Published on Mar 23, 2012
This is Episode 23 of That Drummer Guy's Rock Block on W3rd Radio.
This is the Playlist in order of Band, Song, Album, Label
Monster Magnet- Space Lord- Powertrip- A&M Records/UMG
Eluveitie-A Rose For Epona- The Orchard Music
Sólstafir- Love Is the Devil (and I Am in Love)- Köld- Spikefarm Records
Raunchy- Phantoms- Death Pop Romance- Lifeforce Records
Mutiny Within- Undone- Mutiny Within- Roadrunner Records
From A Second Story Window- Self Admitted- Conversations- Black Market Activities
Sikth- Part of the Friction- Death Of A Dead Day- Bieler Bros. Records
Indian- No Grace- Guiltless- Relapse Records
Amesoeurs- Heurt- Amesoeurs- Northern Silence Productions
Converge- Jane Doe- Jane Doe- Equal Vision Records
Anathema- Untouchable Pt.1/Untouchable Pt. 2- Weather Systems- The End Records
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