Episode #68: Die Burning With Zero Idiosyncrasies

Episode #68: Die Burning With Zero Idiosyncracies

CHR welcomes Doug to the show with an episode sure to trip everyone’s “Is this really metal?” alarms. We start with new albums from the Southern/occult rock inspired Diablo Blvd and then see what horror punk icon Doyle is up to. Doug gets thrown into the deep end of the indie pool when he’s forced to confront the bizarre antics of Troldhaugen, but he responds by inducting Machine Head’s venture into nu-metal into Heavy Metal Valhalla.

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New Releases:

Diablo Blvd : Zero Hour (2017)
Diablo Blvd is a hard rock/metal band formed by Belgian comedian Alex Andrew and guitarist Dave Hubrechts. The band’s music draws heavily from their influences such as Danzig, The Cult, Guns ‘N Roses, Type O Negative, and classic rock.
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Doyle II : As We Die (2017)
After leaving the Misfits, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein formed Gorgeous Frankenstein to make music for his then-wife, Stephanie Bellars (Gorgeous George), to dance to. When the two divorced, Doyle renamed the project eponymously in order to continue.
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Local/Indie Band:

Troldhaugen : IDIO+SYNCRASIES (2017)
Starting life as your typical folk metal band, Australia’s Troldhaugen evolved into an avant-garde band who kept some of the folk elements but added things like swing beats, choral backing, electronica, and other weirdness to create a very unique kind of music.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Machine Head : The Burning Red (1999)
Machine Head was formed when vocalist/guitarist Robb Flynn felt musically unfulfilled with Vio-lence and requested to start a side project. When his request was denied, he left and formed Machine Head in 1991 with Adam Duce, Logan Mader, and Tony Constanza.
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