Episode #61: Prelude to a Thousand Heartless Wars

Episode #61: Prelude to a Thousand Heartless Wars

Again, the show is temporarily retitled "The Siblings of Metal" this month as SonOfOdin is joined by the Mighty English Valkyrie, Explodey Jo! We talk new albums from Ex Deo and Pallbearer, along with a female-fronted Colombian thrash metal act called Lucifera. Finally, we talk about shifting band styles as we revisit Amorphis’s second album.

Pre-Show Banter

New Releases:

Ex Deo : The Immortal Wars (2017)
Ex Deo is a Canadian death metal band formed in 2008 in Montreal, Quebec. The band is a side project of Kataklysm frontman Maurizio Iacono, with lyrics concerning the history of the Roman Empire.
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Pallbearer : Heartless (2017)
Pallbearer is a progressive/doom metal band from Little Rock, Arkansas, USA, formed in 2008.
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Local/Indie Band:

Lucifera : Preludio del Mal (2017)
Lucifera is a female-fronted blackened thrash quartet from Colombia. Their music is sung in Spanish with catchy, yet aggressive riffs.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Amorphis : Tales From The Thousand Lakes (1994)
Amorphis is a Finnish heavy metal band founded in 1990. Initially, the band was a death metal act, but on later albums they evolved into playing other genres, including progressive and folk metal. They frequently use the Kalevala (a.k.a. the Epic Poem of Finland) as a source for their lyrics.
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