Episode #29: Machine Demo For a Barren Sun

Episode #29: Machine Demo For a Barren SunEl Goro and SonOfOdin mix it up once again this month. In new releases, it’s the progressive stylings of Mastodon and the blackened death assault of King of Asgard. Things get blacker in the indie segment with Martyrs, and the Metal Valhalla takes on a shade of Deep Purple.

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New Releases:

Mastodon : Once More ‘Round the Sun (2014)
Mastodon started out in the sludge subgenre, but quickly moved in a more progressive direction throughout each subsequent album, sometimes to critical acclaim and other times derision for deviating too much from their original sound.
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King of Asgard : Karg (2014)
After Mithotyn dissolved in 1999, two of the members formed Falconer while the others played in various bands before reuniting in 2008 to form King of Asgard and return to their Viking metal roots.
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Local/Indie Band:

Martyrs : Demo 2014 (2014)
Martyrs is a two-person band from Norway that plays in a progressive blackened metal style.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Deep Purple : Machine Head (1972)
Deep Purple are an English band formed in 1968 and considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock. Originally a progressive rock band, they shifted their sound heavier, and the "Mark II" era of the band laid the foundation for modern power metal.
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