Tagged: death metal

Episode #66: Black Storm of Dead Gods 0

Episode #66: Black Storm of Dead Gods

Thrashbrowns returns to the show this month to discuss new albums from Brendon Small’s Galaktikon project and supergroup Dead Cross. We take a look at Brazilian thrashers Corpsia in the indie segment, and Thrashbrowns sees if Opeth’s intricate compositions can overcome SonOfOdin’s prog intolerance.

Episode #65: Atonement for a Hell of a Forest Phobia 0

Episode #65: Atonement for a Hell of a Forest Phobia

SonOfOdin flies solo this time around for a schedule catch-up episode featuring new albums from Wintersun, Immolation, and Fear Is Dead. Then he entertains some serious 1980s flashbacks with Grim Reaper’s third album.

Episode #63: The Keys to Fucking With a Savage Colossus 1

Episode #63: The Keys to Fucking With a Savage Colossus

SonOfOdin is joined this month by ex-Decaturite, Murf, to talk about new albums from Dying Fetus and Igorrr. The podcast is invaded by an ursine kaiju in the form of Bear Mace, and Murf shares his love for classic German speed metal with Helloween’s second album.

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...

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Five Years of The Sons of Metal!

Five years ago today, your eardrums were blessed violated by the voices of El Goro and SonOfOdin. 1,826 days and sixy episodes later, the show is still going on, albeit different in various ways. The following is a "Best Of" collection of episodes mashed together for your hopeful enjoyment.

Episode #60: Pain and Violence Beyond the Slave's Boundaries 0

Episode #60: Pain and Violence Beyond the Slave’s Boundaries

SonOfOdin and Rock-Lob close out SoMP Year Five with a diverse selection of metal cuts. First, can Germany’s Kreator continue the thrash revolution from 2016? Finland tests your lactose tolerance with some 1980s-tinged power metal from Battle Beast. In the indie segment, Germany shows the new kids have some chops,...