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ANAAL NATHRAKH drink bleach with their pig overlords on New Track "Endarkenment" off of their new album of the same name coming out this October. Let me know if you loved it or hated it and your favorite anaal nathrakh album in the comments. I'm partial to The Whole Of The Law myself.

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If you are fans of bands like early Meshuggah with a Keytar twist, you gotta watch this metal video reaction featuring Finnish progressive death metal band Humavoid for the track "Lidless." The album of the same name will drop August 21: https://humavoid.bandcamp.com/

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Interview with Cory of Cyberdeath/Nintendocore project ZOMBIESHARK! (and also CurlyArt Illustration & Design) about the new album 'I Will Destroy You, Myself, And Everything I've Ever Loved' (out now), his early initiation into the Nintendocore genre, expanding his sound into Cyberdeath, Genghis Tron, marketing and creative DIY packaging, allusions to Silent Hill, and much more. Be sure to check out the album and if you have any more questions drop them in the comments. This podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify, Castbox, YouTube, and Bitchute.

Zombieshark!: https://zombieshark.bandcamp.com/album/i-will-destroy-you-myself-and-everything-ive-ever-loved

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Sharing 5 more of the best new metal albums of July 2020 that are going to hit you hard and fast this month, this time focusing on black metal and death metal. This week we review Death Metal band Ahtme w/ 'Mephitic', Deathgrind band Resin Tomb w/ their self titled, Black Metal band Drouth w/ 'Excerpts From A Dead Liturgy', Cathartic Black Metal band Gaerea w/ 'Limbo', and Black Metal band Dkharmakhaoz w/ 'Proclamation ov the Black Suns'... in other words a heavy month for black and death metal. Let me know which is your favorite in the comments.

Gaerea: https://gaerea.bandcamp.com/
Ahtme: https://uniqueleaderrecords.bandcamp.com/album/mephitic
Drouth: https://drouthtl.bandcamp.com/
Resin Tomb: https://brilliantemperor.bandcamp.com/album/resin-tomb-2
Dkharmakhaoz: https://dkharmakhaoz.bandcamp.com/album/proclamation-ov-the-black-suns-2

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Today we are here to talk about the new album 'Alphaville' from New York technical black metal band Imperial Triumphant, via Century Media Records, following up the stunningly decadent Vile Luxury, which was one of my favorite albums of 2018 and Top 100 of the Decade. Get Alphaville here: http://www.imperial-triumphant.com/

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I have heard enough of Avatar to know that it's not really my style, but I've never actually listened to a track all the way through. Join me as I do for the very first time with "Colossus" from their upcoming album Hunter Gatherer due August 7th. https://avatarmetal.bandcamp.com/

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It's Meshuggah meets Enslaved on this incredible progressive death metal track from Rannoch. Watch with me and let me know what you think below. Get the album here right now: https://rannoch-uk.bandcamp.com/

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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Ranking the discography of legendary nü metal/post-metal act Deftones from Adrenaline to Gore. Make your own here: https://tiermaker.com/create/deftones-albums-14020?presentationMode=true

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Hardcore / Post-Hardcore band Throne Torcher made an entire horror short film to go along with their new album 'Mechanics Of A Nightmare.' Check out some of the highlights of this high quality madness and watch the full version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt3cD75pTGk

Get the album: https://thronetorcher.bandcamp.com/

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Inspired by the recent release from Blodiga Skald and upcoming new album from Ensiferum, I share 5 of the Folk Metal albums that jumpstarted my love of the genre: Svartsot, Nokturnal Mortum, Moonsorrow, Equilibrium, and Ensiferum.

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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Watching and commenting on the new single from New York black metal band Imperial Triumphant "Rotted Futures." Their upcoming album 'Alphaville,' is one my most anticipated releases of the year and is coming July 31st via Century Media Records.

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Sharing even more (mostly) underground metal albums that you do not want to miss and will absolutely wreck your face. This week we cover new releases from Toothless, Protosequence, Psijic, Bore, and Vader. Get a big heaping dose of mathcore, hardcore, progressive death metal, thrash, and death metal. Find links to the albums below.

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Toothless: https://toothlessbandpa.bandcamp.com/
Protosequence: https://protosequence.bandcamp.com/
Psijic: https://psijic.bandcamp.com/album/self-titled
Bore: https://borehardcore.bandcamp.com/album/bore-ii
Vader: https://vader-band.bandcamp.com/

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Getting the hype train going for Australian metalcore and deathcore band Lune and their upcoming EP 'Ghost' with a commentary of their music video of the SICK track "Manipulator." Check out the full release and preorder this monster here: https://lunegroove.bandcamp.com/

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Checking out the new music video from hardcore band Capra. The Every Time I Die vibes are strong with this one.

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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There was a time where I was all about these guys. Make your own tier list here: https://tiermaker.com/create/devildriver-albums-metal-trenches-2020-60895?presentationMode=true

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Today we are watching the Music Video from 30 Seconds GO! for the track "I'd Rather Have A Bottle In Front Of Me, Than A Frontal Lobotomy." It's another slice of that early 2000's mathcore and MySpacecore goodness that really brings me back to high school (for better or worse). Thanks as always for watching along with me and let me know what I should watch next!

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30SecondsGo Bandcamp: https://30secondsgo.bandcamp.com/track/id-rather-have-a-bottle-in-front-of-me-than-a-frontal-lobotomy

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Did I call it or did I call it? This may be the tropiest metalcore video of all time. Cringe til you laugh with this barrel full of tropes.

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Watching the new music video "Null" from melodic black metal band Gaerea and their upcoming album 'Limbo' Via Season Of Mist. Take in the glorious sites and sounds with me and check out the full release here: https://gaerea.bandcamp.com/album/limbo

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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Chatting with Ethan Lee McCarthy about his frustrations with the current impact of world events on the metal scene, his new album from noise project Many Blessings, upcoming material from Primitive Man, stalkers, threats, and the response to his brief appearance on a Grindcore Documentary.

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Running down more of my favorite metal albums from the last few weeks. This week we're highlighting:
Blodiga Skald: https://blodigaskald.bandcamp.com/album/the-undrunken-curse
In The Company Of Serpents: https://inthecompanyofserpentsdoom.bandcamp.com/
Death Whore: https://deathwhore.bandcamp.com/album/s-t-ep
Black Curse: https://blackcurse-svr.bandcamp.com/album/endless-wound
Order Of Orias: https://wtcproductions.bandcamp.com/album/ablaze

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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Checking out thrash metal band Cruel Bomb and having good times with their music video for Atomic Demolition Munition. Check out their music here: https://cruelbomb570.bandcamp.com/

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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Watching the music video from the lead single from Italian folk metal band Blodiga Skald's new album 'The Undrunken Curse.'
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blodigaskald/
Bandcamp: https://blodigaskald.bandcamp.com/

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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Time to tackle the Swedish polyrhythmic legends. Make your own here: https://tiermaker.com/create/meshuggah-albums-36421?presentationMode=true

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Getting a good laugh and good tunes from Chicago hardcore crew Gone Awry and their new video for the track "Fallout" recorded in quarantine.

Bandcamp: https://goneawry.bandcamp.com/album/two-dimensional-identity

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Podcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”
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FlightOfIcarus spreads misery and malaise discussing the new album from New Zealand atmospheric technical death metal band Ulcerate and their new album 'Stare Into Death And Be Still' via Debemur Morti Productions.

Stare Into Death And Be Still: https://ulcerate.bandcamp.com/album/stare-into-death-and-be-still

Noctambulist: https://bloodharvestrecords.bandcamp.com/album/atmospheres-of-desolation

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FlightOfIcarus of MetalTrenches.com talks about underground metal albums, shares clips, and discusses various metal-related topics.