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Richard Weeks (The Pope)
Works at The Eucharistic Assembly
Lives in London, UK
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London, UK
Previously
Dartmouth, NS - Manchester, UK
Story
Tagline
Bearded scumlord here only to poison your children with terrible music.
Introduction
I eat shit.
Bragging rights
I'm somehow still alive in 2015.
Work
Occupation
Musician
Skills
Guitarist, bassist, vocalist, has a beard, hits the cervix.
Employment
  • The Eucharistic Assembly
    The Pope, 2012 - present
    Podcast host.
  • The Higher Craft
    Space Pirate, 2013 - present
    Bassist.
  • Ebonillumini
    The Manitou, 2013 - present
    Bass, guitars, vocals, percussion.
  • Carnivorous Forest
    Sovereign Pontiff, 2012 - present
    Vocals, guitars, bass, percussion.
  • The Meads of Asphodel
    Pope, 2014 - present
    Bass
  • Sea Wolves of the Atlantic
    Sea Wolf, 2014 - present
    Vocals, guitars.
  • <Redacted>
    World Controller, 2014 - present
    Bass, vocals
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Gender
Male
Other names
Pope Richard, The Pope, The Manitou, Cap'n Dicky, Losfer
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Infidel is the hardest fucking song I've ever had to record.
Record label based in New England, USA that focuses on black metal and other sinister forms of music.
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This has proved to be pretty popular. Even Cattle Decapitation's vocalist messaged me saying he likes it.
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Carnivorous Forest - Angels Fall
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Quote from the flying pig: It's this type of heavy metal that is VERY good indeed. You're actually wearing a black metal t shirt in your profile picture.
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SEA WOLVES OF THE ATLANTIC

My new martial industrial / neofolk band with lyrics and themes focused on World War II. A large amount of neofolk bands set their lyrics to romantacise the Axis powers, but I say fuck that and fuck them. Sea Wolves of the Atlantic will be focused on the Allies during the war.

The first song is "The Days Were Blue and the Nights Were Black" and is based on the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest continuous military campaign during the entire war. The Kriegsmarine and Luftwaffe ultimately fell to the Royal Canadian Navy, Royal Navy, and Allied merchant shipping.
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Sea Wolves of the Atlantic - The Days Were Blue and the Nights Were Black
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Like a tank upside down and on fire, it's the Eucharistic Assembly!

This week our brand new reviewer THE STORMBEARD revisits Kataklysm's Waiting for the End to Come. He also has some choice words for Ice Earth's Plagues of Babylon. We also discuss snow in Canada, the lack of snow in London, being awake for ten minutes before talking into a microphone for an hour, region locking your video game consoles, martial industrial, Jon Schaeffer, not really knowing how Jon Schaeffer spells his surname, Nazis, drugs, circumcision, the Leeds Owl Trail, and much much more!

Show Notes (An Ass Full of Shite):

A year without snow
Show intro: Carnivorous Forest - The Eucharistic Assembly
New reviewer: THE STORMBEARD
Revisiting: Kataklysm - Waiting for the End to Come
Metalworks: Judas Priest
The Higher Craft - Delta 9
Fucking Video Games: Bravely Default and the Woes of Region Locking and Localisation
Carnivorous Forest - Cocksucker
New releases: Jan 12 - 18th
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Outro: Stormbeard - Trail of the Owls

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Assembly 037 - Hoot for MeLike a tank upside down and on fire, it's the Eucharistic Assembly!This week our brand new reviewer THE STORMBEARD revisits Kataklysm's Waiting for the End to Come. He also has some choice words for Ice Earth's Plagues of Bab...
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Jjarnd Msdiun's profile photo
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HellArise's profile photo
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The Manitou.
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I've released three albums with three bands this month... 
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Damn son, that's brutal.
 
Call me grace.

Just managed to cut my knuckle all to hell. No masturbating for me.
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There was so much blood I almost drowned in it.
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Assembly 039 - Prolific Daddy Issues

Like a hurricane full of cats, it's the Eucharistic Assembly!

This week, Stormbeard reviews some absolutely brilliantly miserable albums while The Pope has a cheeky verbal wank over Dan Swano. We also discuss a myriad of topics including calories, booking your Bloodstock ticket six months in advance, woe, prolific daddy issues, Christian metal, professional podcasting, Peter Tagtgren's vocals, Crimson, Crimson II, upside down guitars, and the hunt for a brand new Eucharistic Assembly Interviewer!

Food
Intro: Carnivorous Forest - The Eucharistic Assembly
Bloodstock ticket... booked!
A word from Stormbeard
Stormbeard Reviews: My Dying Bride - An Ode to Woe
Metalworks: Dan Swano
Stormbeard's Classic Album Review: Pink Floyd - The Final Cut
The Worst Bands on Earth: Whoever Did The Jesus Metal Explosion
Guys, Peter Tagtgren
New releases: 26/01/2014 - 01/02/2014
The Eucharistic Assembly is looking for an interviewer
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Outro: Sea Wolves of the Atlantic - The Days Were Blue and the Nights Were Black

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Assembly 039 - Prolific Daddy IssuesLike a hurricane full of cats, it's the Eucharistic Assembly!This week, Stormbeard reviews some absolutely brilliantly miserable albums while The Pope has a cheeky verbal wank over Dan Swano. We also discuss a myriad of ...
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Assembly 038 - Plagues of Mediocrity
Like a mediocre plague from a country that no longer exists, it's the Eucharistic Assembly!

This week, the Pope reviews the latest Iced Earth album: Plagues of Babylon! Spoiler warning: He thought it was bum. The Stormbeard also reviews Motorhead's Aftershock! Spoiler warning: He thought it was great. Also, Stormbeard gives you a history lesson on King Crimson's In the Court of the Crimson King. The podcast also features discussions on airplanes, militaristic fanatic Satanists, Manowar, Varg, Slash, Peter Fripp, and a fucking shitton more.

The cost of flying
Intro: Carnivorous Forest - The Eucharistic Assembly
Banks
The Pope Reviews: Iced Earth - Plagues of Babylon
When you see another metalhead in public
Stormbeard Reviews: Motorhead - Aftershock
Crispy cornflakes
Stormbeard's Classic Album Review: King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
News: Black metal musican murdered by Satanist, Racist white people in Canada
New releases: 19/01 - 25/01
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Outro: Carnivorous Forest - Slay the Queen

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Like a mediocre plague from a country that no longer exists, it's the Eucharistic Assembly!This week, the Pope reviews the latest Iced Earth album: Plagues of Babylon! Spoiler warning: He thought it was bum. The Stormbeard also reviews Motorhead's Aftersho...
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