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Death appears to be the name of the game this episode.  We have it in a few forms, namely Progressive, Old School, and N’ Roll.  Hopefully at least one of these appeal to you!

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:
Exist – Egoiista (Prosthetic)
Necrot – Mortal (Tankcrimes)
Jesus Wept – Apartheid Redux (Redefining Darkness)

Crew Nation Donation Feature:
Cream – Disraeli Gears

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Change My Mind

If you have been listening for, well, any amount of time, you know that Nick and Brian have a lot of similar tastes now and agree on a lot.  Every now and then, though, a band or album comes along where they just can’t see eye-to-eye.  Honestly, it probably makes for a better review, but even if not, it certainly makes for some good discussion.

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Reviews:
Deathwhite – Grave Image (Season of Mist)
Sylosis – Cycle of Suffering (Nuclear Blast)
Plague Portraits of Mind (Redefining Darkness)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Not the Strong Start We Hoped For

This week we have our first reviews of 2020 releases, and, as the title suggests, you can tell it is still January.  What we also have, though, is out brand new segment we are calling  “Black Label,” where every month, we will feature a record label!  this will introduce us – and therefore you – to a whole lot of new music.

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Reviews:
Midnight – Rebirth by Blasphemy (Metal Blade)
Haunt – Mind Freeze (Shadow Kingdom)
Odious Mortem – Synesthesia (Willowtip)

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But Did You Hear About Tool??

Yes, we acknowledge Tool did a thing right before we record this show.  Way more importantly, though, we have three new, far more relevant releases to discuss, plus a real ripper of a Sideshow ABCs pick!

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Reviews:
Tom MoldPlanetary Clairvoyance (20 Buck Spin)
Serpent of Gnosis As I Drink from the Infinite Well of Inebriation (1126)
Boatman’s TollThe Fat is in the Fire (Seeing Red)

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Death Comes in Many Forms

Remember that part of Forrest Gump where they go through all the ways you can have shrimp? Well, you can pretty much do the same thing with Death Metal. This week, we have a few styles, next week we’ll have a few more, and who knows? Maybe we’ll have a few more the week after.

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Reviews:
The Crown Cobra Speed Venom (Metal Blade)
The Absence A Gift for the Obsessed (M-Theory Audio)
Of Feather and Bone – Bestial Hymns of Perversion (Profound Lore)

 Rhode Island
Crippled Beggar

 

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