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The Sideshow Podcast – Episode 340: Greyhaven, Monotheist, Sentient Horror 2018 Album Reviews + Vermont Bandcamp Pick: Ghastly Sound

As we promised last week, we have some more – and different – Death Metal for you in this show. It’s not all DM though, as we also bring another promised review. See?  We are good, honorable men who stay true to our word…or something like that. https://thesideshowpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/sideshow-340.m4a

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Discography Discussion Podcast – Episode 059: Opeth

Long time friend of the show Mike Yahne stops in this week to discuss the staggering discography of the mighty Opeth. Is it ok for a metal band to stop being death metal? Does the name of a band dictate their sound? What does all of this have with musical composition and sequencing? Find out on this week’s very evil episode of Discography Discussion.

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The Sideshow Podcast – Episode 339: The Crown, The Absence, Of Feather and Bone 2018 Album Reviews + Rhode Island Bandcamp Pick: Crippled Beggar

Death Comes in Many Forms Remember that part of Forrest Gump where they go through all the ways you can have shrimp? Well, you can pretty much do the same thing with Death Metal. This week, we have a few styles, next week we’ll have a few more, and who knows? Maybe we’ll have a few more the week after. https://thesideshowpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/sideshow-339.m4a  

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The Great Metal Debate – TGMD Album Review A Gift For The Obsessed

Today we’re reviewing the 4th studio album from Tampa death metal assemblage The Absence, entitled “A Gift For The Obsessed. I’ll be honest that, before receiving this promo, I was not familiar with The Absence, and was surprised to see their substantive back catalogue. There’s just so much good music coming out these days, despire their best efforts even the most passionate metal fan is going to miss quality bands. So it was for me and The Absence.

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