technical death metal

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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And remember – Be responsible. Stay healthy. Stay Metal.

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Reviews:
Cannibal Corpse Violence Unimagined (Metal Blade)
Wode Burn in Many Mirrors (20 Buck Spin)
Unflesh Inhumation 

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Dabbling in Body Horror

We tried really hard to do an episode themed around bands with body horror names.  However, despite our efforts, we only got 2/3 of the way there. So, instead of amputating the show for the sake of a theme, filling the third slot is a band whose theme is based on a horrific story.  

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And remember – Be responsible. Stay healthy. Stay Metal.

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Reviews:
Pupil Slicer Mirrors (Prosthetic)
Bonecarver Evil (Unique Leader)
Horndal Lake Drinker (Prosthetic)

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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.

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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.

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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)

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Fair to Midland – Arrows and Anchors