Episode 30 is packed full and extra long for your metal ears to enjoy. We may have a small delay before the next episode so enjoy the extra content! We answered a few listener questions about new albums, talked about some new music recommendations, did a retro review on Gojira’s L’enfant Sauvage and discussed our top 5(ish) drummers in metal. Our special guest for this episode was Sven de Caluwe, the vocalist of Aborted. We talked about their great new death/grind album “Retrogore”, horror movies, and more. Listen below, iTunes podcast app, and most podcast apps.
Our 3rd band spotlight has arrived in the form of a discussion and ranking of Parkway Drive’s discography. We also started out the episode by answering a listener question regarding what our picks are for for some legit Metalcore and we provided quite a few recommendations. Check it out below, on Stitcher, or iTunes.
We had Lukas Magyar on as our special guest for this episode to discuss everything from the experience of joining Veil of Maya and the aspects that go along with that, the album “Matriarch”, the use of clean vocals, and a lot more. Listen below, on iTunes, and most podcast apps.
For episode 27 we switched things up with half of it being a spotlight on the often looked down upon bassists in metal and who are favorites are. For the 2nd half we brought on Nick Schendzielos, the bassist of Job For a Cowboy, Cephalic Carnage, & Havok to join in on the bass conversation. We talked about all 3 bands, whats going on with Job For a Cowboy, recording Sun Eater, his favorite bassist’s, why the hell JFAC is still lumped into the death core category by some, and a lot more! Listen below, on iTunes, and most podcast apps.
We reviewed the new highly anticipated new album from Amon Amarth “Jomsviking”, discussed Unearth’s classic album “The Oncoming Storm” and even had Trevor Phipps – the vocalist of Unearth on as our guest to join in on the discussion. He talked a lot about the album as well as his opinion of metalcore, what “true metalcore” is, the changes its gone through, the early days of the Massachusetts metalcore scene, why they never added clean chorus’s to their sound, and some details on what they have written so far for their next album. We also started the episode off with new music recommendations and answered a listener question about our guilty pleasures. Listen below, on iTunes, and most podcast apps.
As always we talked about some metal news, gave a few music recommendations, and than reviewed the new Killswitch Engage Album “Incarnate”. We also did a retro album discussion on Opeth’s Blackwater Park and interviewed Fredrik Nordstrom, the producer behind the Gothenburg melodic death metal scene and a lot more.
We reviewed the new After the Burial album “Dig Deep” as well as the new Fleshgod Apocalypse album “King”. We also talked about new music recommendations, debated a March Metal Madness bracket, reviewed a Cannibal Corpse/Obituary show and ended the show with an interview with Donald Tardy of the legendary death metal band Obituary.