Vast Forest of Impaled Cadavers
We have some dark stuff for you this week, including the the fifteenth album from the titans of Death Metal, the third from a Black Metal up-comer, and the sophomore album from an impressive Technical Death Metal band that hails from, uh, New Hampshire. (Also, the title of the episode is a song title on the latter album.)
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Cannibal Corpse – Violence Unimagined (Metal Blade)
Wode – Burn in Many Mirrors (20 Buck Spin)
Unflesh – Inhumation
Cannibal Corpse – Violence Unimagined
I have also listened to the 4 new Gojira songs they’ve pre-released and I agree they are very good. The songs show yet more evolution of their sound. Is it too early to say that it’s a good bet that the new Gojira album will be in my top 10 at the end of the year?
For Cannibal Corpse, I’ve had mixed feelings about them for as long as I’ve known about them, but my latest feelings are that what I’ve heard from the new album is quite impressive considering they’ve been doing this for over 30 years throughout the course of 15 albums.
2021 seems to be offering me dozens and dozens of albums that I would like that would fall into a rating of a 3 or a 4, and I think that’s where Wode and Unflesh fall into that category for me, though Unflesh seems like the stronger of the two. Listening to Wode strikes me to think what exactly is it that makes something “blackened”, as I might call Wode “blackened trad” metal, as in “traditional”. Is it just the vocals in this case?
It took you 439 episodes before you put in bloopers at the end of the episode.