Many thanks to Mr. Brown, who clued me in on the existence of Matt Cameron's Gory Scorch Cretins, a solo album with Melvins as his backing band! Apparently, this came about after a Soundgarden tribute where Buzz and the boys did "Spoonman." All of this is news to me, and I've gotta say I was a little confused when I first saw the cover and title; was this a Melvins tribute? Nope. All original stuff, and they're all great. Furthermore, Cameron - long one of my favorite drummers - makes a fantastic singer! Every track on this is great; I chose this one because it reminds me a bit of Urge Overkill, and for some reason, when I played this for the first time yesterday, that really hit the spot as a final track on the album.
After picking at it since September - primarily because the show disappeared from the platform I was watching it on and then reappeared on another - I finally finished the second season of Bryan Fuller's Hannibal yesterday.
I watched the last six or so episodes in a fairly tight burst, and this one is really masterfully done. This isn't something most of the world doesn't already know; I'm ten years late to the game on this one, but man, it burns knowing there won't ever be a season four.
One of the charms of the show is, of course, watching Hannibal in the kitchen, so I jumped at the chance to post the video above; special thanks to Moonshine Omega - their YouTube channel is an interesting collection of Food and Bevy-related videos from shows we love (there's a cool one of all drinks and food in Jessica Jones Season One!)
Having just finished Torture Star/Puppet Combo's Night at the Gates of Hell, I am SUPER happy to get wind of a new game coming our way from them:
As usual, the 80s VHS/Video Nasties influence is a large part of the draw, however, I've really come to prefer Torture Star's games, so I am psyched to be getting another for Switch.
Disappears - Pre Language
A Place to Bury Strangers - Exploding Head
Fear - Live for the Record
Run the Jewels - RTJ4
Baroness - Stone
Mastodon - Emperor of Sand
Matt Cameron - Gory Scorch Cretins
From Jonathan Grimm's Hand of Doom Tarot, which you can buy HERE.
• Six of Swords
• XVIII: The Moon
• Six of Cups
The intellectual benefits of balancing the mental and moral components of a conflict lead to emotional revelation.
No idea what the hell this means at the moment, but as with most of my pulls on this trip (yes, I'm still in L.A.), I'm really just recording all this as data archives for later analyzation.