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Kanye West: Jesus is King | According to a Metalhead

Kanye West’s newest release “Jesus Is King” is certainly an interesting album. Some love it, some hate it. What will a metalhead’s reaction to the album be?

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Foo Fighters’ “There is Nothing Left to Lose” turns 20 | Birthday Tribute

Twenty years ago, Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, and Taylor Hawkins gave birth to arguably the greatest Foo Fighters record of all time.

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12 Essential Songs for your Halloween Playlist

Bang your head while you bob for apples with these twelve essential Halloween jams provided by Super Metal World.

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Month in Metal | October 2019

Let’s recap metal in the month of October! From Toxic Holocaust and Gatecreeper to Robb Flynn of Machine Head and Chris Adler of Lamb of God!

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Gatecreeper: An Interview with Vocalist, Chase Mason

Gatecreeper vocalist, Chase Mason, joins us to discuss the bands recent release, Deserted, along with the recent and explosive growth of the band.

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DragonForce: Extreme Power Metal | According to a Pop Fan

DragonForce just released “Extreme Power Metal!” We’ve always had soft spot for the band, but what will a pop fan think of this power metal mayhem?

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Decibel Magazine: Albert Mudrian Returns

Editor in Chief of Decibel Magazine, Albert Mudrian, comes back to the podcast to discuss the the end of the decade, and a recent hall of fame inductee!

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Green Day’s “American Idiot” turns 15 | Birthday Tribute

Chock-full of rage and love, the punk rock opera revitalized Green Day’s career and launched the band into rock ‘n’ roll superstardom.

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Extreme Progressive Metal With Vintersea

Extreme progressive metal band, Vintersea, joins us to discuss their latest album Illuminated!

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Defixion’s OUSIRI Teaches Us About the Occult

Defixion’s primary influences are not your standard metal bands. They draw from the occult, unknown deities, and magic.