I know I say this pretty much every time, but there’s a whole load of new stuff in this latest edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show. You have my cast iron guarantee you will hear something in this show that you’ve never heard before. You may even discover your new favourite band.
It’s September and it’s raining. Honestly, that’s the only reason I’ve called this post that. It looks like it’s a bit windy out there, too. From where I’m sitting, I can see a sycamore tree out of the window and the upper branches are waving around a bit…
After last week’s edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show, I thought I’d go a bit Heavier this time out. So for those of you who like a bit more Thrash and Death Metal in your auditory diet, there’s a little more for you to get your teeth into.
What have we got for you in this week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show? Simple answer is loads of good quality Metal, starting with new stuff from Finntroll, Carcass and Machine Head. Not only that, but there’s a Covered that you might find somewhat surprising and a Russian Roulette choice that you might not find at all surprising.
Generally, as usual, two hours of quality Hard Rock and Metal.
Anyone who’s read this blog has some vague idea about my history with mental illness.
Obviously, I’m not the only one who has that. Cat Wright, a fellow member of the #PRFam also has some trouble with the “head squirrels” as some of us call the unwelcome thoughts that intrude on our psyches and make life even more difficult. Cat, though, has become a mental health blogger and podcaster. In the spirit of looking after our own, I think it’s only right that you get a chance to have a listen to what she’s got to say…
Just when you thought it was safe to listen to a podcast… It’s back… The Wyrd Ways Rock Show returns…
Unlucky for some? It certainly was for this particular edition of The Forge. Just as I was starting to pull the track listing together, the amount of new music that tickled my particular aural taste buds decreased to the point where it was a choice between pausing to stay with “all killer” or carry on with “filler”.