Episode #41: A Blessed Coma After the Chaos Orgy

Episode #41: A Blessed Coma After the Chaos OrgyEl Goro and SonOfOdin start out with some high-concept progressive metal from Between the Buried and Me. Then things go less highbrow but more bombastic with Powerwolf’s newest album. If that wasn’t classy enough, then some brutal death metal from RazorRape should hit the spot. Finally, the Valhalla gets a healthy dose of war metal with Bolt Thrower’s second album.

New Releases:

Between The Buried And Me : Coma Ecliptic (2015)
Between the Buried and Me are a progressive metal act from North Carolina. Named after a section of lyrics in a Counting Crows song, BTBAM employ atypical songwriting structures to create their unique sound.
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Powerwolf : Blessed & Possessed (2015)
Powerwolf is a multi-national power metal band who eschew typical power metal tropes and instead utilize themes and imagery more indicative of black/extreme metal. Their tongues might be firmly planted in their cheeks, but the music lives up to their name.
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Local/Indie Band:

RazorRape : Orgy In Guts (2015)
Sweden’s RazorRape play a hybrid of brutal death metal and goregrind with some dips into slam.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Bolt Thrower : Realm Of Chaos (Slaves To Darkness) (1989)
Bolt Thrower are a British death metal band who were one of the few bands of the era whose sound originated from grindcore rather than thrash metal. Centering most of their songs around war and the Warhammer game universe, Bolt Thrower also developed a signature sound that set them apart from other death metal bands of the time.
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