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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h40m. Bisher sind 364 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 24 days 19 hours 7 minutes


Chicken Skin

Cannibal Corpse continue to blow our minds with Violence Unimagined, fellow reviews are for Devil Sold His Soul and GHLOW, it's a packed questions week, and Album Club recognises 10 years of the Foo Fighters' Wasting Light.



A Hug In Peril

Architects get orchestral, releases from Citizen, Wode and Godspeed You! Black Emperor get reviewed, and Album Club weighs up where .5: The Gray Chapter fits into Slipknot's sound in a post-WANYK world.



Barbecue Thrash Face

New tracks from Beartooth, The Bronx & more, Evanescence top reviews with their first album of original material in ten years backed by Sanguisugabogg and Dollar Signs, and Album Club is Testament's victorious thrash watershed The Formation of Damnation.



The Hardcore Class of 2021

It's Awards Season as we look at the outcome of the 2021 Grammys, reviews highlight a bunch of the best hardcore and crossover releases of the past couple weeks, and Album Club gives a peek at our in-depth Rammstein special available on Patreon with...



All Aboard the Freako Rabbalabba Howling Crow Mamma Funk Robot

Rob Zombie has another album with a stupid name we have to say out loud in reviews alongside Nick Cave & Warren Ellis and Eyehategod, Album Club looks at Thursday's 20 year old post-hardcore landmark Full Collapse, we discuss positive representation...



Drag Your J-Dog

It's another hotly contested week with the arrival of A Day To Remember's new album You're Welcome, Brand of Sacrifice and NOFX getting reviews, Amen's 2000 major label punk rock We Have Come For Your Parents is Album Club, and questions descend to...


 2021-03-05  1h36m

For Those Who Wish to Hyperbolize

Architects' new album gets the level-headed review in a bumper episode featuring Epica, Void, members of Code Orange getting emo with Adventures' Supersonic Home in Album Club, and a sombre discussion in news about the proposed lifting of lockdown...


 2021-02-26  2h7m

Breaking Boingjamin

TNM weighs up just how much live music is missing from our lives, Teenage Wrist, Love and Death, and Harakiri for the Sky get reviewed, Album Club positions Parkway Drive's Ire as a modern classic, and Gojira making a storming return to news with...


 2021-02-19  1h48m

Walk Like An Egyptian

It's an eclectic week of surprise drops as Hayley Williams' second solo release and Loathe's experimental ambient project are put under the microscope along with UK punks Drones, it's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nominee Time, and Album Club turns to...


 2021-02-12  1h44m

The Future Is Not Cancelled

It's a massive show as Foo Fighters top the album reviews along with Cult of Luna and The Ruins of Beverast, Album Club ponders whether Mindless Self Indulgence are the godfathers of crunkcore, we address the Marilyn Manson abuse allegations story...


 2021-02-05  1h46m