Episode #63: The Keys to Fucking With a Savage Colossus

Episode #63: The Keys to Fucking With a Savage Colossus

SonOfOdin is joined this month by ex-Decaturite, Murf, to talk about new albums from Dying Fetus and Igorrr. The podcast is invaded by an ursine kaiju in the form of Bear Mace, and Murf shares his love for classic German speed metal with Helloween’s second album.

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More Murf:

New Releases:

Dying Fetus : Wrong One to Fuck With (2017)
Dying Fetus is a technical/brutal death metal band from Maryland, USA. Their music consists of hook-laden song structures, dual vocalists, blast beats, complex riffing, slam riffs, and heavy breakdowns.
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Igorrr : Savage Sinusoid (2017)
Igorrr is the brainchild of Frenchman Gautier Serre. Igorrr is a fusion of industrial music, death metal, and Baroque-inspired classical music.
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Local/Indie Band:

Bear Mace : Butchering the Colossus (2017)
Hailing from Chicago, IL, USA, Bear Mace describe their sound as "planet crushing death metal". Basically, that translates to a spaced-out cross between Bolt Thrower and Dethklok.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Helloween : Keeper of the Seven Keys, Part I (1987)
Helloween are known as the inventors of “German Melodic Speed Metal”, and their status as creative pioneers has made them one of the most successful metal bands of the last thirty-odd years.
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