Episode #19: Bloody War of the Steel Valkyries

Bloody War of the Steel ValkyriesEl Goro and SonOfOdin revisit one of the pioneers of grindcore and melodic death with Carcass’s new album. Next, it’s time to check out the folk stylings of Faroe Islanders Týr. In the indie segment, former members of classic metal acts band together to form Death Dealer. Last, but not least, the late Peter Steele finally enters the Valhalla with Type O Negative’s breakout album.

New Releases:

Carcass : Surgical Steel (2013)
Starting as a goregrind band, Carcass eventually evolved into what became the melodic death style before their 1996 split. Recently reunited, albeit with some different members, the metal community wonders what the band has in store for the 21st century.
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Týr : Valkyrja (2013)
Refusing to adhere to a strict subgenre, Týr started out playing doom metal, but they have since moved to an interesting hybrid of folk, progressive, and power metal.
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Local/Indie Band:

Death Dealer : War Master (2013)
It’s hard to argue with the pedigree of a band that includes members that worked with Manowar, the Dictators, Rob Halford, Lizzy Borden, Udo Dirkschneider, and Cage. That’s exactly who the members of the newly-launched Death Dealer were previously associated with — vocalist Sean Peck, guitarists Ross the Boss and Stu Marshall, bassist Mike Davis, and drummer Rhino.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Type O Negative : Bloody Kisses (1993)
Trying to explain Type O Negative’s style is challenging at best. Incorporating elements of gothic, punk, crossover thrash, industrial, and other elements, the band centered around the booming vocals of Peter Steele. Steele’s unfortunate death in 2010 put an end to the band, but he left a legacy that cannot be forgotten.
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