Remember back in the mid 2000s when every metalcore band decided they wanted to become a southern rock band?  That is largely Maylene and the Sons of Distaster’s fault.  Were they the ones to kick off this trend?  They certainly weren’t the last.   This week Dan, Joe, and Jon try to figure out if it was all just a gimmick or if you can slightly smell a hint of barbeque in the air when listening to Dry the River.  Enjoy. #discussmetal #Maylene

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Album of the week
Dan - NF “Lost” “Clouds”
Joe - Legendary Shack Shakers “Pandelirium”
Jon - Sand “Spit On Authority”

Media Mentioned In This Episode:
Episode 212: Testament -
Episode 032: Sepultura -
Episode 211: Earth Crisis -
Episode 209: Candiria -

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