Chapter 69 - Domestikwom Part I


Tipped off to us by previous podcast guest, Jeremy Hunt, Jon Michael is better known by his moniker, Domestikwom, his experimental doomy black metal project and part of the Philip K. Discs family. In the first of two parts, we dive into his Canadian upbringing, particularly his ancestors migration from Russia and how that impacted his music, as well as having friends who aren't into metal, when to step back in the metal debates, a mess of Devin Townsend talk, keeping line ups fresh and unique, that self-awareness is important, and how a tape from his grandfather helped birth an album.

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Tracks featured are "The Crushing Weight of Inertia" and "Planting Seeds" off of Pater Vita and A Peace That Destroys

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