PubPack #2: Brad Sucks v Tryad v Entrancemperium

Solving the World’s Problems, One Beer at a Time

Sometimes life intervenes and PubCasts just cannot happen. Luckily, there’s always a SixPack PubPack waiting to be had. So, in lieu of a regular PubCast, we present PubPack #2

SixPack PubPack #2 (yes, we changed the name)

WARNING – Some of the lyrics in this episode may be NSFW

The music played in this episode:

Out of It by Brad Sucks
You’re Not Going Anywhere by Brad Sucks
The Final Rewind by Tryad
I See by Tryad
Perdition by Entrancemperium
Waves of Thunder by Empyreus

…but wait, there’s more!

The Dr.’s Wife by Clockwork Quartet

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2 comments

  • Interesting music, Kyle; I enjoyed most of it but I have to say in all honesty speed metal sound nothing more than cr@p in my opinion. I understand its an off-shoot of classic punk. But I just don’t see the message the music is trying to say. This may be nothing more than my age showing. But I like to think I have eclectic music taste; this just leaves me cold. I would say it annoys me but that would imply that it actually has a message. I equate this with the whining of a 6 year old. Just the sound of it alone makes me want to turn it off.

    I did enjoy the final song that was interesting.

    Cool pubpack… yes I approve of the name change! 😉

  • Thanks, C!
    Speed metal (or Black Metal as Empyreus calls it) is not too everyone’s tastes. That much is true. But then, I expect, old country, new country, rap, hip-hop, folk, traditional Celtic, dirty ditties, sea-shanties — I could go on — would probably have their detractors, too. One of the things I want most to do with the PubPack is to provide artists – whatever their musical genre – an outlet. Give them a place to be played and to be heard.
    So, thank you very much for the kind words.

    I think PubPack is a better name, too. That’s all on PGTerrill.

    Cheers,
    PGKyle