The guys discuss Obscura‘s just-announced new album, Akróasis, and dig into some new and new-ish albums from Vastum and Obsequiae, respectively. Plus, Corey shares his experiences from last week’s Mgła show in Cambridge!
All that and much, much more in Episode 24, so check it out!
This week’s Vision ov Hell is a bit of a special edition. But the fact is, the most recent episode of The Shades cannot go without proper discussion. Now, The Shades should sound familiar to many of you as it has come up on multiple occasions on The Nine Circles Podcast. However, if you have failed to check it out to this point, the third episode titled “Satanists Go Hard, Bro” is the perfect time to change all that. Continue reading →
The guys look into the disappointing news around Cynic‘s (breakup?) then much more excitedly celebrate the No. 4 chart debut for Iron Maiden‘s new album, The Book of Souls. They then far-less-excitedly talk about the new Slayer album, Repentless. What can we say — it’s an episode of extremes!
All that and much, much more in Episode 17, so check it out!
It’s time for Episode 17 of The Horns Up Podcast, your weekly catch-up on all things metal!
We’re into our second and final week of the Great Butterworth Recession of 2014! This time, co-host emeritus Kevin Davis stops by to chat about new albums from Eluveitie and Nachtmystium, laugh at Varg Vikernes for getting banned from eBay, and discuss new developments at his film production company, Visibly Shaken.
All that and much, much more, so check it out!
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It’s time for Horns Up, your weekly catch-up on all things metal!
This week, Dan and Corey cover new releases from Dust Moth and Machine Head, discuss the latest in the battle royale between Queensrÿche and ex-vocalist Geoff Tate, and revisit classic albums from Black Sabbath and At the Gates. Plus, Corey identifies 47 new ways to articulate just how much he hates deathcore!
All that and much more in Episode 3–plus, check back later today for our subgenre playlist of the week: melodic death metal!