Discography Discussion

Discography Discussion

A heavy metal podcast. In depth discussion by fans, for fans. Subscribe, and listen. #Discussmetal

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August 31, 2022 177 min

Go big or go home! It’s finally time for Discography Discussion to talk about Van Halen. Joined by Jon Drake of the Nerfherder Council, Joe leads the charge into this mighty band’s discography. Expect plenty of Eddie and Alex fanboy moments on this one.  While the core of this band has not changed much over time, and fans can be polar opposite when it comes to who the singer is, there is no doubting Van Halen’s influence on so many...

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On this episode of Discography Discussion we dive into the four albums by Norwegian band In Vain, a band with their own flavor of progressive extreme metal.  Dan struggles with his lack of comprehension for the composition of these songs, and can't figure out if the band or he himself are the problem.  Have Dan and Joe met their match on this one?  Find out now! Enjoy! #discussmetal #invain

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Atreyu is a band that likes to keep you guessing.  Are they going to do the thing you are expecting on each album?  Are they going to do the thing you like, or something you hate?  Dan and Joe do their best to try to explain the many different incarnations of this band and also explain why they are worth your time. Enjoy! #discussmetal #atreyu

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On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan and Joe dig into the demented minds of The Red Chord.  Prepare yourself for discussions about groovy grindcore,1940s Chicago fires, and the many faces of mental health “clients.” It’s going to get heavy and weird for a while.  Enjoy! #discussmetal #theredchord

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It used to be hard to be an extreme metal fan in the 80's and 90's when everyone was sure every random corner of the world was brimming with hidden Satanic cults.  Tonight on Discuss Metal Live we discuss what it was like growing up in a society that hated the music we loved so much. #discussmetal

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Atheist is one of the most beloved technical metal bands from the early 90s.  On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan and Joe try to wrap their heads around this mind warping band.  Check it out! #discussmetal #atheist

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This week we dive head first into the world of blasphemous death metal with Deicide.  We try our best in this episode to figure out if Deicide is sincere, or a tongue in cheek band designed specifically to piss off everyone from all walks of life.  Dan can't help but read the lyrics aloud on this one while Mike and Joe try to keep it about the music.  Don’t miss this one, it has old school vibes.  Enjoy! #discussmetal #deicide

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Fans of progressive music can sometimes have trouble “getting into” newer bands in the genre.  The reasoning is different for everyone, but it can sometimes be hard to give a band a chance when stacked against giants of the genre.  Is Rivers of Nihil able to convince Dan and Joe that they have something unique to offer in comparison to their favorite progressive bands?  You’ll just have to click play to find out. Enjoy! #discussmet...

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We have made fun of Cradle of Filth on this show for FAR too long.  It’s time to do the work and get the proper context behind this band.  Are these guys black metal?  Can Dan stop being a metal elitist long enough to just enjoy a band for what they ARE?  Find out how much our eyes have been opened on this heavily requested episode. Enjoy!  #discussmetal #cradleoffilth

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As we pivot away from nu-metal back into more familiar territory, Dan and Joe turn to Battlecross for salvation.  Is this band’s intense cocktail of melodic death metal , thrash, and traditional heavy metal enough to convince Dan that modern bands can still deliver on the level of more classic metal bands?  I guess you will find out!  Also, we take some time to cover new opportunities on this episode of Discography Discussion.  Che...

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On this episode recorded live Dan, Joe, Rance, and Mike sit down to discuss an important topic to us.  That topic is Elitism and Gatekeeping in heavy music.  We discuss our experiences with dealing with elitists and gatekeepers as well as our experiences participating in it ourselves and we discuss why this behavior exists. Plus, some random “Friday the 13th” discussion to kick things off.  Enjoy! #discussmetal

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We finish up Nu-Metal May this year by discussing the often overlooked Flaw.  Is Flaw a hidden gem in nu-metal history?  Joe thinks so, some of the time.  Dan is not convinced, but we’re both down for the discussion.  Enjoy! #discussmetal #Flaw

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Can star power association carry a band?  This is the question everyone had about Adema when the band broke into the nu-metal scene in 2001, and there is an association with another very popular band.  On this episode of Discography Discussion we dig into everything Adema has to offer, and see if this band had merit on their own, or if they were riding the wave of somebody else’s success.  Spoilers:  We like Adema. Enjoy. #discussm...

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As Dan struggles to recover from the Papa Roach episode, Joe decided it was time for him to try out some Dope.  Love them or hate them, Dope makes heavy, sincere, and downright evil caveman music. How does their catalog stack up from the 90s to the modern day?  We will let you decide, but hats off to a band that has a clear vision.  Don't miss this one. #discussmetal #dope

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Papa Roach is one of the most popular Rock bands of the past 22 years.  Most people know Papa Roach for their nu-metal influenced hard rock of the early 2000s. But, there is MUCH more to Papa Roach than what we all remember, and maybe that's a good thing.  Dan has thoughts about this band’s discography and Joe tries to keep it civil.  Don't miss this one. #discussmetal

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We kick off Nu-Metal May 2022 by taking a look at American Head Charge. A band that Dan claims to know little to nothing about, even though he seems to know most of the hits pretty well.  Dan and Joe go through each album and find themselves surprised by the quality of a band that has apparently been rock solid for over 20 years. #discussmetal #americanheadcharge

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Have you ever wondered where your favorite video game fits into the various subgenres of Heavy Metal?  Maybe you haven't, but we sure have!  Dan, Joe, and Mike discuss the various themes of many popular video games and try to decide how they match up with the various sub genres of metal! #heavymetal #videogames #discussmetal

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It’s time to party! Rance joins Dan and Joe to party!  And without further ado, we bring you this new episode of Discography Discussion all about Andrew W.K.  If you’re looking for a good time, you can’t go wrong with this guy most of the time.  What about those times where you can go wrong you ask?  We’ll mention those briefly.  Stay tuned, and enjoy! #discussmetal

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Dan returns to the podcast this week, and the only way to welcome him back was to get down and dirty with some metalcore.  On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan and Joe look at For Today and try to dissect the choices this Christian metalcore band made to become the darlings of the scene they came up in.  We know this episode is one you’ve been waiting for so we hope you enjoy it! #discussmetal #fortoday

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You want progressive?  You want heavy?  You want some metal!?  This episode of Discography Discussion has you covered as Joe welcomes Jon and Brian from Talking Into Infinity to take a break from all things Dream Theater and focus on one of the most satisfying heavy metal discographies yet.  This week, we dive into Symphony X, a band you have likely heard of, but have you given them all the time they need?  No one ever says “no” to...

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