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posted Jan 20, 2015, 8:03 PM by Mike Korn   [ updated Jan 20, 2015, 8:04 PM ]


Time for Wormwood's resident prog master DARK STARR to step forth once more. This time he's found a very intriguing California band called MOETAR to dissect and explore. He manages to grab an interview with every member of the band, including their silver-voiced frontwoman MOOREA DICKASON. This is a pretty lively discussion that touches on the nature of musical creativity itself as well as the subject of "guilty pleasures" and downloading. Come along for the ride and check it out HERE!

A while back, you may have noticed that I printed a "tribute" post to Ed "Earthdog" Bernard, our friend and former writer here. Well, I have found out that reports of Ed's death are premature, although he is still in very bad shape. This is a real embarassment for Wormwood. The information was spread through the net and reached usually reliable webzines like The Obelisk. At that point, I went with what I had. Turns out now that this "report" can be traced back to a source of dubious reliability. I sincerely apologize for this dumb mistake not only to you readers, but to Earthdog himself. The offending post itself has been removed.

On a happier note, I now move to this week's Torture Chamber, which includes a very in-depth look at the new PINK FLOYD from Dark Starr...

ALPHA TIGER                                                                  "iDentity"

THE SKULL                                                                     "For Those Which Are Asleep"

THE GERMAN PANZER                                                     "Send Them All To Hell"

PINK FLOYD                                                                   "The Endless River"

MORBOSIDAD                                                                "Tortura" EP

SKELETHAL                                                                    "Interstellar Knowledge of the Purple Entity"

MY BROTHER THE WIND                                                 "Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One"