June // Agalloch // Go Big // Vindensang // Locktender // Bigelf

On this episode, Justin reviews Locktender’sRodin“, a concept steeped post-hardcore / metal delight.

L.A.’s Bigelf drop prog rock gem “Into the Maelstrom” and we dish it up.

Justin reviews Vindensang’sAlpha” and we’ll interview Jeff Neblock about the production and creation of the album.

Greg features another free album, NY’s Go Big and “The Story From Our Side” available from their Bandcamp.

Ross tells us about Agalloch‘s “The Serpent and the Sphere” and plays a little from it.

As always, thanks for listening!

April // Hiss Tracts // Protomartyr // Thin Privilege // Burak Ozmucur // Kim Kelly

On this show, Ross takes a look at the upcoming release from Hiss Tracts, an ongoing collaborative soundscape between David Bryant and Kevin Doria. You’ll hear a track off Shortwave Nights.

Justin reviews Glasgow’s Thin Privilege and their volatile, treacherous, and delightfully unnerving full-length. You’ll hear the track “…With Apologies to Thin Privilege” from that release.

Ross will share the releases for this month, as well as a brief recap of some standout Record Store Day releases, both from the UK and the US.

Greg dishes out a free download from Burak Ozmucur, which is a blend of Steve Wilson inspired prog, with Katatonia-esque elements. Greg plays us a cut from that release, which is available for free from Burak’s Bandcamp page.

Ross will tell you about Protomartyr and their recent Under Color of Official Right. You’ll hear a full track off of that release as well.

Last, but not least, Ross had a chance to catch up with Kim Kelly and talk about a recent SXSW panel she did on the topic of metal and its growing relevance in the mainstream.

As always, thanks for listening!

March 15, 2014 // JE double F // Cloud Nothings // Watter

Welcome back! Atlantic City punk/hip-hop artist, JE double F, joins us for an interview and performance. He talks about his label, touring, his writing process, and more. The full, unedited set and interview can be found on our Bandcamp page, which really helps us pay the bills.

Ross reviews the much anticipated release from Cloud NothingsHere and Nowhere Else.

Members of Slint and Grails come together under the name Watter to bring out This World, which we’ll hear the first track from.

Greg explores a pay-what-you-want download from ambient, electronic soloist, Alone Architect.

dry feet‘s Perry Shall gives his thoughts on smoking at shows and how it affects the audience and the performers.

Justin struggles to pronounce “Oi Magoi” as he reviews the newest release from Greek trio, Hail Spirit Noir.