Jul 12, 2016
Greetings everyone, and thanks for daring to subject yourself to the awful sounds and (in the future, once podcast technology has caught up with Luke's ass) smells of BindTortureKast. For our 140th episode, we are getting all BindTorture(and)Kast-y with "Little Deaths", an anthology that released from our UK friends a few years back. Its one we've always had a lot of love for individually, so we figured we would give it a review on BTK and see if its held up over the last few years. It seems to get a lot of mixed reactions, and some outright hatred, so we should be able to have our say and maybe tell y'all why we think this thing is the knees of a bee. Or something. And as a bonus, if you're still around after all the fun, there may or may not be another treat for everyone. Lurking. Waiting. Thanks for checking out our shit, everyone! It may be stinky, but we are happy to offer it up in steaming chunks, for to mash into your delicate ears.
Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);
“A Million Deaths”-Fleshgod Apocalypse
“Til Death Do Us Part”-Akira Yamaoka
**This episode is called "29 New/Old Ways To Die", of course, in reference to the two movies worth of short films we talked about on this episode. Problem is, we actually didn't talk about one of them. It's called "Marriage", it's directed by Todd E. Freeman, and it's great. There. Back up to 29.**