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CD of the Month
  • Mudvayne
    by Mudvayne
  • Lords of Chaos: The Bloody Rise of the Satanic Metal Underground New Edition
    Lords of Chaos: The Bloody Rise of the Satanic Metal Underground New Edition
    by Michael Moynihan, Didrik Soderlind
  • Retribution
    by Shadows Fall
  • Brutal Legend
    Brutal Legend
    Electronic Arts

Doom Asylum

I recently unearthed another cult classic from Arrow video, called Doom Asylum.  It always amazes me as to how many horror flicks, came out in the 80's, that I've never heard of.  Thanks to Arrow, some of these gems have been given a second chance.  Doom Asylum is centered around an asylum that is haunted by the corpse of an undead lawyer.  The asylum is the playing ground for goth bands and teenage debauchery, until they piss off the wrong zombie.

The restoration of Doom Asylum is amazing.  I didn't see the original pressing, but by the looks of this film, it has to look better than the original pressing.  This movie is full of bad acting, bad jokes, and a really bad music, by the all girl goth/industrial band, but other than that it is priceless.  this movie is not to be taken seriously at all.  It is full of tired old gags, but that is what makes it so funny.  This is one of those cult movies, that will be funnier, the more you drink.  Grab a kegger and a bucket of popcorn, and pop this puppy in.

Bottom Line: Another B Horror film brought back to life.  It is fun and entertaining.  You have  to go in to this one with the attitude that is it going to be bad, and you will have a blast.  I hope that makes sense.

-Ragman is getting ready fro Halloween early this year.


Podcast #236: Kids

When you get old like Genghis & Ragman, you aspire to spread your knowledge of metal to the young. Some get it, some don't. Should we take offense? Does the younger generation grasp on to the metal of yesteryear as well as what is currently going on? Join Genghis & Ragman as they discuss the newer generation and how it views hard rock and heavy metal. Next, the boys welcome back Rage vocalist/bassist Peavy Wagner to discuss his latest project Refuge as well as what it took to get the old lineup back together, and how it was playing with those guys again. This is metal magic, don't miss it, kids.

DVD of the Show: Slayer - Repentless (Live at Wacken - Bonus DVD)

Beer of the Show: Robinson's Brewery - Hallowed (Iron Maiden) - Winner of Rock beer flight

Featured Tracks: Motionless In White - Reincarnate, Slayer - Repentless, Iron Maiden - Aces High, Slayer - Black Magic, Rage - Down, Refuge - Waterfalls, Hell Freeze Over, The Man in the Ivory Tower, Living on the Edge

Ragman's Classic of the Show: David Lee Roth - Ladies' Nite in Buffalo

Genghis' Classic of the Show: Savatage - Taunting Cobras

Ragman's Pick of the Show: Dimmu Borgir - Interdimmensional Summit

Genghis' Pick of the Show: Ex Mortus - Victory or Death

- Ragman has been rocking this summer, and it ain't over yet!

Podcast # 236: Kids


Podcast # 235:  Brotherhood

Do members in bands have to like each other?  Back in the day, I felt like each band, I loved, had to be the best of friends.  I figured they all considered themselves brothers.  Fast forward 20 years or so, and you realize some of these guys hate each other, and that is why they ride in separate tour busses etc...  When did the love end and why?  Tune it to find out what G and R think.  Next the boys brought in Love/Hate vocalist Jizzy Pearl for a one on one.  Jizzy discusses his latest album All You Need is Soul, as well as the reason behind leaving Quiet Riot, before they recorded their latest.  You won't want to miss this one. 

DVD of the Show: Labyrinth - Return to Live

Beer of the Show:  Stone - "Mikhail" Espresso Russian Imperial Barrel Aged Stout  Beer Rating:  4

Featured Tracks:  Lizzy Borden - Long May They Haunt Us, Labyrinth - The Night of Dreams, Judas Priest - Rising From Ruins, Dokken - It's Not Love, Love/Hate - Blackout in the Red Room, Jizzy Pearl's Love/Hate - You're Going to Miss Me When I'm Gone, When the Devil Comes, Mortified, Love/Hate - Wasted in America

Ragman's Classic of the Show:  Van Halen - Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)

Genghis' Classic of the Show:  Vicious Rumors - Lady Took a Chance

Ragman's Pick of the Show:  W.E.T. - Watch the Fire

Genghis' Pick of the Show:  Tesseract - King

- Ragman is wondering if he will take a holiday this summer, or keep pumping out content...

Podcast #235: Brotherhood


Podcast Interview: Granny 4 Barrel

The boys recently caught up with Granny 4 Barrel vocalist Granny to discuss their upcoming release.Granny  discussed the concept behind the origin of the band as well as their current tour.  She also discussed the ban's affiliation with Jackyl's Jesse James Dupree and ex-porn star Stormy Daniels   You don't want to miss this one.

And hey if you dig the Granny 4 Barrel's music as much as we do, show them some love by purchasing their singles from your favorite online store won't you?  HORNS UP!

Featured Tracks: Granny 4 Barrel - Freak Flag, She Likes Guns

-Ragman thinks this granny rocks!

Poscast Interview - Granny 4 Barrel


Podcast Interview: Uncured

The boys recently caught up with Uncured vocalists/guitarists Zak Cox and Rex Cox to discuss their latest release, Medusa. Zack and Rex discussed the concept behind the the album as well as the song titles.  They also discussed the history of the band, and how they have been able to share the stage with some metal's bigger acts.   You don't want to miss this one.

And hey if you dig the Uncured's music as much as we do, show them some love by purchasing Medusa from your favorite online store won't you?  HORNS UP!

Featured Tracks: Uncured - Opium Den, Enucleate, Petrified, Stygian Pit, Myopic

-Ragman has hope for our metal future.

Podcast Interview - Uncured