Archive for the ' Geoff' Category

Cynic may have a short discography, but they were and continue to be one of the most influential bands in “weird” extreme metal.  On this episode Dan,...View Details

Malevolent Creation has been a staple in the American death metal scene since the early 90s. Dan, Joe, and Geoff talk about the band’s inception as a ...View Details

Geoff picks a great week to rejoin the podcast as we dig into the albums of Nevermore.  Nevermore is hard to describe, and impossible to pigeon hole. ...View Details

Cephalic Carnage is a band ahead of their time.  Are they simply a grindcore band with technical death metal skills?  Dan, Joe, and Geoff will answer ...View Details

Discography Discussion brings Industrial December 2020 to a close with God Lives Underwater.  Despite a limited body of work, they stand out with some...View Details

This week, Geoff finally gets his way as we dive head first into the world of Katatonia.  Was the band ever death/doom metal to begin with?  How hard ...View Details

Despite being a "newer" band by Discography Discussion standards, Code Orange has a very diverse musical arc.  In the span of four albums these Code O...View Details

Hatebreed is one of the few bands in the heavy music scene who is equally accepted as a hardcore and metal band without anyone throwing out the dirty ...View Details

Parkway Drive was the premier Australian metalcore band in the mid 2000’s and have had worldwide success.  Is this another “sure thing” band?  Geoff i...View Details

Tool is a band who stretched their creative muscle in a time where heavy rock was becoming stale.  As they progressed the fascination with this myster...View Details

On this episode of Discography Discussion we dive into some power metal greatness with Blind Guardian.  We take the epic journey through this legendar...View Details

This week on the podcast we dig into Gothenburg death metal titans Dark Tranquility!  We try to figure out what Dark Tranquility was doing so right th...View Details

Buddy "Doomhammer" Reno joins the podcast this week to discuss the mighty Chimaira.  Chimaira was a band who had an uncompromised vision of heavy musi...View Details

Have you ever listened to a band who gave you anxiety? Strapping Young Lad might be that band. In this episode Dan, Joe, and Goeff sit down to try and...View Details

We continue Nu-Metal May 2020 with some Coal Chamber. Dan, Joe, and Geoff try to push down their love of DevilDriver long enough to talk about Dez’s f...View Details

Nu-Metal May returns this year with a discussion on Taproot. Even if you don't know Taproot, you’ve heard their song Poem. Melissa from the Good Eveni...View Details

Have you been pressured into believing a band’s catalog is “classic?” That is the question that presents itself on this episode talking about death me...View Details

There are many bands out there who will do their best to push their genre in directions nobody could have imagined. The unfortunate thing is that most...View Details

Can too much of a good thing end up being a bad thing? For decades, Children of Bodom has been continuously honing their craft and putting out albums ...View Details

The concept of a “hidden gem” is so overplayed nowadays that its original meaning is starting to become lost. This week, we kick off Industrial Decemb...View Details

Did you know that makeup and carnivals are actually really scary? We are dreadfully aware of this fact, and in order to make sense of the Swedish meta...View Details

This week, we go down to Brazil to talk about “Krig,” one of Dan’s favorite death metal bands. Expect lots of blast beats, technical wankery, and impo...View Details

As we analyze “At The Gates” from their inception we find a totally different band in the beginning, and try to decide if they are in fact Kings of Go...View Details

This week on Discography Discussion we tackle all four albums by Remembering Never. Is every hardcore band as preachy as this one? Joe thinks it comes...View Details

Since Dan mentioned he wanted to talk about “dank” death metal bands, we decided to go with Aborted this week. We were surprised by what we found. If ...View Details

Are you ready to listen to Geoff fanboy out to one of his favorite albums of the last 15 years? I hope so because this one is all about joining Geoff ...View Details

Do you believe that Thursday has been divisive from day one? Maybe its a particular playing style, or a vocalist that polarizes the listener. Dan love...View Details

Can noise eventually become art? Converge has been popular for decades for their brand of noise art. People like Dan will just call it Metallic Hardco...View Details

Tonight we are joined by Doug Van Pelt of Lust Control and HM Magazine while we discuss the music and impact of The Crucified. We talk about their ear...View Details

Society’s Finest sounds really good on paper. Do they have spastic unpredictable song structures? Yes. Do they have a great vocalist that commands the...View Details

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