Tagged: Canada

Episode #70: Wake From the Seven Nightmares of 1755 0

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.

Episode #64: Prevail Over Grief at the Rebellion's Apex 0

Episode #64: Prevail Over Grief at the Rebellion’s Apex

It’s all about the ladies this month with new releases from Canadian bands Unleash the Archers and Kobra and the Lotus. SonOfOdin toys with your emotions in the second half of the show with steampunk-themed Japanese girl band Fate Gear followed by the Norwegian take on funeral doom with Funeral’s...

Episode #61: Prelude to a Thousand Heartless Wars 0

Episode #61: Prelude to a Thousand Heartless Wars

Again, the show is temporarily retitled "The Siblings of Metal" this month as SonOfOdin is joined by the Mighty English Valkyrie, Explodey Jo! We talk new albums from Ex Deo and Pallbearer, along with a female-fronted Colombian thrash metal act called Lucifera. Finally, we talk about shifting band styles as...

Quick Shots #16: Never Want Static 0

Quick Shots #16: Never Want Static

SonOfOdin shows some love to the ladies this time around with an all-female selection of albums from Huntress, Diemonds, and a bonus track by Mary’s Blood.

Quick Shots #13: The Chosen Time 0

Quick Shots #13: The Chosen Time

SonOfOdin listens to the third full-length from Canadian five-piece Unleash the Archers and the debut album from Colorado’s Ancient Wind. Bonus material this time provided by the multi-national Edenwar.

Episode #31: Kings Arise From A Gothic Domain 0

Episode #31: Kings Arise From A Gothic Domain

El Goro and SonOfOdin keep it heavy this month with new albums from death metal legends Cannibal Corpse and cross-genre newcomers Crimson Shadows. In the indie segment, it’s some industrial death/thrash from Norway’s From Below. Finally SonOfOdin relives the world of 1990s death/doom with Paradise Lost.