Jerry from Scale It Back joins Necropolis to discuss his YouTube channel. Topics are broad in this episode, but we discuss his motivations behind what does and why. Also featured in this episode is Shelley from the website Hate Meditations.
Excuse The Blood (name taken from Dead's suicide note) joins Necropolis to talk about his exploits on www.excusetheblood.org and his YouTube channel. Further topics include interviewing subjects and cinema. Diego (El Negro Metal), Nick (Hessian Firm), and Rafael (Hessian Firm) join once again to add to the discussion.
Belial Koblak returns to discuss his involvement in metal beyond his work in Nocturnus AD. Lethal Prayer, Incantation, Acheron, etc are discussed, as well as delving into personal territory with what metal means to him, his thoughts on what Satanism means to him, etc.
Nick (Hessian Firm), Rafael (Hessian Firm), Shelley (Hate Meditations), Diego (El Negro Metal), and surprise guest Daniel Lake (USBM book, Decibel Magazine staff writer), join this roundtable royal rumble to discuss elitism, metal adjacent music, and art in metal.
In this episode of Necropolis, Hellpreacher Johnny (Merciless Onslaught internet radio program) and Metal Jaime (veteran of TX metal), join to scratch the surface of Texas metal. We will return to discuss Texas metal more in-depth later. One hour cannot do it justice.
Shelley (Hate Meditations website) returns for his third time on the podcast joined with new guest Diego (the Spanish website El Negro Metal) to discuss the occult and philosophical aspects of extreme metal, and a conversation about music criticism.
One of the internet's most prolific metal bloggers, Islander from the website No Clean Singing joins to discuss how he came into metal via his children, the inner workings of his website, his involvement with Northwest Terror Fest, etc. He's very personable and was great to speak with.
Shelley (Hate Meditations), Jesse Jolly (BlightMass, Amon, ect), and Deadite join to discuss the relationship of horror movies and metal, the reason why OSDM misses the mark, and how the music industry has changed by the internet and the current pandemic.
Mike Browning (Nocturnus, Morbid Angel, etc) and Belial Koblak (Nocturnus AD, Incantation, Lethal Prayer) join to discuss Nocturnus AD, some aspects about Morbid Angel that people don't know about, and other interesting things!
This episode features Charles Shelley from the site Hate Meditations as the main guest, but also included is Raphael Alecto (editor of Hessian Firm) as a kind of fly on the wall cohost. I had a lot of fun with this episode. This was also the first international Necroplis episode. We discussed some brainy aspects about metal, philosophy, metal, dungeon synth, metal, psychology, metal, classical music, metal etc in a casual conversational atmosphere. Check it out!
In this episode of Necropolis, Mike Poggione from Monstrosity (+10,000,000 other bands) joins to discuss his life as a professional bassist. We discuss some of his bands, life in Eastern Europe, and some finer aspects about the Tampa metal scene. Also included at the end is an unreleased Eulogy song.
Arguably Texas’ best metal drummer, Dobber Beverly joins to discuss his bands (Oceans of Slumber, Nercrofier, Insect Warfare, etc), his background, general atmosphere in music today, classical music, as well as a lot of other things! A great chat was had with this fellow Texan!
Necropolis is my new podcast where I interview interesting people from all spectrums of extreme metal. Being that I am an outlier in the metal scene (I’m not in any metal bands), I feel that I present a musician’s perspective without being involved with the industry too much. The first episode was conducted with the immensely talented Jesse Jolly from BlightMass, Amon, After Death, Crimson Massacre, Diabolic, Blastmasters, Lull Me To Larvae, Promethean Horde, etc. We discussed his background in-depth with him starting out as just a kid from the hills of Tennessee to someone who has been called ‘the future of metal’ by George Fisher (Corpsegrinder) from Cannibal Corpse. This episode is a must-hear for people interested in what the general Tampa death metal scene is like.