Tagged: groove metal

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 #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 #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 #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 #51: Dark Kingdom of the Rock Titans 0

Episode #51: Dark Kingdom of the Rock Titans

El Goro has ridden off to the land of TWORP, so SonOfOdin enlists The Fat Kid to review new albums from Iron Savior and Texas Hippie Coalition. SonOfOdin challenges TFK with indie act Slugdge, and TFK responds with making a case for Lordi’s entry into Metal Valhalla.

Quick Shots #18: Final Karma 1

Quick Shots #18: Final Karma

SonOfOdin keeps it all closer to home this Quick Shots with some thrash goodness from Cincinnati’s War Curse and some Southern groove from Atlanta’s MuckRaker.