Rain to the Sound of Panic

We don’t know what the weather has been like where you are, but where we are in NJ and MA (USA), we have had crazy heavy storms day after day.  They don’t last long, but they have been wreaking havoc in certain areas.  We mention THIS early on in the show, so see it for yourself.  Oh, and bonus kudos to anybody that gets the show title without googling it.

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Soreption – Monument of the End (Sumerian)
Crossfaith – Ex_Machina (UNFD)
Within the Ruins World Undone EP (eOne)

 

Minnesota
The Motion Mosaic

 

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Smorgasbord

We have a delightful spread of heavy treats for you this week.  I know we tend to have diverse offerings, but the array of offerings we have this week is kind of all over the place.  That said, if you have tastes as diverse as we do, there’s a lot for you to digest here.

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Frontierer – Unloved
The Lion’s Daughter – Future Cult (Season of Mist)
Sandrider Armada (Good to Die)

 

California
Madrost

 

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Get Up On This Death Trip

Fun facts: Though Skeletonwitch and The Agony Scene may seem to be generations apart, Skeletonwitch actually released their first full-length a little over a year after The Agony Scene did! Aaaaaand Skeletonwitch released Beyond the Permafrost (2nd album) only three weeks before TAS released Get Damned (3rd album).

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Skeletonwitch – Devouring Radiant Light (Prosthetic)
The Agony Scene – Tormenter (Outerloop)
Depths of Hatred Bloodguilt (Prosthetic)

 

Wisconsin
Pangaea

 

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You Got a New High Score!

We have some high marks this week, which means we have some awesome music.  We suspect you will all agree with us because we are always right.  If you don’t, though, feel free to argue with us in the comments!

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Bury Tomorrow – Black Flame (Music for Nations)
Obscura – Diluvium (Relapse)
MouthBreather – Dollmeat 

 

Iowa
Artorias

 

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Don’t Call It a Comeback – Part 2: The Comeback

This time around, one of these bands is about to release an album 10 years after their last one (a bit more dramatic then the referenced earlier episode).  The same question applies: is it worth it? Well, listen to find out, and make sure you stick around for the new bands!

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Into Eternity – Sirens
Violent Life Violent Death – Come, Heavy Breath
Vein – Errorzone (Closed Casket Activities)

 

Texas
Professor Lizard

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