Category: Side Stage

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Five Years of The Sons of Metal!

Five years ago today, your eardrums were blessed violated by the voices of El Goro and SonOfOdin. 1,826 days and sixy episodes later, the show is still going on, albeit different in various ways. The following is a "Best Of" collection of episodes mashed together for your hopeful enjoyment.

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Side Stage January 4, 2016: A Tribute to Lemmy

The Side Stage contains infrequent music-centric podcasts to hold you over between regular episodes. On December 28, 2015, the world lost a veritable legend in Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, the bassist and frontman for the legendary rock/metal band Motörhead. Join us as we celebrate the life and music of Lemmy.

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Side Stage September 20, 2014: Ragnaröktoberfest!

The Side Stage contains infrequent music-centric podcasts to hold you over between regular episodes. To salute the German Oktoberfest (September 20 – October 5, 2014), SonOfOdin thought it would be a good idea to showcase some fine metal tunes about drinking. Of course, he was drinking when he came up...

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Side Stage March 2, 2014: The Daughters of Metal

The Side Stage contains infrequent music-centric podcasts to hold you over between regular episodes. Good friend of the show, Explodey Jo, came up with the idea for this Side Stage. Because February was Women In Horror Month, she thought it’d be a good idea to showcase some Women In Metal...

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Side Stage June 6, 2013: A Tribute to Jeff Hanneman and Slayer

The Side Stage contains infrequent music-centric podcasts to hold you over between regular episodes. On May 2, 2013, heavy metal lost a legend in Jeff Hanneman, the guitarist and principal songwriter for the legendary thrash metal band Slayer. Join us as we celebrate the life and music of Hanneman and...

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Side Stage Apr 25, 2013: Four Decades of Metal

The Side Stage contains infrequent mini-podcasts to hold you over between regular episodes. The Odinson has defied the odds made it to forty, despite years of abusive self-indulgence. Interested in the music that created this monster? Enjoy this fine selection of tracks that made the Odinson what he is today.