Global Garage #87: All Metal (ft. an Interview with Abacus) – 11/18/2018

In which the gang plays an all-heavy-music show and talks with Columbia, South Carolina band Abacus about BBQ sauce and ghosts.

The entire show is streaming below, but if you just want to listen to our interview with Abacus, just scroll down a bit. If you want to try the best damn BBQ sauce, check out Abacus’s Gold Standards BBQ Sauce.

Listen to the Show


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Interview with Abacus

Global Garage Show Playlist: 11/18/2018

Track
Band – Album (Label) – Location – Year
1 De Novembro
Moonspell – 1755 (Napalm Records) – Portugal – 2017
Algema (feat. Valéria Carvalho & João Luzio)
Allamedah – Algema – Portugal – 2018
Love Thy Neighbour
Dumbsaint – Panorama, in ten pieces (Bird’s Robe Records / Art as Catharsis Records) – Australia – 2015
My Journey to Your Space
Violet Cold – Anomie – Azerbaijan – 2017
Astral
Entropia – Vacuum (Unquiet Records / Arachnophobia Records) – Poland – 2018
I, Devourer
Smouldering In Forgotten – I, Devouerer – Bahrain – 2010
Black Spark
UR – Black Vortex (Arachnophobia Records) – Poland – 2017
Dread of the End
Genogeist – 5 Track Demo – United States [Oregon] – 2018
Oblivious Mess
Wormrot – Voices (Earache Records) – Singapore – 2016
The Killing of America
Uniform – Wake in Fright (Sacred Bones) – United States [New York] – 2017
Tightrope
Hibria – S/T – Brazil – 2015
To Hell or the Hangman
Primordial – Exile Amongst The Ruins (Metal Blade Records) – Ireland – 2018
Lone Rider
Dragonrider – Lone Rider – Jordan – 2018
Believer
Myrath – Legacy (Nightmare Records) – Tunisia – 2015
Ala Remshe
Khalas – Arabic Rock Orchestra – Palestine, State Of – 2018
Corpse Magician
Slasher Dave – Frights (20 Buck Spin) – United States [Michigan] – 2018
Gu
Necro Deathmort – Overland (Profound Love) – United Kingdom – 2017
1 De Novembro – Ao Vivo
Mao Morta – Ao Vivo no Teatro Circo (Theatro Circo / Cobra Discos) – Portugal – 2017

Rock Metal from Around The World

Ryan

Ryan first discovered his love of radio at WSOE FM, where he spent all 4 years of college as a DJ, 2 as program director, and 1 as general manager. While his musical tastes are fairly broad, he has a big nerdy spot in his heart for prog rock.