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The Future of Groove Metal

The Future of Groove MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 51:

We revisit the tragic night of December 8, 2004, the fallout among bands and fans the following day after the final live performance of Damageplan. And then we move to the advent of Hellyeah, and into the rise of Nu Metal and Metalcore. We close our examination of the subgenre, and dig deep into the Future of Groove Metal.

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Metal News Links

After Thirty Years, METAL HAMMER Magazine May be Finished

AS I LAY DYING’s TIM LAMBESIS Suing Prison for $35 Million Because He Has Man Boobs

BREAKING BENJAMIN Guitarist Loses Newborn Son

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Guitarist Comes To Aid Of Cop On Highway

GARY CHERONE Says EXTREME Is ‘Focusing On Putting Out A New Record’ This Year

GENE SIMMONS Says KISS Was Never Asked To Perform At DONALD TRUMP’s Inauguration

MAX CAVALERA On SEPULTURA: ‘Tell Me One Great Song They Have Written Since I Left’

THE DEAD DAISIES release new music video: “Long Way To Go”

TOOL Announces First New York City Show In More Than A Decade

WINTERSUN Completes Work On Third Album

 


 

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The Rise of Groove Metal

The Rise of Groove MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 50:

We continue our examination of Groove Metal and move from the formative years of the subgenre and into worldwide success for Pantera and Sepultura. We begin to look through the 1990’s at other acts like Soulfly, Down, Machine Head, Chimaira, Prong and more – as we dive into the Rise of Groove Metal.

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Metal News Links

AXL ROSE takes legal action over unflattering image

GATECREEPER Sign To Relapse; Prepare New Album

“(GENE SIMMONS says) Rock is Dead”: Classic Canadian Metallers HELIX take on KISS

GOJIRA: Entire ‘Magma’ Album Available For Streaming

Moonsorrow Documentary: Home of the Wind

More Than 70 Injured By Lightning At Germany’s ROCK AM RING Festival

NYC Death Metal Artist Arrested for Triple Homicide

OPETH sign to Nuclear Blast Entertainment; “Sorceress” to be released in late 2016

Shock Rock musician ROB ZOMBIE reveals trailer for his new movie: “31”

THE DEAD DAISIES release new music video: “Long Way To Go”

 


 

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The Rise of Industrial Metal

The Rise of Industrial MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 29:

We continue our focus on Industrial Metal, as its origins evolved into the emergence of a generation in the 1990’s that shifted opportunities. From the groundbreaking works of Ministry and Nine Inch Nails, to the appearance of Fear Factory, Rammstein, and White Zombie, we examine The Rise of Industrial Metal.

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Hosted by Greg Davies from Blendover, the Heavy Metal Historian Podcast delivers to you snippets of tales from years gone by in the world of Metal, one episode at a time.

 


 

Metal News Links

BLACK SABBATH cancel Ozzfest Japan appearance

Finnish Heavy Metal Goes To University

MEGADETH: Pre-Order New Album And Get Access To Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Content

SKID ROW Records New Version Of ’18 And Life’ With TONY HARNELL

SLAYER Headlining Mayhem Festival

SLAYER’s KERRY KING Says JEFF HANNEMAN’s Playing Will Not Be Featured On New Album

SOIL’s Tour Bus Involved In Road Accident

STONE SOUR: Full Cover Version Of METALLICA’s ‘Creeping Death’ Available For Streaming

Swedish Rockers GHOST Recruit ‘New’ Singer PAPA EMERITUS III, Prepare Third Album

TWISTED SISTER Taps Drummer MIKE PORTNOY For Upcoming Shows

 


 

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The Origins of Industrial

The Origins of IndustrialHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 27:

Amalgamating the experimentalism of avant-garde rock, with the emerging electronica coming out of Europe, Industrial Music would rise to later evolve into the genre made famous by Nine Inch Nails and Ministry, we turn back the clock to examine where it all derived from: we investigate The Origins of Industrial Metal…

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Hosted by Greg Davies from Blendover, the Heavy Metal Historian Podcast delivers to you snippets of tales from years gone by in the world of Metal, one episode at a time.

 


 

Metal News Links

ABBATH Puts IMMORTAL To Rest, Launches New Band

BRUCE DICKINSON Is Rocking A Mean Moustache In First Post-Cancer-Surgery Photos

CHRIS ADLER is Playing Drums on the New MEGADETH Album

DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION Films To Receive Deluxe-Box-Set Release This June

GENE SIMMONS of KISS teaming with WWE to make Horror Movies

JUDAS PRIEST: Limited-Edition ‘British Steel’ Coffee Coming Next Month

METALLICA To Co-Headline This Year’s LOLLAPALOOZA

NASHVILLE PUSSY Releasing Ten Years Of Pussy on May 12th

New SLAYER Album to Feature Performance by JEFF HANNEMAN

Report: TRENT REZNOR Playing ‘Major Role’ In APPLE Streaming Service

 


 

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The 1992 L.A. Riots and Heavy Metal

The 1992 L.A. Riots and Heavy MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 15:

The protests, rioting, looting, & arson of Ferguson in 2014 has caused many to recall the events of the LA Race Riots from 1992. Metal is frequently influenced by major events, including the mayhem of unrest – and the groups and songs that came after that time were of no exception. We turn back the clock & look at how the LA Riots influenced Metal…

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Metal News Links

ALICE IN CHAINS Vocalist WILLIAM DUVALL Recalls Being Racially Profiled By Police

CHRISTOPHER LEE Releases New Heavy Metal Single ‘Darkest Carols, Faithful Sing’

Cop Who Took Out DIMEBAG’s Killer Says He Is ‘Still In Counseling’ 10 Years After Shooting

Original RAGE Lineup Reunites As REFUGE, Plans Festival Appearances

MORGOTH Recruits DISBELIEF Singer KARSTEN ‘JAGGER’ JÄGER

Prosecutor: AC/DC’s PHIL RUDD Made Death Threat During Phone Call

SAXON Drummer NIGEL GLOCKLER Rushed To Hospital; Remaining UK Dates Postponed

SLAYER Rescues Kitten Before Indianapolis Show

Unsigned Metal Band selling album for $1 trying to go platinum…

VENOM To Release New Album in January

 


 

Documentary / News / Video Clips

Brandi Hitt – 20 Years Later Rodney King – (KTLA March 3rd 2011)

LA Riots of 1992: Rodney King Speaks

Los Angeles Riots, 1992 (1)

Rodney King: Can we all just get along?

Rodney King tape on national news

 


 

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  • Nemesis” by Arch Enemy from the album Doomsday Machine
  • WMA” by Pearl Jam from the album Vs.
  • We had to tear this Mothafucka up” by Ice Cube from the album The Predator
  • Body Count” by Body Count from the album Body Count
  • Civilized” by Rollins Band from the album Weight
  • Killing in the Name” by Rage Against The Machine from the album RATM
  • Objection Overruled” by Accept from the album Objection Overruled
  • Random Acts of Senseless Violence” by Anthrax from the album Stomp 442
  • Aenema” by Tool from the album Aenima
  • Forgotten (Lost Angels)” by Lamb of God from the album Sacrament
  • Cop Killer” by Body Count (originally) from the album Body Count
  • Down the Drain” by Cyclone Temple from the album My Friend Lonely

 


 

Music used in the Heavy Metal Historian Intro Theme was performed and written by AGAINST 72 – used with permission
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