Episode 452: Trivium, Frontierer, Four Stroke Baron, Deviant Process 2021 Album Reviews

What Could Be Construed as a Melody

We got a couple of big ones again this week, and – as we note in the show – there are more big ones to come.  Maybe it’s because of the pandemic, but the year’s release schedule seems to be ending in a bang instead of the usual whimper. Oh, and we have a little live review too!

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Reviews:
Trivium In the Court of the Dragon (Roadrunner)
Frontierer Oxidized (Blood Blast Distribution)
Four Stroke Baron Classics (Prosthetic)
Deviant Process – Nurture (Season of Mist)

Live Review:
Knotfest Road Show 2021featuring Slipknot, Killswitch Engage, Fever 333, and Code Orange at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ on October 10, 2021

 


Trivium – In The Court Of The Dragon


Frontierer – Oxidized


Four Stroke Baron – Classics


Deviant Process – Nurture

 

 

2 comments

  1. I believe I have purchased the album of the year today… which you will be reviewing on your next episode.

  2. The theme for this week is albums I am interested in listening to but there is so much good music being released right now that I can’t listen to all of it. All four of those albums you reviewed this week interest me on some level, with Trivium being the highest.  I really liked Trivium’s 2020 album “What the Dead Men Say”, even if it didn’t make my top 10 that year. But I have yet to buy their new album “In the Court of the Dragon” because there’s a lot of music I’m listening to right now and I simply haven’t gotten around to Trivium yet. And with Archspire and Mastodon being released this week, I don’t know when I’ll get around to Trivium. I will say that the three songs pre-released off of Archspire’s new album have already given their new album the potential to be the album of the year.

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