Episode 149: We Got Ya Covered

Does ye scurvy dog like pirates?  Yar in the right place.
Into filthy, nasty stuff that could be involved in serial killing? Look no further.
Wanna be pummeled while floating through space? We can help.
Feel like some throwback that maybe reminds you of a simpler time? We have something for that.
Craving a bit of all the above at the same time? Glad you found the podcast!  Also, you should probably watch this movie…and/or talk to a specialist.


Reviews: AlestormSunset on the Golden Age (Napalm); Bastard Feast Osculum Infinite (Season of Mist); Fallujah The Flesh Prevails (Unique Leader); Judas Priest Redeemer of Souls (Epic)

Judas Priest – Redeemer of Souls

Alestorm – Sunset on the Golden Age

Fallujah – The Flesh Prevails

Bastard Feast – Osculum Infame

It was brought to our attention after this recording that the song “Hangover” that appears on Sunset of the Golden Age is actually a cover of song originally performed by Taio Cruz.  We were unaware at the time as we did not have a physical copy of the album at our disposal.  While we will not apologize for our lack of Top 40/Pop music knowledge, we do apologize for not providing the correction information in the show. 

One comment

  1. Wait, what did Nick say about Robert Plant? Did you actually say that Robert Plant sounds 10 times better now than he did back in the day? Did you say that just to spark comments? It seems like any time Nick says anything at all about Led Zeppelin he’s wrong.

    Regarding Brian’s point about wanting bands to just tour on their legacy, I would argue that these classic bands ARE just still touring on their legacy even though they are putting out new music. When Metallica plays live, the set list usually includes 2 songs released after 1991: Fuel and maybe one song from Death Magnetic. Iron Maiden is playing festivals this summer and they are playing one song from 1992 and everything else is from the 80s. They know what their fans want to hear and for the most part they are giving the fans what they want while still exercising their creative juices by releasing new material now and then. To me it’s a win-win for everyone because if you don’t want to listen to the new Iron Maiden album then you don’t have to buy it but if you still want to hear them play all the old classics in concert, you get to do that as well.

    You asked who Fallujah could tour with, and the answer is that they are touring on Summer Slaughter right now which I am going to go to on Friday. But they are the first band to play and I’m probably going to miss them.

    Listening to the Judas Priest album for the first time, my initial thought is that these guitarists in Judas Priest totally ripped off Goatwhore.

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