Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 161

Archive release of episode 161 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on June 10, 2012

Original show notes from this episode:

The “Lost” Society Burning Interview

In November of 2010, I conducted an interview with all 3 members of Society Burning the night before I suffered a catastrophic failure with my computer. At that time, and for months following, I thought that all was lost. Today, after using hard drive sector recovery software, I was finally able to retrieve the file that was the interview.

So after months of advertising the infamous review, I can finally present to you the final version of the interview. The actual interview lasted almost 40 minutes longer, but a lot of it was the 4 of us trying to get on the same page, so I edited out all of the mayhem and gave you the most listenable version of this conversation.

I think that you will enjoy it. There is a lot of ground covered, and you will find that not only are Society Burning a great band, they are an even better group of individuals. They are talented artists, great human beings, fans of this music, and also wonderful friends.

I thank them for their time, as well as their patience in getting this interview up. It may be 18 months later, but the information that we cover is still very relevant.

I also thank you, the listeners of the show and fans of Society Burning for waiting this long for this “lost” interview to finally be unveiled. Your long wait for this moment has finally been rewarded.

Many people and topics were discussed on this show. Here is a list of some of the many shouts that are given:

Nina at Fabryka Industrial Rock magazine

Eric Gottesman (Everything Goes Cold)

Steven Seibold (Hate Dept.)

Eric Powell (16volt)

Diatribe

Sean Payne (Cyanotic)

Sean Bevan

Dave “Rave” Ogilvie

The Birthday Massacre

Chase (Re-Constriction Records)

Nine Inch Nails

Front 242

Front Line Assembly

Jamie Duffy (Acumen Nation)

Wade Alin (Christ Analogue)

Jason Bazinet (SMP)

Purr MDavid Secoreachine

Collide

Mats Monsen

Studio Peligroso

UCNX

Produkt

Duffy Laudick

Renee (Aztalanturf Podcast)

Power Forge Radio

and more!

Enjoy this really fun interview. And please forgive the quality issues. This was a pretty intense undertaking that didn’t come without it’s share of battle wounds

http://societyburning.com/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Society_Burning

http://www.prescient-thought.com/

http://www.last.fm/music/Society+Burning

http://www.myspace.com/societyburning

http://www.facebook.com/Society.Burning

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Society+Burning

http://www.studiopeligroso.com/

Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 154

Archive release of episode 154 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on January 15, 2012

Original show notes from this episode:

I have tons of music that I want to play, and tons of bands that I want to expose to you this year. The release schedule for 2012 is already loading up and I haven’t even finished highlighting some of the better releases of 2011! So much music, so little time.

Anyway, here is an episode that attempts to catch up a little on some of the releases of 2011 (and older). The next several episodes of RBDF will certainly be continuing in this vein, so get ready to clean out your savings account and go out and support these great artists!

Here is what this episode has for your dirty little ears:

  • Error:Success – End of Time [Converting Order EP] (2011)
  • Makine – Biraz Zaman [Makine] (2010)
  • Alan Waters – Trevoga [Anomal’nyj al’bom] (2011)
  • Collide – In The Frequency [Counting To Zero] (2011)
  • Powerman 5000 – 20th Century Boy [Copies, Clones & Replicants] (2011)
  • Thot – Take a Bow and Run [Obscured by the Wind] (2011)
  • The Anix – Glass [Sleepwalker] (2011)
  • Whalesong – Fallout [Filth EP] (2011)
  • The Birthday Massacre – Pins and Needles (Skold Mix) [Imaginary Monsters] (2011)
  • SMP – No Space (Killing Floor Mix) [Shot] (2011)
  • Klutæ – Stagnant Water [Electro Punks Unite] (2011)
  • Angelspit – Monkey Byte [Hello My Name Is] (2011)
  • Imperative Reaction – Time Doesn’t Care [Imperative Reaction] (2011)
  • Baal – The Hardliner [Religion 616] (2008)
  • Wayne Static – Chrome Nation [Pighammer] (2011)
  • The Used – Burning Down The House (Talking Heads Cover) [Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Soundtrack] (2009)
  • Rabbit Junk – Bubble [Bubble Single] (2012)

Let’s make 2012 a really great year. Together, we can all make it happen. Thanks for listening to the show, thanks for supporting the bands, and thanks for being a part of our twisted little community. You rock!

Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 142

Archive release of episode 142 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on June 26, 2011

Original show notes from this episode:

RBDF is back. Sorry it took so long, but you just have to take my word that it wasn’t an easy 7 months for me during this LONG hiatus.

But let’s just get back in to it, and forget it all ever happened, okay?

Here is the set list of great tracks spun on this show:

  • SML8 – Non-Existence [Surreality] (2010)
  • Dagoba – Degree Zero [Poseidon] (2010)
  • The Birthday Massacre – Sleepwalking [Pins & Needles] (2010)
  • Mortiis – Closer To The End [Perfectly Defect] (2010)
  • OBCT – I Like A Shadow [Survived, By] (2010)
  • Combichrist – Never Surrender (Remix by Melt) [Never Surrender] (2010)
  • Alpha Point – High Like Angels [High Like Angels CDM] (2010)
  • KMFDM – Godlike 2010 [Godlike 2010] (2010)
  • Strip In Midi Side – I Want [Your Stripping Experience] (2010)
  • Filter – No Love [The Trouble With Angels]
  • Inertia – Repeat & Follow (12″ Extended Mix) [Repeat & Follow]
  • Systemshock – You’re Fake, I’m Real [Virus-Electro] (2010)
  • Society Burning – The Monster Under Your Bed [Internal Combusiton] (2010)
  • Angelspit – Princess Chaos (Angelspit Remix) [Larva Pupa Tank Coffin] (2010)
  • Ministry – Every Day is Halloween [Every Day Is Halloween: The Anthology] (2010)
  • Deflore – La Guerra Degli Orsi [2 Degrees of Seperation] (2010)

Give me some time to work out the kinks, dust off the studio a bit, get back in to my groove, and FIX THAT REALLY BAD AUDIO DURING MY VOICEPRINTS!!!!

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Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 130

Archive release of episode 130 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on March 23, 2010

Original show notes from this episode:

Well, Chrome Skin Jesus has gone and done it again. He skipped town. Left. Went ‘ninja’ on all of your asses. Always has to be SOMEWHERE, that fucking guy. Well, in his absence, PlasticBlue1990 has stepped in to deliver his youthful (albeit nervous) approach to an episode of Razor Blade Dance Floor.  Some little stories about illegal downloading versus buying CD’s, the discovery of industrial music, seeing and meeting The Birthday Massacre and Raggedy Angry, as well as a curious man-crush for JP Anderson are all revealed.  Here is what PlasticBlue1990 selected for this episode:

  • The Named – Civilization Extermination [The Named] (2009)
  • Angelspit – Fuck The Revolution [Hideous and Perfect] (2009)
  • Alec Empire – Tear It Out (Remix) [Intelligence and Sacrifice] (2002)
  • MindFluxFuneral – Whore [teatro deRevelacion] (2007)
  • DJ? Acucrack – Wickerman [Humanoids From The Deep] (2007)
  • Julien-K – NVR Say NVR [Death To Analogue] (2009)
  • IAMX – The Negative Sex [The Alternative] (2006)
  • Raggedy Angry – Rape [Pestilence] (2008)
  • The Mad Capsule Market’s – Midi Surf [OSC-DIS] (2001)
  • Electric Six – One Sick Puppy [Kill] (2009)
  • Dope Stars Inc. – Vyperpunk [Nueromance] (2006)
  • Left Spine Down – Welcome To The Future [Voltage 2.3: Remixed and Revisited] (2009)
  • Rabbit Junk – Death of a Bike Thief [This Life is Where You Get Fucked] (2009)
  • The Shizit – Audio Jihad II [Soundtrack For The Revolution] (2001)
  • The Birthday Massacre – Blue [Show and Tell] (2009)

Want to know more about PlasticBlue1990? Here’s how to reach out to him:

http://www.myspace.com/PlasticBlueMusic

http://twitter.com/plasticblue1990

http://www.last.fm/user/PlasticBlue1990

http://www.reverbnation.com/plasticbluemusic

http://www.facebook.com/PlasticBlue1990?ref=ts

Also, you can reach out to Razor Blade Dance Floor through the following usual channels:

chromesj@yahoo.com

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Razor-Blade-Dance-Floor/20236049312

http://www.facebook.com/Joe.W.Graham

http://twitter.com/chromeskinjesus

Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 115

Archive release of episode 115 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on October 27, 2009

Original show notes from this episode:

 

What do these things have in common: Molson, Wayne Gretzky, SCTV, the bands on this episode.

They are all from Canada! Here is my tribute, however half assed it may be, to my admiration of Canadian industrial rock and metal. Is this the be all, end all of Canadian industrial rock bands? HELL NO. But it is a 2 hour glimpse in to how I see Canadian industrial rock and how it is represented.

And it is represented quite well by the following bands, I must say:

  • Skinny Puppy – Downsizer [The Greater Right of the Wrong] (2004)
  • ohGr – miNUS [Welt] (2001)
  • Promonium Jesters – Futurekill [Psychic Warfare] (2008)
  • Front Line Assembly – Modus Operandi Hard Wired] (1995)
  • Noise Unit – Miracle [Drill] (1997)
  • Numb – Headcrush [Death on the Installment Plan] (1993)
  • Stiff Valentine – Absolution [Industrial Metal Disco] (2009)
  • Landscape Body Machine – Revolution (Tachyon Flux Remix) [Revolution EP] (2002)
  • Left Spine Down – Reset (Melt Mix by Sebastian Komor) [Voltage 2.3: Remixed and Revisited] (2009)
  • Unit: 187 – Nobody [Loaded] (1997)
  • MDM – Bitter End [Modern Digital Militia] (2007)
  • Adaptive Reaction – Gangrene [Promonium Jesters/Adaptive Reaction Split 7″] (2009)
  • DHI – Pain and Courage [Pressures Collide: Expanded and Remastered] (2008)
  • FMTA – To an End [In The End, You Don’t Exist] (2006)
  • Post Death Soundtrack – Decentralize [Music As Weaponry] (2008)
  • The Rabid Whole – All The Same [Autraumaton] (2009)
  • Econoline Crush – All That You Are [The Devil You Know] (1998)
  • The Birthday Massacre – Horror Show [Unquiet Grave: Volume 4] (2003)
  • Zaraza – Every Day Is A Funeral [Slavic Blasphemy] (1997)

Could this episode have been better? Sure it could have, but I always have a great time making these shows and here is a glimpse in to a private party I was having while making the show. Who was in attendance? Just me. But that is a problem to be tackled some other day…

Enjoy!