Episode #44: Mutilated Without Principles At Golgotha

Episode #44: Mutilated Without Principles At GolgothaEl Goro and SonOfOdin check out new albums from bands of their pasts, W.A.S.P. and Vehemence. SonOfOdin takes them down to Brazil for some genre-defying music from Lothlöryen, and El Goro brings some classic Cannibal Corpse into Heavy Metal Valhalla.

New Releases:

W.A.S.P. : Golgotha (2015)
W.A.S.P. was one of the most notorious bands on the PMRC‘s hit list, and frontman Blackie Lawless embodied everything they hated. Recently, however, Blackie has become a born-again Christian, and the songs have gone in a more serious direction.
Get this album: Amazon.comCD UniverseiTunesBarnes & NobleSpotify

Vehemence : Forward Without Motion (2015)
Formed in 1997, Arizona-based melodic death metal act Vehemence broke up in 2005, but reunited again in 2007. Eight years later, the band is back with their first new LP since the break-up.
Get this album: BandcampBattleground Records

Local/Indie Band:

Lothlöryen : Principles Of A Past Tomorrow (2015)
Eschewing the thrash tendencies of their native Brazil, Lothlöryen blend folk metal with elements of progressive and power metal as well to create a unique sound in the South American landscape.
Get this album: Big CartelAmazon.comiTunes     Info: Facebook

Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Cannibal Corpse : Tomb Of The Mutilated (1992)
Since 1990’s Eaten Back To Life Cannibal Corpse has continuously produced crushing death metal with violently evocative lyrics, making them the all-time top-selling death metal band in the U.S.A.
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