Tagged: black

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 #58: Together By the Power of Snake Ashes 0

Episode #58: Together By the Power of Snake Ashes

SonOfOdin flies solo this month, opting for new albums chosen by the folks in the Facebook Group. To that end, he looks at the newest albums from American thrashers Testament and Swedish melodeath pioneers Dark Tranquillity. The indie segment features Irish black metal from Aeternum Vale. Finally, Heavy Metal Valhalla...

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....

Episode #52: The Maestro Scourged His Chained Slave 1

Episode #52: The Maestro Scourged His Chained Slave

SonOfOdin sits down with Rock-Lobster Johnson to discuss new albums from Bat and Winterhorde. The indie segment showcases some Grecian power metal with The Silent Rage, and Rock-Lob inducts a second Iron Maiden album into Heavy Metal Valhalla.

Episode #50: The Meth Dispenser Creates A Bloody Euphony 0

Episode #50: The Meth Dispenser Creates A Bloody Euphony

El Goro and SonOfOdin check out a pair of new industrial releases this month with Al Jourgensen’s new project, Surgical Meth Machine, and Rob Zombie. The back half of the show goes more metal with the blackened melodic death assault from Hyperion and Black Sabbath’s classic 1973 album. There is...

Quick Shots #20: Eternal Gods 0

Quick Shots #20: Eternal Gods

SonOfOdin is in a blackened folk mood this month with new albums from Finland’s Moonsorrow and Austria’s Bifröst. The bonus track shifts the ancestry from Scandinavian to Celtic with Spain’s Briargh.