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Underground metal music recommendations and much more from FlightOfIcarus of MetalTrenches.com.
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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.
FlightOfIcarus interviews charismatic frontman Carson Pace of Atlanta, Georgia mathcore band The Callous Daoboys (FFO: The Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die, The Number 12 Looks Like You). We discuss their incredible, AOTY-worthy upcoming release Die On Mars and bond over our shared love of The Number 12 Looks Like You, Say Anything, and Red Letter Media. Preorder the album from...Digital: https://thecallousdaoboys.bandcamp.com/album/die-on-mars-2Vinyl: https://www.thecallousdaoboys.com/new-page-3CD: https://darktrailrecords.bandcamp.com/album/die-on-marsCassette: https://www.thecallousdaoboys.com/new-page-3Become 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 Finn McKenty, of the YouTube channel The Punk Rock MBA and URM Academy, go in deep on mental health within the scene and beyond covering such topics as locus of control, cognitive distortions, lower brain regulation, and more. Also listen to Finn explain what a "Veil of Maya" is and how it pertains to self determination.The Punk Rock MBA: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjewxGh1Gx5i5Uzxn0v-TPwURM Academy: https://urm.academy/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 gives an in depth review of the new Fleshgod Apocalypse album 'Veleno,' which he argues may be their best to date. Buy it this Friday on all platforms via Nuclear Blast Records. Flight also drops some serious shout-outs with Employed To Serve, Mireplaner, Glassing, Vale of Pnath, & Archivist. Finally, we end this packed episode with a trailer for the upcoming Mathcore Indexfest coming to Oakland, CA in July.  Thanks as always 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.Mathcore Indexfest Tickets: Tickets:https://www.oaklandmetro.org/event/341322 Reviews and Full Streams:Employed To Serve - https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/eternal-forward-motion-1918Mireplanger - https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/a-mountain-of-saola-hooves-1909Glassing - https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/spotted-horse-1922Vale of Pnath - https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/accursed-1850Archivist - https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/triumvirate-1945Connect: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 interviews New York band The Illusory Self (members of The Hudson Horror) that they describe as "death metal larping as metalcore." I've known frontman Dan for a few years now, so in addition to discussing their new EP, it was fun to just wax nostalgia on a number of metal-related topics. Order and stream the EP here: https://theillusoryself.bandcamp.com/album/dead-godsBecome 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. We are 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.trenc...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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