Technosaurus Rex

The Harbingers let Jon outta their sight for ONE SECOND, and he up and gets himself sold into slavery… again.  The gang’s gotta find Grumps, but in their typical fashion they find themselves in the highest of jinx.  The Baron rights a wrong.

Episode 2.2, “Technosaurus Rex”, was written, voiced, and recorded using an unholy amalgamation of magick and science.

Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music from the show.  The song “Animal Companion” appears thanks to Dinofight, online at Dinofight.bandcamp.com.

Slaver’s Bay

The Harbingers are trapped pretty much where we left them last season. Alliances are formed, broken, and re-formed differently. An old ally comes to the rescue, and then promptly screws everyone over. Also- A TERRIFYING NEW VILLAIN! WHO IS ALSO A TOTAL JERK!

Episode 2.1, “Slaver’s Bay”, was written, voiced, and recorded by the usual folks in the usual fashion.

Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music from the show. The song “Even the Rarest and Most Exquisite of Gears Still Serves the Machine” appears courtesy of the Bearcub, online at bearcubstl.bandcamp.com and @bearcubstl on Twitter. “Animal Prince” appears courtesy of Mascaras (via freemusicarchive.org), online at mascarasmusic.com.

Hold Me Closer, Tiny Dylan

Episode 1.5.5 – Hold Me Closer Tiny Dylan

Dylan learns a hard truth. The Baron and Melissa complete a revolutionary new device. Disappointment and confusion ensue!

This episode features the voices of Ian McGowan as Dylan and the Baron, and Rebecca Coleman as Melissa. Todd Roth and Daniel Williams “act” as Dino-Reps 1 and 2, respectively. Zach Minute acts as our narrator one more time.

All writing, recording, mixing, editing, and music by Daniel Williams.

The Good, The Bad and The Weird Balls

Episode 1.5.4 – The Good, The Bad and The Weird Balls

Dylan has a hard time finding privacy in the Menagerie. The Baron plans a rescue mission. We finally find out what happened to that sumbitch dog from season 1, episode 3.

This episode features the voices of Ian McGowan as Dylan and the Baron, and Rebecca Coleman as Melissa. Dave Goddard plays the part of a dog named Sam. Todd Roth becomes Regular Mutant Geoff. Daniel Williams voices the lovely Mrs. Gladys Sheriff, and Zach Minute makes a triumphant return to his now famous role as Sheriff, as well as continuing Narrator duties.

All writing, recording, mixing, editing, and music by Daniel Williams.

Sea Men

Episode 1.5.3 – Sea Men

The group plans a fishing trip! Meanwhile, Melissa has a heart to heart with a fellow crewman. Spoilers – He sucks.

This episode features the voices of Ian McGowan as Dylan and the Baron, and Rebecca Coleman as Melissa. Adam Baugher expertly reprises the role of James O’Douls, and Zach Minute returns as our narrator.

All writing, recording, mixing, and editing by Daniel Williams. Music by Daniel Williams and Nicole Kovaluk.

New ‘Do

Episode 1.5.2 – New ‘Do

After a long night of boozing Melissa decides it’s time for a haircut!

This episode features the voices of Ian McGowan as Dylan and the Baron, and Rebecca Coleman as Melissa. Dave Goddard plays the part of the Alien Customer, and Zach Minute acts as our narrator.

All writing, recording, mixing, editing, and music by Daniel Williams.

Totes Legit

Episode 1.5.1 – Totes Legit

Shortly after the oddly alluring Baron Von Wasteland rescues Dylan and Melissa, Dylbro hatches a plan to help BVW go legit. Business legit.

This episode features the voices of Ian McGowan as Dylan and the Baron, and Rebecca Coleman as Melissa. Zach Minute acts as our narrator.

All writing, recording, mixing, editing, and music by Daniel Williams.

The Twelfth Episode

The season comes to a close.  Everything Jon’s been working towards comes to fruition.  Sort of…  Space battles, monsters, and an epic showdown!  New alliances are formed!  This episode has it all, including the return of your favorite character and mine, What’shisname!  This episode is dedicated to you, listeners.  Hold on to your butts!

This episode was written and rewritten by all the dudes.

The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams, and was performed by the Interplanetary Destruction Players.

Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan.  The Song “Sinister Pysche” comes from Tab & Anitek, online at soundcloud.com/anitek.  Herr Doktor provided the songs “Miami Call” and “Can You Kiss Me First”.  Find him online at soundcloud.com/herrdoktordj.  “Ground Zero” is from Amt_23, online at esc-laboratory.com.  Finally, Dark Asylum Music provided “Sinister Calamity”.  Find them online at darkasylummusic.bandcamp.com .

Arcane Assholes

The mission was simple enough – Get. The. Thing. And they did! Time for some side quests, y’all! The group is finally whole again, and damn it, there’d better not be any more shake-ups! This episode is dedicated to underappreciated fanfic writers the world over.


Adam Baugher, William Mead, and Todd Roth all held hands and wished this episode into existence.

The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams, and was performed by the Interplanetary Destruction Players.

The songs “Lord of the Land”, “Angevin”, “Angevin B”, “The Descent”, “Drums of the Deep”, and “Hall of the Mountain King” appear courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, online at Incompetech.com.  “Ascending Obsolescence” comes thanks to Krackatoa, online at krackatoa.com.  Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan.

Dickcicles

It’s lonely out in space, but a reunion will set things right. Before that though – Fear! Terror! Water mammals? Things are getting weird, kids. Our group struggles to survive while Jon struggles to get that song out of his head. This episode is dedicated to Wilford Brimley’s mustache.

This episode was factory assembled and freeze-dried for long lasting great taste by Adam Baugher, William Mead, and Todd Roth.

The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams, and was performed by the Interplanetary Destruction Players.

“Hanley’s Meadow Opening” and “Hanley’s Meadow Outdoor Drone” appear courtesy of The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra, online at theratsandpeople.com. The song “Wait ‘til They Get a Load of Me” was provided by Sex In The Eighties, and can be found online at harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com. “Bacterial Love” comes from Rolemusic, online at rolemusic.sawsquarenoise.com. Finally, Herr Doktor provided “Interlude” and “Walk”. Find him online at soundcloud.com/herrdoktordj.