last.fm - what I've been listening to, and where there may lurk the occasional clue as to what is coming up on the next show...
The Saga Of Iceland: The Complete Collectors' Edition - my review of a two-week trip to Iceland that I can only describe as "phenomenal", and which inspired Hammer Of Retribution episode V. Achtung: this is the uncensored, full fat, high caffeine version of events!
The Ultimate Spinal Tap discography - hosted by Steve Worek in a seemingly hidden part of his site; contains all the backstory behind every album, single, compilation and bootleg allegedly released by Spinal Tap from 1967 to the present. Allegedly. Referenced in the reissue of Ogg-Cast 43, Up To Eleven.
Kris Verwimp - probably the finest cover artist in the whole of metal, as credited on Ogg-Cast 54, But Is It Art?.
MORBID VISIONS - video sites
My YouTube channel - mostly contains gig footage that I've filmed myself (most likely presented in HD). Comments and ratings are strictly disallowed.
Battle Merchant - suppliers of swords, shields, chain mail and other re-enactment gear, as well as large quantities of mead - actually based in Wacken!
The Pirates of St. Piran - an 18th Century pirate re-enactment group from St Austell in Cornwall, who made an appearance on Ogg-Cast 15 in July 2011!
Up Helly Aa - the annual fire festival held in Lerwick, the inspiration behind Ogg-Cast 34.
Minecraft - the cheapest and safest alternative to crack cocaine available anywhere in the world this century...
The Hammer Of Retribution Minecraft Festival World - a downloadable version of the world used to build the promo picture for Ogg-Cast 35, Minecraft Madness!. Unzip path.zip into your Minecraft saves folder and explore. Made in version 1.4, so likely to need some updating.
The Hammer Of Retribution Minecraft Resource Pack - "An epic heathen metal soundtrack" as you'd expect from this show, to replace the drifty-floaty music discs in the game - plus some other tweaks and twiddles. Updated with every new Minecraft version... usually.
ZX Spectrum tape image for Ogg-Cast 44, Spectribution - a perfect tape image of the loading sounds at the beginning of the episode, which will run on any ZX Spectrum emulator made in the 21st Century, and can even be converted into a real tape to run on a real Spectrum! Note, it needs to be a 128K model (128K, +2, +2A/B, +3) or only half the content will work.