Episode #35: Dead Monsters From the Unholy Beast

Episode #35: Dead Monsters From the Unholy BeastEl Goro and SonOfOdin tread dangerously into cheese country with new releases from Wednesday 13 and Battle Beast. Things get more serious in the back half of the show as they check out prog/thrash metal act Satyrasis and revisit some classic extreme metal with Celtic Frost’s first LP.

Article of Discussion:
Angry Metal Guy Speaks: On Editing and the Death of the LP

New Releases:

Wednesday 13 : Monsters of the Universe: Come Out and Plague (2015)
When the Murderdolls went on hiatus, frontman Wednesday 13 embarked on a new solo career with members of his past bands and plays a mix of industrial metal and horror punk.
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Battle Beast : Unholy Savior (2015)
Battle Beast is a Finnish heavy metal band started in 2008. After several line-up changes, the band has settled on a style that mixes modern power metal with 1980s-influenced electronic music.
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Local/Indie Band:

Satyrasis : …Of The Dead (2015)
Michigan’s Satyrasis is a band with thrash metal roots and progressive tendencies. Their second LP is an opus built on tales of ambition and addiction, money and obsession, murder and war.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Celtic Frost : To Mega Therion (1985)
After the breakup of Hellhammer, Tom G. Warrior and Martin Eric Ain formed Celtic Frost. Although their sound changed several times throughout the years, the band is often cited as one of the principal inspirations for modern black metal.
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