Episode #40: The Plague’s Catalyst Was A Heavy Thing

Episode #40: The Plague's Catalyst Was A Heavy ThingEl Goro and SonOfOdin keep it all in the English language this month. First, SonOfOdin wants to see if Paradise Lost have returned to their heavy roots. El Goro then indulges in some weirdness with Nekrogoblikon and their newest album. North Carolinians Extinction Level Event bring the clank, and Mike Patton and the rest of Faith No More bring some rap/funk influence into the Valhalla.

New Releases:

Paradise Lost : The Plague Within (2015)
Paradise Lost is an English gothic/doom metal band that has been active since 1988. After spearheading the doom/death movement of the 1990s, the band went with a lighter sound for several years and have recently begun incorporating their heavier early elements into their current sound.
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Nekrogoblikon : Heavy Meta (2015)
Nekrogoblikon are an American melodic death/folk metal band based in Los Angeles. The group was formed in 2006, and their music centers around fun and goblins.
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Local/Indie Band:

Extinction Level Event : The Catalyst (2015)
North Carolina’s Extinction Level Event have dubbed their music style as "clank" — an all-bass, djent-influenced style of progressive metal.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Faith No More : The Real Thing (1989)
Faith No More is an American band from San Francisco, formed in 1981. The band are credited for inventing the alternative metal genre that fuses metal with other genres, including rap and alternative rock.
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