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posted Jul 3, 2021, 9:09 AM by Mike Korn   [ updated Jul 3, 2021, 9:09 AM ]


A horde of nuclear behemoths is on the way! They're coming to crush, stomp and annihilate what's left of the human race. Only the massive metal might of OXYGEN DESTROYER can stop the onslaught. But is the cure worse than the disease?!

OXYGEN DESTROYER is a kaiju-worshipping death metal band coming out of Seattle, Washington. As you will discover, they are EXCLUSIVELY motivated by giant monster movies of all kinds. I ask you, what band fits the Wormwood profile better than these guys? They've just unleashed their latest album, the ponderously titled "Sinister Monstrosities Spawned by the Unfathomable Ignorance of Humankind", which should help leave a Godzilla-sized footprint on the underground. In an underground bunker, I hooked up with band mainman LORD KAIJU to discuss both monsters and metal in freewheeling fashion. Get the lowdown HERE but make sure you evacuate your home in a timely fashion...

I also wanted to let you know I'm going to take an in-depth look at the one of a kind 60's sci-fi tale "CREATION OF THE HUMANOIDS". Long known as Andy Warhol's favorite movie, this low budget but intellectually fascinating film deals very intensely with the conflict between man and machine and primal questions of what it means to be a human being. Coming soon!

And now for your weekly dive into the depths of the Torture Chamber...

AGENT STEEL                                                              "No Other Godz Before Me"

STENCH COLLECTOR                                                    "Effluvitorium Du Jour"

MEPHITIC GRAVE                                                         "Into the Atrium of Inhuman Morbidity"

THE VINTAGE CARAVAN                                                "Monuments"

LYCANTHRO                                                                 "Mark of the Wolf"

HERMAN FRANK                                                           "Two For A Lie"

DRAWN AND QUARTERED                                             "Congregation Pestilence"