Saturday, 19 August 2017

THE SHRIEKS FROM BELOW SHOW - Core of Destruction Radio 19/8/2017



The Shrieks from below Vol 66 - Core of Destruction Radio, each Saturday @ 2pm cst, 3pm est, 9pm cet and 8pm UK.

Thank you Magnetic Eye Records http://store.merhq.com/

Maurice Eggenschwiler (Blues Funeral)

Ken Wohlrob (Eternal Black)

Band Order:

Ruina - "Heavy Riffs, Fuzzy Bass,  Deep Drums - From Chile"
https://ruinadoomed.bandcamp.com/track/colapso

Howling Giant - "Born out of some space fuzz chamber and dropped down on Nashville, Howling Giant's form of metal is a unique and eclectic fairy tale through the stars" - New Noise Magazine.
https://howlinggiant.bandcamp.com/

Laurasia Awaits Us - "The first album of  Laurasia Awaits Us. A concept about  personal feelings of depression and how it alienates a person from his surroundings. The album has lots of heavy and dark moments, but also glimpses of hope in the atmosphere, creating a more relatable and accessible album. Instead of using artistic metaphors, the lyrics are mostly down to earth and straightforward, even though the element of beliefs about afterlife and spirituality are present"
https://laurasiaawaitsus.bandcamp.com/

ShEver - "ShEver is all about a sludgy brew of death doom. Heaviness. Crushing riffs, crawling rhythm, hate drenched vocals and a melody that creates  unique trance inducing atmosphere"
https://shever.bandcamp.com/

Bloodbath - " A Swedish death metal supergroup"

Burn Ritual - "San Antonio doom metal band"
https://burnritual.bandcamp.com/releases

Blues Funeral - "Blues Funeral is a blend of 60's and 70's inspired rock with a metal twist. Riffs, solo's, groove and swirling hammond organ abound.
https://bluesfuneral.bandcamp.com/releases

Mastiff - "A miserable band from a miserable city"
https://bluesfuneral.bandcamp.com/releases

Eternal Black - "Eternal Black is a doom band based out of Brooklyn NY. Steeped in the American doom tradition of Saint Vitus, The Obsessed, Spirit Caravan and Eyehategod, Eternal Black's music is full of heavy and bluesy riffs, Bonham-esque drums and rumbling, low end"
https://eternalblack.bandcamp.com/