Hey, I know I haven't posted in awhile but I've got a good one for you today. It's the return of the No Funeral Podtape. Like the name implies, this is part podcast and part mixtape. This is similar to the past Podtapes but now I've got a new rig with more firepower. In theory, this should be a more elegant experience. You be the judge. This is the typical No Funeral extreme rock music that you know and love but this time it's coupled with dialogue from The Sopranos. Enjoy and feel free to shout at me on Facebook.
No Funeral Podtape 2.1
Unlike Star Wars, this sequel rules! Check out the second sneak-preview episode of MindSplinter Radio; the links are posted below. This episode is is in QuickTime, so use your appropriate media player. Keep it real.
Goo Fish The Four Notch Road Tapes (2003-2007) self-released
One-man wrecking crew "Crucial" Chris Spann emerges from the Piney Woods of Deep East Texas with Goo Fish; a journey through the interior of the soul necessary in order to navigate the exterior of existence.
This collection of self-recorded demos evokes the sound of two bygone eras: the rustic paranoia of Pacific Northwest-based, Sabbathy punk rock (I refuse to say that word) mixed with the mechanical alienation of Wax Trax, Industrial Chicago. In other words, this is the middle ground between the Melvins and Ministry with a ton of Ween thrown in there as well.
This is another No Funeral exclusive. All tracks have MP3 tags, artwork, and liner notes. This is the only place to get the official download of The Four Notch Road Tapes (2003-2007). Anything else is unauthorized, bootlegged nonsense.
Also, stay tuned for more posts. You know how this thing goes. Another blast of No Funeral goodness is headed your way.
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