Episode #15: Construct a Flier to Waste the Blizzard

Construct a Flier to Waste the BlizzardEl Goro and SonOfOdin take a trip over to Sweden to check out some pioneers of the Gothenburg melodic death scene. After that, they return to the U.S. to check out the second album from some Type O Negative alumni. Then it’s back to Europe to check out a new Danish indie act. Finally, they revisit 1980 to see how the other half of the Black Sabbath split turned out.

New Releases:

Dark Tranquillity : Construct (2013)
When someone says “melodic death metal” the Gothenburg scene is usually the first to come to mind. Dark Tranquillity is one of the pioneers in this style, and their sound’s twenty-year evolution is instantly recognizable to most fans of the subgenre.
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A Pale Horse Named Death : Lay My Soul To Waste (2013)
After Type O Negative and Life of Agony ceased to be, Sal Abruscato got some friends together to form a new grunge-inspired gothic metal group. Following the success of their first album, A Pale Horse Named Death returns with their sophomore release.
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Local/Indie Band:

The World State : Flier (2013)
The World State is Danish composer Leif Nielsen’s dream project. Featuring the immaculate voice of Monika Pedersen, Nielsen takes his life-long worship of movie soundtracks, rock, metal, and classical music to create a unique sonic landscape.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Ozzy Osbourne : Blizzard of Ozz (1980)
When Ozzy split with Sabbath, people thought he was done, but the Prince of Darkness found one of the greatest guitarists of all time and embarked on a solo career spanning decades and influencing many of the acts that followed.
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