SonOfOdin lets Rock-Lobster Johnson program most of this episode with new albums from DragonForce and Alestorm. SonOfOdin indulges some ’80s metal flashbacks with Chicago’s Satan’s Hallow, while Rock-Lob opts to revisit some classic Finnish power metal with Sonata Arctica’s first album.
Tagged: heavy 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.
SonOfOdin is joined by Thrashbrowns to discuss the newest Metallica album and the debut from supergroup Serpentine Dominion. With our appetites whetted, it’s time to dive into the delectable offerings of the Food Metal project. Finally, SonOfOdin gets schooling in East Coast thrash with Overkill’s fourth album.
The Fat Kid returns to the show, only to have SonOfOdin bludgeon him with Skálmöld’s newest release. The conversation takes a nerdy bent with Lordi’s monster antics and indie artist Unearthed Elf’s Dungeons & Dragons metal. Finally, SonOfOdin gets nostalgic and looks back to a time when Blackie Lawless was...
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.
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.