Episode #25: Curved Thunder From The Pariah’s Heavens

Episode #25: Curved Thunder From The Pariah's HeavensEl Goro and SonOfOdin keep it European this month, checking out new albums from Finland’s Sonata Artica and Germany’s Stormwarrior. Then they listen to some instrumental djent/prog from England’s Miroist, and SonOfOdin introduces El Goro to funeral doom with the only album from Finland’s Thergothon.

New Releases:

Sonata Arctica : Pariah’s Child (2014)
Sonata Arctica is a Finnish power metal band with songs centering around fantasy and philosophical themes. Their music often incorporates elements of symphonic and progressive metal as well as lots of vocal harmonization.
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Stormwarrior : Thunder & Steele (2014)
Stormwarrior is a band from Germany drawing a lot of influence from 1980s heavy metal, especially bands like Helloween and Running Wild. Their lyrics revolve around Scando-Germanic myth and folklore, making them essentially a Viking speed metal band.
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Local/Indie Band:

Miroist : Curve (2014)
Miroist is an English instrumental project meshing the intense grooves of djent and progressive metal with the deep ambient tones of post-metal and electronica.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Thergothon : Stream From The Heavens (1994)
Finland’s Thergothon were one of the pioneers of the funeral doom subgenre, despite disbanding two years before the release of their only album. Their songs are extremely slow and employ heavy guitar riffs, extremely deep death grunts, and sparse lead guitar melodies.
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