Hey all, here we are, back for another episode of THE CROMCAST!
Are you ready for some music? Are you ready for some metal?
If you answered "yes," then this is the episode for you!
(If not.... Then just hang loose until the next episode)
Here's the setlist and links to purchase this music on Amazon:
1. Domine - "Aquilonia Suite I," from Emperor of the Black Runes
2. The Sword - "The Frost Giant's Daughter," from Gods of the Earth
3. Manilla Road - "Queen of the Black Coast," from Metal
4. Elder - "Riddle of Steel I," from their eponymous full-length album
5. Electric Wizard - "Barbarian," from Dopethrone
6. Runic - "Last Days of Aghrapur I (Ambush)," from Liar Kings
7. Ironsword - "The Pyre of Kings," from Overlords of Chaos
And don't forget to listen to that live set from Elder at the Roadburn Festival this past year.
You can get it on a pay-what-you-will basis from Bandcamp! But seriously, throw a few bucks towards ALL of these artists... They need and deserve our support!
A special thank you to Mark Finn for the awesome Sailor Steve opener! Check out Mark's blog at:
Want to know more about the timeline of Howard's influence in metal music? Here's the article we discuss in the episode!
Our next episode will be a discussion of Conan in comics! Interested in some of the stories we'll be discussing? Check out this brief summary in a previous art party post! After that, we'll get back on The Road of Kings! Our next story will be People of the Black Circle. Read it on Project Gutenberg!
The music included in this episode's discussion is used without the permission of the creators. All music was obtained legally. We hope our discussion of this content makes you want to go out and purchase this art! Support the artists!
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