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posted Feb 18, 2014, 4:57 PM by Mike Korn   [ updated Feb 18, 2014, 4:58 PM ]


You read that right, sports fans...this week Wormwood Chronicles features an interview with one of the greatest living rock guitarists, MICHAEL SCHENKER! After a period of rest and reflection, Herr Schenker has come roaring back to action with a group he called "Temple of Rock", featuring stellar names like ex-SCORPIONS HERMAN RAREBELL and FRANCIS BUCHHOLZ and former RAINBOW/YNGWIE MALMSTEEN vocalist DOOGIE WHITE. Their new effort is called "Bridge The Gap" and in the interview, you can read exactly what Michael means by that title. Mr. Schenker crams a lot of fascinating insight into the interview, including the story of how he became a teenage guitar whiz who played for THE SCORPIONS before he could drive. I'm really proud of this interview and hope you get some insight into the mind of the "Mad Axeman" by diving right into it!

In other Worm-news, you can add British sludge-lords CONAN to our list of upcoming interviews! Also hoping to grab a chat with the demented MIKE ABOMINATOR of death metal degenerates GRAVEHILL! Even more oddities are in the planning stage...

Extra large dosage of The Torture Chamber this week and it features some of the oddest releases in a long time!

GRAND MAGUS                                                  "Triumph and Power"

PRO-PAIN                                                          "The Final Revolution"

ELECTRIC SOUL                                                 "Second Paradise"

CANNABIS CORPSE/GHOUL                                 "Splatterhash" 12"

EXHUMED/IRON REAGAN                                    "Split"

GRAVEHILL                                                        "Death Curse"

COKEGOAT                                                        "Vessel"

OCCULTIST                                                        "Death Sigil"

WE ALL DIE (LAUGHING)                                    "Thoughtscanning"

ENBILULUGUGAL                                                "Noizemongers For Goatserpent"