Episode #10: Them Silver and Black Spears

Episode #10: Them Silver and Black SpearsEl Goro and SonOfOdin survived the Mayan Apocalypse, so it’s time to check out some more metal! First up — Swedish death metal. Then it’s back to the States for some symphonic power metal. After that, grab your swords and flagons for some cold, frosty Indiana doom. Concept album coverage continues with the vocal acrobatics of one of metal’s legends.

New Releases:

Aeon : Aeons Black (2012)
Despite hailing from Sweden, Aeon eschewed traditional Swedish death metal, embracing a brutal and blasphemous style more reminiscent of Deicide and Cannibal Corpse. While wearing their influences proudly, they’ve developed a style all their own and are poising to become one of the genre’s most well-known bands.
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Kamelot : Silverthorn (2012)
Kamelot’s elaborate melodic power metal integrates progressive elements, doom/gothic metal, and classical music, allowing these Floridians to practically define their own genre. Now with a new singer, Kamelot is ready to start a new chapter in their musical evolution.
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Local/Indie Band:

Thorr-Axe : Wall of Spears (2011)
Hailing from the woolly wastelands of Bloomfield, Indiana, comes a battle-ready trio of youngsters combining Viking-themed lyrics with a unique mix of sludge, groove, and old-school doom. Hide your booze and your daughters should these Warriors Three show up in your town.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

King Diamond : Them (1988)
The frontman for Mercyful Fate and his own eponymous band, King Diamond, should require no introduction. The Grammy-nominated Danish vocalist is known throughout the metal community for his extensive vocal range and trademark falsetto.
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