Friday, March 4, 2022

Spizm - B4uDie

It's another Bandcamp Friday, and it's also the release date of Spizm's B4uDie record. I pre-ordered this a while back and posted the lead, titular single, and now that I've heard the whole thing, I strongly recommend you throw these guys some $$. Remember, artists keep ALL the money from sales on Bandcamp Friday, so what better way to support independent creators!

Here's a direct link to the Spizm Bandcamp.


There are some pretty Bold Horror Statements being used in the marketing for the new film You Won't Be Alone, which makes me skeptical. However...

Yeah, after watching about a quarter of this trailer, I knew I was in and turned it off lest I learn too much. Directed by Goran Stolevski - who I am completely unfamiliar with despite the fact that his name rings a bell - I think Focus Features is banking on the "Folk Horror Explosion" with this one. That's okay. I find despite the buzz, I'm rarely disappointed by films marketed under that banner. 


Mark Lanegan - Bubblegum
Converge and Chelsea Wolfe - Bloodmoon: I
Judas Priest - British Steel
Ghost - Impera (pre-release singles)
Ghost - Infestissumam
Neil Young - Greatest Hits
Greg Puciato - Lowered (single)
Greg Puciato - Child Soldier: Creator of God
Hall and Oats - Greatest Hits
Mutterlein - Orphans of the Black Sun
Jim Willaims - Possessor OST
Killing Joke - Night Time
Motley Crue - Shout at the Devil
Ministry - Filth Pig
Tom Vek - Luck
Grinderman - Eponymous
Spizm - B4uDie
The Devil's Blood - The Thousandfold Epicentre


I'm really having trouble digging past the surface and listening to the inner voice that tells me how to write. I've kind of pushed myself into a frustration corner and can't see past it.

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