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The Future of Groove Metal

The Future of Groove MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 50:

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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More Chronicles of Hardcore

More Chronicles of HardcoreHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 22:

We revisit Hardcore Punk, wherein we explore MORE bands and artists that contributed greatly to the scene and to its influence on Metal. From the Shock Rock of GG Allin, to the war declaration of Fear; and the Anarcho-punk of Discharge to the Zombie Punk of the Cramps: We re-examine the style, and bring you More Chronicles of Hardcore.

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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

ARCH ENEMY: First Official Performance Footage Featuring New Guitarist JEFF LOOMIS

BLACK SABBATH’s TONY IOMMI Reveals Heavy Metal’s Bloody Origins In New Short

BRUCE DICKINSON Undergoes Cancer Treatment

EYEHATEGOD Issues Statement Regarding Cancellation Of Tour In Australia & Mexico

Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN Keyboardist MATS OLAUSSON Found Dead In Thai Hotel Room

KISS Admits To Using Backing Tracks While Performing New Single ‘Samurai Son’

Man Listening To Only NICKELBACK For A Week To Help Charity

METALLICA: ‘Some Kind of Monster’ Co-Director BRUCE SINOFSKY Dead At 58

SAMAEL Parts Ways With Bassist, Announces Replacement

STEEL PANTHER Challenges ANTHONY KIEDIS To A Sing-Off, CHRIS JERICHO To A Wrestle-Off

 


 

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The Emergence of Hardcore

The Emergence of HardcoreHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 20:

We turn to the second wave of Punk: the emergence of Hardcore. From the Horror Punk of the Misfits, to the influence of Rollins and Black Flag, to the political Dead Kennedys, and the Straight Edge of Minor Threat and Fugazi, we turn to the advancement of a Punk Subgenre that would play a crucial role in the future of Heavy Metal.

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Metal News Links

BLACK SABBATH’s GEEZER BUTLER Thanks Fans For Support

Documentary Filmmaker DREW STONE To Direct ‘The New York Hardcore Chronicles Film’

Ex-WHITESNAKE Guitarist DOUG ALDRICH To DEE SNIDER: ‘You Are A Total Jackass’

Former METAL MANIACS Editor KATHERINE LUDWIG Dies

ICE-T’s BODY COUNT Releases Cover Of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES’ Institutionalized

IMPELLITTERI To Release ‘Venom’ Album In April

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist wins car and truck on The Price Is Right

MEGADETH’s DAVID ELLEFSON: ‘We’re Moving Forward With Writing A New Album’

RUSH: North American ‘R40 Live’ Tour Dates Announced

TENACIOUS D win Metal Grammy

 


 

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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

 


 

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From the Page to the Metal

From the Page to the MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 7:

Through history, bands and artists have taken influence from a variety of sources for lyrical concepts. But it is in the realm of fiction where some metal bands have concentrated some of their energies. For this edition of our show, from classic books to contemporary graphic novels, we examine how literature has influenced Metal…

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Metal News Links

CARCASS: ‘The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills’ Music Video Released

Ex-BLACK SABBATH Singer TONY MARTIN’s New Solo Album To Include CLIVE JONES

EXODUS: Entire ‘Blood In Blood Out’ Album Available For Streaming

IN THIS MOMENT: ‘Black Widow’ Track Listing Revealed

JIMMY PAGE Says New Music ‘Will Be A Summing Up Of Where’ He Is ‘At This Point In Time’

METALLICA Planned To Fire LARS ULRICH In 1986, Confirms ANTHRAX’s SCOTT IAN

MORGOTH Performs New Song ‘God Is Evil’ In Stuttgart

NINE INCH NAILS, GREEN DAY Among Nominees For ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME

SLIPKNOT: New Song ‘Sarcastrophe’ Available For Streaming

THE SIRENS: Two Songs Released

 


 

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What’s in a Name?

What's in a Name?Heavy Metal Historian
Episode 3:

For this edition of the show, we answer the question: “Who was the first band to be called ‘metal’ or ‘heavy metal’, and where did the name come from?” The name of the genre is as significant as the subculture the metal movement developed into. But discovering the first early uses are not so easy to isolate and identify…

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Metal News Links

ARJEN LUCASSEN And ANNEKE VAN GIERSBERGEN Join Forces In THE GENTLE STORM

Audio Premiere: EXODUS’ New Song ‘Salt The Wound’ Featuring METALLICA’s KIRK HAMMETT

BUTCHER BABIES’ Cover Version Of NAPOLEON XIV’s ‘They’re Coming To Take Me Away’ Available For Streaming

EXTREME/Ex-VAN HALEN Singer GARY CHERONE To Release New HURTSMILE Album ‘Retrogrenade’ Next Month

FLYLEAF: Entire ‘Between The Stars’ Album Available For Streaming

GENE SIMMONS: ‘Rock Is Finally Dead’

JOHN CORABI’s 20th-Anniversary Tour Of MÖTLEY CRÜE’s 1994 Album To Kick Off In October

LORDI To Release ‘Scare Force One’ Album On Halloween

MR. BIG: New Song ‘The Monster In Me’ Available For Streaming

SATAN: ‘Trail Of Fire – Live In North America’ Cover Artwork Unveiled

 


 

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Let There Be Metal

Let There Be MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 1:

On our debut episode, it seems appropriate to go back to the very beginning. Let’s have a look at the initiation of metal, and how the course was forged in those very early years. We examine the road paved by the FIRST Big 4: Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Blue Cheer…

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

Australian Radio Station Bans KISS

GWAR’s ODERUS URUNGUS Set Ablaze In Viking Funeral Pyre

GWAR To Embark On ‘Eternal Tour’ In The Fall

GLENN DANZIG Working On EP Of ELVIS PRESLEY Covers

UNLOCKING THE TRUTH Partners With ARTERY RECORDINGS

FOO FIGHTERS: ‘Sonic Highways’ Trailer Available

RUSH Drummer NEIL PEART’s ‘Far And Near: On Days Like These’ Book Due In October

‘Metal Down Under’: A History Of Australian Heavy Metal DVD Now Available

BLACK STAR RIDERS Tap Producer NICK RASKULINECZ For Second Album

 


 

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