Archive for the ' Death Metal' Category

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

Industrial December rolls on as we dive into the catalog of Static X! Dan and Joe give their nostalgic perspectives on the history of the band, and th...View Details

It’s really hard for a band to do anything original or fun when the genre they play in is very oversaturated. After the Burial does their best to sepa...View Details

They are one of the most promoted new metal bands on the internet today. Are they really everything we’ve been sold that they are? Well Dan, Joe, and ...View Details

Welcome to Thrift Blast. A seven part series where Dan gives you his thoughts on twenty-one albums he found while searching for big box PC games at a ...View Details

Not Beneath invades this episode of Discography Discussion to discuss Norwegian death metal power-house Extol! We discuss the band’s beginnings as a p...View Details

Welcome to Thrift Blast. A seven part series where Dan gives you his thoughts on twenty-one albums he found while searching for big box PC games at a ...View Details

On this debut episode of the Discuss Metal podcast we sit down with Novembers Doom frontman Paul Kuhr to discuss the band’s career, as well as hear hi...View Details

Novembers Doom is a band who has unfairly been compared to Opeth throughout their career. On this episode of Discography Discussion, we sit down with ...View Details

Welcome to Thrift Blast. A seven part series where Dan gives you his thoughts on twenty-one albums he found while searching for big box PC games at a ...View Details

Facedown records is a label most would associate with hardcore. That is what makes “Hope for the Dying” such an anomaly. They are a band that plays wi...View Details

All Hail the Lord of Worms! Cryptopsy is a beloved band for fans of technical death metal. What is it about Cryptopsy that makes them unique amongst t...View Details

It’s hard work being an unpleasable metal fan. On one hand, we love it when a band sticks to their guns and has a consistent sound. But, it’s easy to ...View Details

Some musicians never reach the level of success that their first big band achieved. When a musician attempts to start over fresh they can sometimes be...View Details

On this episode of Discography Discussion, we dive into Impending Doom, a band that will definitely scare the “hell” out of you. Does every album “rep...View Details

This week on Discography Discussion we bring you a full breakdown of Between The Buried And Me. Are they the most innovative band ever? Or are they ju...View Details

Some bands spend most of their career trying to carve out their fanbase by steadily building upon what made them a big hit in the first place. What do...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

There is a war between man and machine, at least there will be one in the future. Burton C. Bell, and his various Fear Factory bandmates, have dedicat...View Details

Could Soilwork be the most consistent band that has ever been covered on the show? Listen and find out on this episode of Discography Discussion! #dis...View Details

Your journey into gory death metal begins with “Cannibal Corpse.” These metal veterans have been talking about unspeakable horrors for 30 years now an...View Details

What can you do with a band who desperately wants to be another band? Do you copy their whole sound? Do you get that band's vocalist to sing on your a...View Details

Since 1995, Virgin Black has created a sound all their own by combining industrial, gothic rock, and doom metal. While some bands think they create a ...View Details

Napalm Death has been grinding out in the extreme metal scene for over 30 years. It isn’t often that a band so old could be putting out the best album...View Details

Dan and Joe go deep into death metal lore to unearth the mighty Soul Embraced. Is this band just a side project of Living Sacrifice? How many bands ca...View Details

The Doomhammer invades this episode of Discography Discussion as we discuss those fun troublemakers….The Agony Scene. Dan, Joe, and Buddy discuss whet...View Details

We travel to Sweden and discuss supergroup Arch Enemy on this episode of Discography Discussion. Also, Dan and Geoff try to decide if this is Gothenbu...View Details

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