DVD Review: Vinegar Syndrome’s The Love Slaves (Bob Chinn)

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An unusual pairing of likeable hardcore veteran Bob Chinn and crusty softcore producer Bob Cresse (Love Camp 7, Mondo Freudo, House on Bare Mountain), the latter making his first venture into straight up adult film.
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A Quite Considerable and Carefully Crafted Candlemas Roundup

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Well, it’s only been a week or two, and things are already looking far worse than most of us imagined.

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Blu Review: Vinegar Syndrome’s Taboo II and III (Kirdy Stevens)

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“She’s on fire (long pause)…she can’t deny her (long pause)…deepest desire,” or so goes the ingenious lyriced, saxophone and keyboard ditty contributed by one Leon Felburg…

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Holy Holidaze Roundup, Batman!

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I don’t know about you guys, but I’m ready for the holidays.

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A Terrifyingly Turkey-filled Thanksgiving Roundup

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I don’t think I need to say a word, after what went down last Tuesday.

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And Now, the November Supplemental Roundup – Satanath Records and Symbol of Domination

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Third Eye regulars are no doubt well familiar with Russia’s estimable Satanath Records from our monthly music roundups.  In fact, just this past month, we gave a deservedly positive review of a band that out-Arch Enemied the post-Angela Gossow Arch Enemy (Nordwitch – check ’em out, if you’re into that particular vein of femme-fronted melodeath, you’ll love ’em).

So it may be no surprise that the label has once again opened the vaults of recent releases (and those of their related sub-label Symbol of Domination) for another go.

Will this round be as good as the last time around?

If the promo photos are anything to go by, yours truly’s hopes are high…so let’s dive in and see what’s in the Samhain goodie bag this time, shall we?

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