Tagged: hardcore

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 #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 #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.

Episode #29: Machine Demo For a Barren Sun 0

Episode #29: Machine Demo For a Barren Sun

El Goro and SonOfOdin mix it up once again this month. In new releases, it’s the progressive stylings of Mastodon and the blackened death assault of King of Asgard. Things get blacker in the indie segment with Martyrs, and the Metal Valhalla takes on a shade of Deep Purple.

Episode #28: A Morning Full Of Eternal Manslaughter 0

Episode #28: A Morning Full Of Eternal Manslaughter

El Goro and SonOfOdin check out Arch Enemy’s new lineup as well as Ice-T’s recurring foray into metal, Body Count. Then it’s time for some Danish crust/hardcore with Parasight. Finally, Entombed enters the Valhalla with their 2001 album.