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The Future of Industrial Metal

The Future of Industrial MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 31:

We conclude our look into Industrial Metal, as we look at where the style was during the beginning of the 21st century, and where it’s going now. Following the legacy set down by groups such as Nine Inch Nails, VAST, Ministry, Rammstein, and Marilyn Manson, we search for what’s in store for the Future of Industrial Metal.

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Metal News Links

BLACK SABBATH To Embark On Final Tour In 2016, Says OZZY OSBOURNE

BLACK SABBATH’s BILL WARD Releases First Solo Album In 18 Years, ‘Accountable Beasts’

BRITNY FOX Has Reunited And Is Back In Studio

GORGUTS Announces Demo Vinyl Anthology

HELLOWEEN: New Song ‘Lost In America’ Available For Streaming

ICED EARTH Rejoined By Drummer BRENT SMEDLEY; New Album Title Revealed

Late ’80s/Early ’90s Incarnation Of VENOM Reunites As VENOM INC.

LINDEMANN Featuring RAMMSTEIN Frontman: ‘Skills In Pills’ Album Artwork

SEPULTURA To Release ‘Under My Skin’ 30th-Anniversary EP

SLIPKNOT’s COREY TAYLOR Says He Turned Down Opportunity To Star In ‘Rock Of Love’

 


 

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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 Rise and Future of Shock Rock

The Rise and Future of Shock RockHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 6:

In 1969, fans were hungry for something different. The cultural movements had become dominated by musical heroes. It was time for a rock villain. Beginning with Alice Cooper, then KISS, & their descendants in the “Motleypocalypse Generation”, the rise of Shock Rock in Metal would have a huge impact, into the future & beyond.

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Metal News Links

AC/DC: ‘Rock Or Bust’ Artwork, Track Listing Unveiled

DAVE MUSTAINE On His Mother-In-Law’s Disappearance: ‘My Wife Is Very, Very Upset’

DEVIN TOWNSEND: Lyric Video For ‘Deathray’ Song From ‘Z2’ Double Album

IRON REAGAN’s New Album – The Tyranny Of Will

NAPALM DEATH Looking To ‘Achieve Varying Types Of Sonic Assault’ On Upcoming Album

PAUL BOSTAPH Is Tired Of Hearing LOMBARDO’s Version Of What Happened With SLAYER

STEEL PANTHER: ‘Pussywhipped’ Video Released

Report: Suspected Terrorist Volunteer Was Bangladeshi Death Metal Singer

U.D.O. To Release ‘Decadent’ In January

LEMMY: MOTÖRHEAD Will ‘Probably’ Begin Work On New Album In January

 


 

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The Origins of Shock Rock

The Origins of Shock RockHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 5:

One Metal subgenre stands separately from the others because of how vastly unusual it is – and also because it existed BEFORE metal did. Beginning with this edition of Heavy Metal Historian, we take a two-part look at Shock Rock – the classification of a genre based on the appearance of the artists, or theatrical performance, or their ability to offend…

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Metal News Links

BLACK SABBATH To Begin Work On New Studio Album Next Year

CARCASS To Release ‘Surgical Remission / Surplus Steel’ EP

Ex-METALLICA Bassist JASON NEWSTED Is No Longer On Any Social Networking Site

Family Of AC/DC’s MALCOLM YOUNG Confirms He Is Suffering From Dementia

First Interview with GWAR’s New Female Scumdog VULVATRON

Former Wicked Lester Guitarist Faces Child Pornography Charge

MASTODON’s BRANN DAILOR Defends ‘The Motherload’ Video Against Accusations Of Sexism

MONGREL releases new video for “Snakes” from Evolution EP

TOM MORELLO Slams Seattle Restaurant After Being Denied Service

Virginia Police: Significant Break In Case Of Murdered METALLICA Fan

 


 

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