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On the Rocks Podcast

Conquering Antarctica: An Interview with Operation Highjump | On the Rocks

Zach and Cody of Operation Highjump join us this week to discuss Antarctica, disc golf, conspiracy theories, and the state of Oregon in general.

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Podcast Super Metal World

Sleeping Village Reviews Creator Ian Corse

Creator of Sleeping Village Reviews, Ian Corse, joins us to discuss the process of reviewing heavy music and his favorite albums of the year and decade!

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On the Rocks Podcast

Why the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Kind of Sucks | On the Rocks

Recently, 16 artists were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As always, there were cheers, jeers, and pissed off fans. Why were they upset, though? Tune in to find out.

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Podcast Super Metal World

Death Atlas by Cattle Decapitation | According to a Pop Fan

Listen as a pop expert and two metal experts discuss Death Atlas by Cattle Decapitation track-by-track.

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On the Rocks Podcast

How Music Changed this Decade | On the Rocks

As we enter the Roarin’ 20s, we reflect on what moments made the most impact within the music industry the past ten years.

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Podcast Super Metal World

Month in Metal | November 2019

November was a fun month for new metal. There were a few albums that we were thankful for. Enjoy our monthly metal recap.

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On the Rocks Podcast

Lovehoney: An Interview with Guitarist Tommy White | On the Rocks

Tommy White, lead guitarist of Lovehoney, joins us to discuss “Cruda,” performing with King DMC, and the Brooklyn music scene.

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Podcast Super Metal World

Independent Metal Radio 8

Independent metal is massively important to Super Metal World, and 2019’s last installation of of Independent Metal Radio has finally arrived!

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On the Rocks Podcast

Zac Brown Let Us Down | On the Rocks

Zac Brown released two albums in the month of September. Both feature some questionable song choices, but were they actually that bad?

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Make MTV Unplugged Again

MTV Unplugged showcased the most popular artists in music. Everyone loved it. Here’s the plan to bring it back.