Time to walk through a marble orchard and find yourself face to face with a headstone bearing your name. Walk over to the Patterson Tomb to hear another MONSTERMATT MINUTE. There’s a group of 80′s punk rockers off in the far corner, so they must be listening to the Dr. Gangrene Reccommended Movie of the Week. You’ll also hear music by SDM, The Mangled Dead, Under A Nightmare, The Rosedales and more.
Feel free to let this episode of 6′+ into your home. Or perhaps we’re already there? Who’s in your pantry, but Monstermatt Patterson? Don’t look in the foyer – it’s Home Haunting: Jersey Devil Style and they’re REDECORATING! Music from The Coffins, Pirato Ketchup, Surgon Marta, Beauty and the Liquidmen and more.
It’s okay if you’re hearing voices, so long as one of them is this episode of 6′+. You might also hear Heather Buckley talk about Edge of Sanity on a new edition of Heather Buckley’s Oddscurities. You may even go crazy at the sound of a new Monstermatt Minute. Or, you might relax with new music from The Silver Shine, and songs from Plan 9, Rocket From The Crypt, Guantanamo Baywatch and more. With us in your head, you never travel alone.
Witches get up all in this episode of 6′+, with music from the 18.104.22.168′s, Stellar Corpses, Ghoultown, Spooky Deville and more. Monstermatt Patterson gets turned into a frog during a Monstermatt Minute. And take it from me – Dr. Gangrene’s Recommended Movie of the Week is no poison apple.
We also have a preview of the upcoming Home Haunting: Jersey Devil Style feature, giving you a monthly tips on how to turn your home and crypt into the ghoulish talk of the town.
The picture of horror itself, Dr. Gangrene’s Recommended Movie of the Week, debuts on 6′+. We get artistic admist a playlist of spooky music in a gallery of surf, psychobilly and horror punk. Monstermatt Patterson forgets how to count on the Paint By Numbers but comes up with a materpiece with the Monstermatt Minute.
April 1st marked 6′+’s second year in
existance existence. In this special episode, you’ll hear the debut of ALL THIS AND GORE, a discussion between Tammy and JR from TwistedCentral.com. As well, you’ll hear the first episode of HEATHER BUCKLEY’S ODDSCURITIES, a showcase of an often-overlooked horror movie.
As always, we have a bevy of great music. Songs from The Dead Vampires, Mad Sin, The Polecats and more – as well, as Monstermatt Patterson to pop out of the birthday cake.
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There’s nothing wrong with wanting to dig a hole in which you bury yourself for a period of time. It’s the second-cheapest vacation you can take, beaten only by the escape offered in this episode. Can’t get cheaper than that. We have music from Tiki Bats, Atom Age Vampire, new music from both The Moans and The Spastiks. We try to bury Monstermatt Patterson up to his neck but overshoot the goal by a few feet.
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Holy Hatton! It’s time for the Rondos again! 6′+ scored a nomination as did GdL16 and Dr. Gangrene! Learn about the campaign to get Tom Bagley into the Hall of Fame, with music from The Brains, Boney Fiend and VAMPIRA?! Plus much more. Monstermatt crashes the party and we all have some fun.
Edit: I forgot to mention that you can find more of Tom Smith’s music online at TomSmithOnline.com. The version of “I Want To Be Peter Lorre” came from his Live at DucKon 2010 recording, which you can get at his Bandcamp.
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Something comes over Strange Jason and let’s hope it’s not catching. He tries to cure himself with good music from The Left Hand, The Psyclocks, Monsters From Mars, Grave Tone Productions and more. Inviting Monstermatt Patterson might just make him even more sick, though. Cover your mouth when you cough!
Ell. Oh. Vee. Eee. It’s that time of year again, when St. Valentine’s gets all frisky and enacts a love spell on y’alls. L-O-V-E. Put them together and you get a venture into romance with D-Grade Monsters, Mad Sin, David Olsen, The Brickbats and more. Monstermatt Patterson decides to play cupid so WATCH OUT!