Episode #42: The Highlight of a Class M Supernova

Episode #42: The Highlight of a Class M SupernovaEl Goro and SonOfOdin are all over the map this month with new releases from Myrkur (Denmark) and The Sword (USA), indie death metal goodness from Sarpentra (Russia), and more black metal enters the Valhalla with Dissection (Sweden).

New Releases:

Myrkur : M (2015)
Although Amalie Bruun was previously part of an indie-pop duo, she has since created a new identity where she can experiment with atmospheric post-metal, second-wave black metal, and gothic folk metal creating a sound that is uniquely her own.
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The Sword : High Country (2015)
Hailing from Austin, Texas, The Sword play a variation of stoner doom metal with heavy influence from 1960s and 1970s rock.
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Local/Indie Band:

Sarpentra : Supernova (2015)
Currently shrouded in secrecy, Sarpentra is a blackened death metal band from Russia that also incorporates many technical death metal elements into their sound.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Dissection : Storm of the Light’s Bane (1995)
Despite only releasing three albums (primarily due to the legal troubles caused by various band members’ involvement in the Misanthropic Luciferian Order), Dissection created a unique identity by melding black metal with melodic death metal leaving a legacy that transcended its members’ notoriety.
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