Episode 26: Danger Tool w/Eric Johnston

The Black Belt Punks Master Eric Johnston joins Jarid to school him on the Six Sigma Degrees of Punk Rock. They also discuss how Against Me! accidentally made an Anti-Flag album, Jarid’s new favorite meme (The Increasingly Verbose Meme), their new favorite band: The Dead Fly Supper Club Brigade, and Jarid makes a REALLY dumb pun about martial arts and black metal. Oh, and they talk about this week’s tracks.

Episode 26's Tracks:

Daisuke (feat. Shelby Cinca) - El Huervo
The Grudge - Tool
Dead Eyes Open, or, How the Woman In the Attic Fled, Never To Return - Cinema Strange
The Mask (feat. Ghostface Killah) - Danger Doom
Puritania - Dimmu Borgir

Episode 26's Playlist:

Music Used In This Episode:

Less Then Three (Slowed Down) - Adrianna Krikl
Technicolor Diffidence (Slowed Down) - Pierlo
Timmy Jerk (Slowed Down) - Pierlo
Cliverpool (Slowed Down) - Pierlo
Dodgy Looks (Slowed Down) - Pierlo
Daje De Zion (Slowed Down) - Pierlo
Wrestling Zergling (Slowed Down) - Pierlo
Klangschirm (Slowed Down) - Pierlo
Keep On Zion RMX (Slowed Down) - Pierlo

Adrianna Krikl music can be found here
Pierlo music can be found here


Eric Johnston:

Eric's band, The Misanthropes

Eric's Top 5 of 2016:

#5huffle Episode Featuring The Misanthropes (Eric's Band)


Me and Your Mama - Childish Gambino


Hotline Miami Cover Art

Insomniac's Interview with El Huervo

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The Dillinger Escape Plan's "Ire Works" Album Art

El Huervo's Water Color Paintings

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"A Wish" from the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Game "The Secret of Mana"


Increasingly Verbose DMX Meme


Tool's Maynard James Keenan Talks About "Larchymology"

Tool Logo


Archived Cinema Strange Fan Site

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"Dead Eyes Open, or, How the Woman In the Attic Fled, Never To Return" Fan Comic

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"Dead Eyes Open, or, How the Woman In the Attic Fled, Never To Return" Live


Samples Featured in "The Mask"

Sadness Theme - Franco Micalizzi

If You Only Had the Time - Nova Local

Rhythm's Dealer - Ted Atking and His Orchestra