Episode 332: Harm’s Way, Ocean of Grief, Harakiri for the Sky 2018 Album Reviews + Massachusetts Bandcamp Pick: Let Us Prey

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Anybody who has listened tot his show more than once knows Nick and Brian tend to have pretty similar tastes.  However, it has been a while since every review in an episode received the same rating number.  Did the albums this week hit a sweet spot?  Let us know your thoughts in the comments! Oh, we also start the show with by continuing a conversation from last week, so feel free to chime in on that too.

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Reviews:
Harm’s Way Posthuman (Metal Blade)
Ocean of Grief Nightfall’s Lament (Naturmacht Productions)
Harakiri for the Sky – Arson (Art of Propaganda)


Massachusetts
Let Us Prey


Harm’s Way – Posthuman


Harakiri for the Sky – Arson

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Ocean of Grief – Nightfall’s Lament

BANDS ACROSS AMERICA:

Let Us Prey

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2 thoughts on “Episode 332: Harm’s Way, Ocean of Grief, Harakiri for the Sky 2018 Album Reviews + Massachusetts Bandcamp Pick: Let Us Prey

  1. Mutoid Man are not from Massachusetts. They are in Brooklyn. Their bandcamp page says New York, NY. Frontman Stephen Brodsky may have originally been from Massachusetts, but he saw the light of day and moved to New York City.

    The name of the Let Us Pray album “Saint of Killers” is the name of a character from the comic book (and tv show) Preacher.

    I’m enjoying the new Orphaned Land album. Have they gotten better over the years or was I just sleeping on them all this time?

    1. Well at least somebody does their homework…

      IMO, Orphaned Land have gotten better over the years. I don’t think they were ever bad, but they have definitely come a long way since even Mabool (their 2004 effort) and, maybe most notably, streamlined their writing.

      – Brian

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