This is where Sigler dishes out the good stuff, the pure stuff, the stuff not cut with other stuff that is neither good nor pure. If you like your fiction intense and original, you're in the right place.
April 22nd, 2016
Episode 241 of 341 episodes
Separation of Sanity is a Portland, OR metal band that just released a new album called "The Crucible." Why are we covering them on the FridayFix? Because the FDØ is onfour tracks of this face-ripper! Scott's spoken-word eeee-vil is all over this beast (and here's the iTunes link for it). http://media.blubrry.com/scottsigler/media.libsyn.com/scottsigler/169_Friday_Fix___Separation_of_Sanity.mp3 We brought in Jason and Ivar from SoS — two genuine Sigler Junkies — to talk about the record and how Scott's fiction influenced it (yes, one of the tracks is called "Pandemic," directly influenced by the book!). Don't see a "play" button above? Click here to download. The post Friday Fix • Separation of Sanity appeared first on scottsigler.com.
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