Episode #33: Vaettir Entangled in a Juletide Covenant

Episode #33: Vaettir Entangled in a Juletide CovenantEl Goro and SonOfOdin offend three different countries this episode with their gross mispronunciation of Iceland’s Skàlmöld, Finland’s Raskasta Joulua, and Denmark’s Aphyxion. Fortunately, Florida’s Morbid Angel give their tongues a break.

New Releases:

Skàlmöld : Með vættum (2014)
Translating to “Age of Sword”, Iceland’s Skàlmöld play a heavier style of Scandinavian folk metal, incorporating elements of death and black metal along with multi-dimensional arrangements to add new interest to a sometimes stale genre.
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Raskasta Joulua : Ragnarok Juletide (2014)
Raskasta Joulua is a Finnish supergroup featuring musicians and vocalists from several top heavy metal and hard rock bands. They gather every year to tour their heavier interpretations of classic Christmas songs much like the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
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Local/Indie Band:

Aphyxion : Earth Entangled (2014)
Blending melodic death metal, thrash, and traditional death metal, Denmark’s Aphyxion try to throw a new light on modern death metal, acknowledging their influences while creating a sound for the modern era.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Morbid Angel : Covenant (1993)
Along with fellow statesmen Cannibal Corpse, Death, and Deicide, Morbid Angel are one of the pioneers of the Florida death metal scene in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Their third album, Covenant was the best-selling death metal album for a number of years.
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