Episode 95: Ill-Prepared

As you might be able to gather from the episode title and a discussion at the beginning of last week’s episode, a certain someone is back on the show this week, and as always, is firing on all cylinders…however few he may have. Fear not, though, as Nick and Brian are still here to try to reign him in and keep things as normal as possible.  Love or hate him, you should stick around for the new music that goes along with our five album reviews, as well as our rundown of a few first impressions.


Reviews: All Pigs Must Die – Nothing Violates This Nature (Southern Lord); Black Tusk  – Tend No Wounds (Relapse); Evan Brewer – Your Itinerary (Sumerian); Karnivool – Asymmetry (Workhorse); Last Chance to Reason – Level 3 (Prosthetic)

First Impressions:

Arsonists Get All The Girls – “Play the Sheep” from Listen to the Color out independently on August 1st
Watain – “The Child Must Die” from The Wild Hunt out August 20th via Century Media
Tyr – “Blood of Heroes” from Valkyrja out September 17 via Metal Blade
GWAR – “Madness at the Core of Time” from Battle Maximus out September 17 via Metal Blade
Safety Fire – “Yellowism” from Mouth of Swords out September 3rd via Inside Out Music

Last Chance To Reason – Level 3

All Pigs Must Die – Nothing Violates This Nature

Evan Brewer – Your Itinerary

Karnivool – Asymmetry

Black Tusk – Tend No Wounds

One comment

  1. You saw Scorpion Child at Mayhem? When they were announced as a replacement for Behemoth, I said, “Who?” and we debated why they couldn’t get anybody better. But now that I actually know who Scorpion Child is and have listened to their debut album, I am already here to declare that they are better than Behemoth (although vastly different). Scorpion Child have some of the catchiest songs I’ve heard in quite some time. I realize that the fact that their songs might be so catchy is because they’ve just ripped off some Led Zeppelin songs, but so what. I’m not going to ask you to review the Scorpion Child album because I know that this type of stuff isn’t your thing, but their album is pretty darn good.

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