Tagged: Australia

Episode #68: Die Burning With Zero Idiosyncracies 0

Episode #68: Die Burning With Zero Idiosyncrasies

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...

Episode #59: Occult Tales of the Funeral Guardians 0

Episode #59: Occult Tales of the Funeral Guardians

SonOfOdin goes "all in" for Black Metal History Month with four albums comprising the various subsections of the black metal genre. In the epic blackened folk section, it’s the Scottish band Saor. In the blackened death section, it’s Australian solo project The Furor. The indie act, Theosophy, provides a Russian...

Episode #53: Stolen Vessels for the Miserable Demimonde 0

Episode #53: Stolen Vessels for the Miserable Demimonde

Life throws a wrench into the episode’s format, but nothing can stop the metal! The show features discussion on new albums from Oracles and Be’lakor, two very different takes on the melodic death metal subgenre. Also, there is an advance EP listen from an odd black metal/hardcore hybrid called Calligram....

Quick Shots #19: Lä Fire 2

Quick Shots #19: Lä Fire

SonOfOdin closes out SoMP Year 4 with a pair of releases from blackened thrashers Deströyer 666 and the experimental duet Zā Lä Thü, along with a bonus track from the technical deathcore band Within Destruction.

Quick Shots #8: King of the Maniacal Depths 1

Quick Shots #8: King of the Maniacal Depths

SonOfOdin checks out some Utah epic metal with Visigoth and some Australian avant-garde folk metal with Troldhaugen. El Goro sees what UK metal legends Venom are up to these days.

Episode #32: Ride Toward Impending Slaughter By Fire 1

Episode #32: Ride Toward Impending Slaughter By Fire

El Goro and SonOfOdin check out new albums by Texas Hippie Coalition and the reformed Godflesh. In the indie segment, The Furor blasts out some blackened thrash, and At The Gates brings more Gothenburg into the Valhalla.