Thursday, December 27, 2007


A band from Hungary, that sounds like Pantera at their best with a kind of stoner groovy felling
a major discovery from the gypsie land, yeah, in case you didn't know, gypsies comes from Hungary... see? we not only provide you good music, but we educate you as well.

1.Bleed As I Bleed
2.Summon Some Power
4.Like Fire Into The Sea
5.2faced Guy
6.A Real Man
8.Wretched Me
9.Washed Away
10.Something's Dying In Me



From the cover you may realize what is this all about, cars, women a boobs (thought there is no boobs on the cover, just me figuring it out, ha!) but a great record to listen while doing something else..
If you are hitting the road this hollidays, you must have this on your car..
01 - Taming The ram
02 - Fastback
03 - My Curse
04 - Lot Lizard
05 - Ice Cream, But No Reply
06 - Fire In The Trailer Park
07 - Super Sport
08 - Play It Loud (With The Rock N Roll Outlaw)
09 - Lizard Reprise
10 - Louisiana Strawberry
11 - Farewell Little Girl
12 - Untitled
13 - Mrs Satan (Acoustic)
14 - Shitheel (Acoustic)

Wednesday, December 26, 2007


yeah baby!! guess who's back... well, it was quite some time since my last here is my redemption.. this is another German band, and for their name you may say, "oh boy, another Kyuss wannabes", but nothing more far from this, this real deal when it comes to psychodelyc desert fuzz (as they want to call themselves)..from the opening track they offer great and power riffs, and good singing melodies aswell..get it man, get it now...

  1. Rock and roll Gypsie
  2. Motion
  3. Sonic Ride
  4. X-tra Ice
  5. Roll Over Head
  6. Ajib Aba
  7. Yeah !

Sunday, December 23, 2007


What the hell? Too mainstream for G.O.M.E.? Fuck you, pal! This is, afterall, my blog, and I happen to love ALICE IN CHAINS. This is one of the better soundboards circulating. In fact, my sole criticism is in regards to the setlist: Where's my favorite AIC song, "Rain When I Die"? A great rendition of "Bleed the Freak" almost covers for the slight, though, and this is a thoroughly kickass set from a fantastic band at their peak. This was recorded live in Glasgow, March 2, 1993.

1. Dam That River
2. We Die Young
3. Them Bones
4. Would?
5. Rooster
6. Junkhead
7. Bleed the Freak
8. Godsmack
9. Sickman
10. It Ain't Like That
11. Hate to Feel


Friday, December 21, 2007


In case you haven't noticed by now, we here at G.O.M.E. tend to worship at the altar of Chris Goss. I track down every record he's affiliated with, from the MASTERS OF REALITY stuff to the more electro UNKLE. GOON MOON is the bizarre soundclash between Goss and Jeordie White (aka Twiggy Ramirez), and Licker's Last Leg is their second album. It's also a front-runner for G.O.M.E. Album of the Year accolades. Is it desert rock? Well, in a sense, yes. Without Chris Goss, there would be no "desert rock" to speak of. However, the experimentation, keyboard orchestration, and use of effects makes this GOON MOON offering a bit more EARTHLINGS? than MASTERS OF REALITY. Rest assured, though, Gomies. There's a lot more to this record than simple blips and bleeps. "An Autumn That Came Too Soon", despite the electronics, is a page directly torn from the Goss/Homme handbook, and if "Pin Eyed Boy" doesn't remind you why you love MASTERS OF REALITY so much, then you clearly have some homework to do. My personal favorite? Ironically it's an earnest cover of the BEE GEES' "Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You".

1. Apple Pie
2. My Machine
3. An Autumn That Came Too Soon
4. Feel Like This
5. Pin Eyed Boy
6. Hardcore Q3
7. Tip Toe
8. Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You
9. Lay Down
10. Balloon
11. The Golden Ball
12. Built in a Bottle



Just spreading a little holiday warm & fuzzies G.O.M.E. style. This tape's for everyone, but I can see the guys over at The Sludge Swamp really digging it.


Thursday, December 20, 2007


If you dug the SNAKE NATION record, or you're just an old school CORROSION fan, here's a bit of a gem. This is also a good history lesson for younger fans of the Keenan-era C.O.C. I'll never quite understand the logic behind this release (despite living next to Pepper's former roommate for a year), but I'll tell you what I do know: Original hardcore/thrash/crossover/whatever-the-fuck growler Eric Eycke left the band after their debut, Eye for an Eye, so original members Mike Dean, Woody Weatherman and Reed Mullin re-recorded three songs off that record with Dean on vocals, added three more, and released it as this EP. I was but a wee lad when I discovered C.O.C., and needless to say there was no internet, and therefor no information at my disposal. I looked at the cover of this EP and assumed A) Mike Dean must've died, and B) This is a live EP released in tribute. I was obviously wrong on both counts. Still, it's worth a listen. If nothing else, it features the only good song about liking your rock & roll loud. [This EP was later appended to the re-release of Eye for an Eye. I have the originals. Do you? HAHA!]

1. Eye for an Eye
2. Center of the World
3. Citizen
4. Not for Me
5. What?!?
6. Negative Outlook



This is one our main man Rinjo was hunting for awhile back, and I was finally able to track down a decent copy. SNAKE NATION was the project of two original members of C.O.C., Mike Dean and Woody Weatherman, along with Brian Walsby. Because of this, it obviously has quite a bit in common with CORROSION's early-to-mid-'80s output. Let it be said that even in C.O.C.'s hardcore days, they stood out from the pack because of a distinct SABBATH influence, and SNAKE NATION is certainly not immune to those tendencies. In fact, the majority of the songwriting here is far more daring than the early C.O.C. records, resulting in longer songs and more tempo changes. "I'll Never Shake You" is a good example of this, while "Babylon" sounds like...well...a punk band that digs SABBATH. The ultimate lowlight, though, has to be Dean's rapping on "This Nation", which ruins an otherwise excellent heavy-but-funky riff & groove.

1. I'll Never Shake You
2. History
3. Green God
4. Babylon
5. Behind the Flag
6. Waltz of the Toad
7. Process of the Spiral
8. This Nation
9. I've Seen the Man
10. My Head Feels Like Several
11. Monstrosity



LID was the legendary Eric Wagner's first post-TROUBLE project, also featuring ANATHEMA guitarist Danny Cavanagh. Truth be told, I've often tried to appreciate this album, and it never stays in heavy rotation. There's definitely some great stuff here. My primary beef is that the record too often veers toward mainstream metal (which, come to think of it, is a complaint I've applied to TROUBLE more than a time or two). The fantastic production might actually hinder the quality of the record, in that it just screams "ARENA METAL" in all its shiny pristine brilliance. If you're too young to have thrown up in your mouth upon hearing TSOL's Strange Love for the first time, then simply rewind to 1997, and imagine what PEARL JAM fans were listening to when they really wanted to "kick some ass". Still, that's not to say there isn't a lot to like here. "Rx" is among Wagner's absolute finest work, and while I'll always be a little creeped-out by his obsession with THE MONKEES, Wagner's Bowie-esque take on "Randy Scouse Git" actually works. Of course, speaking of Wagner's obsessions, THE BEATLES must be mentioned. That influence is prevalent throughout the album (probably more so than on any TROUBLE album, thanks to Cavanagh), but culminates in a cover of "Don't Let Me Down".

1. Lid
2. Mary Agnes
3. The Dream Is Over
4. In the Mushroom
5. Window Pain
6. Rx
7. You Are Here
8. Randy Scouse Git
9. Alive
10. For All My Life
11. Don't Let Me Down


Monday, December 17, 2007


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Elevated Radio Cocaine Edition? I dunno,'s pretty high-energy. Check it out for a track from the brand new CLUTCH live release, as well as information about where to order your own copy. I did some digging, played some obscurities, talked too fuckin' much, insufflated my body weight, and drank a shitload of bourbon.

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

ELEVATED RADIO #007 [corrected]

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Better late than never, right? Gomies (© Mighty Matias), your humble host has found himself in ill health over the past couple weeks. I apologize not only for the tardiness of the show, but for the questionable quality of this one. For almost two weeks, I medicated my broken ribs with the finest greens and Knob Creek (100 proof) bourbon. I avoided painkillers to the absolute best of my ability. Ultimately, I had to throw some Vicodin in the mix in order to mend my tattered bones. Of course, I also kept the greens at hand and upgraded my bourbon to Booker's (124 proof). Consider ER#007 a PSA telling you why you should never do that.

Expect some more records this week. Matias and I have both been slacking lately.

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