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Underground metal music recommendations and much more from FlightOfIcarus of MetalTrenches.com.
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A mystery guest inspired by our previous episodes on Deathspell Omega and Metal Controversy w/ Heavy Metal History shares his own story of how metal music helped pull him OUT of an early upbringing defined by very real racism as well as his thoughts on bands that have been called out for supposed negative ideologies.Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
FlightOfIcarus and Chris Dahlberg join forces once again to answer the age old question of whether old albums still hold up. More specifically, they mine through their earliest reviews to see if their words and scores still hold strong with new ears.The reviews in question:Boy Sets Fire - The Misery Index: Notes from the Plague Years:www.cosmosgaming.com/music/music-reviews/boy-sets-fire-the-misery-index-notes-from-the-plague-years/Mors Principium Est - Dawn Of The Fifth Era:https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/line-up-change-pshaw-77A Life Once Lost - Hunter"http://www.cosmosgaming.com/music/music-reviews/a-life-once-lost-hunter/Septicflesh - Titan: http://www.metalstorm.net/pub/review.php?review_id=13289Horse The Band - The Mechanical Handwww.cosmosgaming.com/music/music-reviews/horse-the-band-the-mechanical-hand/ Periphery - Juggernaut: http://www.metalstorm.net/pub/review.php?review_id=13288Korn - See You On The Other Side:http://www.cosmosgaming.com/music/music-reviews/korn-see-you-on-the-other-side/Behemoth - The Satanist: http://www.metalstorm.net/pub/review.php?review_id=13260Chiodos - All’s Well that Ends Well:www.cosmosgaming.com/music/music-reviews/chiodos-alls-well-that-ends-well/Slipknot - The Gray Chapter:http://www.metalstorm.net/pub/review.php?review_id=13022Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
FlightOfIcarus welcomes back friend and previous guest Charlie Fell of Lord Mantis, Cobalt, and most recently Today Is The Day to discuss his battle with heroin addiction and subsequent road to sobriety with Methadone treatment.Lord Mantis: https://profoundlorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/death-maskCobalt: https://profoundlorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/slow-foreverToday Is The Day: https://todayistheday.bandcamp.com/Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/
FlightOfIcarus sits down with Dustin of the Heavy Metal History podcast to discuss various layers of past and present metal controversies, whether you can separate the artists from the music, cancel culture, and much more. Specific examples include Decaitated, Tim Lambesis, Mikko Aspa of Deathspell Omega, and Varg to name a few. Consider this to be sort of a Part II of the Deathspell Omega episode with Chris Dahlberg.Heavy Metal History: https://www.heavymetalhistorypodcast.com/Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
FlightOfIcarus speaks with Aaron Green of melodic death metal band AERITH, which also features Aborted's Ken Bedene. We talk about the state of the genre, In Flames, Ken's busy touring schedule, new material from the band, and building a brand. Thanks for listening!Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
FlightOfIcarus gets slap happy with noisey mathgrind/powerviolence band Mouthbreather and attempts to salvage the semblance of an interview experience along the way. They talk headlining the upcoming Mathcore IndexFest in Oakland California, new material, and beyond that pretty much utter nonsense. Probably my fault. Thanks for listening!BUY INDEXFEST TICKETS: https://www.oaklandmetro.org/event/341322Mouthbreather Music: https://mouthbreathercult.bandcamp.com/album/dollmeatDollmeat review: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/dollmeat-1534Pig review: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/pig-1450Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
Flight and Chris discuss their favorite albums from the first half of 2019. Links below.Mathcore Indexfest Tickets: https://www.oaklandmetro.org/event/341322Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesOLAM: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/i-will-guide-thy-hand-1898https://olam.bandcamp.com/album/i-will-guide-thy-handFunereal Presence: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/achatius-1798https://funerealpresence.bandcamp.com/album/achatiusGlassing: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/spotted-horse-1922https://glassing.bandcamp.com/album/spotted-horseLaster: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/het-wassen-oog-1912https://laster.bandcamp.com/album/het-wassen-oogInferi: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-end-of-an-era-rebirth-1858https://inferi.bandcamp.com/album/the-end-of-an-era-rebirthInter Arma: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/sulphur-english-1915https://interarma.bandcamp.com/album/sulphur-englishAltarage: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-approaching-roar-1770https://altarage.bandcamp.com/album/the-approaching-roarMagic Circle: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/departed-souls-1893https://listen.20buckspin.com/album/departed-soulsNoctambulist: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/atmospheres-of-desolation-1724https://bloodharvestrecords.bandcamp.com/album/atmospheres-of-desolationElizabeth Colour Wheel: https://elizabethcolourwheel.bandcamp.com/Kaleikr: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/heart-of-lead-1763https://kaleikr.bandcamp.com/album/heart-of-leadAndavald: https://andavald.bandcamp.com/album/undir-skygg-arhaldiPeriphery: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/periphery-iv-hail-stan-1887The Callous Daoboys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUWNyI7BnIwhttps://darktrailrecords.bandcamp.com/album/die-on-marsWarforged: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/i-voice-1872https://warforged.bandcamp.com/album/i-voice
FlightOfIcarus of MetalTrenches.com interviews Spencer of Portland progressive, technical metal band The Odious. We talk about the new album Vesica Piscis, Alice In Chains, Sikth, and a general love for music. Thank you as always for listening and please do share and subscribe!The Odious: https://theodious.bandcamp.com/Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
FlightOfIcarus and Chris Dahlberg discuss the new album from French black metal group Deathspell Omega. We talk about both the music and controversy stemming from the lyrics and history of vocalist Mikko Aspa (whose name I repeatedly mispronounce here, as well as Horna, for that matter). To be clear, this discussion is not meant to excuse bad behavior, but rather analyze the situation for what it is and put some additional perspective to it. Find 'The Furnaces of Palingenesia' here and make your own judgments: https://deathspellomega.bandcamp.com/album/the-furnaces-of-palingenesiaBecome a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
FlightOfIcarus spends some time with Chris Hornbrook, one of the fonding members of Poison The Well. We talk about new projects, getting famous young, self-determination, and never giving up. Thanks as always for listening! Please SUBSCRIBE and also listen via iTunes, CastBox, and BitChute.Chris Hornbrook: http://www.chrishornbrook.com/Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/metaltrenchesSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/dogQCDDon't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com. Podcast also available on iTunes, BitChute, and CastBox.Connect:https://metaltrenches.comhttps://www.minds.com/metaltrencheshttps://www.facebook.com/metaltrenches/https://metaltrenches.bandcamp.com/https://twitter.com/MetalTrencheshttps://www.instagram.com/metal.trenchesPodcast Theme Song: The Hudson Horror – “What The Moon Brings”Background art thanks in part to Kim Holm: https://denungeherrholm.smugmug.com/I do not own the rights to the song clips featured on this podcast. All credit to the artists and labels with specific permission granted. Clips are for promotional purposes only in the hopes that their use will further encourage listeners to purchase the albums.
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