Episode 425: Napalm Death, Skeletal Remains, Fires in the Distance, Madrost 2020 Album Reviews + Crew Nation Donor Pick

Animal-like Behavior

This time around, we have a variety of heavy.  Grindcore, Industrial, Death Metal, Melodic Death, Doom, Thrash, Progressive…and that is across just four bands!

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And remember – Be safe. Stay healthy. Stay Metal.


Napalm Death – Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism (Century Media)
Skeletal RemainsThe Entombment of Chaos (Century Media)
Fires in the Distance Echoes from the Deep November (Prosthetic)
MadrostCharring the Rotted Earth (No Life Til Metal)

Crew Nation Donation Feature:
Pink Floyd – Animals

Napalm Death – Throes Of Joy In The Jaws Of Defeatism

Skeletal Remains – The Entombment Of Chaos

Fires In The Distance – Echoes From Deep November

Madrost – Charring the Rotted Earth

One comment

  1. I’m pleasantly surprised to hear that you guys enjoyed Pink Floyd’s Animals. The long sons, the liberal use of keyboards, and the extended instrumental passages all work well with the biting yet emotional lyrical content. As I may have mentioned, I am a huge Pink Floyd fan. The Wall is my favorite album of all time. The Wall is actually fairly different from Animals, as The Wall is a rock opera with characters and a story and shorter songs, whereas the “concept” behind Animals is songs loosely based lyrically around George Orwell’s Animal Farm. Corey did a good job filling in and it is clear he knows his stuff about Pink Floyd. The Pink Floyd song Corey mentions called “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun” is the song that I mentioned that sounds like “Atonement” by Opeth on Ghost Reveries.

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