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The BoneBat Show
       Gord              Steve              

A quarter century in the making, The BoneBat Show is a tri-weekly joint project from the creators of Bonehand.com and Mightywombat.com.
It is an audio collection of the intermittantly hilarious,profanity laden musings, declarations and arguments of longtime friends Steve and Gord,
set to original, funky beats, and converted to zeros and ones for your listening pleasure. Please enjoy responsibly.
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WARNING:  BoneBat consists almost entirely of adult language and juvenile content, and as such should not be listened to by: children, adults, the elderly, anyone who is pregnant or thinking of becoming
pregnant, anyone who is having sex right at this moment, the capriciously litigious, the humor-impaired, our mothers, pigeons, chickens, ducks, or turkeys, costumeless-high-school-age-trick-or-treaters, rats,
former employers, parents, telekenesists, little people, the blind, people who taunt wild animals, the French, crocheters, rapelling sommeliers, dead cats, customer service professionals, clowns, Julie's Dad, PDF's,
GRRM, our children, Gord's Mother-In-Law,  residents of West Virginia, rude kids, dead seals, philatilists, women, frogs, the developmentally disabled, Cincinnati drivers, Washington Drivers, teenagers,
or anyone with a modicum of good taste, sense, and/or dignity. Listener discretion strongly advised. You have been warned. Don't come bitching to us later.

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BONEBAT BACK EPISODES 51-60
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Also: BoneBat 1-10  BoneBat 11-20  BoneBat 21-30  BoneBat 31-40
  BoneBat 41-50  BoneBat 51-60
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"BeastQuake BonusBat!" -  posted 01/13/11

 Beast Mode!                                                

This Episode: Steve and Gord bounce back for an unprecendented second
show of the week, as they are joined by the Northwest's own Nerd-Rap
benefactor Beefy to celebrate the Seattle Seahawks epic upset victory over
the world champion New Orleans Saints, and give a listen to MC Horse Rides
Again
, the brand new release from The Grammar Club! All this, plus 
What
Pisses Us Off
, political rants, and Filthy Jokes, will keep your ears ringing
in this earthshaking
episode 60 of The BoneBat Show!

Episode Sixty Music:
This show, we kick things off with the booming "Dance, You Fuckers",  fresh from The Grammar Club's
2011 release MC Horse Rides Again, followed by "Breaking up With Bret" and "Normal". Next we flash
back to 2007's Bremelanotide for "Sentinels", before returning to the present for out first featured cut
"Super Girls and Ghosts", "A Team by Myself", No Homo" and "Unemployment" from the same source.
Then it's back to 2007 for our second featured track " Balloon Flight", before we close out MC Horse with
"Stop Plate Techtonics, "Crashing Cars and Awarding Stars", and our final featured cut, "Suck My Wallet".
We return to
Bremelanotide in earnest to check out "Bank Holiday", "Girl Trouble" , "Heart Tits", "My
Gay Shirt", and post collegiate shuffle, before we end regulation with the non album cut "Red Cyclone."

The super secret hidden track is not The Grammar Club at all, but a 2005 Seahawks Classic from Edawg


Download your FREE copy of MC Horse Rides Again by clicking the album cover below. Better yet,
leave a donation!


MC Horse Rides Again

Most of the music in Episode 60, was performed by The Grammar Club, used courtesy of their own bad selves.
Be like Steve & Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

Got something that pisses you off? Then why not share it with The BoneBat
Crew!
Email the source of your annoyance to
steve@bonehand.com or leave
us a voicemail
at 425-296-6557
and we will discuss what pisses YOU off in our
very next episode! Don't miss your opportunity
to vent, BoneBat style!


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"BoneBattle!" -  posted 01/09/11

 
BoneBattle!                                                

This Episode: Steve and Gord kick off the new year with a bang, as they compete
head to head in the first ever BoneBattle, a grueling gauntlet of games which will
determine who is this year's supreme gaming champion! Plus we revisit some of our
favorite bands from 2010 with fresh new tunes, make with the
What Pisses Us Off,
political rants, and Filthy Jokes, and ring in the new with reviews of Kinect, the
films Tron: Legacy and True Grit, AMC's Breaking Bad, the book At Home by
Bill Bryson
, and the Xbox Live games Raskulls, World of Kelflings and IloMilo
in Multimedia Triage!
Spend your resolution period in style with episode 59 of
The BoneBat Show!

Huge thanks to SKIZNOT for creating the BONEBATTLE theme song!

Games featured in BONEBATTLE I:
Battleship     Rock Paper Scissors    Call of Duty: Black Ops    Fruit Ninja    Zombie Dice
    
Episode Fifty Nine Music:
This show, we revisit some our favorite acts brought to you by BoneBat in 2010, to whit:

MC Frontalot: "Disaster" featuring Beefy, taken from the 2010 CD Zero Day, as featured in BoneBat Episode 42 
Warp 11:
"Jim Beam Me Up", taken from 2009's Vulcans In Hell, as featured in BoneBat Episode 39
The Pine Box Boys: "Mr Skeleton", taken from the 2006 CD Stab!, as featured in BoneBat Episode 50
Anamanaguchi: "Blackout City", taken from the 2009 CD Dawn Metropolis, as featured in BoneBat Episode 53
HelltracK: As heard in BoneBat Episode 41 with "Son of the Minotaur", from 2011's The Year We Make Contact.

Links to purchasing info for each and every one of these fine bands can be found by clicking the album covers below.

All music in Episode 59, was performed by the artists and used courtesy of their own bad selves. Be like Steve & Gord,
and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!


Zero Day   Vulcans in Hell  Stab!  Dawn Metropolis 
The Year We Make Contact

Got something that pisses you off? Then why not share it with The BoneBat
Crew!
Email the source of your annoyance to
steve@bonehand.com or leave
us a voicemail
at 425-296-6557
and we will discuss what pisses YOU off in our
very next episode! Don't miss your opportunity
to vent, BoneBat style!

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"Multimedia Trollage!" -  posted 12/05/10

         Finntroll Live in Seattle 4/21/10                                                

This Episode: Gord and Steve brave the northern frost to present a icy blast of metal
from Finland's Finntroll, along with the usual
What Pisses Us Off, Filthy Jokes, political
rants, and a montrously huge installment of Multimedia Triage!
Learn the history of
Finland's finest, and hear our opinions and impressions of
AMC's The Walking Dead,
the Amazing Krypto Bros. film Damned by Dawn, the cd Self Made Loner from
sAMPLE tHE mARTIAN, Call of Duty: Black Ops, the Xbox Live games FX2 Pinball,
Comicjumper, Hydrophobia
and Super Meat Boy, the novels Horus Heresy: The First
Heretic
by Aaron Dembski-Bowden and Gilded Latten Bones
by Glen Cook, Izotope's
RX2
complete audio repair software, and much more in this D
amn Trollish episode 58
of The BoneBat Show!

         
Finntroll

Episode Fifty Eight Music:

This show, we climb from below to the strains of "En Mäktig Här" from Finntroll's 2007 release Ur Jorden's Djup,
before we begin the hunt in earnest by digging into 2010's Nifelvind for "Solsagan", "Den Frusna Munnen",

"Ett Norrskensdåd", "I Trädens sång", and "Tiden Utan Tid"
. Then it's back to 2001's Jaktens Tid for our first
featured cut "Kitteldags" and the rousing
"Födosagan". Then it's on to 2004's Nattfödd for our second featured
cut "Trollhammaren", before we return to
Jaktens Tid and "Slaget Vid Blodsälv", "Skogens Hämnd", "Jaktens Tid",
"Bakom Varje Fura”, and "Aldhissla", skip ahead to
Nattfödd for “Människopesten", “Eliytres”, “Nattfödd", and
"Ursvamp" and return to
Ur Jorden's Djup for "Sång", "Korpen's Saga", "Nedgång", and “Ormhäxan". We then 
close on Nifelvind and personal favorite "Under Berget's Rot".

Jaktens Tid    Nattfodd 

      Ur Jorden's Djup         Nifelvind

All music in Episode 58,
was written and performed by Finntroll, played courtesy of Century Media Records and
their own bad selves. Check 'em out at FINNTROLL.NET, at their Official Myspace page HERE or pick up a CD
by clicking any of the covers above. 
Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!            

Also reviewed this episode:
   
Walking Dead    Damned by Dawn    Self Made Loner 
Izotope RX2         
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"WangZgiving!" -  posted 11/14/10

Death*Star live at Play N Trade Kirkland 6/13/10
                                                          
This Episode: Gord and Steve serve up an autumn feast of enormous magnitude, as
they are joined in-studio by CoSplay,
Bill Beats, and MC-3PO of Seattle's Death*Star
for a thrilling LIVE display of Northwest Nerdcore, and via the interwebs by the one and
only Z. of Hipster Please, on the occasion of Radio Free Hipster's 100th episode!
Thus armed, the gang proceeds to abuse the G word, and wreak havoc with all new
What Pisses Us Off, Filthy Jokes, political ranting, and Multimedia Triage reviews
of The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk
by David Sedaris, Adam WarRock's new CD The War for Infinity, Heavy Mental
from Troma Pictures, FX's The League, the comic American Vampire from Scott
Snyder, the anime Queen's Blade, the Red Box from Dungeons and Dragons, and
much, much, more, in
this truly groundbreaking episode 57 of The BoneBat Show!

Death*Star Link

Episode Fifty Seven Music:

We launch this episode with the irresistable "Bounce", taken from Death*Star's 2010 debut The Fandom Menace,
followed by "Suburban Champion", "Villain of the Day", "You're Not Geek Enough for Me", "From Dusk 'Til Dawn",
"The Quick and the  Dead",  "Sunshine", "Back in the Day", "Who Wants to be a Comic Book Villain?", "Rockman
Blues", and "The Sound of Nerdcore", all from the same release. This leads us to our first LIVE featured cut, "IRL".
We then check out
"Second Video Game Apocalypse" and "Rollin' 20's", before our second LIVE track, the unreleased
until now "Social Apothecary". We then revisit
"Bounce", "Suburban Champion", "Villain of the Day", "You're Not
Geek Enough for Me", "From Dusk 'Til Dawn", "The Quick and the  Dead",  "Sunshine", "Back in the Day", "Who
Wants to be a Comic Book Villain?", "Rockman Blues", "The Sound of Nerdcore", "Second Video Game Apocalypse"
,
"Rolling 20's", and free single "16 Bit Candles", before we close with up all sexy like with "Looking for Group".  

Fandom Menace

All music in Episode 57, was written and performed by Death*Star, used courtesy of their own bad selves. Check 'em
out at DEATHSTARHIPHOP. COM, via their Myspace page HERE or pick up a CD via Bandcamp right HERE, or by
clicking the cover above. 
Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

Z.'s thoughts on this episode can be found here, while his
handiwork resides 24/7 at the following locations:


            Hipster Please   
   
            Radio Free Hipster    Geek Dad                   

Also Mentioned this episode:

Adam WarRock                Kirby Krackle                Heavy Mental from Troma Video
          
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"Ales from the Crypt!" -  posted 10/24/10
                       Happy Halloween!
                                            Art by Unkle Eric Pigors. Click the image to visit Toxictoons.com. 
                                         
This Episode: Steve and Gord jam-pack another pillowcase with Halloween goodness
just for you, as they interview artist extraordinaire "Unkle" Eric Pigors, DJ Cheekyboy
of Monster Mash-ups fame, and game designer Bruce Glassco of the board game
Betrayal at The House on The
Hill, gorge themselves on beer and candy, and treat
you to fantastic new tunes from The Creepshow's latest release They All Fall Down!
Plus, chill once more to the sounds and smells of FIVE Seattle area haunts with music
from Nox Arcana in Steve's Haunt Tours, laugh at the latest "What Pisses Us Off" and
Filthy Jokes, and enjoy
Multimedia Triage reviews of IFC's Dead Set, the film Red,
the novel The Help by Kathryn Stockett, season 4 of [adult swim]'s Metalocalypse,
TSR's
Dungeons and Dragons Red Box, LiveRider from New Potato Tech and
Troma's Dead Eyes Open,
in this frighteningly full episode 56 of The BoneBat Show!

  Sarah Sin of The Creepshow                                   
                Sarah Sin of The Creepshow, Live at Studio 7 in Seattle 10/27/09. Photo by Ally Kat. 



Episode Fifty Six Music:

This episode, we come out swingin' with "Get What's Comin'", straight off The Creepshow's 2010 release
They All Fall Down. We follow up with "Someday", "Last Chance", "Sleep Tight", "Keep Dreaming", "Going
Down", and "Road to Nowhere", leading up to our first featured cut, They All Fall Down", all from the same
release. We then revisit "Take My Hand",  from
2009's Run For Your Life, before returning the new one for
second featured cut "Dusk Till Dawn". Next we mix in "Run For Your Life" and "Dearly Departed" from Run,
enjoy a second run through They All Fall Down, and savor a few more favorites in
"Buried Alive" and "Rock
N Roll Sweetheart" in the approach to 3rd feature "Hellbound". Finally, we close up shop with
Run For Your
Life
's
"Rue Morgue Radio", "Demon Lover", "Buried Alive" and "Rock N Roll Sweetheart", before climbing
back in the ring foranother shot at "Get What's Comin'". 


The Creepshow

All music in Episode 56, excepting the music used during the Haunted Tour and interview segments, was
written and performed by The Creepshow, used courtesy of Hellcat Records, Stomp Records, and their own
bad selves. Check 'em out on their Myspace page HERE or at their offical site at www.thecreepshow.org,
or snag their cd's right HERE at Interpunk.com, or by clicking the cover below. 
Be like Steve and Gord, and
SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!


            Nox Arcana

The music of Nox Arcana can be heard accompanying our haunt and interview segments, including the cuts
"Nostalgia", "Forgotten Dreams", Edge of Darkness", "Phantom Theater", "Hypnos", "The Crimson Hourglass",
"The Sinister Cabaret", "Necromancer", "The Mask of Arcana", "Shadow Play", "Vooodoo" and "Mysterium".
All are taken from the 2010 release Theater of Illusion,
composed and performed by Joseph Vargo and William
Piotrowski, and
used courtesy of Nox Arcana, Monolith Productions, and THIER bad selves. Click the banner
above to buy
a copy and learn more about this amazing group.

           
Monster Mashups!
The tune "Bath Tub" by Frunt Room, heard during the interview with DJ Cheekyboy, was taken from the
2010 Monster Mash-up CD Pumpkin on your Stereo, and can be downloaded gratis through the banner
above.


   
          Also check out our interviewees!

                Toxic Toons

                                    Betrayal At the House on the Hill                  
               
And be sure to visit the Haunts from this year's audio tours! Time is running out!
               
                Field of Screams
               
                Haunted Nightmare

                Dark Hollow banner

               Nightmare at Beaver Lake

                Seattle House of Horrors       

Watch this space for Andy's Photo Gallery of Terror, Coming Soon!


Finally, please give a listen to the always thought provoking Common Sense, and the always terrifying
Rotting Flesh Radio. Thanks again to Dan Carlin for the Ads, and Jonathan J. for the promo.


                                          Common Sense 

                Rotting Flesh Radio
         
 
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"Samus It Ever Was
" 10/03/10

Metroid Metal live at PAX 2010

This Episode: Steve and Gord throw down for the third straight week as they present
play by play from the MIFFF and Revenant
Film Festivals, coverage of the former
highlighted by a visit with The Presence director Tom Provost, and revisit the mighty
Metroid Metal
on the release of the Expansion Pack EP, complete with PAX Prime
band interview!
All this plus What Pisses Us Off, Filthy Jokes, and reviews of
Alawar Games' Twisted Lands: Shadow Town, Hegemony from Longbow Games,
the novel Fool by Christopher Moore, the XBL version of Popcap's Plants vs.
Zombies
, and NFL Fanvision in Multimedia Triage round out this most engaging
episode 55 of The BoneBat Show!

Expansion Pack   Varia Suite             
                                  
                                     
Episode Fifty-Five:

This week, we kick things off with "Prime Theme" from Metroid Metal's newly launched Expansion Pack EP,
followed by "Norfair", online single "Sector 1", and first featured cut, "Brinstar". Expansion Pack's "Crateria" serves
as our second featured track following
the band interview, along with "Tourian Mother Brain" and "Prime Theme 3:
Bryyo" from the same release. We then revisit 2009's Varia Suite for "Prelude", "Kraid" and "Phendrana Drifts" before
returning to base and Expansion Pack with "Prime Theme".


All music in Episode 55 was written and performed by Metroid Metal, used courtesy of their own bad selves. Check
'em out at their homepage
HERE
, their offical MySpace THERE, or snag a copy right HERE  via Silent Uproar
Records
, or by clicking the images above. Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

MIFFF   The Presence   Revenant Film Fest 2010
 
Click the posters above to be linked to the Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival,
The Presence on Facebook, and the Revenant Film Festival. 

The official website for Tom Provost's The Presence can be found at www.thepresencemovie.com

The musical accompaniment to The Presence interview is from the original score by Conrad Pope.

Hegemony: Philip of Macedon from Longbow Games can be purchased HERE.

Check out Alawar Games Twisted Lands: Shadow Town by clicking HERE or the screenshot
below.


Twisted Lands: Shadow Town Screen Shot

Gord's webtoons, blather and more can be found 24/7 at WWW.MIGHTYWOMBAT.COM

Metroid Metal live at PAX 2010

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 BoneBat Anejo                       

"Tres Años
" 09/26/10

This Episode: Gord and Steve celebrate three years of BoneBat with a throwback
show, hearkening back to the simpler times of two guys, two beers, and What Pisses
Us Off, all backed by amazing new music from the remarkably rocking (and newly
independent) Weezer! 
All this plus discussions of food, books and video games,
limericks, post-PAX feedback and a review of the novel Handling the Undead by
Let The Right One In author John Ajvide Lindqvist await in this landmark
episode
54 of The BoneBat Show!
              
                                  
                                     
Episode Fifty-Four:

This week, we kick things off with "Memories", the lead track from Weezer's 2010 release Hurley. That tune is
followed by "Trainwrecks", "Unspoken", "Where's My Sex", "Run Away", "Brave New World", and "Time Flies".
Then we check out Deluxe Edition bonus cuts "All My Friends are Insects" and "I Want to be Something", leading
up to our first featured cut "Ruling Me".  Bonus track "Represent" backs up our discussion of the band, just before
we enjoy second featured tune " Smart Girls". We reprise the aforementioned cuts once more during the second half
of the show, before closing on a high note with "Hang On".


All music in Episode 54 was written and performed by Weezer
, used courtesy of Epitaph Records. Check 'em out at
their homepage
HERE
, preview Hurley at their offical MySpace THERE, or pick up a copy by clicking the postcard
below. Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!


Hurley     

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                                 Posta!

"This is my PAX Face!
" 09/19/10

This Episode: Steve and Gord recount what they did on their summer vacation, with 
glorious highlights from the first ever BoneBat "Comedy of Horrors" Film Fest, before
they hit the 2010 Penny Arcade Expo in full force, bringing back interviews and game
demos with Tron: Evolution producer Keith Michaelis, Erik Wolpaw and Chet Faliszek
of Valve on Portal 2 and the forthcoming DLC for Left 4 Dead 1 and 2,
lead writer
David Gaider of
Dragon Age 2,
Red 5's Scott Youngblood on Firefall, Kedhrin Gonzalez
on Illfonic's Nexuiz, and Pete Berkman of the extraordinary chiptune combo
Anamanaguchi, whose amazing music resounds throughout the show. Plus we've got
first hand impressions of a ton of other new games, a special PAX-centric round of "What
Pisses Us Off", and a painful pair of Filthy Jokes in this digitally manipulated
episode 53
of The BoneBat Show!

                PAX!
                                     
                                     
Episode Fifty-Three:

This episode, we power up with "Blackout City" off Anamanaguchi's 2009 release Dawn Metropolis, followed by
"Jetpack Blues, Sunset Hues", "Dawn Metropolis", "Danger Mountain", "Overarrow", "Tempest, Teamwork,
Triumph at Sea" and "Mermaid" from the same release. Then we check out the band's version of Weezer's "Holiday",
and the RAC remix of summer single "Airbrushed", more summer singles in "My Skateboard will Go On" and "Penpal",
which lead up to our first featured cut "Helix Nebula" from 2006's Power Supply. Then we wrap up the summer singles
with "Densmore", before digging into Power Supply in earnest with "Sting Operation", "Airbase", "Video Challenge",
"Fast Turtle", Flora Fauna" and the title track. Then we close on a high note with summer single "Airbrushed". 


Anamanaguchi LIVE at PAX 2010

                     
All music in Episode 53 was written and performed by Anamanaguchi, (with the exception of Holiday by Weezer),
and used courtesy of 
their own bad selves. Download ALL their summer singles for absolutely FREE at their homepage
HERE
, check out their offical MySpace THERE, or set yourself up with some great tunes by clicking the images below.
Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!


Dawn Metropolis   Power Supply   Scott Pilgrim the Game!

CHOICE GAME LINKS FROM PAX 2010!

Tron: Evolution                Duke Nukem Forever                  Dead Space 2

Battle Block Theater             Torchlight 2                                   Hoard         

Portal 2                     Power Gig: Rise of the Six String         Instant Jam                     

Dragon Age 2                    And Yet It Moves                           Raskulls                        

Dead Rising 2           Hegemony: Philip of Macedon            Fowl Space

Super Hero Squad Online         Firefall                                      Nexuiz

Trontroller

Gord's webtoons, blather and more can be found 24/7 at WWW.MIGHTYWOMBAT.COM

Duke Nukem with Steve and Gord 

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Last Lovecraft Doghouse

"Enormous Festicles!
" 08/22/10

This Episode: Steve and Gord enthusiastically present what YOU can expect at the first ever
BoneBat "Comedy of Horrors" Film Fest, including a complete look at the evening's
festivities, interviews with director Henry Saine and writer/actor Devin McGinn from The
Last LoveCraft: Relic of Cthulhu
,
and director Jake West of Doghouse, and an in-studio visit
with fest musical guests Barefoot Barnacle as they exclusively preview their debut CD!
Plus, w
e've got a mupple of muppets in listener feedback, more What Pisses Us Off,  more
Filthy Jokes, and even more political rants; and reviews of the films Dinner For Schmucks
and Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, the Xbox Game Alan Wake, the books Ex Machina 1-3
by Brian K. Vaughn and James Swallow's Horus Heresy: Nemesis, and Iron Maiden's
Final Frontier
to round out MultiMedia Triage in this enormous episode 52 of The
BoneBat Show
!


      Barefoot Barnacle
Alex, Doug, Jorge and Jon of Barefoot Barnacle.
                                     
                                     
Episode Fifty-Two:

This episode, we burst from the crypt to the strains of "Comments From The Peanut Gallery" off Barefoot Barnacle's 2010
self-titled debut, followed by "Swamp Ass", "Urine Feces",  "Sea Enemy", "Isopod Seduction", "Beer and Lotion" and our
first featured cut , "Sea Enemy" to get you in the proper Lovecraftian mood . This is followed by more "Beer and Lotion",
"Severe Anal Regurgitaion",
"Kattywhompus",  and "Against a Crooked Sky", leading in to our second featured tune,
"Severe Anal Regurgitation". We then revisit "Comments" and hit non-album track "
The Beauty of Bestiality" prior to
our third feature
"Beer and Lotion", before checking out a few more rare cuts in "Pubic Pig Tales" and "Mike The
Headless Chicken". We reprise "Swampass" and "Urine" before a brief taste of fourth feature
"Against a Crooked Sky",
the run through things one last time before landing on "Kattywhompus"'. 


                        Barefoot Banner
      
All music in Episode 52 was written and performed by Barefoot Barnacle, used courtesy of their own bad selves.
Check them out online via their MySpace HERE, or buy their CDs by clicking the images above, or by
visiting an independent music store near you.
Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

CLICK THE BANNER BELOW FOR INFO ON THE BONEBAT FILM FEST!
  
BBFF

Gord's webtoons, blather and more can be found 24/7 at WWW.MIGHTYWOMBAT.COM  


The amazing art of Dusty Peterson can be found HERE.

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      Big Cock

"200 Miles of Bad Audio
" 08/08/10

This Episode: Steve and Gord ramp things up, as they roll out killer interviews with director
Stuart Gordon
of Re-Animator/From Beyond/Stuck fame, and guitarist Patrik Jensen of
death metal kings Witchery,
along with a cold slab of crushing Swedish SkeleMetal! Plus,
we've got the Official Selections of the BoneBat "Comedy of Horrors" Film Fest to announce;
road reports from Steve and Andy C. as they take on the 2010 Seattle to Portland Bicycle
Classic
;
brand new Filthy Jokes, political rants and What Pisses Us Off galore; and
MultiMedia Triage reviews of the graphic novels BB Wolf and the 3 LP's by JD Arnold
and Rich Koslowski and Doug TenNapel's Ghostopolis, the film Dispicible Me, the video
games Space InvadeR and DeathSpank, and the novel
The Rookie by Scott Sigler in this
exhaustive
episode 51 of The BoneBat Show!

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Episode Fifty-One:

This episode, we kick things off with the title cut from the 2010 Century Media release
Witchkrieg!, before we hearken back to
Witchery
's 1998 Necropolis debut Restless and Dead for "Witchery
", "Midnight At The Graveyard", "The Hangman",
"Awaiting the Exorcist", "All Evil", "The House of Raining Blood", "Restless and Dead", and our first featured cut "The
Reaper". Then it's on to the 1999 platter Dead, Hot and Ready (also on Necropolis), where we exhume "Demonication", "Full
Moon", "The Devil and the Damage Done" and the title track, before returning to the present for "From Dead to Worse", also
from Witchkrieg
2001's Necropolis effort Symphony for the Devil coughs up "The Storm", "Omens", "Bone Mill", "None
Buried Deeper", and "Hearse of the Pharoahs", then we hit Witchkrieg once again for "One Foot In The Grave". Finally
, we
unleash "Plague Rider", "Wait of the Pyramids", "War Piece" and "Cannon Fodder" from the band's Century Media debut
Don't Fear The Reaper,
followed by a final round from Witchkrieg with "Wearer of Wolf's Skin", "The God Who Fell From
Earth
", and "The Reaver", and our closer, "Born in the Night" from Restless and Dead'.

Witchkreig   Dont Fear The Reaper  
Symphony for the Devil
 
 Dead Hot and Ready   Witchburner   Restless
   
All music in Episode 51 was written and performed by Witchery, used courtesy of  Century Media Records, Necropolis Records,
and their own bad selves. Check them out online via their MySpace HERE, or buy their CDs by clicking the images above, or by
visiting an independent music store near you.
Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

Stuart Gordon's fantastic filmography can be found HERE. His films on DVD can be purchased almost anywhere. 

Gord's webtoons, blather and more can be found 24/7 at WWW.MIGHTYWOMBAT.COM  

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