Archive for the 'Industrial' Category

This week decided to shake things up a bit and go full on mainstream rock with Skillet!  Despite being known as a mostly radio friendly band, Skillet ...View Details

Discography Discussion brings Industrial December 2020 to a close with God Lives Underwater.  Despite a limited body of work, they stand out with some...View Details

Matt Naas of the Roach Koach podcast joins Dan and Joe for episode 200 of Discography Discussion!  To celebrate this momentous occasion, we have selec...View Details

Orgy is one of the most important industrial rock bands of the past 20 years.  On this episode of Discography Discussion we take a deep dive into the ...View Details

Godflesh is one of the heaviest bands you’ll ever hear.  As one of the bands largely credited with inventing industrial metal, it is interesting to he...View Details

If you think Powerman 5000 only had a couple of good songs you may be mistaken.  It's not too often to see a band experience as much musical diversity...View Details

Despite being a "newer" band by Discography Discussion standards, Code Orange has a very diverse musical arc.  In the span of four albums these Code O...View Details

Jason Wisdom of Death Therapy joins the podcast to talk about his new instrumental EP, the struggles of releasing music during a pandemic, the importa...View Details

Have you ever listened to a band who gave you anxiety? Strapping Young Lad might be that band. In this episode Dan, Joe, and Goeff sit down to try and...View Details

Klank Dialosa joins the podcast to talk about quarantine, new Klank music, the joy of collaboration, an amazing story about Zao in a moving vehicle, a...View Details

Bile is a band who has had many members and incarnations over the years, and yet they have been able to maintain a consistent sound. It’s a sound that...View Details

Consistency is a hard thing to achieve when you play industrial rock from the late 90s. Despite this, Kidneythieves have carved out a very consistent ...View Details

Industrial December rolls on as we dive into the catalog of Static X! Dan and Joe give their nostalgic perspectives on the history of the band, and th...View Details

Industrial December is in full swing this week when Dan and Joe sit down and give their thoughts on every album by 16 Volt. Did this band get overshad...View Details

The concept of a “hidden gem” is so overplayed nowadays that its original meaning is starting to become lost. This week, we kick off Industrial Decemb...View Details

Welcome to Thrift Blast. A seven part series where Dan gives you his thoughts on twenty-one albums he found while searching for big box PC games at a ...View Details

When things take a turn for the weird, Matt Naas of the Roach Koach podcast stepped up to give us the push we needed to discuss the German powerhouse,...View Details

Have you ever listened to a band you grew up with and wondered “why isn’t this band more popular?” That is the question that plagued Dan and Joe throu...View Details

Erik Hall from Ane Croft joins us to analyze the legacy of the monumental band Nine Inch Nails. Promises were made that we were going to cover Nine In...View Details

Bands are legendary when they are consistently groundbreaking, or they have been around so long to become an institution. Ministry is a unique case in...View Details

There is a war between man and machine, at least there will be one in the future. Burton C. Bell, and his various Fear Factory bandmates, have dedicat...View Details

Mindless Self Indulgence left Dan in a state of horror and confusion. Luckily for everyone else, Matt Naas of the Roach Koach podcast stepped in to gu...View Details

It seemed like industrial was everywhere in the 90s and early 2000s. Hundreds of bands were flooding the market, and trying to put their own stamp on ...View Details

Since 1995, Virgin Black has created a sound all their own by combining industrial, gothic rock, and doom metal. While some bands think they create a ...View Details

We dive into the swirling pool of chaos known as The Dillinger Escape Plan, as requested by Mathew and Chelsea. Can a band still deliver “the goods” d...View Details

Is this what you wanted? Well you got it anyway! James Rolfe returns to Discography Discussion to talk about Rob Zombie, everybody's favorite heavy me...View Details

It’s Christmas time, and we’re drunk at the Discography Discussion Christmas Special for 2017 as Dan, Joe, Geoff, and Dustin from the Drunken Lullabie...View Details

Through the sickness, and the pain, we carry on, and Industrial December continues with Circle of Dust. Listen to three sick guys talk about one of Da...View Details

Industrial December 2017 continues as we discuss Klank!  We don’t just discuss Klank on this episode of Discography Discussion, but we discuss Klank…....View Details

We begin Industrial December 2017 with Sybreed, a band that may have been years ahead of the times with it’s style, and approach to metal.  There may ...View Details

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