Got a Better Closer…but at What Cost?

The last couple weeks saw some stellar albums reviewed alongside some epic failures that closed out the shows.  This week’s closer is not a pile of manure, but the other albums aren’t as stellar either. So is this balance better? Let us know what you think about this week’s albums!


Epica The Holographic Principle (Nuclear Blast)
Auras Heliospectrum (eOne)
Crator The Ones Who Create : The Ones Who Destroy

First Impression:
Animals as Leaders – “The Brain Dance” taken from The Madness of Many out November 11th from Sumerian Records

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Soooooo I have been sitting here for 20 minutes and have nothing.  I guess it’s not my line… Enjoy the show!


Reviews: Black Stone Cherry Magic Mountain (Roadrunner); Epica – The Quantum Enigma (Nuclear Blast); Killer Be Killed – Killer Be Killed (Nuclear Blast); Noneuclid – Metatheosis (Blood Music)

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…a couple of us decide to show a different side.  How?  Well, one of these reviews goes in an unprecedented direction, and the shock of it had Brian scrambling for words.  Another one brought about a much more intelligent discussion of it’s merits instead of the expected “this kind of metal sucks” review. Amongst this, Kyle shares his most recent concert experience (which is much better than his last, btw), and we bring in a new segment for your listening pleasure.

Reviews: Cannibal Corpse – TortureEpica – Requiem for the Indifferent; Soulfly – Enslaved


Some of the music for this weeks episode can be found at Musicalley.com