Archive for the ' Nu-Metal' Category

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

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

Earth Crisis is a band only overshadowed by the amount of other bands that were influenced by them.  They are a staple in hardcore music, and on this ...View Details

Have you ever heard of Candiria?  If the answer is no, then you need to listen to Candiria.  Even if you have never heard this band, you have heard th...View Details

To this day, Emmure remains one of the most popular heavy bands in the industry.  This week on Discography Discussion we try to figure out why.  Get r...View Details

Well this one came out of left field!  Dan sits down with not one, not two, but four members of Travail this week.  We talk about the history of the b...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

This week on Discuss Metal Dan sits down with “The Man himself” Joshua Toomey of the Talk Toomey Podcast and the bass player of Primer 55 to discuss w...View Details

Alaska’s 36 Crazyfists has been in the game for over 20 years and has consistently delivered their own personal brand of melodic heavy music.  Dan and...View Details

The Indigo Angel herself Jennifer Socia of the Roach Koach joins the podcast this week. Jenny and Dan discuss growing up to become heavy music fans, t...View Details

Nu-Metal May concludes this year with a discussion on Nothingface. Nothingface is a band you may have heard of but never listened to enough. Joe and D...View Details

Every now and again a band can really take us by surprise on this show.  Dry Kill Logic is a band that Dan and Joe knew very little about until now. ...View Details

Ila from the Die Lucky podcast and iamartworks.com joins Dan and Joe for this episode on Kittie. As the Nu-Metal May train keeps rolling, we dig into ...View Details

We continue Nu-Metal May 2020 with some Coal Chamber. Dan, Joe, and Geoff try to push down their love of DevilDriver long enough to talk about Dez’s f...View Details

Nu-Metal May returns this year with a discussion on Taproot. Even if you don't know Taproot, you’ve heard their song Poem. Melissa from the Good Eveni...View Details

There are many bands out there who will do their best to push their genre in directions nobody could have imagined. The unfortunate thing is that most...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

Despite Dan’s cries of anguish and refusal to do this episode, we are finally going to talk about Staind. We talk about the band’s humble beginnings a...View Details

It’s been a long time coming, but we finally bring Deftones to the chopping block. Josh and Dan square off over which era of Deftones is most enjoyabl...View Details

We end this Nu-Metal May with a bang, and give everyone’s definitive nu-metal band, Limp Bizkit, “The Treatment.” Not wanting to take this lightly, we...View Details

Nu-Metal May rolls on with P.O.D. on this episode of Discography Discussion. P.O.D. was the band in the late 90’s that made “Christian rock” acceptabl...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

When a band loses their most iconic member it can be devastating. It can be nearly impossible to come back in the eyes of fans. No matter what you do,...View Details

It seems like we’ve been discussing a lot of bands lately who are a “sure thing”. Gideon is no exception. Dan and Joe dive into the relatively short d...View Details

It’s not too often that a band catches us completely by surprise. This was very much the case with My Ticket Home. Although short, their discography t...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

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