Ep. 12: A Conversation with Year of the Coyote (Concrete Cudgeling of Metallic Hardcore and Relentless Sludge)
The sludgy metallic hardcore three-piece, Year Of The Coyote, discuss their first LP, Siege, the origins of the band, and a good deal more.
An album review podcast of the latest records from MEDIUM (Self-Titled), Deadly Probe (EXPEDITION n. D34D5P4C3), and Astrakhan (Without New Growth Process is Bloodshed).
Paul Lopez (Sana Obruent, Angel Falls, Spell 336) discusses his love for drumming, his Sana Obruent opus August, and the passion driving his dark ambient work.
An album review podcast of the latest records from Nonsun (Black Snow Desert), Apophys (Devoratis), and Hezaliel (In The World of the Anesthetist).
Ep. 10: A Conversation with Decline (Misanthropic Deluge of Bastard Feedback and Spiteful Metal from Pelham, Ontario)
Jameson discusses the origin of Decline, his love for misanthropic music and bastard feedback, and the raw, bitter sentiments underlying his lyrics.
Talsur, the one-man doom band from Russia, discusses the origins of his musical endeavors, his incessant shape shifting of doom metal styles, and more.
An album review podcast of the latest records from Moloch Conspiracy (The Burned Temple), Nekomata (Zealotry For the Modern Age), and Dishonour (SFC).
Ian Turpin of Throat Breach discusses the evolution of his grindcore band from its bedroom days as Napalm Meth up to it becoming a sludgy, pus-exuding three-piece.
An album review podcast of the latest records from Silent Universe (The Infinity Coordinates), Euclidean (Quod Erat Faciendum), and Bleach For The Stars (Wildshank).
Joe Gamache (Woony Hax) discusses his nascent experimental ambient record label, OldeBlock Records, based in Edmonton, Alberta.
A podcast conversation with Belgium’s Barren of Shape, a zany experimental death-grind band featuring two bassists and one drummer.
An album review podcast of the latest records from The Null Spectre (Wendigo), protoU and Hilyard (Alpine Respire), and Drug Honkey (Cloak of Skies).
An interview podcast with Duncan Ritchie, the mind behind the melancholic dark ambient project, Flowers for Bodysnatchers.