Episode #67: Bitter at Those Fallen After Me

Episode #67: Bitter at Those Fallen After Me

SonOfOdin goes it solo for October and picks two newer releases of bands rising from the ashes of others: Memoriam (from Bolt Thrower) and Liv Sin (from Sister Sin). Then he attempts to get into the Halloween spirit with some death/doom from Moribundo before getting way too drunk and suffering a Tankard-induced hangover with their third album.

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New Releases:

Memoriam : For The Fallen (2017)
Memoriam, consisting of two members each from Bolt Thrower and Benediction, was formed as a tribute to late Bolt Thrower drummer Martin “Kiddie” Kearns.
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Liv Sin : Follow Me (2017)
After an aggressive album and touring cycle, Swedish act Sister Sin decided to call it quits. Singer Liv Jagrell still had the urge in her, however, and formed Liv Sin to continue her musical career.
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Local/Indie Band:

Moribundo : Raíz Amarga (2017)
Moribundo (“dying” in Spanish) is a death/doom metal band from Spain featuring members from the Spanish underground scene such as Bizarre, Nangilima, Vanagloria, and Elderdawn. The band performs dark and melancholic music highly influenced by genre classics.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Tankard : The Morning After (1988)
Tankard is a German thrash metal band founded in 1982. Along with Kreator, Destruction, and Sodom, Tankard is often considered one of the “Big Four” of Teutonic thrash metal. Their discography consists primarily of fast metal songs about alcohol and societal commentary — but mostly alcohol.
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