MMW: Bibio

Artist: Bibio

Description: From england, got into electronic music in college, basically an awesome, experimental mix of folk and electronic.

Hear it: “Internet Chatroom” Wednesdays at 12 a.m.

Artists’ Valley – Mind Bokeh
K is for Kelson – Mind Bokeh
Weekend Wildfire – Vignetting The Compost
Saint Christopher – Mind Bokeh
Haikuesque – Ambivalence Avenue
Thatched – Vignetting The Compost

MMW: Hooded Menace

Artist: Hooded Menace

Description: They formed in Joensuu, Finland in 2007. They perform a mix of Death and Doom metal. Their lyrical inspiration comes from the Tombs of the Blind Dead movie series that were produced in Spain in the 1970s. They featured very slow moving blind Knights of the Templar zombies who would ride out at night on zombie horses.

Hear it: “Too Evil to Have a Human Name” Sundays at 7 p.m.

“Rotting Rampage (Menace of the Skeletal Dead) from Fulfill the Curse) (2008)
“Fulfill the Curse” from Fulfill the Curse (2008)
“Rituals of Mortal Cremation” from Never Cross the Dead (2010)
“Effigies of Evil” from Effigies of Evil (2012)
“Crumblingity” from Effigies of Evil (2012)

MMW: Paradise Lost

Artist: Paradise Lost

Description: They formed in Halifax, England in 1988. Early on they were a pioneer along with the other bands My Dying Bride and Anathema in England playing a blend of Doom and Death metal. Later on in the 90’s and 00’s they experimented with Gothic and Electronic sounds. At one point they were considered as popular, and to be a successor in metal to Metallica in Europe. They never made in as big in the US, probably due to a lack of touring the US. Recently they have moved back towards their earlier Death/Doom sound.

Hear it: “Too Evil to Have a Human Name” Sundays at 7 p.m.

“Nuclear Abomination (Live)” (Drowned in Darkness- Early Demos, Originally from Plains of Desolation Demo 1988)
“Paradise Lost” (Lost Paradise 1990)
“Dead Emotion” (Gothic 1991)
“Joys of Emptiness” (Icon 1993)
“True Belief” (Icon 1993)
“The Last Time (Live)” (Draconian Times MMXI 2011, Originally from Draconian Times 1995)
“Honesty in Death” (Tragic Idol 2012)

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