Down With The Sickness

Ugh, GEARS. Illness. A shocking twist! You wouldn’t be less of a man for tearing up a little by the end. This episode is dedicated to twisty-mustachioed hipsters the world over.

Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams wielded mighty pens to force this episode into existence.

The latest version of our theme was arranged and performed by Ian McGowan.

The songs “Industrial Revolution” and “Gloom Horizon” appear courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, at Incompetech.com. “Excreted From Our Mother’s Womb” comes from Nora Keyes, online at norakeyes.com. Freemusicarchive.org provided “Cutie” by Eubie Blake and His Orchestra and “Siam Soo” by Happy Six. Finally “Spiral’s Main Theme Number 4” was written and performed by The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra, online at theratsandpeople.com.

Waste More Space

Huzzah! New character back-story! Jealousy and confusion! Mutants? This episode has it all! Ted demands trial by combat, but who will be his champion? Spoilers- nobody! This episode is dedicated to all the single ladies on Themyscira.

This episode was hastily typed up by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams.

Our most badass theme yet was arranged and performed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams.

Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan. The songs “Exhilarate” and “Future Gladiator” appear courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, at Incompetech.com. MSIF provided “The Boogie That’s Mine.” Find him online at msif.bandcamp.com.

Loose Booty

The past becomes the present and the future is now (again)! Quickly mourn two more fallen comrades, but don’t take too long! There be booty to plunder! This episode is dedicated to the Truffle Shuffle.

This episode took the collected efforts of Adam Baugher, Ian McGowan, William Mead, Todd Roth, and Daniel Williams to write.

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 songs “Gypsy Shoegazer” and “Miris Magic Dance” appear courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, at Incompetech.com. “Poker Stomp” comes from The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra, at theratsandpeople.com. “So What’s the Use” was performed by Billy Murray, and comes from freemusicarchive.org. Finally, the songs “The Drunken Billy Goat”, “Tripping Up the Stairs”, and “Coleraine” were performed by Nicole Kovaluk.

Wasted Space

The curtain gets pulled back. The wizard is met, and he’s kind of an asshole.  Intergalactic politics hasn’t been this exciting since The Phantom Menace! This episode is dedicated to Kal-El.

This episode was spewed forth from the minds of 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.

Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan. The song “A Few Good Men” comes from MSIF, at msif.bandcamp.com. “8-bit Dungeon Boss” appears courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, at Incompetech.com. Finally, “Julius Seizure” and “Groaning Clones” are from Commichung, and can be found online at harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com.

Killer Clouds From Outer Space

There’s a familiar hum in the air. Is it love that our group is feelin’? Nah, it’s death, destruction, and mayhem. The coffee is pretty good here though. This episode is dedicated to Burt Reynolds.

This episode was etched in to the cultural zeitgeist by Adam Baugher and Todd Roth.

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 songs, “Wasted” and “Composite Sketch” appear courtesy of Popular Mechanics, online at popularmechanics.bandcamp.com. “I Just Wanna Get Inside Ya” comes from Tight Pants Syndrome, online at tightpantssyndrome.bandcamp.com. “Digital Bark”, “Robopocalypse 2” and “Unnatural Situation” are courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, at Incompetech.com. Finally, the song “Trendsetter” was provided by Sex In The Eighties, and can be found online at harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com.

Sex Robots

THE FUTURE IS NOW.  IN A WORLD WHERE RIDICULOUS STEREOTYPES BASED ON NATIONALITY GO UNNOTICED CAN OUR HEROES BEAT THE CLOCK, GET THE GIRL, AND SAVE THE DAY?  This episode is dedicated to all of the fallen replicants.  Never forget.

This episode was painstakingly assembled by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams.

The main theme was composed and performed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams.

Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan. The songs “Just a Human” and “Electric Dice” appear courtesy of Humdrum, online at humdrumband.com. “Full Circle” and “Touch Me, Touch Me (I’m Just That Type of Girl)” come from MSIF, at msif.bandcamp.com.

Whiskey and Women

A glimmer of hope as the group returns from whence they came.  A new quest, new allies, and new revelations abound.  This episode is dedicated to William T. Riker.

This episode was crafted with love by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams.

The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams, and was performed by The Good Deeds (featuring Daniel Williams on drums).

The songs “Kick in the Teeth”, “Whiskey at the End of the World”, and “Caffeine, Nicotine, and Reefer” appear courtesy of The Campfire Club, online at thecampfireclub.bandcamp.com. “Whorehouse” and “Milkin’ It” come from The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra, at theratsandpeople.com.

Harbingers of Calamity Part 2

A second reunion. A first battle. The group explores a strange new world and tests their mettle. Jason reveals he hates Dungeons and Dragons. This episode is dedicated to the Light of the Seven.

This episode was written by Adam Baugher, Ian McGowan, William Mead, Todd Roth, and Daniel Williams.

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 songs “Get it Right” and “Nothing Feels Right” appear courtesy of Tok, online at tokandroll.com. “Final Battle” comes from The Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra, at theratsandpeople.com. “Angevin B” and “Black Vortex” are courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, at Incompetech.com.

Harbingers of Calamity Part 1

The Harbingers of Calamity reunite to celebrate the life of a friend. Until some. Thing. Happens. This episode is dedicated to Gary Gygax.

This episode was written by Adam Baugher, Ian McGowan, William Mead, Todd Roth, and Daniel Williams.

The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams, and was performed by the Interplanetary Destruction Players featuring Nicole Kovaluk, Ian McGowan, Matt Pace, David Ruvolo, Brien Seyle, and Daniel Williams.

Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan. The song “Pair of Eyes” appears courtesy of the band Humdrum, online at humdrumband.com. “Emlékmás” appears courtesy of Obsidian Shell, online at obsidianshell.com.