This week, regular co-host Cody joins us for a whole lot of news. And of course I immediately derail it by trolling him. But then, we discuss: Revolver’s 20 essential nu-metal albums list, new music from Dol Ammad, Within the Ruins, Skyharbor, Monuments, Metal Allegiance, Doug Moore of Pyrrhon performing with an orchestra, Neckbeard Deathcamp, Science of Disorder, Voivod, Beyond Creation, Geist of Trinity, and Behemoth. Also Testament’s new cryptocurrency. Then we do a cool people section about some games, movies, and Cody’s vegetarian diet. Enjoy!
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I promise this episode title isn’t about the podcast itself. I think this is one of the better episodes in a while, in fact! We discuss a bunch of new music, including Krisiun, Epica, Born of Osiris, Anaal Nathrakh, Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway, and Erra. Then some happenings, like Kvelertak getting a new vocalist, Matt Tuck of Bullet For My Valentine and his terrible hot take, The Ocean (not to be confused with Oceano, Eden) working on a double album, Eden’s Alkaloid prognotes, and me meeting a fellow metal musician and discovering his awesome band Cartilage. Along the ride, we discuss how modern production is ruining death metal (I promise it’s not “old man yells at clouds”), the DC cinematic universe, and more. Also, we do cool people time with Enter the Gungeon and Middle Earth: Shadow of War DLC, and me waxing poetic about puzzle games, including The Spectrum Retreat, (The) Portal 1/2, The Talos Principle, The Witness, The Swapper and more. Enjoy!
Another week, another #content. This week we talk about some news, some releases, and some other random stuff. Serj talking about why they’re not working on a new System of a Down album, Mikael Akerfeldt talking about the upcoming Opeth album, Eden talking about his band Instar’s new single, the new Pig Destroyer song, and new albums by Obscura and Between the Buried and Me. Oh, and also the new Horrendous track, and last year’s Ne Obliviscaris album. Finally, cool people stuff with some classic sci-fi, some modern sci-fi, and some horror. Enjoy!
This week we bring you “the content”s in our regular fashion. Shocking. We talk about Apple Music surpassing Spotify in the US, Dol Ammad’s new album, new Aborted, new Soulfly, new Black Fast, and a few other random topics. Then we spend some time discussing the notion of newer things in music being better due to being able to build up on older works, and a lot of alternative explanations, implications, and counterarguments to this idea. Then, cool people time with The First Purge, Ryan Brown’s Curse Words, Ant-Man & The Wasp, and more. Enjoy!
This week we’re super enthusiastic to bring you the contents! All of it. Specifically, Akon’s cryptocurrency haven, Tidal’s lawsuit, Michael Keene’s and The Faceless’s troubles, Cavalera Conspiracy doing a Sepultura throwback tour, Lamb of God in sign language, the new Obscura album, Periphery’s new label, Mike Shinoda’s new video, Antisoph, Shylmagoghnar, and Ghostbound. Then, cool people time with Westworld and a bunch of roguelikes. Enjoy?
You may be shocked to learn that this episode being late isn’t actually my fault. Anyway, regular co-host Cody joins me this week to discuss literally nothing. Memes are real: Weezer covered Toto’s “Africa”. New stuff from Chthe’ilist, Defeated Sanity, Obscura and Hoth. Then we do a cool people section on Cody starting to play bass (plus some useless tips for me about learning bass), Hereditary, Hollow Knight, God of War (extended spoilery discussion) and Ocean’s 8. Enjoy!
This week we have little new news, so we talk about the year so far. The few news items we have are the new Mask of Judas album, the new First Fragment Drummer, and upcoming Black Fast material. Then we talk about a bunch of albums from this year, and play “Will you forget this in 6 month or 6 years”? Finally, cool people time with Vampyr, Brooklyn Nine Nine, and Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams. Enjoy!
Ever heard of Scholomance? Their tenure lasted between 1995 and 2003, and they were way ahead of their time. Helmed by keyboard player extraordinaire Jimmy Pitts (Eternity’s End, Equipoise, NYN), their brand of progressive death metal was fantastic. Unfortunately, they broke up, but that never stopped Jimmy. He’s been working with a host of talented musicians, including Hannes Grossmann and Danny Tunker of Alkaloid, Carl August Tidemann (ex-Arcturus), Tom “Fountainhead” Geldschläger (Defeated Sanity, ex-Obscura), Ron Jarzombek (Watchtower, Blotted Science), Vishal J Singh (Amogh Symphony), Phil Tougas (First Fragment), Jerry Twyford (Scholomance, Pitts Minnemann Project) and more! Does that line-up make you dizzy? If so, check out the song below the jump, and contribute to their crowd-funder here! Be quick, as there’s only a few days left!
Yay, this week there’s stuff! Some good, some bad! New As I Lay Dying (ugh), Babymetal, Dol Ammad, this cool Russian band Sunless Rise, the Perturbator school shooting shitshow, The Lion’s Daughter, Contrarian, Bridge Burner, Leprous, Uada, Suotana. Then, cool people stuff with Hereditary, Beacon 23, Sisyphean, Yoku’s Island Express. Enjoy!
It gives me great pleasure to bring you this premiere. Technical death metal masters Augury are back after almost a…