PODCAST: Glacially Musical Pouredcast 115: Exodus – “Fabulous Disaster” Reviewed


 

GMP’s Nik and Keefy’s third episode of the Exodus run focuses on the explosion of thrash and the pivotal third album “Fabulous Disaster!” This might be our most woke episode yet!

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Job For A Cowboy Will Play Their First Concert in Seven Years at Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2023


Technical Death metal band Job For A Cowboy recently finished recording their long-awaited fifth album. This will be their first new music since 2014’s Sun Eater (Metal Blade). The band just finished two sessions of vocal sessions for a new album, under producer Jason Suecof (Trivium, All That Remains). Recording sessions for this follow-up to 2014’s “Sun Eater” have taken place for the last two-plus years, in a story first broken in the metal world by Ghost Cult. Drummer Navene Koperweis (Entheos, Machine Head in the studio, ex-Animals As Leaders) provided the drums in his studio parts for the record in August 2020. Now the band will perform their first show in seven years and possibly their only show of 2023 at Blue Ridge Rock Festival! Tickets are on sale now!

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Overkill Shares a New Single for “The Surgeon” – New Album “Scorched” Details Revealed


Long-in-the-making, Thrash Metal legends Overkill have announced their new album Scorched, their twelfth in their career will be released on April 14th, 2023 via Nuclear Blast Records. Today the band has dropped a new single “The Surgeon” along with a visualizer! The sound of the track is vicious, with all the power of a band rocking it for 40 years, but still present and modern as any band! Watch the visualizer for “The Surgeon” here:

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EP REVIEW: New Miserable Experience – Philosophy On Pessimism


 

Philosophy On Pessimism is the debut EP released on Translation Loss Records by New Miserable Experience, a project featuring members of Rosetta, Model Prisoner, and Revocation. The quartet pieced together the sum of their parts remotely, using file sharing to bounce their ideas around to one another, and have created an ethereal-sounding record with a foot firmly in the darker regions of the eighties synth-wave style.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Emarosa – Sting



In 2019, Emarosa underwent a brave shift from the harder, alternative scene to a dreamy, pop synth-wave sound with Peach Club. The album garnered lots of attention which led to a sold-out, nationwide tour. Vocalist Bradley Scott and guitarist ER White proved the revamp worked and the duo has returned with a sophomore album to that shift, titled Sting (Out of Line)

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ALBUM REVIEW: Liv Sin – KaliYuga


 

Sweden’s Liv Jagrell has proven she is a fitting heavy metal ambassador for this or any time, honoring both the rich history of the genre, or more modern styles with her raspy, enthusiastic ease. Be it Sister Sin‘s perfectly delivered heavy gutter glam n’ roll or the cruncified blend of styles in the Liv Sin band, she fully commits to the belief that metal is a valid way of life and the really silly ones are those who doubt and thus miss out.

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Ghost Shares a New Version of “Spillways” ft. Joe Elliot of Def Leppard


Ghost has shared a new “message to the clergy” – the latest chapter (15) in their series of videos. Included is a new single – a new version of “Spillways” from Impera (Loma Vista Recordings). The new version features Joe Elliot of Def Leppard on vocals. In addition to many accolades for Impera, The single for “Call Me Little Sunshine” is nominated for Best Metal Performance Grammy. Based on the viral sensation of “Mary on A Cross” – their EP Seven Inches Of Satanic Panic Purple Vinyl 7” will arrive in stores March 3rd, 2023. Pre-order it live here. Watch “Spillways” ft. Joe Elliot of Def Leppard now!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Sightless Pit – Lockstep Bloodwar


 

Following their 2020 Grave of a Dog debut which happened to feature a certain Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota), Sightless Pit (duo Lee Buford of The Body and Dylan Walker from Full of Hell) return (sans Hayter) with sophomore release Lockstep Bloodwar (Thrill Jockey).

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