Episode #65: Atonement for a Hell of a Forest Phobia

Episode #65: Atonement for a Hell of a Forest Phobia

SonOfOdin flies solo this time around for a schedule catch-up episode featuring new albums from Wintersun, Immolation, and Fear Is Dead. Then he entertains some serious 1980s flashbacks with Grim Reaper’s third album.

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New Releases:

Wintersun : The Forest Seasons (2017)
Wintersun is an epic folk/melodic death metal band from Finland. Originally formed as a side project of Jari Mäenpää when he was in Ensiferum, schedule conflicts caused him to leave Ensiferum to focus on Wintersun.
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Immolation : Atonement (2017)
Immolation is a New York-based death metal band that formed in the late 1980s. Their music incorporates elements of brutal death and black metal, giving these stalwarts a unique sound.
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Local/Indie Band:

Fear Is Dead : Eleutherophobia (2015/2017)
Fear Is Dead is a New York band calling themselves “post nu-metal”. Their sound incorporates the early 2000s sound with groove metal and hardcore elements peppered throughout.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Grim Reaper : Rock You To Hell (1987)
Grim Reaper was a NWOBHM band formed in the late 1970s. After winning a battle of the bands competition, they were signed to Ebony Records. After two albums and legal issues, their third and final album was released on RCA. Unfortunately, when glam-style metal began falling out of favor, they disbanded in 1988.
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