Episode #57: Destruction of Decayed Serpent Food

Episode #57: Destruction of Decayed Serpent Food

SonOfOdin is joined by Thrashbrowns to discuss the newest Metallica album and the debut from supergroup Serpentine Dominion. With our appetites whetted, it’s time to dive into the delectable offerings of the Food Metal project. Finally, SonOfOdin gets schooling in East Coast thrash with Overkill’s fourth album.

More Thrashbrowns:

New Releases:

Metallica : Hardwired… To Self-Destruct (2016)
What really needs said about Metallica at this point? One of the “Big Four” foundational thrash acts, the band’s recent output has been heavily divisive. Is Hardwired the album fans have been waiting for?
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Serpentine Dominion : Serpentine Dominion (2016)
What do you get when you take one of the forefathers of modern American metal and one of the best drummers said era has to offer, and put them in a band with death metal’s most iconic vocalist? Let’s find out…
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Local/Indie Band:

James Perry : Food Metal (2016)
When multi-instrumentalist James Perry was between bands, he got the idea to record a metal album purely about food. While originally intended to be a musical excercise, the final product surpassed Perry’s expectations, and he released it on the world.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Overkill : The Years of Decay (1989)
Overkill is an American thrash metal band, formed in 1980 in New Jersey, USA. Although they never got the recognition of the “Big Four”, they are often regarded as a major influencer in the East Coast metal scene.
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