Episode #43: Doom of the Repentless Prussian Wizards

Episode #43: Doom of the Repentless Prussian WizardsEl Goro and SonOfOdin check out new releases from the thrash legends Slayer and power metal side project Gloryhammer. El Goro takes us to Latvia for some blackened folk metal with Skyforger while SonOfOdin prepares for Halloween with Candlemass.

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Bands Emilio Recommended:

New Releases:

Slayer : Repentless (2015)
While they should need no introduction, Slayer is an American thrash metal band from California, formed in 1981 by Kerry King and the late Jeff Hanneman. Slayer is credited as one of the “Big Four” thrash metal bands, along with Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax.
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Gloryhammer : Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards (2015)
Gloryhammer is a Scottish-Swiss epic power metal band founded by Alestorm frontman Christopher Bowes. The band members each represent a character in their albums’ story concepts about a fictionalized history of Scotland.
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Skyforger : Senprūsija (2015)
Hailing from Latvia, Skyforger’s unique combination of traditional Baltic folk music and modern metal influences has given them a wide appeal since their inception back in 1995.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Candlemass : Epicus Doomicus Metallicus (1986)
Candlemass is a Swedish doom metal band established in 1984 by Leif Edling and Matz Ekström. Their debut album’s pseudo-Latin title coined a new subgenre for their brand of music — epic doom metal.
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