Friday, September 28, 2018

Video: "My Chosen God" by Sorrows Path Featuring Thiago Oliviera

Our good friends from across the pond, Sorrows Path have returned with a new video for all of us to consume.

For being a smaller band, these guys seem to have the hookup on cameo appearances by ex-Mercyful Fate members and today they've got Thiago Oliviera of Warren Dane.

Check it out below for a blistering solo by Oliviera and another great doomed out track from Sorrows Path.

Hometown Tales with Bludy Gyres

Bludy Gyers
It's not too often that Glacially Musical heads down where the weather is warm, but in Hotlanta, GA, there's a band called Bludy Gyres.

It's the latest project from Tommy Stewart.

There's a new split out this December via Black Doomba Records, called Rope Enough For Two.

While you're waiting for that piece of deliciousness, check out Stewart's take on his hometown of Atlanta.

1. St. Louis City is my hometown. I've lived here for most of my life in and around the city. Where are you from?

 I am from Atlanta, Georgia and am a southerner in every way, including the heavy accent.

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Video: "Transylvanian Hunger" by Corpse Paint and Dayglo

Interesting story, I thought Corpse Paint and Dayglo were two different bands when in fact they're only one band.

It makes me wonder though, which one is Corpse Paint?

In the real world, Corpse Paint and Dayglo are releasing an interesting split with Chicago area death metallers, Death On Fire. You can preorder that stuff on BANDCAMP and of course ask them all sorts of questions on FACEBOOK.

Right now, you can check out their brand new video, Transylvanian Hunger and really get a good idea what sorts of flavors CPAD are hawking.

LP Review: "Ah Puch" by Dirge

Ah Puch
There is something very special about Doom Metal to me. It's the one type of metal that reaches out to touch the ancients. So, Doom always gets a look from me.

Pune, India's Dirge is preparing to unleash their concept album about ancient Mayan mythology onto the rest of the world. Thanks to the magic of the internet, this indie record can be in your ears too.

A doom metal concept record from a country without a vaunted metal scene. This ticks all of my boxes personally, but none of that matters without the strength of the music to back it up.

This is a slow tempo, Godzilla stomp of a doom metal record. The thick sludge has just the right amount of filth to it. One can almost feel the sweltering jungles of the Yucatan.

Ah Puch has just enough musical diversity mixed in with droning doom to keep the long songs and album flowing on an even keel. The vocals are pained and impassioned. The guitars are riffy. The rhythm section holds the flow to a steady drip drip pace.

Ah Puch has put Dirge on my radar.

Release: 10/19/18 FACEBOOK BANDCAMP

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Video: "Samsara (L.C.E.)" by Sacral Rage

It's certainly been a minute since Greek metallers, Sacral Rage, dropped anything on us. Check out their newest lyric video.

They've got a new record coming out on Cruz Del Sur this October. You can preorder it via digital or CD at BANCAMP, or you can preorder the VINYL here.

Hometown Tales with Anisoptera

Let's check back in with the Bay Area Metal Post Horde, Anisoptera.

Robby Perry is from the city of Oakland, made famous-er by the flick, Sorry To Bother You. OK, he's not precisely from there, but from San Lorenzo.

Before you get too comfy, jump over to Bandcamp and check out their latest album.

Now that we have an idea of where he's from, let's have him tell us all about it.

Here we go.

1. St. Louis City is my hometown. I've lived here for most of my life in and around the city. Where are you from?

San Lorenzo is where I grew up, it's literally right smack in the middle of the Bay Area, between San Jose and Oakland, in California.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Video: "Tunnel Vision" by Four Star Riot

It's time to look back in on Clearwater, Florida's Four Star Riot.

We checked out a live video of theirs last year. This track is taken off of their latest LP, Daylight. This particular track is inspired by the Socio-Political divide that we are all are staring at.

It's got a cool vibe and a nice guitar solo there in the middle.

Make sure you check them out on FACEBOOK.

Foods We Love with Striker

In case you haven't noticed, the Foods We Love column has made a bit of a comeback.

While I was putting my daughter's hockey gear on, it finally occurred to me, there's a country above us called Canada.

Despite many years of open warfare, subtle warfare, and us planning to take out the curling team, either via curling or sniper, Canada maintains they're a totally different country and  not the 51st State in the USA...

All that said, today we're looking into a Juno Nominated Artist, Edmonton's Striker. They're a noodly doodly metal band out of the northern most (populated) city in the great province of Alberta.

Think of it as Canadian Texas, but really, really cold.

So, how's the food you ask?

Monday, September 24, 2018

Vinyl Review: "Well Kept Things" by Foxhole

Well Kept Things
A life well lived, if you ask me, is full of twists and turns. The lady who became my wife told me that she never wanted to be bored.

Also, apparently, blasting King Diamond at full volume is in fact boring based on her reactions.

Upon originally hearing that, it seemed that it was merely a compliment to myself. When my mood is good and my demons are at bay, it can be hard to determine what I'm going to do next.

Looking deeper though, it never really occurred to me that my life was terribly boring. When  you go back that decade and check out the mix CDs that lived in my'd see that they have pretty much the same songs that are on the mix tape that was recently unearthed in our home.

It never really occurred to me that my life had become more than routine, more than scripted, more than predictable. It had become desperately dull.

Friday, September 21, 2018

EP Review: "Inability to Cope" by Misanthropic Aggression

Inability to Cope EP
Let's get right down two it shall we?

Today's subject is a slightly confused, but very metal trio based out of Atlanta, GA. Boris Records was good enough to bring them and record the debut EP.

Between these three gentlemen, they play about 5 instruments. Interestingly enough, they switch off who plays bass, It makes me wonder if there's a heads or tails scenario or perhaps a not it protocol.

Because you gotta lay down the bass or you might as well not lay down the law.

Inability To Cope is a eight track, 20 minute hello to the world. In those six tracks, Misanthropic Aggression switches between death metal, grindcore, and early groove metal. This is a lot of ground to cover in a very short time.

It's been a goodly long while since a brand new band has been able to catch me so unawares with their ability. It's oddly reminiscent of Noisem, but I find Misanthropic Aggression more a more enjoyable experience.

It's time to chew on my nails in anticipation of a true debut, perhaps on vinyl, as this toothsome appetizer hasn't satisfied my urge, but amplified it.

Release: 10/2/18 FACEBOOK BANDCAMP

Hometown Tales with Ambassador

It's time to head into the depths of Louisiana with Ambassador.

They're a dark post punk band that's influenced by several different styles of bands...included the vaunted Pink Floyd.

They've got a debut record called, Belly of the Whale that's dropping on 9/28/18.

You might want to check this record out if you're a fan of any type of music, based on the information I have. (I'm listening to the record  now.....)

You can get a preview of the record over at their BANDCAMP page. You can even pre-order that sweet, sweet vinyl.

Whilst you're getting involved in the subterranean grooves from the delta...find out about life down there.....

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Road Warriors with Jezebel Slade

Jezebel Slade
In the before time, there was a band called Van Halst from somewheresville, Canada. They put out a pretty bad ass record called World of Make Believe.

Now, this is where we define the before time and the now time.

While working on their next project called Jezebel Slade, they have come to the conclusion that it's time to change their name and move forward as Jezebel Slade.

I, as the owner of a pretty terribly named website, wish them luck and courage in making this change from A to B.

In the meantime, let's find out what they're like when they're living out the van.

LP Review: "Human Annihilation" by Ruin

Human Annihilation
When the right music hits me at the right time, it's one of the best feelings in the world.

Right now, your friend and humble narrator is dealing with a chest cold that's been spreading about my body in slow motion. It started two weeks ago with a pain in my throat.

Then slowly, it spread to my chest, and now it's in all places in my body. It's been absolute misery, but it has gotten me out of a bit of housework. So there is a small upside, though my house is a bit messy....

Ruin's latest LP, Human Annihilation, feels like that chest cold. It's a brutally obscene slab of death metal, but it's unlike most forms of the genre, because the music is slow. Well, it's slow for extreme metal anyway.

The vocals sound like coagulating blood. The mixture of the vocals and the rest of the band is one of the most exquisite pieces of ugliness to hit my ears in some time.

Ruin is so brutal, they're making me wonder if their album even counts as proper music, but that's why it's amazing. It's something new and evil.

Release: 10/22/18 BANDCAMP

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

XLP Review: "Sinister" by Cultes Des Ghoules

It's easy to hold a band's previous success against them because it's hard to look at something in a vacuum.

Take the Polish Avant Garde Black Metal group, Cultes Des Ghoules. Last year, they dropped, probably the best black metal concept record based on a play. Seriously, that's one of the best albums of 2017 period.

Now, that record checked off all of my boxes, which is makes Sinister so difficult for me, as it's certainly not a Coven Part Deux.

It's pretty far away from that album in fact. It would be unrealistic to expect a sequel, but what do we have on their fourth release?

Like I inferred from the cover, Sinister feels like an extended black magic ceremony. First the circle is drawn. Then the incantation is given. Then the demon begins to push through the barrier that separates the ethereal planes from our world.

After the muck freely flows onto the floor and the desolate one has been restored to the physical realms, you can't un-ring the bell.

Cultes Des Ghoules has maintained a similar sound and its greasy swagger sounds ever so delicious intertwining in this dirty magic.

Release: 9/23/18 (Vinyl on 10/31) FACEBOOK BANDCAMP

5 Minute Origin Stories with Brooks Thomas

Brooks Thomas
On 9/21/18, Brooks Thomas, taken from the surnames of the founders, Colleen and Danny, will be releasing Poison into the world.

They were classmates, then lovers, and now bandmates. One has to wonder what that might be like.

They hail from a dirty part of New York City that's survived the clean up. As for now, let's find out all about them. If you like what you hear, ask them about it on FACEBOOK.

You can get Poison HERE.

1. Is there an event you can point to you that made you say, wow, that's the instrument I want to play? Not like guitar or drums, but the reason why you play the model you do?

This is a difficult question because i think my main instrument is my voice, so there's really only one of those. For me, singing comes almost as naturally as breathing. My dad would play guitar and sing when I was a child and since then I've known that I want to express myself through music and song. 

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Video: "A drowning voice" by DÖDSRIT

Hey parents out there, let me know if you know these feels. My daughter is a one up queen.

If you tell a story, the same thing happened to her. It's really irritating and I'm trying to curtail this habit because, coming from a one upper like myself, I know how people react to that. In the end, people don't like that.

They want to be heard and right now, here's a band from Sweden that needs to be heard. We're going to ignore their tensupmanship here. You know there's melo deat, doom/death/black/grind?

Well, DÖDSRIT has taken the game to a brand new level. They're the world's first crust punk, d-beat, screamo, atmospheric, sludge, etc. cult group.

Check it out below. 

1 Up with Anisoptera

On 9/14/18, Anisoptera released their excessively brutal and utterly destructive record, Spawn of Odonata.

Like all amazing death metal bands before them, they use a lot of words that are hard to spell and the person writing about them isn't sure if they are real words are not, and hell no he's not going to google them!

Feel free to get a vocabulary lesson from the boys by contacting them FACEBOOK.

But this interview isn't about crushing death metal nights, it's about video games. Feel free to add in your own irony...

Glacially Musical: My first system was a pong clone, the yellow and black Odessey 300. What was your first Console?

My first system was a sega genesis followed by the Playstation 1. My favorite 

Monday, September 17, 2018

LP Review: "Spaceman" by Ace Frehley

Kiss, like Pink Floyd has had two camps over the years.

On one hand, you have the sound of the band and on the other it's the brand name. In both cases, the trademarked name has always done better financially, but not necessarily musically.

Back in the day, Frehley's output has always been superior to that of Kiss. From Frehley's Comet vs Crazy Nights to Space Invader  vs Monster. Let's not forget that between those bookends, the spectacular Anomaly was released.

Artistically, Ace has done very well.

When you look at Spaceman, which has Gene Simmons's fingerprints all over it, it feels like a modern day Kiss album...meaning, it's basically the lowest common denominator. Even the title reeks of it. Spaceman? There's almost naught to do with space on this record and certainly nothing to do with aliens.

Then there's the the songs, Bronx Boy, Rockin' With The Boys, Your Wish Is My Command, etc. These songs are simply rehashes of former glories... Hard Times, Beth, What Every Girl Wants. There are some very good riffs on this record, but nary a good song...and let's not get started on the vocals.

No, let's. Ace kind of sounds like his mouth is full of peanut butter.

The final insult of this album is that Ace Frehley has become his own personal Tommy Thayer. Not only is Frehley rehashing the past lyrics, but he's also rehashing his solos. There's very little on this album that you haven't already heard.

Excuse me whilst I spin Anomaly and Frehley's Comet instead.

Release: 10/19/18 EOne

Hometown Tales with Guerilla Ghost

Guerilla Ghost
It's time for a little bit of Midwest prejudice if you don't mind. See, St. Louis and Milwaukee have been battling it out for well over a century as to who's the best at brewing American Pisswater Lagers.

Milwaukee has the beer that made Milwaukee Famous and the Miller family of beers, but here, we've got (had) Anheuser-Busch and their family of terrible, yet eminently drinkable beers.

So, maybe I don't give Milwaukee a whole lot of thought in this world because of that, because really I have no idea why else it would be that way. Unless it's their lack of sports teams that matter to me.

The Admirals, they're just AHL and I can't remember if they're the first Admirals or the second Admirals in the AHl anyway...

Oh wait, good news, Guerilla Ghost is actually from Racine, WI. Being as there's absolutely nothing about that town that I know, let's check that stuff out!

Friday, September 14, 2018

Foods We Love with Overhung

Mumbai's Overhung are having a nice spot of unbother in the world.

They've recently made their North American debut after Test Your Metal Records released Movin Ahead. You can check that out HERE.

If you love Kiss, Zeppelin, and all of those bands we all remember, it might behoove you to explore the grooves coming to you all the way from India.

You should probably ask them about their name on FACEBOOK, because I have no clue what it means.

For now though, let's find out about the foodish proclivities!

1. For me, lunch is usually the meal where I don't have to deal with the Napoleon of Food. So it's my favorite meal. What's your best meal of the day?

Dinner for me.. Need to slam it down and slip into a Food induced coma.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Video: "The Betrayer" by Rapheumets Well

Right now, a lot of the national attention is focused on North Carolina because of Hurricane Florence. We've all got the good vibes headed out to the middle portion of the East Coast.

But right now, let's check out a band from North Carolina, Rapheumets Well. They have a compilation album coming out late next month. They've culled some tracks from their first three records.

Interested? Well, wait, there's MORE. They're a Sci-Fi Symphonic Death Metal Band. Do you know how many words that genre name is? I'm not, because I'm not sure how to count Sci-Fi...or should we just type out Science Fiction?

In the mean time, you can preorder on BANDCAMP.

LP Review: "Electric Messiah" by High On Fire

Electric Messiah
Electric Messiah by High On Fire.

That kind of rhymes a bit right?

That's neither here nor there in the grand scheme of things. What is here and there, is that High On Fire is back! It's not like it's been forever, but it has been three years since 2015's Luminiferous.

Our friends from Oaktown remind me of guys like Ace Frehley because you know roughly, what they can do and what sorts of music they're going to deliver.

If that's the case, why would I feel different ways about each album? That's a question that'll go unanswered from me. It's just the wild card of personal taste. This record though, if you don't like High On Fire, won't convince you that there's something different.

It's full of thick, sludgy, stonerish, metal. Matt Pike is on fire on this release, no pun intended. His vocals sound fresher to me than they ever have and his guitarwork is inspired. The rhythm section is boisterous in the bolstering of the shirtless wonder.

It's very hard for a band to come out swinging this hard this late in their career.

Release: 10/05/18 FACEBOOK PREORDER

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

1 Up with Wills Dissolve

Wills Dissolve
If you've had it with simple power chord based thrash metal and think that perhaps it's time to get on with something more progressive, then you need to head down to the most progressive state in these United States of America.

Of course, we're talking about Texas.

A state so progressive they have...ok I can't complete this joke, because it's going to be bad, bad bad, but Texas has some great progressive cities like Austin and Houston.

Speaking of Houston, there's this band from that city called Wills Dissolve. Their influences include Opeth, Isis, and Ahab.

Either they're really serious about music, or they're pretentious as hell. Personally, I'm in either way. You should check out their upcoming album, The Heavens Are Not On Fire, HERE.

While you're ingesting those fat tracks, find out how they live their digital lives on...

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Video: "Johnny The Beaver (Acoustic Version)" by Formosa

Years ago, when I worked for a large vitamin store chain, one of the other assistant managers and I got into a deep debate about music that's funny.

Well, long story short, she was wrong and humorous music is awesome. Speaking of artists that put a smile on my face every time I hear them, it's Germany's Formosa! They're foremost silly rock band out of umm...the part of Germany from which they hail.

Most likely, they're like Bavarian Erzherzogs who're doing this for fun. If that's the case, they're sure making it fun for me too.

You can pick up their record, Sorry For Being Sexy, via BANDCAMP.

LP Review: "Vindictive Miscreant" by Master

Vindictive Miscreant
Fifteen years ago, you were able to see basically the plurality of heavy metal's founders live on stage: Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, etc.

If you fast forward to no, it's gotten harder because time waits for no one. What we're very lucky to have is the (in my mind) Second Wave of Metal's founders still crushing it.

Obituary, Napalm Death, Metallica, Morbid Angel (kind of), Mayhem (ditto), Deicide, and Master are still going.

Unlike some names listed, Master has continued to record and release new music, Vindictive Miscreant is the group's thirteenth studio record and their first for Transcending Obscurity Records.

If you're a Tampa Bay Death Metal purist, this album might not do much for you, but if you dig heavy, angry, and serious music, get your knife and fork. It's time to dig in.

Vindictive Miscreant features are the things that make Master great, and a few surprises. Paul Speckmann's helmed this proto death metal band for decades and decades. He's never taken it away from what they are.

It's almost wrong tag Master as Death Metal, but they're something and you need to hear it, if nothing else, to pay your respect to the those who blazed the trail, but seriously, this album rocks.

Release: 11/28/18 BANDCAMP FACEBOOK

Monday, September 10, 2018

Video:"The Traveller" by Crafting The Conspiracy

Set phasers to kill because Crafting the Conspiracy is coming at you with their disrupters on maximum.

The cloaking device has been turned off and the Bird of Prey is visible off the starboard bow. It's time to find out where we all stand.

Later this year, the band will be unleashing their debut record, The Cosmic Key, on the world. Until such point, remain in contact.

Check out their latest single, The Traveller below and check them out on FACEBOOK.

5 Min Origin Stories with No Gods

No gods
Right now, No Gods are out there helping all of us. 

No Gods are visiting your temples and No Gods care for your everlasting soul. No Gods speak about life in the modern day.

No Gods released an album this summer called Paradise. No Gods are a death metal band featuring a strong hardcore punk ethos that oozes into the mix.

No Gods started off their existence, not as a band, but like us before No Gods were exalted above all others.

The stage is the ultimate extolling surface. No Gods grace the stage as they do the grooves on their album, but let's talk about the time before No Gods existed and how they came to be....

1. Is there an event you can point to you that made you say, wow, that's the instrument I want to play? Not like guitar or drums, but the reason why you play the model you do?

I got really into Rockband the video game in like 07-08. The songs in that game really hit me hard, it was like a gateway into a world of music i never knew existed. 

Fast forward a couple of years, I had been to a bunch of local basement shows and got turned on to the underground hardcore/death metal scene. 

Friday, September 7, 2018

LP Review: "Goat of Iniquity" by Valdur

Goat of Iniquity
This album gave me a serious feeling of Deja Vu.  After cueing up this album, I looked back into the archives to see if Valdur had graced our pages before, and the answer is no.

The press release accompanying this record described them as a death/black quartet out of California.

This description for me is woefully inadequate. They're more of an atmospheric-doom-black-toast postie-metal band. Although the first track held my interest, it seemed, ab it bland.

As Goat of Iniquity / Devouring the Whore of Darkness started rolling in with more of the same, my desire to write up the album waned a bit, though again, it was still a decent song and it was shaping up to be a decent record, if even vinyl worthy LP. It's hard for me to write up that kind of album you see.

But...when the sameness was splitting at the seams, a line of color came through. The colors that came through here and there became the most important parts of the songs. The anticipation for the next one grew exponentially. The monotony became a member of the group and created musical tension.

Be sure to check it out when you can.


1 Up with Robert Williams of Texas Metal Outlaws

It's time to get some more information from the Robert Williams from Texas Metal Outlaws.

This time he was good enough to give us the scoop on his video game habits.

Make sure you head over to FACEBOOK so you can keep up to date on all their happenings.

You'll be glad you did.

But for the now, let's check in on those sweet, sweet pixelated pixes in the TV...

Glacially Musical: My first system was a pong clone, the yellow and black Odessey 300. What was your first Console?

I believe it was an Atari system. After years and beers of partying my early memories are kind of fuzzy but I didn't get too heavily into video games until NES and Super Mario Bros. 

I used to be able to beat Trojan on my first try without dying once and I was also a wizard at Contra.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Video: "Phenomenon" by Medeia

I"m told that Medeia are the reigning kings of underground Swedish Metal. Well, this is my first rodeo with these Swedes who appear to not play hockey..and if you're Swedish and you don't play hockey, you play metal.

(Watch for the hockey shirts in the video though.)

So, we'll give them the underground tag. It certainly seems to fit them right now. Make sure you check out their upcoming LP, Xenois, via Playground Music HERE.

Home Town Tales with Tim Kenific from Death On Fire

Tim Kenefic
The world we live in, it's  big place full of lots of different adventures and styles. So, with that I'm welcoming you to my newest continuing series, Home Town Tales. 

These columns have been created in the hopes that we all connect with the bands on a personal level.

Death On Fire is up first. Fire in the hole as it were.

Let's get to know them as a entity before we head on into this particular hometown. They're a pretty brutal death metal band from Chicago.  You can see all their releases on BANDCAMP.

They've got a split coming out next month featuring three original tunes alongside covers of Prince, INXS, etc. The backside of the split features a new band called Corpse Paint and Dayglo.

I'm interested, but let's find out more now.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Stream: "Electric Mistress" by I Am The Law

If you haven't done so today, here's your opportunity to get to know a band and discover some new music. Myself, that's something that I lord over my friends on a nearly daily basis.

Now you can have that same opportunity!

Hailing from Nashville, TN, I Am The Law throws off the standard Music City country music tropes and plays a brand of southern metal that's been compared to Pantera, Lamb of God, Rob Zombie, etc.

Put on your bandana pop open a cold beer. It's time to get grooved out.

Road Warriors with Sam Llanas

Years ago, Kirk Hammett described the making of Master of Puppets as a period when the boys in the band were coming out of a phase where they only listed to the most extreme music they could find.

You may have noticed the departure in quality between Puppets and its predecessor.

Though Glacially Musical is dedicated, primarily to the heavier side of musical spectrum, it's not been uncommon for me to delve into other types of music. If you're following the Instagram Account, you'll see all kinds of interesting records in my home collection.

With that kind of a mindset, we turn our sights to veteran Americana Rocker, Sam Llanas.

Llanas, formerly of the Bodeans is out there right now getting his Return of the Goya Pt. 1 into your ears. You can check all of that out HERE.

Sam was willing to spare some time for us to talk about his touring stories.

Check it all out below.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Video: "Change The World" by Tile

I might be taking too many changes of pace these days, but here's a video about a change of pace, in a Sorry To Bother You kind of way it seems.

In the mean time, let's talk about Tile. They're from the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. This video give me all sorts of warm fuzzies, man. These kids, though it's wrong to call them such as they've been slogging it out for 12 years, seem like they could be right from my backyard.

Hmm, anyone who watches the whole video will see just how apt my Sorry To Bother You reference was.

In the meantime, talk late stage capitalism with them on FACEBOOK or order dat sweet VINYL.

LP Review: "Kreole Rock and Soul" by Sean Ardoin

Kreole Rock and Soul
Life has become a strange experiment in creating new solutions and compounds.

Enter: Sean Ardoin.

Looking at the cover doesn't really tell the story here. Sure, it's got the word rock on it, but there's nothing about the album that really gives me that rocking feeling.

This is a great time to explain that picking your tracklist is just as important as picking your setlist.

Kreole Rock and Soul kicks off with a rollicking little song claled Kick Rocks and it sets the tone for something new and different. Yeah, as advertised, there's loads of the accordion, but there's also wah drenched guitars. Then there's the horns and the big vocal sections.

Ardoin has given us an album that'll inspire new players and musical innovators for years to come. Move over Weird Al, there's another squeezebox slinger out there.

Release: 9/15/18 Facebook