WR743: Ramskull

Episode 743 November 21, 2022 00:55:02
WR743: Ramskull
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WR743: Ramskull
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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

On this episode, I get heavy with local metal band Ramskull, who are back with a new album, ‘Parasitic Sapiens’!

We talked about the grief of losing a bandmate and the catharsis of performing his songs, about playing on diverse bills, and much more.

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