Tombs’ Mike Hill on new album “Under Sullen Skies,” working with Season of Mist, making music from a fan’s standpoint, refining sound, and so much more!

Tombs are on the eve of releasing their fifth full length Under Sullen Skies which is much like biting the head off a rocket and reveling in the burn of the explosion. No surprise really, the band have been incendiary since their debut Winter Hours and just get better and better with each release. This album however finds them better and more vicious than ever. It’s not a stretch at all that they’ve already been placed high on one specific best of 2020 list and we are certain they’ll be on many more to come. Head below to hear Mike break it all down.

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Best of 2014 – Dan’s List, Part Four

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It’s Tuesday, and we’re back with another round of favorites from 2014. You know the drill: three a day every day this week—in no particular order—followed by our Final Four at the end of the week in Episode 33 of the podcast. Roundabout? Yes. Will we get our Top 25 done by the end of the week? Also yes.

Yesterday, I gave you recaps for rather an odd mix of albums, and I see no reason not to continue mixing it up in these posts. Today’s three albums may come from three different metal sub-genres, but they’re all fantastic listens. They are:

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