Discography Discussion

Discography Discussion

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For this episode of Discography Discussion we decided it would be interesting to compare and contrast two legendary hardcore bands, Strongarm, and Few Left Standing. We discuss the overall impact each band had on the scene as well as which band we felt had the most growth between each album. Joe takes a big swing at Dan’s nostalgic feelings and tries to determine if these bands were special, or if they are just happy memories. N... Read more

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Metal Jesus himself sits down on this episode of the Discuss Metal podcast to discuss his journey into becoming a content creator. We talk about his musical experimentation in the 90’s, as well as his decision to become a full time youtuber and all the stress that can come along with taking such a gamble. Not a conversation to miss, surprises are definitely in store. Check it out! #discussmetal #MetalJesusRocks

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Does melodic hardcore follow a specific formula? Joe thinks it can, but Dan says now, especially when discussing Life In Your Way.. On this episode of Discography Discussion we discuss what it is that makes a melodic hardcore band unique in a sea of copycat bands and try to determine which camp Life In Your Way falls into. #discussmetal #LifeInYourWay

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There are many bands out there who will do their best to push their genre in directions nobody could have imagined. The unfortunate thing is that most bands do not achieve this. In This Moment is a band known for blending genres and pushing new ideas of what we think of as “acceptable” for metal. On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan, Joe, and Goeff analyze if In This Moment have achieved changing our expectations, or if... Read more

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Can too much of a good thing end up being a bad thing? For decades, Children of Bodom has been continuously honing their craft and putting out albums with a level of consistency most bands could only dream of. Join Dan,Joe, and Geoff as we discuss the highs and lows of this monumental band. #discussmetal #ChildrenOfBodom

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On this episode of Discuss Metal Dan sits down with Eric Mattson, drummer of Good Luck, Ugly! and Makeshift3. We discuss what got Eric into punk rock, the formation of Makeshift3, and even talk about Eric's unique method of self promotion. Not a conversation to miss! #discussmetal #GoodLuckUgly

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January 22, 2020 19 min

On a recent episode of Discography Discussion we referred to everyone’s favorite lyrics by The Chariot, “the devil is in Atlanta.” Häxan, a film by Benjamin Christensen, explores the mythology surrounding this truly evil create, and gives the world what Dan, Joe, and Mike believe is the absolute best depiction of the deity on film. Häxan has fear, superstition, spiritualism, and religious persecution a plenty. If you have never ... Read more

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Before we ever decided to cover them on the show, The Chariot has always been a legendary band. On this episode of Discography Discussion, Dan, Joe, and Buddy dive deep into every album to find out the reason why everyone considers them to be a cult band. #discussmetal #TheChariot

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Showbread was a band that you either “got” or you didn’t. No matter which side of the fence you are on, you have to admit that they were unique in a sea of hardcore, emo, and punk rock bands in the early 2000s. On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan, Joe, and Buddy dig into the weird rock opera, industrial, and alternative rock dubbed “Raw Rock” stylings of Showbread and figure out if this band was creatively rich or crea... Read more

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We’ve teased it for long enough and we figured the best way to kick off the year is to talk about the metalcore titans Every Time I Die. Joining us for this occasion is Jon Beatty of the BREWtally Speaking Podcast and Brandon Kellum of American Standards. Not an episode to miss! #discussmetal #EveryTimeIDie

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Welcome to Movie Mosh! Dan, Joe, and Mike sit down to watch one of the most metal animated films of all time, Ralph Bakshi’s The Lord Of The Rings. At a time when clever animation was casually defined as “whatever Disney was releasing this week,” Ralph Bakshi had his own style, and managed to put his own message into his films. The Lord Of The Rings may have been mistakenly released alongside Rankin/Bass The Hobbit, and The Re... Read more

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December 29, 2019 47 min

Bile is a band who has had many members and incarnations over the years, and yet they have been able to maintain a consistent sound. It’s a sound that fans love and expect from every release. On this episode of Discography Discussion, Dan and Joe jump into a steaming pool of Bile, and judge the band’s consistency compared to a world of other bands following trends. Dan also gives a heartfelt thank you to all the supporters of th... Read more

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A local record store is the foundation for a lot of people to expand their musical pallet. In this day and age when we have all of our favorite music at our fingertips, it’s nice to have a safe haven to talk to real life people, and explore new music. On this episode of Discuss Metal we sit down with Don Bastard, owner of The Record Space, and lead vocalist of Bastard Squad. We discuss punk rock, metal, horror films, music scene... Read more

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Consistency is a hard thing to achieve when you play industrial rock from the late 90s. Despite this, Kidneythieves have carved out a very consistent discography throughout their 20 year career. On this episode, Dan and Joe dig into each album and try to figure out how the band has kept such a consistent sound for so long. Is this a good thing? Find out on this episode of Discography Discussion. #discussmetal #kidneythieves

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Industrial December rolls on as we dive into the catalog of Static X! Dan and Joe give their nostalgic perspectives on the history of the band, and their current perspectives on the band’s not-so-well-received albums. They touch on the tragedy of Wayne’s tragic passing, and discuss the legacy of death metal disco. Check it out! #discussmetal #StaticX

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This week on the Discuss Metal podcast Dan and Joe sit down with Matt Fox of Shai Hulud and Zombie Apocalypse to talk all things Shai Hulud, Jaws in space, hardcore, genre debates, and our favorite Muppet movies. Yes, you read that right. Not an episode to miss! #discussmetal #MattFox #ShaiHulud

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Industrial December is in full swing this week when Dan and Joe sit down and give their thoughts on every album by 16 Volt. Did this band get overshadowed by bigger industrial rock bands of the mid and late 90’s? If so, was it their fault? Were bigger bands just copying what they were hearing in the underground, and getting their releases out faster? Find out on this episode of Discography Discussion! Enjoy. #discussmetal #16vol... Read more

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The concept of a “hidden gem” is so overplayed nowadays that its original meaning is starting to become lost. This week, we kick off Industrial December with a hidden gem in the form of Mnemic, a Danish industrial/metal/core/thrash band who brings everything they have to the table. Geoff returns to the show to help us sort through each album, and let you know exactly why you should give Mnemic a chance to impress you. It’s hard ... Read more

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It’s really hard for a band to do anything original or fun when the genre they play in is very oversaturated. After the Burial does their best to separate themselves from the sea of metalcore clone bands they have existed alongside throughout their career. Are they successful in this? Dan, Joe, and Chris take this episode to try and figure out if this band is unique, or if they fit the mold so many other bands occupy. #discussme... Read more

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What happens when a famed record producer decides to bring his own band to the masses? Will Putney’s Fit For An Autopsy is a blueprint that all deathcore needs to fall in line with. On this episode of Discography Discussion we talk about every album by Fit for An Autopsy, chew the meat, and spit out the bones. Is a band more consistent when one guy helms the ship, and has his own ideas about what makes a technically perfect albu... Read more

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