Category Archives: Music

November 24

Cannibal Corpse – Red Before Black Box Set from Metal Blade Records

People who know me and who are frequent visitors to this site know I loves me some Cannibal Corpse. 

November 19

Metallica – Master of Puppets 2017 Box Set Review

Recently, Metallica released a larger than life box set to celebrate their album, Master of Puppets from 1986.  As you see from the close-up picture of the sticker on the front, there’s a lot of stuff to get through.

November 03

Electrified Porcupine’s New Music (CD & Vinyl) Showcase Vol. 31

It’s time for another excellent edition of my New Music Showcase! This edition features music I’ve picked up from about the beginning of September until now (the beginning of Nov. 2017).

October 23

Electrified Porcupine’s New Music (CD & Vinyl) Showcase Vol. 30

Wow! 30 of these damn things, now! That’s a lot of tunes I’ve gone through! This edition will feature CDs I’ve picked up from August and there’s another feature coming soon as you’ll hear me state in the video embedded at the bottom of this.

October 17

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Ultimate Edition Vinyl Box Set from Spacelab9

I don’t know how many hours I put into Skyrim.  I think the last time I checked it was in between 104-109 hours, maybe more. I moved onto other games so I didn’t go through all the DLC (but I still plan on going back…especially now after buying this).

October 16

Stone Temple Pilots: Core (25th Anniversary Box Set) Review

A few weeks ago, Rhino released various editions of Stone Temple Pilot’s debut, Core, in various configurations.  Because I’m such a fan of the album, I splurged on the complete package that came with a bonus item!

September 27

The Hilarious House of Frightenstein Lives…On Vinyl (An Interview with Groove Vinyl Records)

It should be of no surpriseg to frequent visitors to Electrified Porcupine that I have great love for The Hilarious House of Frightenstein. The cult classic show featuring The Count, Igor, and other patrons of Castle Frightenstein, blended classic horror visuals with amazing comedy across a variety of segments through different characters.