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Split Heaven - Iron Witch (Official)
Official version of Split Heaven´s Iron Witch, extracted from "Psycho Samurai" Album: Blower Records/High Roller Records.
by Split Heaven
High Priest. Their first EP is NYP :-
Perfect song for a hurricane, perfect album for the winds of destruction...
King Solomon. This is swwweeeeeeeettttttt.
I think I hurt my neck, banging my head to this!
Pelegrin. Some 'fresh out of the Oven' trippy French Space Rock :-
Sandveiss. I'd love to wax lyrical about how this has been a staple part of my audio diet for the last few years but I only discovered it a couple of days ago. I think they forgot about the drums in places in the recordings but it's still a great listen. Sometimes when you dig deep on Bandcamp you find a Nugget :-
Listening to this, which came out last November, I can't help but notice that the emotional impact of this album just gets more intense. Just in case anyone missed this last year...
Todays playlist. I couldn't find any of them in this thread, so :-
Stew. I thought I'd posted this but apparently not. Far too short but dayum it's good. Their debut Album 'People' is out on Ripple on October 11th :-
The Cosmic Trip Advisors. Great Cover, Great band, Great Female Vocals:-
The Heavy Minds, Garage Psych or the like, whatever it is, fill my plate, please :-
The Ivory Elephant. Floaty Psychadelic Rock. Play this when the world ends:-
Black Mirrors. Some more great bluesy female vocals :-
Doom so pure, so slow, so perfect. It's like taking Ozzie's vocals from Planet Caravan and making an entire discography from the oozing awesomeness.
There is literally nothing I don't love about this band. "No Comfort" absolutely crushes...
Inspiration (Yngwie Malmsteen album)
Yngwie Malmsteen – lead vocals (track 4), guitar, bass (except track 1), sitar, engineering, production
Jeff Scott Soto – lead vocals (tracks 1, 3, 6), engineering
Joe Lynn Turner – lead vocals (tracks 2, 8, 11)
Mark Boals – lead vocals (tracks 5, 7, 9, 10)
David Rosenthal – keyboard (tracks 1, 3, 10)
Mats Olausson – keyboard (tracks 2, 6)
Jens Johansson – keyboard (tracks 5, 8)
Anders Johansson – drums, engineering
Marcel Jacob – bass (track 1)
Chris Tsangarides – engineering
Keith Rose – engineering
1. "Carry On Wayward Son" Kerry Livgren Kansas 5:09
2. "Pictures of Home" Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Ian Paice Deep Purple 4:56
3. "Gates of Babylon" Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio Rainbow 7:12
4. "Manic Depression" Jimi Hendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience 3:39
5. "In the Dead of Night" Eddie Jobson, John Wetton U.K. 6:11
6. "Mistreated" Blackmore, David Coverdale Deep Purple 7:29
7. "The Sails of Charon" Uli Jon Roth Scorpions 5:05
8. "Demon's Eye" Blackmore, Gillan, Glover, Lord, Paice Deep Purple 4:53
9. "Anthem" Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart Rush 4:18
10. "Child in Time" Blackmore, Gillan, Glover, Lord, Paice Deep Purple 8:07
Total length: 56:59
Japanese edition bonus track
11. "Spanish Castle Magic" Hendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience 3:07
Pyramid, New to me, 2 songs in and loving it so far :-
Another new project from Professor Black. Like all his other projects,this one rocks! Asking price is $6.66
Dunst. Some great NYP psych from Germany. I didn't know Kirsten could play like that and I didn't know she was German . That'll teach me to ditch Social Media :-
House Anxiety. Some NYP unadulterated Greek Filth. Love, love, love this. This is what it sounds like when 2 Planets collide :-