Felched by the Goat – track-by-track

author: Felcher Goat

FELCHED BY THE GOATNEW WAVE OF BLACK BEASTIALITY METAL

Track-by-track rundown



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Hello and horns up, The Goat Tavern! Felcher Goat of Felched by the Goat here, glad to talk to you again and give you a track-by-track rundown of the new digipack 2-CD album, New Wave Of Black Beastiality Metal, which anyone interested can order through our Facebook page. The two-tongued devil on the cover is from the Codex Gigas, a treasure at the Royal Library here in Stockholm.

1. Üksjalad

A little intro as an appetizer. The weird trumpet fanfare is based on the morse code for Hail Satan in Hell. 20 years ago in a previous band, I based a riff on the morse code for Satan, which turned out very syncopated!


2. Gettin’ Wood

This should be a smash hit on the radio, but we might have to goatify all the radio stations first. In the song, The Goat gets a tremendous hard-on during the apocalypse, while enjoying all kinds of perverted and bestial scenes featuring some apostles and other bible characters. The solo by The Burning Dog is inspired by Dave Hill’s infamous shredding solo spot on Just a Little Bit live at Winterland 1975 (check it out on YouTube at your own risk).


3. Orgy of Decay

The post mortem decompositioning process envisioned as a pole dancing strip club. Music by The Robber and The Slicer Maestro. Hadestorm really got into character for her vocal parts, especially during the solo, making it the ‘Je t’aime‘ of necro-rock!


4. Certificate of Embracing Satan

A personal favourite, brutal and noisy – and handy whenever any converts show up.


5. Coprophages’ Communion

Slow and heavy, droney with some saxophone and clarinet to go. 666 on the Bristol Stool Chart – holy shit indeed!


6. The Ballad of Thomas Granger

Based on a true story which The Burning Dog found. R.I.P. beastiality boy 1642!


7. Black Goat Seed

An ambient track, instigated by bass butcher Anti-Christian Chills. There’s even some hurdy-gurdy and accordion buried in the mix.


8. I Believe in Satan

About a fanatic who stands his ground no matter what, or someone who believes Satan is for real because of all the evil that’s done to him. Violin solos by Jayne Insane, formerly of Månegarm.


9. Ouija Board Said Felch

Great swing feel courtesy of drummer Translator Of Violence. The Bestial Beggar Scholar channels his inner ‘I Heard Her Call My Name‘ – Lou Reed during the solo and I make every slide guitar player rotate in their graves. No Wave? Goat Wave!


10. Died Much Too Young

Dedicated to friends who went too soon and other good people who fit the bill. Very nice piano by my brother-in-law on this one.


11. NSBM Whores

A fast one about nazi scum, FOAD. No offense to prostitutes.


12. Stairs

12. Stairs

Every album should have at least one weird track, the old Black Sabbath rule. Flute, feedback, theremin, cello etc. The goats were recorded by The Slicer Maestro in the early 1990s. Sorry second-wavers, not in Norway, but in the nearby county of Wermland, which should be bestial enough for you.

Every album should have at least one weird track, the old Black Sabbath rule. Flute, feedback, theremin, cello etc. The goats were recorded by The Slicer Maestro in the early 1990s. Sorry second-wavers, not in Norway, but in the nearby county of Wermland, which should be bestial enough for you.



13. So I Entered Hell

The whole album leads to one point: hell. Plenty of free form noise coming in waves, or flames rather. To quote Venom: Welcome!


There’s also a bonus CD, featuring the Live at Larry’s gig from 2016 and more, such as covers of Brainbombs (Queen of Necrophiles), Manowar (Black Arrows) and Doro (Bis Aufs Blut, heavily re-worked in BM style), plus a soft jazz track (brushes!), Behind The Stone, where The Goat takes care of Jesus’ post-crucifiction corpse, i.e. fucks it for three days until his resurrection, then fucks him to death again for three days – and three more days, just to make sure, before snorting his pentagram-formed ashes. Gotta love The Goat!