THE OBELISK Puts Together A Podcast Of The Best Songs Of 2009

Posted by Captain Beyond Zen on Tuesday, December 22, 2009

The Obelisk uploaded a podcast of his favorite songs of 2009.

Track listing:

Clutch, “Let a Poor Man Be” from Strange Cousins from the West (Weathermaker)
Firebird, “Gold Label” from Grand Union (Rise Above)
YOB, “Burning the Altar” from The Great Cessation (Profound Lore)
Shrinebuilder, “Pyramid of the Moon” from Shrinebuilder (Neurot)
Lo Pan, “Kurtz” from Sasquanaut (Nice Life)
Ol’ Scratch, “Infernal Judgement” from The Sunless Citadel (Self-Released)
Black Sabbath, “Lord of this World” outtake with slide guitar and piano from Master of Reality Deluxe Edition (Sanctuary)
Om, “Meditation is the Practice of Death” from God is Good (Drag City)
Iron Man, “Curse the Ages (Curse Me) from I Have Returned (Shadow Kingdom)
Church of Misery, “Born to Raise Hell (Richard Speck)” from Houses of the Unholy (Rise Above)
Yawning Sons, “Garden Sessions, Pt. 3” from Ceremony to the Sunset (Lexicon Devil)
Siena Root, “Over the Mountains” from Different Realities (Transubstans)
Los Natas, “Resistiendo Dolor” from Nuevo Orden de la Libertad (Small Stone)
Wino, “Release Me” from Punctuated Equilibrium (Southern Lord)
Dali’s Llama, “Theocracy” from Raw is Real (Dali’s Llama)
Black Pyramid, “Mirror Messiah” from Black Pyramid (MeteorCity)
Truckfighters, “The New High” from Mania (Fuzzorama)
Them Crooked Vultures, “No One Loves Me and Neither Do I” from Them Crooked Vultures (Interscope)
Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, “I Am” from Demo 2009 (Self-Released)
Crippled Black Phoenix, “444” from 200 Tons of Bad Luck (Invada)
Fu Manchu, “Against the Ground,” from Signs of Infinite Power (Century Media)
Masters of Reality, “Testify to Love,” from Pine/Cross Dover (Brownhouse)
Throttlerod, “Hum” from Pig Charmer (Small Stone)
Naam, “Skyling Slip” from Naam (Tee Pee)
Pelican, “Ephemeral” from What We all Come to Need (Southern Lord)
Swallow the Sun, “…And Heavens Cried Blood” from New Moon (Spinefarm)

You can download the podcast here.


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