Your WoW Soundtrack, Part 11: Gene The Werewolf!

gene-collage-3.jpgGene The Werewolf formed in 2007 and is comprised of five natives of Pittsburgh, PA.  Gene along with guitarist Drew Donegan, bassist Tim Schultz, drummer Nick Revak and keyboard player Aaron Mediate released the albums “Light Me Up” and “Wicked Love” independently. Then in 2012, with the worldwide release of “Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal” with Frontiers Records, “The Loner” followed it up in 2016.

I had the opportunity to see the band perform live the first weekend in July and had an absolute blast. The guys were hilarious and super nice!

Thank you for the show and music guys! I had so much fun!

https://genethewerewolf.bandcamp.com/

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Featured Blog: ZIMB!

ZIMBThis weeks featured blog is “Zombies In My Blog” or ZIMB for short.

On their about page they describe themselves as “covering all things horror and Geek Culture! Once in a while, we’ll review Zombie books, movies, TV shows and video games. From time to time, we’ll post articles covering horror and pop culture, in general.”

Their blog is where every horror enjoying, Zombie loving, nerd accepting place where you should have your eyeballs!

Please take the time to visit their page here! (Clicky, Clicky!)

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Zephirah’s Adventure: Episode 9!

Zephaniah’s Adventure Podcast: Episode 9 for July 11, 2018

In this episode Ender’s Game, Zombies in the Safari, Community Spotlight with Ali & Warcraft History!

Podcast / Community Spotlight: Announcement’s!

If you are ever interested in participating in any way for the podcast, please feel free to reach out. I do not bite, I promise. Links for twitter and the blog’s discord are available in the show notes.

Twitter Zephirah_Zella

Discord Link: https://discord.gg/UEnwEKx

Just as a reminder to the listeners in discord, please enjoy the music and your hearing by turning down the bot’s volume. All you have to do is right click on the user named “Rhythm” and turn it down to about 10% or whatever volume is comfortable for you!

Feature Of The Week:

Your WoW Soundtrack, 9 & 10!

Community Spotlight: Ali

Shout Outs:

Evaric for suggesting the music for me!

Rob Zombie, for being such a bad ass, and rocking out for as long as I have been alive!

To Ali and her super awesome introduction to podcasting – keep up the good work!

To Blizzard for an awesome game that I absolutely love.

Music used in this episode:

“Alchemists Tower”, “Alien Restaurant” & “Division” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Until next time, I hope your adventure is awesome!

Warcraft History: Lorekeeper Polkelt!

Zombie_ChowLorekeeper Polkelt was a level 60 elite zombie mini-boss found in the Scholomance and was added to the game June 28, 2006.

Scholomance, former House of Barov, on a rise overlooking the abandoned city of Caer Darrow, it fell into ruin following the Second War.

Originally, Polkelt was one of the six mini-bosses (17 total boss’s total with in the instance) that are required to call forth Darkmaster Gandling. As the wizard Kel’thuzad enlisted followers for his Cult of the Damned, he would often promise immortality in exchange for serving the Lich King. The Barov family fell to Kel’thuzad’s influence and donated the keep and its crypts to the Scourge. The cultists then killed the Barovs and turned the ancient crypts into a school for necromancy.

During Cataclysm, Patch 4.0.1 specifically his level was reduced from 60 to 43. In the early patch’s of Pandaria, 5.0.4 he was removed from the game entirely due to the major Scholomance revamp. The most notable fact about Polkelt was he did not drop a Corruptor’s Scourgestone, a well sought after shirt.

He and a few other boss’s were other removed or changed and honestly, It was so long ago that I do not remember the previous version entirely; however, I find it interesting that he does not have some sort of reference somewhere else. I do have fond memory’s of leveling and running instances.

I at this point am interested in running Scholomance for giggles on a toon or two to see if I can revive old memories of how the instance was in comparison to how it is now.

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You’r WoW Soundtrack, Part 10: Rob Zombie!

Rob_Zombie_Living_Dead_Girl.jpgGreetings & salutations!

If you just so happen to live under a rock, do not have access to the internet, or a basic calendar, not only would you not be reading this but you would also not know that this Friday is the 13th. I decided to give this weeks blog post’s a theme.

If you have not figured it out by now the theme is Zombie’s. The theme is inspired by my D&D group that is currently running, Secrets Of Talonguard. If you are interested in listening to our campaign here is an iTunes link for you! (Click here!)

“Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International” is the solo debut album by Rob Zombie on August 25, 1998. The album serves as his first release outside of the band White Zombie, with whom he released two multi-platinum studio albums. The song “Living Dead Girl” is the second single from the album and I absolutely love it.  The music video for the single derives its imagery from Robert Wiene’s 1920 silent film, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, with Zombie in the role of The Doctor.

 

It is wild to think that I have been a fan for this long but I have absolutely enjoyed the musical adventure. Thank you for all of the hard work and music Mr. Zombie. Really!

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Book Of The Month, July: Ender’s Game!

Enders GameFor the month of July I will be reading the Nebula Award winning novel, Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card.

The book originated as a short story of the same name that was published in the August 1977 issue of “Analog Science Fiction and Fact”.

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