Episode #45: Death and the Art of Raven Skeletons

Episode #45: Death and the Art of Raven SkeletonsEl Goro and SonOfOdin check out a cover album from Danzig and Avatarium’s second full-length. In the indie segment, El Goro entertains some Finnish melodeath with an EP by Enthring. Finally, SonOfOdin hoists the Jolly Roger and lets the filthy pirates of Running Wild raid Heavy Metal Valhalla.

New Releases:

Danzig : Skeletons (2015)
When Glenn Danzig left the Misfits, he formed the group Samhain to explore a darker, blues-influenced form of heavy metal. After a few linup changes, Danzig changed the group’s name to his own surname so that he could continue indefinitely regardless of the other membership.
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Avatarium : The Girl With The Raven Mask (2015)
When Leif Edling wanted to demo some material he wrote that was outside the Candlemass spectrum, he recruited some of the band’s former members and singer Jennie-Ann Smith to create a hybrid doom metal/’60s throwback project.
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Local/Indie Band:

Enthring : The Art Of Chaos (2015)
Enthring is a Finnish melodic death metal band that started around 2007. Despite numerous line-up changes and other uphill struggles, the band has evolved into an explosive force.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Running Wild : Death Or Glory (1989)
Forming way back in 1976, Running Wild initially played Satanic-themed music, but switched to a pirate/historical theme on their third album and became a major influnce on the German speed metal scene of the 1980s and 1990s.
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