The end is neigh. The boys end the podcast with recent reviews, a look back on the good times, and the hottest takes and the most metallic greats.
Thank you all for listening over the past year. Stay metal.
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Jordan's Twitter: @Cukes_
We bring you some discussion on the swanky husband-wife duo that is Berried Alive!
Plus reviews of:
Alestorm - Captain Morgan's Revenge
Harakiri For The Sky - Maere
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The boys bring on another guest, our close friend Dj, to discuss his musical progression as a listener.
Plus reviews of:
- Car Bomb x Meta
- Portrayal of Guilt x We Are Always Alone
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The boys go back in time to discuss the beloved blessthefall! One of the bands that kick started our love of core music.
Plus don't miss reviews of:
- GoGo Penguin x GoGo Penguin
- The Longest Johns x Between Wind and Water
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Another week another episode. This time we just have a discussion on difficulty in video games and how it can affect your will to play them. Plus don't miss some music reviews of BTS' BE and Slayer's Seasons in the Abyss! (Finally some Slayer, it took too long).
Thank you all for lending your ears and as always stay metal!
The boys dive deep into their #1 album of 2020, Haken's Virus! The 6th album from British progressive-metal powerhouses is a direct sequel to Vector, and holds a lot of conceptual and musical weight. This episode includes commentary from Prosthetic through Canary Yellow.
Plus reviews of:
SikTh - The Future in Whose Eyes?
Dal Av - Suicide Forest
The boys discuss the 20 year career of the deathcore dads, The Acacia Strain!
Plus reviews from Before I Turn and Ritualist!
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The boys review the best bits of 2020. Giving their top 10 albums and quite a few other accolades.
Plus, reviews of Protest The Hero and Plini!
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The boys are back with another video game discussion.
This week we tackle the release of 2077, our experience, and what CDPR did both right and wrong.
Also, dont miss album reviews of:
Intervals - Circadian
Upon a Burning Body - Built From War EP
The boys are back with another guest!
James, or better known as @Chempyres on Twitter, joins us as we discuss his journey as a metal-head,
Before our guest joins, we discuss our take on these albums:
King Mothership - The Ritual
Nova Collective - The Further Side
Ingested - Where Only Gods May Tread
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Twitter - @TwoMetalFans
THE BOYS ARE BACK
It has been wayyyy too long.
We ease back into it with giving some music/ & life updates, followed with what we've been listening to while away.
Stay Metal, we've missed you
The boys are back to discuss more tunes. Starting off with our reviews of In Heart Wake's Kaliyuga, and then taking a glimpse of what has come out so far this year. We give our favorites, most disappointing, most surprising, and more!
The gents are here, once again, with the newest episode of the Two Metal Fans Podcast (effective as of Thursday September 3rd 2020). This time they discuss Musical Theater and Musicals! Hear their thoughts about the subjects and titles such as: "Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny", "Les Misérables", "High School Musical (1/2/3)", "Sweeney Todd", and "Hamilton". Also, catch their thoughts on Angelmaker's kalupadiph Angelmaker (this will make sense only if you listen to the podcast around the 1:55 mark!) and Ayreon's The Theory of Everything!
The boys are back with another Guess The Song episode for you to play along to! How many points can you get, and who do you think wins?
Don't miss our reviews and discussion of Satyr's Locus and Within Destruction's Yokai.
Hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina, Between The Buried and Me has solidified themselves as progressive metal legends with their 20 year career. Ranging from a chaotic raw metalcore to finely tuned atmospheric progressive metal, their discography has a large variety of sounds.
Before diving into BTBAM, catch our thoughts on Anima Tempo's Caged in Memories; a great first step for a band in the realm of progressive metal.
Listen to Logan's analysis and review of The Last of Us Pt. 2, followed up by a back and forth discussion between the guys!
Hot Take for the week: Dirty Heads - Antelope
Metal Greats for the week: The Ghost Inside - Engine 45 & Archspire - Involuntary Doppelganger
Tune in to the first part of our double episode reviewing and discussing The Last of Us Part 2! We give our thoughts on this controversial behemoth by Naughty Dog. From game-play to plot, we have a ton to say.
Hear what we have to say on Justice For The Damned's - Pain is Power and The Acacia Strain's - Slow Decay
The boys journey into the mind of Phil Bozeman and his stories in Whitechapel's The Valley. Hear two different dives into the same album with Jordan's look into the music and sonic elements, and Logan's look into the lyrics and themes of the album.
We also give our thoughts on some recent albums we checked out; The Ocean's Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic, and Haken's Virus!
You can reach us at:
Twitter - @TwoMetalFans
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
The boys are back with a new style of episode, Listening Party! Listen to Lune's freshman EP Ghost with us LIVE. We drop our thoughts on each song as we listen through for the first time.
Preluding the party we drop our thoughts on Fall Out Boy's Folie A Deux and David Maxim Micic's Who Bit The Moon.
Check out Lune's Ghost here: https://spoti.fi/2WyzqC6
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The boys are back with another band spotlight. Perth, Australia powerhouses Make Them Suffer are the talk of the town and we had to chime in. Before taking the trip down under we give our thoughts on the album Runaljod Yggrasil by Wardruna.
Part 2 is here! We dive into the albums that we reviewed from January - March 2019. featuring Born of Osiris, Northlane, and Opeth!
We also discuss our recent listens of Code Orange - Underneath and Feather - Convalescence!
We go back in time to 2018 and look back on the albums that we reviewed from July - December of 2018. We talk about each album and express our thoughts on which ones surprised us, and which ones fell flat. Featuring bands like Haken, Ghost, This Wild Life, and Black Sabbath!
Welcome! We dive into our love for music by talking about our preferences, experiences, and love for certain bands. We ask each other some questions to spark a bit of conversation and end off with a hot take on a artist that you should check out.