Technical, Groovy, and Grimy
We went extra heavy this week. Why the extra br00tal? No particular reason – these are just the albums that fit in the timeline and our general interests. Like usual, results varied a bit, but you’ll have to listen to find out why.
We also have TWO guests for our Crew Nation donor pick. What is that, you ask? Well, go to THIS PAGE to find out how you can help this podcast contribute to Crew Nation and make us review whatever you want.
And remember – Be responsible. Stay healthy. Stay Metal.
Abiotic – Ikigai (The Artisan Era)
Revulsion – Revulsion (Transcending Obscurity)
Swampbeast – Seven Evils Spawned of Seven Heads (Translation Loss)
Crew Nation Donation Feature:
Fair to Midland – Arrows and Anchors
Cool that you reviewed Abiotic. I checked the album out and liked it but I didn’t actually get around to buying it. Even though I don’t consider myself a fan of deathcore, I find myself being able to enjoy stuff that isn’t too “deathcore”-y, such as Abiotic. Or maybe it’s the technicality of bands such as this that I find myself enjoying, as the likes of Rings of Saturn, Infant Annihilator, and Abiotic are considered “technical” deathcore.
Uh Nick, I feel the need to call you out for saying that Corey’s Crew Nation pick was the first one of these picks that is tangentially related to hard rock or metal. I believe if you search your memory, you’ll find that we reviewed an album from a certain metal band that I happen to like, and I’m not referring to Frank Zappa.