Episode #32: Ride Toward Impending Slaughter By Fire

Episode #32: Ride Toward Impending Slaughter By FireEl Goro and SonOfOdin check out new albums by Texas Hippie Coalition and the reformed Godflesh. In the indie segment, The Furor blasts out some blackened thrash, and At The Gates brings more Gothenburg into the Valhalla.

New Releases:

Texas Hippie Coalition : Ride On (2014)
Hailing from a small town in Texas, THC plays a Southern-fried style of groove metal they call "red dirt metal" which is heavily influenced by performers like Molly Hatchet, Waylon Jennings, Pantera, and ZZ Top.
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Godflesh : World Lit Only By Fire (2014)
A foundational influence on modern industrial and post-metal, Godflesh formed in 1988, but disbanded in 2002. Godflesh reformed in 2010, and this is their first new album in thirteen years.
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Local/Indie Band:

The Furor : Impending Revelation (2014)
First and foremost a drummer, Austrailian Louis "Disaster" Rando started The Furor as a solo blackened thrash project to explore avenues he isn’t able to perform with his other bands.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

At The Gates : Slaughter of the Soul (1995)
At The Gates is a Swedish death metal band and one of the founding bands of the Gothenburg melodic death metal sound. The band has broken up and reformed twice now, but their back catalog continues to inspire melodeath bands to this day.
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