InObscuria Podcast

Ep. 30: 2000s Rock n' Punk n' Metal Time Capsule?

Episode Summary

In this week’s episode we dust off our iPods to travel back to the decade where many claimed that rock n’ roll was dead and that there was no more good music. That’s right; we are listening to obscure tracks from George W.’s Y2K! Join on this journey back through the decade of iTunes, MySpace, and some really great rock n’ punk n’ metal!

Episode Notes

New to InObscuria? It’s all about digging up obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal from one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. In this episode we talk about the lost and forgotten gems of the 00s. A decade where the ideas of record companies, albums, physical product, GarageBand, and the old way of promoting artists were all challenged. This decade literally changed the path for how music was to be consumed going forward.

Songs this week include:

  1. Injected – “Burn It Black” from Burn It Black(2002)
  2. Year Long Disaster – “Leda Atomica” from Year Long Disaster (2007) 
  3. Maxeen – “Delete Lola” from Maxeen (2003)
  4. Black Tide – “Black Abyss” from Light From Above (2008)
  5. The Von Bondies – “C’mon C’mon” from Pawn Shoppe Heart (2004)
  6. Black Mountain – “Stormy High” from In the Future (2008)
  7. The Music – “Freedom Fighters” from Welcome To The North (2004)


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