Archive for the ' Joe' Category

Malevolent Creation has been a staple in the American death metal scene since the early 90s. Dan, Joe, and Geoff talk about the band’s inception as a ...View Details

Geoff picks a great week to rejoin the podcast as we dig into the albums of Nevermore.  Nevermore is hard to describe, and impossible to pigeon hole. ...View Details

It's hard not to feel a little bit sleazy when talking about Mötley Crüe. In order to achieve a clear picture of the impact this band has had on metal...View Details

Point of Recognition is a very important band to the west coast Christian hardcore scene and possibly the hardcore scene at large.  With their own bra...View Details

Most of the time a super group is not the sum of its different parts.  Is it possible that Bloodbath is an exception to this rule?  Swedish death meta...View Details

It's been a long time since we covered a “sure thing” band.  Winds of Plague might just be that.  Winds of Plague was one of the first deathcore bands...View Details

Bryan Patton of As the Story Grows joins Dan and Joe this week to talk all about Emery.  Emery is one of the most prolific Tooth and Nail bands to com...View Details

This week on Discography Discussion Joe and Dan pull in subject matter expert Metal Jesus to talk about Def Leppard the proper way. When the time come...View Details

Scott Mellinger of Zao joins the podcast this week to discuss Morbid Angel, one of the most influential death metal bands of the 90s.  We figure out h...View Details

Innovation is a word that gets thrown around a lot on this show.  On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan, Joe, and Jon try to put every release...View Details

It didn't take long after the Testament episode for Dan and Joe to get back on a thrash binge.  Exodus presents their unique take on thrash metal, as ...View Details

Discography Discussion Episode 228: FILTER with LORIN KOZLOWSKI of ROACH KOACH - DISCUSSMETAL.COM On this episode of Discography Discussion we had to ...View Details

We finally heard your cries.  We decided to open up about Rage Against the Machine.  Is this band as influential as advertised?  Basically, yes, but t...View Details

You might not think that metal heads would like Finch.  However, if you are a fan of heartfelt and unpredictable hard rock music, you may be surprised...View Details

We dug deep this week in order to bring you another band that can only be described as a “sure thing.”  Suffocation rewrote the book on technical deat...View Details

It can be challenging to talk about a band with as much of a lasting legacy as Iron Maiden.  It took us years to work up the courage to listen to ever...View Details

We bring Nu-Metal May 2021 to an end with Cold, a band that made a huge impact back in the day.  Dan seems to think that Cold is a cheap dollar store ...View Details

On this episode of Discography Discussion we dive into Skindred, and try to decide if this reggae influenced hard rock/nu-metal band actually reminds ...View Details

It seems like every band we talk about from the nu-metal era of music is prone to intense periods of experimentation.  Incubus is no stranger to this ...View Details

Bands like P.O.D. will tell you that they sound like E Town Concrete, but they don’t.  Nobody mixes rap and hardcore quite like E Town does.  This wee...View Details

It took us three years, and hundreds of requests, but we finally decided to kick off Nu-Metal May 2021  talking about Linkin Park!  We explore the ban...View Details

On this episode of Discography Discussion Jon takes the lead as we dive right into HIM.  Gothic metal is not something that we talk about on the show ...View Details

This week Don and Kevin from Bastard Squad join the podcast to talk with Dan and Joe about the new Bastard Squad release, their CD release party, and ...View Details

Cephalic Carnage is a band ahead of their time.  Are they simply a grindcore band with technical death metal skills?  Dan, Joe, and Geoff will answer ...View Details

What happens when a band delivers a metalcore masterpiece, and then doesn’t?  If you ask Dan and Buddy, Nodes of Ranvier is one of the bands you absol...View Details

Dewey Halpaus of the Peer Pleasure podcast sits down this week with Dan, Joe, and Jon to talk about Fear Before the March of Flames.  Dewey shares som...View Details

Remember back in the mid 2000s when every metalcore band decided they wanted to become a southern rock band?  That is largely Maylene and the Sons of ...View Details

There is nothing but love for Atomship on this podcast.  The Crash of '47 continues to be one of our favorite albums of all time.  On this episode of ...View Details

This week we give Evergreen Terrace a day in the sun.  We try to determine why the band isn’t more popular, and if it's a songwriting problem or not. ...View Details

It took us almost 4 years to do it, but now we present to you our album by album review of Testament?  Should Testament be part of the Big 4 of Thrash...View Details

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