Episode #48: Extremely Drunk and Fearless During the Rituals

Episode #48: Extremely Drunk and Fearless During the RitualsEl Goro and SonOfOdin check out new releases from the resurrected street metal Swedes in Gehennah and grandiose black metal from Greece’s Rotting Christ. They also check out some experimental death metal from a Mexican band called Acrania and head to Germany to induct Teutonic thrashers Kreator into Heavy Metal Valhalla.

New Releases:

Gehennah : Too Loud To Live, Too Drunk To Die (2016)
Originally a Venom cover band, Sweden’s Gehennah decided to create their own original material instead. Although active during the early 1990s, Gehennah didn’t release any new material between 1997 and 2014. This is their first LP in nearly twenty years.
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Rotting Christ : Rituals (2016)
Greece’s Rotting Christ originally started in 1987 with a grindcore influence. Since then, they entered a brief gothic metal phase before settling into a more straightforward black metal direction.
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Local/Indie Band:

Acrania : Fearless (2015)
Throwing convention to the wind, Mexico’s Acrania seamlessly mix death metal with samba and Mexican tribal music to create a sound unlike anything else on the market today.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Kreator : Extreme Aggression (1989)
One of the Big Four of Teutonic Thrash, Kreator have experimented heavily with their sound over their many years. Extreme Aggression finds them at the cusp of toying with death metal elements while still maintaining the classic German sound.
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