Episode #50: The Meth Dispenser Creates A Bloody Euphony

Episode #50: The Meth Dispenser Creates A Bloody EuphonyEl Goro and SonOfOdin check out a pair of new industrial releases this month with Al Jourgensen’s new project, Surgical Meth Machine, and Rob Zombie. The back half of the show goes more metal with the blackened melodic death assault from Hyperion and Black Sabbath’s classic 1973 album.

There is also a major announcement that impacts the future of the show.

New Releases:

Surgical Meth Machine : Surgical Meth Machine (2016)
After the untimely death of Mike Scaccia, Al Jourgensen decided to end Ministry. He has since gone solo under a new band name to go with his new focus.
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Rob Zombie : The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser (2016)
Growing up on a steady diet of horror films, shock rock, and comic books, Rob Zombie has participated in all three of his main loves. After a successful run with White Zombie, Rob embarked on a solo music career to varying degrees of success.
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Local/Indie Band:

Hyperion : Seraphical Euphony (2016)
Hyperion is a blackened melodic death metal band from Sweden. They take a lot of influence from both the Scandinavian black metal and Gothenburg scenes.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Black Sabbath : Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973)
Black Sabbath originally formed in 1968 as a heavy blues rock band named Earth. They incorporated occult themes with horror-inspired lyrics and tuned-down guitars becoming possibly the most influential band in all of heavy metal.
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