Saturday, January 18, 2020

Episode 114: Musket Hawk

Here is the 114th episode of the Dreams of Consciousness podcast, featuring an interview with Musket Hawk.

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Musket Hawk don't discriminate when it comes to "heavy". The Baltimore trio blend of sludge, grind, hardcore, and death metal, keeping their songs brasive and unpredictable.

I spoke to the band about their history, their song writing process, and how their latest album Upside of Sick ended up being recorded at three different studios, and released by two different labels. We also spent a good deal of time talking about the Baltimore scene and bonding over Meatjack, Cattlepress, and all the great bands we were listening to 20 years ago.

My thanks to Musket Hawk for a great conversation, and to you for listening.


"Two Hot Box Drags"
taken from the album The Form of Disgust

"Dios Mio"
"Punk Rock Ruined My Life"
taken from the album Upside of Sick

"Space-Ray Houska"
taken from the album Desolate

"Tweed After Dark"
taken from Live Demo

Musket Hawk on Bandcamp

Musket Hawk on Facebook

Musket Hawk on Instagram

Upside of Sick [through Horror Pain Gore Death Productions]

Upside of Sick vinyl  [through Unholy Anarchy Records]

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