Welcome back one and all to another weekly mixtape installment. On deck this Saturday (uh, Sunday…sorry!) morning, we have a smattering of Ulver for you, some Sun Kil Moon, an appropriately themed cut from Siouxsie and the Banshees, plus a ton more at the link below. Thanks as always for tuning in.
Alright, this is what I was referring to. Lamb of God. Megadeth. In Flames. Trivium.There are ultimately two legs of this tour: 6/12 through 8/1 and then 10/2 through 11/13, all in North America. How immense is that?
Closing with some blackened death metal today because it’s a Monday and that’s pretty brutal. This is the new video for “Great Horned King” from Nexorum. Death Unchained will be out on March 6th through Non Servium Records.
Aaaaand just like that, we’re back to absolutely worthless stuff. Blabbermouth put out an actual post about Slayer guitarist Kerry King’s thoughts on NFL rule changes. Because anyone actually cares about Kerry’s word vomit.
And finally, since I promised you a video yesterday, here’s the new clip for Amorphis’s “Death of a King”:
I love the song, and the video’s…fine, whatever. But honestly? It’s days like today when I start to wonder why Canto even exist. Oh well, here we are. G’night, kids.
Had your fill of Episode 14 yet? If you haven’t, you may want to stop here and go listen, otherwise none of what follows will really make any sense. If that’s not gonna stop you either way, then hey! Welcome to this week’s edition of The Dump, where we bring you all the stuff we talked about–but couldn’t actually show you–on the podcast. Here’s what we’ve got for you this week:
It’s time for Episode 14 of The Horns Up Podcast, your weekly catch-up on all things metal!
This week, Dan and Corey take a listen to new albums from Novembers Doom and Demonic Resurrection, weigh in on the first wave of Maryland Deathfest’s 2015 lineup(!!!), and send the World Cup off with a rousing discussion of German hero Mario Götze’s boat boner.
All that and much, much more in this week’s episode, so check it out!
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