On this special all-metal edition, Rob Pasbani from Metal Injection is joined by Vince Neilstein from Metal Sucks and Bob Lugowe from Relapse Records to present a slew of different metal styles. Portland-based Red Fang are interviewed about their latest album as they prep for their winter tour.
Selecting tunes at Hand of Doom Radio.
This will very likely be in my top 10 albums of the year - high quality sludge with massive hooks, thunderous drums, mile thick bass, and chaotic in-your-face vocals, reminiscent of Pro-Pain. Immediate riff satisfaction.
Punishing brutality across the board. One of the more exciting albums I've heard this year - twisting jagged riffs with that sense of heavy melody ala Yob. Gale, hats off to you, this is bloody awesome.
Hypnotic beats, evil riffs - the sound is instantly familiar and instantly addictive. Influences are clearly worn on the sleeve, but Witchthroat Serpent have stepped up to the plate and breath new life into a sound. Excellent stuff indeed.
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Superb metal band. I love his experimentation, his instrumental work, as well as the voice... amazing eclectic sound. Great job!!!
If you like the post-metal and do not know this album, don't listen to anything else, listen to this work now. A masterpiece, no doubt.
GoGo Penguin reminds me of the more experimental sound of the band of Esbjörn, but with a modern vision of jazz fusion, and a pop sound with syncopated rhythms. I look forward to more experimental evolution in their next release. Possibly the best band of the new jazz scene.