Bloodstock Festival and as a special bonus, an airing of a very interesting track from War Eternal, the aforementioned new Arch Enemy album.  You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh and as part of The Cast Iron Ring and Nambucca Valley Radio, The Red Eye Network and Radio Metal On – The Heavy.  See their listings for details.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Playlist:
Wolf – My Demon
Killer Be Killed – Wings Of Feather And Wax
Fozzy – Lights Go Out
Spotlight 1: Rob Zombie – Dead City Radio And The New Gods Of Supertown
Red Eleven – Tomorrow’s Path
Hessler – Never Lost My Way
Khaotika – Muerte
Sons Of Merrick – I Can’t Walk
Spotlight 2: Avenged Sevenfold – This Means War
Sonic Syndicate – Before You Finally Break
Allegaeon – Threshold Of Perception
Hell’s Guardian – Cradle’s Lake
Covered: Arch Enemy – Walk In The Shadows (Queensrÿche)
Motorfire – Ghost Rider
Feed The Rhino – Deny And Offend
Arcite – Removed
Tankard – R.I.B
Spotlight 3: Linkin Park – One Step Closer
Darkest Era – The Serpent And The Shadow
Tanzwut – Unsere Nacht
Arch Enemy – War Eternal
Elfie’s SOTN 1: Mutogenocide – Remeron Nightmares
Elfie’s SOTN 2: Scare Tactics – We Live
Elfie’s SOTN 3: Cytota – Sinnocence
Spotlight 4: Aerosmith – Eat The Rich
Exodus – Good Riddance
Hatriot – Your Worst Enemy
Last Track: Exodus – Toxic Waltz
Bonus Material:

  • [Ten Cent Toy] – Inhumane
  • [Ten Cent Toy] Interview
  • [Ten Cent Toy] – Necromantic
  • Gojira – Esoteric Surgery
  • Van Halen – Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love
  • Korn – Hey Daddy
  • Queen – Flash!
  • Last Track: Arch Enemy – Shadow On The Wall

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXII

WWRS CCLXXXII

This week’s edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show has some PROPER Heavy Metal in it, supplied by the likes of Monument, Iron Maiden, Gamma Ray and kicking off with a touch of Spellcaster.  There’s also a competition!  Yes, a real one with a prize and everything!  It’s worth having, too.  Suzi also returns with another edition of Elfie’s Shock Of The New.  So what do you think?  Worth checking out?  Certainly is.  Then again, I would say that, wouldn’t I?

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more.  This week’s show features an interview with and PROPER Metal band, the mighty Primitai.  You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh and as part of The Cast Iron Ring and Nambucca Valley Radio, The Red Eye Network and Radio Metal On – The Heavy.  See their listings for details.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Playlist:
Spellcaster – As Darkness Falls
Arch Enemy – You Will Know My Name
Iron Maiden – Aces High
Spotlight 1: Monument – Renegades
Blues Pills – High Class Woman
Roxie 77 – The Solution
Electric River – Hold Your Nerve
Deathstars – Explode
Spotlight 2: Monument – Runaway
Rolling Stones – Jumping Jack Flash
Aerosmith – Love In An Elevator
Temperance Movement – Midnight Black
Covered: Battlecross – War Ensemble (Slayer)
Rival Sons – Electric Man (Live)
Scott Stapp – Crash
Gamma Ray – Hellbent
Brother Firetribe – Edge Of Forever
Spotlight 3: Monument – Carry On
Entombed AD – Bedlam Attack
Equilibrium –Wirtshaus-Gaudi
Falconer – Halls And Chambers
Elfie’s SOTN 1: Entrails – In Pieces
Elfie’s SOTN 2: Forever Storm – Mother
Elfie’s SOTN 3: Protafield – Severe Sever
Spotlight 4: Monument – Rock The Night
English Dogs – Turn Away From The Light
Channel Zero – Burn The Nation
Crucified Barbara – To Kill A Man
Last Track: Prong – The Barriers

Bonus Material:

  • Primitai – The Huntress
  • Primitai Interview
  • Primitai – End Of Your World
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Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXI

WWRS CCLXXXI

 

Two big interviews in this week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show. One is with Tommy Victor of Prong (who recently announced they were playing Bloodstock Open Air this year), the second is with Britain’s very own Wraith, which you will be able to hear if you’re a subscriber. Added to that, there’s new stuff from Corrosion Of Conformity, Crowbar and De Profundis as well as three bands who should be on your radar in Elfie’s Shock Of The New. That’s just the start of it. Want to know more? You’ll have to listen.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. As already mentioned, this week’s show features an interview with Wraith, who have recently come back from oblivion. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh and as part of The Cast Iron Ring and Nambucca Valley Radio, The Red Eye Network and Radio Metal On – The Heavy. See their listings for details.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Playlist:
Corrosion Of Conformity – Tarquinius Superbus
Crowbar – Reflection Of Deceit
Night By Night – A Thousand Lies
Spotlight 1: Wraith – Breaking All The Rules
Vader – Triumph Of Death
De Profundis – A Strange Awakening
King Of Asgard – The Runes
Destrage – Destroy Create Transform Sublimate
Spotlight 2: Wraith – You’ve Got The Right
GraVil – Enemy Within
Hellyeah – Call It Like I See It
Covered: Monument – Black Night
8 Foot Sativa – 8 Foot Sativa
(hed) PE – Renegade
SOiL – Loaded Gun
American Head Charge – Sugars Of Someday
Spotlight 3: Wraith – You Got It Comin’
Prong – Snap Your Fingers Snap Your Neck
Prong Interview
Prong – Turnover
Elfie’s SOTN 1: Mongrel – Oxygen Mask
Elfie’s SOTN 2: Divine Chaos – Shadow Of God
Elfie’s SOTN 3: Brother Firetribe – Love Is Not Enough
Spotlight 4: Wraith – Shove It
Asomvel – Knuckle Duster
Def Con One – Skinhead Shaped Dent
Last Track: Iron Maiden – Flash Of The Blade

Bonus Material:
• Wraith – Gates Of Babylon
• Wraith Interview
• Wraith – Never Been Better
LBAEI 1: Audioslave – Cochise
LBAEI 2: Van Halen – Running With The Devil
LBAEI 3: WASP – Blind In Texas
LBAEI 4: Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name Of
LBAEI 5: Accept – Balls To The Wall
LBAEI 6: Judas Priest – Painkiller

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Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXX

WWRS CCLXXX

Four years ago this week, Ronnie James Dio passed away following a battle with cancer.  This week, The Wyrd Ways Rock Show commemorates him by playing some of his music.  In this packed show, there’s also a new Hammer Of Retribution Half Hour from Dr Jim IronLord and Elfie’s back.  Want to know what she’s dug up?  Take a look at the playlist then listen to what she’s found.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more.  You’ll be hearing a rather excited Cat interviewing a band who were the subject of her first ever gig experience back in the mists of time, SOiL.  You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh and as part of The Cast Iron Ring and Nambucca Valley Radio, The Red Eye Network and Radio Metal On – The Heavy.  See their listings for details.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Playlist:
Heaven & Hell – Bible Black
Down – Sufferer’s Years
Sonic Syndicate – Black Hole Halo
Spotlight 1: Dio – Holy Diver
HOR 1: Waylander – Balor Of The Evil Eye
HOR 2: Old Corpse Road – The Song Of Amergin
HOR 3: For Ruin – Unwinding
HOR 4: Primordial – The Coffin Ships
Spotlight 2: Dio – Last In Line
Night Ranger – X Generation
Tesla – Time Bomb
Unisonic – For The Kingdom
Covered: Metallica – Ronnie Rising Medley
Beyond Violet – Frozen Words
Xandria – Temple Of Hate
Epica – Chemical Insomnia
Sabaton – Soldier Of 3 Armies
Spotlight 3: Black Sabbath – Heaven & Hell
The Pretty Reckless – Messed Up World
Rival Sons – Open My Eyes
Crowsaw – Voodoo Temptation
Elfie’s SOTN 1: Boudika – Mother Of Dragons
Elfie’s SOTN 2: Inherit The Stars – Ground Zero
Elfie’s SOTN 3: Harlot – My Redemption
Spotlight 4: Rainbow – Stargazer
Asomvel – Stone Cold Stare
Avenged Sevenfold – This Means War
Last Track: Rainbow – Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll
Bonus Material:

  • Soil – Psychopath
  • Soil Interview
  • Soil – Halo (Live)
  • LBAEI 1: Soil – Amalgamation
  • LBAEI 2: Soil – The Hate Song
  • LBAEI 3: Non-Point – That Day
  • LBAEI 4: Stone SourMade Of Scars
  • LBAEI 5: Slayer – Raining Blood
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