With no plans and zero preparation, Brandon and Greg managed to both talk and ramble for a full episode length of foolishness. This episode is different than the others... it is... uh... something? Listen to them talk about everything from their feelings about Joe Rogan to new albums they have been listening to. And of course, their good buddy Satan stops by to say hello!
Greg and Brandon break down the new Black Dahlia Murder album "Verminous" track by track. They also play some music, talk metal news, and of course drink The David Ellefson Drinking Game. Make sure to check out these rockstar moves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4lk0qRQ2g0
Brandon and Greg listened to the new Black Dahlia Murder album once and then recorded their initial gut reactions. Stay tuned for the upcoming full length where the two do their in depth, track by track breakdown of the album! SATAN! ELLEFSON!
In "The Crossover That Nobody Asked For", Corpse Paint Podcast meets Metallicast! Brandon and Greg talk about how thrash metal led to black and death metal, how Mayhem and Metallica are basically the same band, their fave albums of the year and of course they play The David Ellefson Drinking Game!
In this episode, Greg tortures Brandon with a song that will make you go "what the fuck?" in what will hopefully be the last ever 'What The Fuckisode?" The two unfortunately dissect this song all in the name of entertainment, so grab some booze, take a listen, and play a long with The David Ellefson Drinking Game!
Brandon and Greg awaken from their drunken black outs to fresh, cold beers and The David Ellefson Drinking Game continues! While they drink their way through their hangovers, they finally play their black metal mystery tracks promised in Episode 1, and discuss everything from post-black metal bands to that one time Greg drunkenly wrote a letter to Dave Mustaine. Oh yeah... the picture of Danzig howling with a wolf is explained as well.
Two best friends named Brandon and Greg have decided that what the world needs is another podcast, but not just any podcast... a podcast with their drunken opinions and analysis about death and black metal. So grab a drink, turn your volume up to 666, and be ready to listen, rock out and play along with The David Ellefson Drinking Game (the what?)!