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Episode #52: The Maestro Scourged His Chained Slave 1

Episode #52: The Maestro Scourged His Chained Slave

SonOfOdin sits down with Rock-Lobster Johnson to discuss new albums from Bat and Winterhorde. The indie segment showcases some Grecian power metal with The Silent Rage, and Rock-Lob inducts a second Iron Maiden album into Heavy Metal Valhalla.

Episode #51: Dark Kingdom of the Rock Titans 0

Episode #51: Dark Kingdom of the Rock Titans

El Goro has ridden off to the land of TWORP, so SonOfOdin enlists The Fat Kid to review new albums from Iron Savior and Texas Hippie Coalition. SonOfOdin challenges TFK with indie act Slugdge, and TFK responds with making a case for Lordi’s entry into Metal Valhalla.

Quick Shots #21: Magic Vision 0

Quick Shots #21: Magic Vision

SonOfOdin is in a female-fronted doom metal mood this month with new fuzzed-out trippiness from Purson and Psychedelic Witchcraft followed by more traditional doom metal from Worship of Keres

Episode #50: The Meth Dispenser Creates A Bloody Euphony 0

Episode #50: The Meth Dispenser Creates A Bloody Euphony

El Goro and SonOfOdin check out a pair of new industrial releases this month with Al Jourgensen’s new project, Surgical Meth Machine, and Rob Zombie. The back half of the show goes more metal with the blackened melodic death assault from Hyperion and Black Sabbath’s classic 1973 album. There is...

Quick Shots #20: Eternal Gods 0

Quick Shots #20: Eternal Gods

SonOfOdin is in a blackened folk mood this month with new albums from Finland’s Moonsorrow and Austria’s Bifröst. The bonus track shifts the ancestry from Scandinavian to Celtic with Spain’s Briargh.

Episode #49: The Viking Kicked the Profane Juranoid's Balls Until It Was Dead 0

Episode #49: The Viking Kicked the Profane Juranoid’s Balls Until It Was Dead

El Goro and SonOfOdin start off Year Five with a mega-sized episode featuring new albums from Amon Amarth, Entombed A.D., and Hammer Fight. El Goro indulges his childlike mindset with Hevisaurus while SonOfOdin confronts his own heterosexuality with Accept’s biggest album. The Sons also look back at SoMP Year Four...