Episode #17: It Makes Us Walk Through The American Night

It Makes Us Walk Through The American NightEl Goro and SonOfOdin start out by checking what multi-band frontman Philip Anselmo is up to. After that, they debate whether there’s such a thing as "too bombastic" with European act Powerwolf. In the indie segment, they revisit a thrash band they saw in Kent with Brazil’s Machinage. Finally, SonOfOdin dredges up a lesser-known thrash act with Arizona’s Sacred Reich.

Explodey Jo’s Recommended Bands:
Hark
Godsized

New Releases:

Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals : Walk Through Exits Only (2013)
Phil Anselmo came to fame during his tenure with Pantera. After Pantera’s split, he sang for Superjoint Ritual, Down, and various side projects. Now, he’s assembled his own subgenre-crossing project to try and attract a new set of fans.
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Powerwolf : Preachers of the Night (2013)
Powerwolf is a multi-national power metal band who eschew typical power metal tropes and instead utilize themes and imagery more indicative of black/extreme metal. Their tongues might be firmly planted in their cheeks, but the music lives up to their name.
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Local/Indie Band:

Machinage : It Makes Us Hate (2011)
Hailing from Brazil, Machinage avoids subgenre expectations and writes songs that mix ’80s thrash with modern stylings to create a unique, yet aggressive sound reminiscent of Anthrax and Megadeth.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Sacred Reich : The American Way (1990)
Based out of Phoenix, AZ, Sacred Reich plays speed/thrash metal with politically-fueled lyrics. The band broke up in 2000, and their albums were difficult to acquire in the pre-digital music age. Although they never achieved the success of the Big Four, older metal fans will usually cite them as one of the better thrash bands of the 1990s.
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