We are 3 metal heads bringing you an elitist-free podcast of all things metal and hardcore.
00:00: Discussion and clips of what were listening to including Converge, Necrot, Gut Slit, Antropomorphia, Couch Slut, Trivium, & Venenum
41:45: Enslaved “E” Album Discussion
53:00: Cannibal Corpse “Red Before Black” Album Discussion
108:15: Interview with Matt Calvert of Dark Descent Records
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Music Played on this episode:
Converge “I Can Tell You About Pain” & “Under Duress”
Necrot “Blood Offerings”
Gut Slit “Marachino Eye Balls”
Couch Slut “Snake in the Grass”
Antropomorphia “Murmor of the Dead”
Venenum “Cold Death”
Enslaved “Storm Son”, “Sacred Horse”, & Hindsiight
Cannibal Corpse “Code of the Slashers” & “Remaimed”
We finally traveled down under to the great Aussie gold minds of metal. We first spoke with Dave Haley the drummer of Psycroptic, Ruins, King, and many other projects and we ended the episode with an interview with Tim Charles the violinist and clean vocalist of Ne Obliviscaris. We spoke with both about growing up as an Australian metal head, influential bands from their country, challenges of touring and getting exposed to other countries, music recs, and info on their respective bands. Dave told us about the next Psycroptic album and Tim talked about their new album “urn” out 10/27. The middle of the episode features us talking about our favorite Australian metal bands and some new bands we discovered.
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As always, we discussed the bands we’ve been listening to lately (with a very surprising pick from Shadie) & than we discussed the latest album from The Black Dahlia Murder “Nightbringers”. We also did a throwback review on Children of Bodom’s “Follow the Reaper”. The episode ends with an interview with Marc Hudson of Dragonforce.
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We are back with new music recommendations ranging from death metal, to black metal, catchy radio friendly metal and everything in between. Our main feature for this episode is a spotlight on the scene veteran Tomas Lindberg. We go over his discography including Grotesque, At the Gates, Skitsystem, The Great Deceiver, The Crown, Nightrage, Disfear, and his new project The Lurking Fear. We end the episode with an interview with the man himself to talk about his new project, his discography, challenges, future projects, as well as talk about At the Gates past and future. Interview starts around the 1.25 mark.
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Ok guys so we had some technical difficulties on this episode with Jason’s mic going out and reverting to his computer mic without knowing. Instead of getting rid of the ep we decided to edit it the best we could and this is the result! Hopefully its not too bad and dont worry we will be back to normal quality next time. Anyway’s we talked about a bunch of new music to check out, reviewed the Lamb of God and Behemoth show, and talked about our favorite songs to listen to while drinking, partying, having a good time.. whatever. Enjoy on a Friday or Saturday with a cold drink in your hand if possible.
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Episode 54 is a bonus episode with Doug Brown who is directing the upcoming grindcore documentary “Slave to the Grind”. We talked about his background with grindcore, the process of creating a documentary, the challenges and highlights, and he also provided 4 albums to check out for people who are newer to grindcore. Stay tuned for a regular episode coming hopefully in the next week.
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We’ve got new music recommendations, a guest live review of Devin Townsend, Gojira, & Opeth, from Jake of Polykill Podcast, and our main feature is our favorite metal cover songs (starts at 28 mins in). It turned into a battle against the hosts to guess the song, band covering, and band being covered. Play along and let us know how many points you come up with! We ended the episode with an interview with the very entertaining Jason Keyser of Origin (starts at 1:16). Listen at the link, on iTunes, Stitcher, & most other podcast apps
We kept things short and sweet for episode 52 with an album discussion on the Roadrunner United Allstars Compilation from 2005 (featuring collaborations from 57 artists from 45 past and present Roadrunner bands such as Killswitch Engage, Deicide, Trivium, Fear Factory, Suffocation, Slipknot, and many more) and an interview with Trey Williams, the drummer of Dying Fetus. We discussed their new album “Wrong One to Fuck With” and more. We also talked about some new music weve been listening to.
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Well this episode went a little long but we were having so much fun we couldn’t help it. Lots of beers were drank – especially Stan and lots of music clips were played. We have an interview with Nails drummer Taylor Young who also plays guitar in Twitching Tongues, plays in many other bands, and is also an accomplished producer. We started off with what we’ve been listening to including Artificial Brain, Ghost Iris, Extremity, Mantar, talked about two listener recommendation/requests including Slice the Cake’s “Odyssey to the West” & While She Sleeps “You are We” & than answered a listener question of what we think about live albums and our favorite ones. We also listed each of our top 5 guest parts and had a contest on who could name the song guest vocalist first. Stay tuned for the winner and play along! Read More>
We got pretty technical on this episode and discussed Necrophagist’s classic tech death masterpiece “Epitaph”, listed our 5 favorite tech death albums, and interviewed Malcom Pugh of Inferi, A Loathing Requiem, & Virulent Depravity. He got into the idea behind Inferi, his musical background, his favorite tech death bands, and also his opinion on the Necrophagist album. We also talked about the Virulent Depravity album did a listener request and talked about Knocked Loose’s last album “Laugh Tracks”, and talked about what we have been listening to. Read More>
We have a great in depth interview with Dylan Walker, the vocalist of Full of Hell to talk about their new album, touring with death metal legends, progression as a band, history, and a lot more. We also had a look at the new albums from two old school groove focused bands Obituary & Six Feet Under and discussed the new Mastodon album “Empire of Sand” (with guest August Furhman), as well as our normal section of what we have been listening to.
Episode 48 is a special bonus episode featuring two interviews and some talk about Born of Osiris’s new re-release “The Eternal Reign”. We still have a normal episode with new recommendations, interviews, and album reviews coming soon but for now here is an episode featuring an interview with Jason Richardson (ex Born of Osiris, All Shall Perish, & Chelsea Grin) discussing his past bands, his recent solo album, his thoughts on Born of Osiris’s “The Discovery”, and more. We also spoke with Within the Ruins guitarist and main song writer Joe Cocchi about their new album, songwriting, and playing live with one guitarist. Read More>
We talked to Mike Shleibaum, the guitarist of Darkest Hour about their new album and direction, thoughts on Anders leaving At the Gates (and Metalsucks nomination for Mike to replace him), his favorite riffs, and some good ol’ Swedish Death Metal. We also reviewed their latest album “Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora” & stepped back to 2006 to discuss Lamb of God’s album “Sacrament”. As for what we’ve been listening to check out the song list below! Listen here, on Itunes, Stitcher, & most podcast apps. Read More>
We talked about new music from Immolation, Aeternam, Sunlights Bane, The Ominous Circle, and reviewed the After the Burial/Fit for an Autopsy show as well as the Metal Blade 35th anniversary tour featuring Allegaeon, Goatwhore, Cattle Decapitation, & Whitechapel. We also reviewed the new Fit For an Autopsy Album “The Great Collapse” out on March 17th and interviewed the guitarist Patrick Sheridan. We apologize for the noise during the interview but the 2nd half gets a bit quieter. Listen here, on Stitcher, or on the iTunes podcast app. Read More>
Show review by listener August Fuhrman
First, this is only a review for the Rivers set. I’m not too familiar with the other acts- Rotten Sound, Ringworm, and Darkest Hour. So I didn’t think I could give them a decent review. Read More>
Show review by listener James Branstetter
I went to The New Reign tour last night with high expectations. Let me tell you this, I think it was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. Period. Maybe not THE BEST. But holy fuck. Lemme run through this bitch chronologically. Read More>
For episode 45 we each came up with 5 of our favorite beautiful songs/moments in metal and provided 6 new music recommendations to check out! This episode was a lot of fun recording yet hard to narrow down to only 5. And dont worry, there’s plenty of less beautiful moments in the new recommendation section if your worried we are softening up!
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As usual we talk and play music from some new releases and albums weve been into lately, get a reaction on the new Suicide Silence single, and than go in deep on a throwback review and discussion on Edge of Sanity’s classic prog/deathmetal masterpiece “Crimson”. We were even joined by Dan Swano – the mastermind behind Edge of Sanity to discuss the album further as well as his new album from his Witherscape project. If you havent listened to this album yet do yourself a favor and check it out. Fans of Opeth will not be dissapointed. Listen below, iTunes podcast app, and most other podcast apps
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We continue our count down of our top 15 albums metal and hardcore albums of 2016! Still a good mix of bigger and smaller bands with a few odd suprises as well.
A full album list will be posted on our facebook page in the near future but for now its still a suprise!
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We count down and discuss each of our top 15 albums metal and hardcore albums of 2016! We cover quite a few metal subgenres with our lists with some big names and lesser known bands. The episode ends on our pick for album 7 and will pick back up in part 2 coming soon. A full album list will be posted on our facebook page in the near future but for now its a suprise! Listen below, on most podcast hosting websites/apps as well as the iTunes podcast app