black-metal

Rip Off, Rage, and Ruin

I’m drawing a blank on some clever copy to put here.  So, just start listening to the show and we can catch up in the comments.

Also, 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.

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Reviews:
Architects – For Those that Wish to Exist (Epitaph)
Wolf King- The Path of Wrath (Prosthetic)
Ominous Ruin – Amidst Voices that Echo in Stone (Willowtip)

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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.

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Reviews:
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

Third Time’s a Charm?

We inadvertently chose to review three albums this week that would be our third time reviewing the three bands.  It’s safe to say results varied, but it was great theme we didn’t meant to make. Oh, and you don’t want to miss this show’s Crew Nation donor, a guest with a very special connection to the show.

You may also notice a review that seems out of place.  Why did we do it? 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 safe. Stay healthy. Stay Metal.

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Reviews:
DevilDriver – Dealing With Demons: Volume 1 (Napalm)
Necrophobic – Dawn of the Damned (Century Media)
Inferi – Of Sunless Realms (The Artisan Era)

Crew Nation Donation Feature:
Boz Scaggs – Silk Degrees

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Stages of Evolution

The only constant is change.  We have seen bands change from almost unnoticeable amounts to seismic sonic shifts. As the catalogs for the three bands below grow, we take a look at how they have evolved..and whether or not we like the change.

And remember – Stay inside. Stay healthy.  Stay Metal.

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Reviews:
August Burns Red – Guardians (Fearless)
Testament – Titans of Creation (Nuclear Blast)
Wake Devouring Ruin (Translation Loss)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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