Johnny Papaioannou of Background Noise Suppression discusses Pop Dirt, Thessaloniki vs. Athens, the 2004 Olympics, olives, and Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Super Metal World Podcast features conversations with metal musicians, industry leaders, and more. It also showcases Month in Metal, discussing the best albums and interesting news that occurred during the month as well as playing music from the featured artist of the month!
Let's not forget According to a Pop Fan where your co-hosts review a metal album with a pop fan to gain a new perspective. The gang takes their time unpacking albums track-by-track while offering their opinions from unique perspectives. We promise there is no other metal podcast doing this type of album review!
Fans of Super Metal World Podcast appreciate the in-depth conversations that go beyond the traditional radio spot interview and the care, intellect, and passion that fuels the show.
On the Rocks Podcast features the perfect blend of rock 'n' roll and pop culture. Each week, Mark Radlund interviews musicians and prominent "behind the scenes" figures within the rock universe. Signed or unsigned, this podcast is an excellent outlet for band's to feature their music.
Along with interviews, the show frequently touches up on current events, hot topics, and yes, the occasional rant. The podcast is also no stranger to celebrating iconic albums in a track-by-track format. Let's not forget our Playback series, where we break down our favorite music-themed movies.
Fans of On the Rocks Podcast dig the lighthearted conversation, with in-depth research attached. The show purely runs on passion for a genre that is not dead in the slightest, despite what some say.
Read our review of the self-titled album from the melodic death metal band, Pile of Priests.
Matt Bacon of Dropout Media Discusses three easy ways to add value to your album.
We review Wrath Encompassed by Unmerciful. Put bluntly, a five-piece bucket of audio onslaught.
Read our review of Palingenesis by Embodiment. A band with infectious ambition.
Ready our review of Dominion by Cemetery Filth. A band with a promising future in death metal.
Full of cameos, celebrity roasts, and plain white t-shirts, Eminem's iconic "The Real Slim Shady" music video turns 20 years old.
We review Cold Logic by Shards of Humanity. Shards of Humanity combines death and thrash metal to an intoxicating effect.