ALBUM REVIEW: Clouds Taste Satanic – 79 A.E.


It’s been a very long uh, several weeks since we’ve been blessed by new music from the New York Instrumental Doom outfit, Clouds Taste Satanic.Continue reading


PODCAST: KISS – The End of The Road Debate – Legendary Farewell or Controversial Exit


Ghost Cult Keefy was joined by a cavalcade of metal personalities for a debate surrounding the final shows ever from KISS! In this video, we’ll be debating whether or not we think the KISS farewell tour was a successful, or a controversial exit. Was it a perfect ending to an iconic band, or did they go too far? We will also discuss the bands’ place in Classic Rock lore, the best and worst moments in the band’s history, and what their legacy is. Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Glacially Musical 147: Cannibal Corpse   – “The Bleeding” Reviewed, Disected, and ______ With A ____


GMP  continues our series on Cannibal Corpse with  “The Bleeding!” A concept album that leaves nothing to the imagination. It’s also a farewell to Chris Barnes and hello to riff machine Rob Barrett!  

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CLASSIC ALBUMS REVISITED: Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of The Moon” Turns 50


 

Ghost Cult welcomes in guest contributor, podcaster and Pink Floyd expert Nik Cameron of The Glacially Musical Pouredcast to wax on about Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon, which turned 50 years old today (March 1st, 2023).

 

The Dark Side of the Moon, 50 Years Later

As we sit here, author and reader, what could be arguably called the greatest prog rock album of all time, The Dark Side of the Moon, by Pink Floyd, has aged fifty years. At the time of this writing when I attempt some words about this massive achievement, I am 47 years old.Continue reading


PODCAST: Glacially Musical Pouredcast 111: What Bands are on “The Mount Rushmore of Death Metal” – Top 4 Ranked!


 

We end the year on a chaser episode. Who are the Big Four of Death Metal? If Death Metal had a Mount Rushmore, what bands would be on it? Nik and Keefy rank the best Death Metal bands of all time, checking down from a list of about 30 bands!

 

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PODCAST: Glacially Musical Pouredcast 110: KISS Part 3 – The Solo Albums, Dynasty, and All 1970s Albums Ranked From Worst to Best


 

This week we dive This week we our third installment of KISS in the 1970s era, and the bloom is off the rose big-time. Keefy and Nik debate a lot of Kisstory, discuss what is worse – “Kiss Meets The Phantom” or the other mega-cultural albatross – “The Star Wars ‘ Holiday Special!” We review all of the Kiss “solo” albums and “Dynasty” – Keefy’s personal hellscape in music.

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PODCAST: Glacially Musical Pouredcast 109: Kiss Pt 2 – Shout It Out Loud – The Middle Years


This week we dive into the (only) successful era of KISS and how they barely showed up for business when everything counted on it. It kind of makes sense why Gene and Paul worked so hard ever since. Also, Nik and Keefy from go Worldstar level 10 with their fights. Continue reading


PODCAST: Glacially Musical Pouredcast 107: Slipknot Discography: Pt.4 – “All Hope Is Gone,” and Beyond


 

We continue our series on arguably the biggest metal band in the world,   Slipknot!  Episode 4 of 4 in this series sees Nik and keefy close it out with the ascent to the top of heap of metal headling arena tours, festival headlining in Europe and America, Mayhem Fest, their fourth album “All Hope Is Gone” and a brief breeze through the rest of their career up to now. RIP Paul, and RIP Joey.     Continue reading


PODCAST: Glacially Musical Episode #69: Robert Plant Doesn’t Understand Buddhism


The Glacially Musical Pouredcast is a weekly Podcast that has three principles: Beer, Metal, and Swearing! Hosted by Nik Cameron – grown out of the Glacially Musical blog is all about great music and vinyl collecting. Once per week Ghost Cult’s Chief Ghost Cult Keefy joins Nik to discusses great bands and great era’s of bands.  Nik and Keefy conclude their series on Robert Plant with Manic Nirvana.

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