Episode #70: Wake From the Seven Nightmares of 1755

Episode #70: Wake From the Seven Nightmares of 1755

CHR and Doug mix things up this time around with new albums from gothic pioneers Moonspell, retro-thrashers Power Trip, and the black/power metal hybrid of The Lightbringer. Finally, Doug tries to overcome CHR’s prejudice against the early 2000s metal scene with Lamb of God’s third album.

New Releases:

Moonspell : 1755 (2017)
Moonspell is a Portuguese extreme gothic metal band formed in 1992. They are one of the most recognizable metal bands from Portugal and pioneers in the gothic metal scene.
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Power Trip : Nightmare Logic (2017)
Power Trip is a thrash metal band from Dallas, Texas, USA. They employ raw energy, rich tones, fierce riffs, and a solid respect of thrash bands of the past to invoke a sound that is both familiar and original.
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Local/Indie Band:

The Lightbringer : Heptanity (2017)
The Lightbringer is a Canadian band heavily influenced by the melodic black, power, and death metal waves of the 1990s. They take all these disparate and seemingly contradictory genres and link them with symphonic, epic, and ethereal atmospheres.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Lamb of God : Ashes of the Wake (2004)
Lamb of God is an American heavy metal band from Richmond, Virginia, USA. Formed in 1994, the group is considered a significant member of the New Wave of American Heavy Metal movement that took place during the late 1990s through the early 2000s.
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