Creation is Crucifixion - The Iconography of John Henry a.k.a. Eliza Was A Porgram
At The Gates - Suicide Nation
Acme - Blind
Cave In - Crossbearer
Catharsis - Every man For Himself (And God Against Him All)
Death - Spirit Crusher
Zao - Ravage Ritual
Barrit - Crossgates to Disenchantment
Cradle of Filth - Beneath The Howling Stars
Alien Crucifixion - Mankind Enslaved by Reptoids
Dimmu Borgir - Blessings Upon the Throne of Tyrany
Cradle of Filth - Funeral in Carpathia
Wolves in the Throne Room - Crystal Ammunition
Our second guest to deliver a heavy mix is Patrick Rood aka. The Capitain 666 who we know for a while... he is part of the "Trouble and Bass" crew from N.YC. (one of the coolest record labels in da globe!!!) and his mix is just fuckin brutal!!!
Something like a norwegian breeze to keep us cool during this mad summer.
enjoy u bastards!
Iggor and Laima
"After I saw Michael's Definition of Hard Mix, I of course wanted to do one as well. Producing a mix of some of my favorite hardcore/metal/black metal songs has been something I've wanted to do for a long time, so I was really happy to get a chance to do it for the Mixhell blog! This mix is comprised of an array of tunes that, (with the exception of Wolves in the Throne Room) were a big influence on me growing up in Western Massachusetts, and are still some of my favorite albums."
The Capitain 666
Patrick Rood a.k.a. The Captain, Vice President and co owner of Trouble & Bass Recordings, is a man of many talents that has been pushing and molding the Trouble & Bass artist roster and brand since his induction to the T&B Crew in 2007. When he's not globe trotting around as The Captain, he's at the T&B klubhaus juggling a thousand duties, from curating T&B Radio on Scion Radio 17, directing & producing music videos, art directing the next T&B release cover, managing the label releases, producing the next T&B events or designing the next T&B merch item. When he gets time to breathe he takes it to the club with his blend of House, Baltimore Breaks, Dubstep, Hip Hop, R&B and bass heavy music.
And let's not forget about his mean VHS collection, love for energy drinks and the biggest sweet tooth in all of Trouble & Bass.