Episode #23: Terrible Plagues From Hydra Flame

Episode #23: Terrible Plagues From Hydra FlameEl Goro and SonOfOdin tread back into more familiar territory this month with the thrash/power metal stylings of Iced Earth and the female-fronted Within Temptation. Then it’s a return to Finland for some electronic death metal with indie act Coraxo. Finally, they revisit the early days of industrial metal with cuddly Uncle Al and his band Ministry.

New Releases:

Iced Earth : Plagues of Babylon (2014)
Formed in 1990 and undergoing numerous line-up changes over the years with Jon Schaffer the only remaining member, Iced Earth has proven its longevity with their blend of power and thrash metal.
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Within Temptation : Hydra (2014)
The Netherlands’ Within Temptation has tread the fine line between symphonic and gothic metal over the years, centering on the vocals of Sharon den Adel. With this album, the band recruits several guest singers for many of the songs.
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Local/Indie Band:

Coraxo : Starlit Flame (2013)
Coraxo is a Finnish band that combines death metal with an electronic element inspired by science fiction and horror movies and TV of the 1950s–1970s.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Ministry : The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste (1989)
Ministry have been regarded as one of the pioneers of the industrial genre along with others like Skinny Puppy, Godflesh, and Nine Inch Nails. Following the death of guitarist and co-founder Mike Scaccia, frontman Al Jourgensen said the band is broken up for real this time. This album and its successor, ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ, are often considered their two best albums.
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