Episode #14: Venomous Ladies Among the Gates

Venomous Ladies Among the GatesEl Goro and SonOfOdin venture into some unique sonic landscapes this episode. They start out with some Danish “metalbilly” and seeing what mood Rob Zombie is in this year. After that, it’s time to check out some thrash metal, first with an independent Chilean act, and then revisiting one of the classics of the subgenre.

New Releases:

Volbeat : Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies (2013)
Rising from the ashes of the death metal band Dominus, Michael Poulsen and company drew from their early loves of Johnny Cash and Mercyful Fate, creating a hybrid groove metal/rockabilly act that gave Poulsen an avenue to really show off his vocal talents.
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Rob Zombie : Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor (2013)
Growing up on a steady diet of horror films, shock rock, and comic books, Rob Zombie has participated in all three of his main loves. After a successful run with White Zombie, Rob embarked on a solo music career to varying degrees of success.
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Local/Indie Band:

Warbreath : Gates of Beyond (2013)
Warbreath is a Chilean power/thrash metal hybrid honing their style to create music with an ideal mix of great riffs, technical musicianship, and soaring vocals.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Anthrax : Among the Living (1987)
One of the “Big Four” thrash acts, Anthrax constantly pushed their sound in various directions, dipping into hardcore and even hip-hop. Despite some churn in the band members, Anthrax is still putting out albums. However, Among the Living, is still considered one of the best thrash albums of all time.
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