Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 149

Archive release of episode 149 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on November 15, 2011

Original show notes from this episode:

Hello there!

First off, I would like to thank each and every one of you for your patience and continued support of not only my podcast, but the machine rock scene in general. Without you, it would be hard for me to make this show, and for the bands to make the music.

Second, I need you all to be aware that the voiceprints on this episode are a little shaky. I came home after a 12 hour shift and decided that I was loaded with energy and the time was right to make an episode of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Third, the inconsistency of the podcast release schedule will probably continue in to the new year. I would like to return to a weekly format, but my day job isn’t going to allow for that to happen any time soon.

So sit back, relax, crank the volume as loud as you can tolerate, and enjoy the show!

Here is what can be expected on this episode:

  • Art Versus Industry – Play God [Movement I] (2011)
  • Omega Lithium – Strip Me [Kinetik] (2011)
  • The Rabid Whole – Collapse (Temptaion mix By Sebastian Komor) [Autraumaton Remixed] (2011)
  • Vertical Section – Paragon [Death Throes] (2011)
  • The Gothsicles – Infl8tr (Deathproof Mix) [Deathproof for DJ’s Only Release] (2011)
  • Promonium Jesters – Revival Gun [Revival Gun Single] (2010)
  • Skinmask – Darklight [Skinmask] (2011)
  • The Black Dots of Death – Lower Than Dirt [Ever Since We Were Children] (2011)
  • Necro Facility – Ignite [Wintermute] (2011)
  • Common Man Down – Self Addiction [Self Addiction] (2011)
  • Die Krupps – The Chameleon Man [Als Wären Wir Für Immer] (2010)
  • The Prodigy – Thunder [World’s On Fire] (2011)
  • Mach Fox – Like The Dragon [The Sky Is Falling] (2011)
  • Microwaved – Blood [Desperation Upon The Wings of Angels] (2011)
  • Malakwa – Monster [Street Preacher] (2011)
  • VTG – Nail Gun [Dance Floor Game] (2011)

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Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 084

Archive release of episode 84 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on February 15, 2009

Original show notes from this episode:

Thank you so much for your patience, RBDF listeners.  Sometimes life gets in the way of my hobbies, and this past week was no exception.  As a reward to you, I give you an expanded show.  The set list is as follows:

  • Puscifer “The Mission” Unreleased (2009)
  • Avi Ghosh “I Won’t Belong” All That’s Left of Us (2009) [Transience Records]
  • Project Pitchfork “Your God” Dream, Tiresias! (2009) [Candyland Entertainment]
  • One Way Mirror “As You Are Now” One Way Mirror (2008) [Metal Blade Records]
  • Zeromancer “Doppleganger, I Love You” Sinners International (2009) [Trisol Records]
  • Epochate “Substantia” Chronicles of A Dying Era (2009) [Metropolis Records]
  • Techny-Call X “Erasing” Evolution (2009) [Danse Macabre Records]
  • Mona Mur & En Esch “Candy Cane” 120 Tage: The Fine Art of Beauty and Violence (2009) [Pale Music International]
  • Apoptygma Berzerk “Incompatible” Rocket Science (2009) [Hardrive Records]
  • Stiff Valentine “Thrash Metal Machine” Industrial Metal Disco (2009) [Trafik Records]
  • 16volt “The Error” FullBlackHabit (2007) [Metropolis Records]
  • Project .44 “Free” The System Doesn’t Work (2005) [Underground Inc]
  • Bile “Head” Frankenhole (2003) [Underground Inc.]
  • Skrew “She Said” Shadow of Doubt (1996) [Priority Records]
  • Society Burning “Tactiq” Tactiq (1997) [Re-Constriction Records]
  • Crimson Ivy “This Is Now” Bloodlife (1993) [Self Released]
  • Dope “Addiction” No Regrets (2009) [Koch Records]
  • The Prodigy “Run With The Wolves” Invaders Must Die (2009) [R.E.D. Distribution]
  • KMFDM vs. Skold “Love Is Live” NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack (2009) [CBS Records]
  • Violent Work of Art “Wasted (Remixed By J. Bergmen)” Alternated Species: The Remix Album (2009) [Self-Released]

I hope you enjoy this awesome set of great bands.  Well.  At least 19 of the 20 bands are great.  Listen to the show to see who I single out as the one not so great.