Archive for the ' Thrash Metal' Category

On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan and Joe dig into the demented minds of The Red Chord.  Prepare yourself for discussions about groovy gri...View Details

Atheist is one of the most beloved technical metal bands from the early 90s.  On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan and Joe try to wrap their ...View Details

This week we dive head first into the world of blasphemous death metal with Deicide.  We try our best in this episode to figure out if Deicide is sinc...View Details

We have made fun of Cradle of Filth on this show for FAR too long.  It’s time to do the work and get the proper context behind this band.  Are these g...View Details

As we pivot away from nu-metal back into more familiar territory, Dan and Joe turn to Battlecross for salvation.  Is this band’s intense cocktail of m...View Details

You want progressive?  You want heavy?  You want some metal!?  This episode of Discography Discussion has you covered as Joe welcomes Jon and Brian fr...View Details

This band brings the heat, and the metalcore!  Bryan Patton joins Joe this week to talk about Texas in July.  No matter how much of the metalcore form...View Details

This week Dan sits down with Pat Servedio and Klank Dialosa of Klank to talk about their brand new album Between Unholy and Divine Vol 1.  Klank and P...View Details

Many years ago, we promised a Soulfly episode.  In fact, it was right after we finished our Sepultura discussion.  The time has come, and we thank you...View Details

Defeated Sanity is a favorite amongst technical brutal death metal fans around the world.  On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan and Joe try t...View Details

Narnia is one of heavy metal’s best kept secrets.  This Swedish Christian heavy metal band has been unabashedly waving the flag of heavy metal for the...View Details

Crimson Thorn is one of the heaviest and brutal Christian death metal bands to hit the scene in the mid 90s.  Sporting the deepest vocals ever heard i...View Details

Have you ever found a band that is better at what they do than other popular bands?  A Hill to Die Upon could give any blackened death metal band a ru...View Details

Mason Beard of Symphony of Heaven joins Dan tonight to talk about how he got into extreme metal, how quickly he picked up drums, and how hard it can b...View Details

There was no better way to kick off Discography Discussion in 2022 than talking all about Machine Head.  The Robb Flynn show is quite the roller coast...View Details

Black metal and industrial music may not go together.  But, Samael challenges that notion and brings us a discography filled with extreme vocals, prog...View Details

Do you like Black Metal?  Do you like Industrial?  Do you like Vampires?  Well, this week on Discography Discussion we dive into the insanity that is ...View Details

Emperor is largely credited for being one of the foundational bands for symphonic black metal as a genre.  This week Dan and Joe explain why Emperor i...View Details

Roy Culver sits down with Dan tonight to discuss Roy's history with the heavy music scene. What it takes to enter the industry and how it has changed ...View Details

At the suggestion of Lance AKA The King of Metal, Dan and Joe decided it's time we talked about some Bad Brains.  Bad Brains is one of the most influe...View Details

Antestor is one of the most important Christian metal bands to come out of the 90s Scandinavian metal scene.  With their own brand of “sorrow metal,” ...View Details

Morgoth was a hungry band who wanted to be as heavy and brutal as they come in the early 90’s death metal scene.  But, they didn't do that for some re...View Details

Pestilence is one of few key bands in the death metal scene that is still putting out albums to this very day. On this episode of Discography Discussi...View Details

Egyptian themed death metal might not sound like a great idea on paper.  Nile is one of the most celebrated death metal bands of all time, and on this...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

Point of Recognition is a very important band to the west coast Christian hardcore scene and possibly the hardcore scene at large.  With their own bra...View Details

Most of the time a super group is not the sum of its different parts.  Is it possible that Bloodbath is an exception to this rule?  Swedish death meta...View Details

Scott Mellinger of Zao joins the podcast this week to discuss Morbid Angel, one of the most influential death metal bands of the 90s.  We figure out h...View Details

It didn't take long after the Testament episode for Dan and Joe to get back on a thrash binge.  Exodus presents their unique take on thrash metal, as ...View Details

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