Another Metal Podcast Episode 54

Another Metal Podcast Episode 54

May 23

The title for this week is a bit cheeky; this episode’s playlist seems to be pretty heavy on stoner/doom and death metal. Which makes for a nice change from the black/death mix that I’ve been leaning towards for a while now. Regardless, it’s a brutal set of music as usual, so strap in and crank those speakers.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 53

Another Metal Podcast Episode 53

May 16

Picking two hours worth of new heavy metal is a double edged sword; the kind of sword Cirith Ungol and Manilla Road sing about. On one hand it’s a great excuse to spend my free time listening to truck-loads of new music, on the other hand I have to spend my time listening to truck-loads of new music. I miss you Cirith Ungol and Manilla Road…

Another Metal Podcast Episode 52

Another Metal Podcast Episode 52

May 09

It’s episode 52 for this heavy metal podcast, and even though this is a weekly show it’s actually been going for a bit more than a year; the first couple of months were bi-weekly and I have of course missed a few weeks here and there for. But let’s just go ahead and say it’s been a year of spotlighting new underground heaviness since I never properly celebrated that milestone.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 51

Another Metal Podcast Episode 51

May 02

Welcome to this week’s roundup of new metal. This week’s bunch hails from the US, UK, Slovenia, Sweden, Singapore, Finland, Poland, Portugal Italy, Greece, Spain, Mexico, Canada, Ukraine, and Germany.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 50

Another Metal Podcast Episode 50

Apr 24

Here’s the big five oh. Fifty episodes of this little heavy metal podcast, and it’s going strong with no midlife crisis in sight. Many hails to all the regular listeners that have signed on to the weekly cacophony; it’s good to know the bands that I play on every episode are getting some exposure.

Interview: Hellripper

Interview: Hellripper

Apr 13

An interview with James McBain, the man behind one-man Scottish band Hellripper, who’s ripping it up with old-school black-thrash metal in the vein of Bathory, Venom, and Kreator.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 49

Another Metal Podcast Episode 49

Apr 11

If you’re a metalhead, then you’ve heard the question, “Are you angry?” when your music is overheard by ‘normals’ at least 243,198 times in your life. And we all know it’s not the music that makes us angry; it’s the asshat asking the question.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 48

Another Metal Podcast Episode 48

Apr 05

Welcome to this week’s edition of the little heavy metal podcast that could. It’s got lots of brutal new music from lots of different places, like Sweden, US, UK, Poland, Denmark, China, Colombia, Belgium, and more. Give it a listen.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 47

Another Metal Podcast Episode 47

Mar 28

If there’s one thing that can be respected about heavy metal, it’s the honesty. Just like how I honestly love putting these together each week because it gives me an excuse to drown my brain in a constant onslaught of loud, horrific-sounding cacophony.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 46

Another Metal Podcast Episode 46

Mar 20

If you can think of a better way to start off the week than with a giant block of new heavy metal, don’t tell me about it because I like having an excuse to produce this ugly little duckling of a podcast. And besides, for some reason this is one of the few music-only heavy metal podcasts out there that doesn’t do talk or interviews, which means I can tell myself that I’m doing some kind of service to the community. Let me have my ego trip.

Interview: Dryland

Interview: Dryland

Mar 16

Stoner metal has always been there, whether it was a Pentagram, Saint Vitus, Sleep, Electric Wizard, or anyone else, the genre has kept itself rolling on (pun intended), faithfully staying true to the primal spirit of rock. One such band doing their part these days to bring pure rock to the masses is Bellingham Washington’s Dryland.

Another Metal Podcast Episode 45

Another Metal Podcast Episode 45

Mar 14

If you’re back for more of what I shovel at your ears every week that means you’re a real glutton for sonic punishment, considering the black/death rabbit hole I’ve been wandering down lately. As the show has gone on it seems the average songs I pick just get nastier and more unforgiving, not unlike a junkie needing a stronger dose for each spike. And more people listen each week, which just means we’re all just a bunch of heavy metal junkies, eh?