Episode #13: All My Blood Taken By The Devil

Episode #13: All My Blood Taken By The DevilEl Goro and SonOfOdin check out some new releases from Finland and Germany with Finntroll and Heavatar. Coming back to the States, we check out some deathcore from El Goro’s stomping grounds in Taken By Talons. Finally, SonOfOdin tries reliving the glory days of L.A. glam with a Crüe Classic.

New Releases:

Finntroll : Blodsvept (2013)
One of folk metal’s pioneers, Finntroll may not have any original members left, but the black metal and polka-inspired septet continue to put out their unique-sounding music.
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Heavatar : Opus I — All My Kingdoms (2013)
Heavatar is the side project of Stefan Schmidt, the main creative force behind the (mostly) a capella group Van Canto. Schmidt’s goal was to create a power metal album where tracks are inspired by classical pieces.
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Local/Indie Band:

Taken by Talons : Taken by Talons (2012)
Does Cleveland indeed “rock”? Local deathcore act Taken By Talons are attempting to prove it does with a musical delivery that’s interesting, moving, bone-crunching, and expressive with their self-titled debut.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Mötley Crüe : Shout At The Devil (1983)
While glam can be quite divisive, it’s impossible not to recognize its influence on metal of the 1980s and pre-grunge 1990s. Of these, Mötley Crüe is one of the first names people think of, and their second album was one of the heavier and darker albums in this subgenre.
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