Hurricane Sandy Stoppage

The Welding Room LLC, including & all associated media are experiencing  ferociously disabling side effects from the greatest natural disaster in American history.

Please bear with us while we attempt to recover.

The Welding Room radio program is scheduled to return to the air, live on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 10pm EST. Our friend, Sakari Ojanen (ODDLAND) is set to join us live from Finland, in addition to tentatively scheduled in-studio co-hosts, Montreal’s SKIP THE FOREPLAY.


High above Times Square on Tuesday, 10/30/12


Times Square – Tuesday, 10/30/12

Destroy All Monsters

More content to get you through the workday!
…From our friends at Suburban Hum


Suburban Hum

Destroy All Monsters

 JapanDestroy All Monsters (怪獣総進撃)1968

Marvelous, weird kaiju film — set in 1999, the narrator explains that all the world’s monsters have been gathered on Monster Island (WHAT A CLEVER NAME) where they are contained and observed. There’s an underground base where the scientists monitor the monsters.

Suddenly, an alien race attacks and takes over control of the monsters, as well as the minds of the personnel at the base. A cumbersome-looking spaceship is dispatched from the Moon to investigate. Eventually the “Kilaaks” introduce themselves and present their demands, basically a place to live on Earth. By this time, the monsters, under Kilaak control, have decimated most of the world’s major cities, so the aliens don’t get much of a hearing.

A Media Blasters DVD was released (at long last) in November of 2011 with the original Japanese version. It sold out quickly. It’s a pleasure to be able…

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In-depth look at “Cloud Atlas”

…From our friend Lukas Eggen

Lukas Eggen

For those who know me, Tom Tykwer’s and the Wachowskis’ adaptation of “Cloud Atlas” is the movie event of the year for me. It stars Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant, Hugo Weaving, Jim Sturgess and more. For those still confused about the film take a look at this 13-minute in-depth preview.

Lukas Eggen can be reached at

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Music Documentary Sunday: Watch SUMMER’S LAUGHTER


It’s Sunday and you should all know what that means by now. This week we are featuring the “documentary” Summer’s Laughter made by Periphery‘s touring bassist Jeff Holcomb. The film chronicles the band’s journey on this years edition of the summer slaughter tour.

Summer’s Laughter features guest appearances, interviews and live footage fromPeriphery and all the Sumerian Records bands on the tour.

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— Josh Huddleston

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