THE HAMMER OF RETRIBUTION OGG-CAST
...is the greatest metal podcast ever to emerge from the darkest depths of Nottingham.
On the 15th day of every month, this show beings you at least two hours of the finest metal around the planet - signed or unsigned, globally renowned or completely obscure - interspersed with some bitesize nibbles of information as to what you're actually listening to.
Originally on an unbroken monthly run from January 2011 to August 2013, the show took a four-month break, but is back from January to March 2014. The response to these three shows will detemine whether or not the return is made permanent. The future of the Hammer is in your hands!
And don't forget, all the shows produced so far, right back to the very beginning, can be found at the Archive page.
HAMMER OF RETRIBUTION PRODUCTIONS
...was started in October 2013, at the end of the first series of the Ogg-Cast, as a banner under which all my video productions that I choose to make public will be released.
The first of these "travels with my camera", released on 24th October 2013, involves a trip to the Lake District to investigate three of the myths and legends (and even some actual history) that Old Corpse Road have written their lyrics about. This has expanded into a five-part series; meanwhile, a two-part chronicle of a rainy jaunt to Scotland for Up Helly Aa in Lerwick in January 2013 has been thrown into the mix as well, as has the Director's Cut of Northern Oak's Kickstarter campaign video.
Find all these videos at the Hammer Of Retribution Productions page.
LISTEN TO THE LATEST OGG-CAST RIGHT HERE!
Current show - LII: GIVE ME FIFTEEN (released 15th January 2015)
Previous show - LI: SONGS OF STARFIRE & ICE-VEILED THRONES (released 15th December 2014)
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Legion Of The Damned
Le Grand Guignol
My Dying Bride
Old Corpse Road
Swallow The Sun
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