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BDWPS Podcast: Episode 51

In this episode of BDWPS Podcast we check out some of the best metal albums to come out in 2016, including Russian Circles, Kvelertak, Pallbearer, Cough, and Subrosa. We also take a look at the documentary “I Am Thor” and listen to another track from Bob Dylan’s “Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan”.

Check it out HERE or subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher (search: BDWPS).

Tracklist:
Russian Circles “Mota”
Kvelertak “1985”
Pallbearer “Over & Over”
Cough “Haunter of the Dark”
Subrosa “Trouble Cells”
Thor “Lightning Strikes Again”
Bob Dylan “Talkin’ WWIII Blues”

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BDWPS Podcast #40

In this month’s podcast we focus on some of the best metal albums to come out in the past few months. You’ll hear new tracks from Chelsea Wolfe, Deafheaven, Myrkur, High On Fire, Windhand, and Locrian. I also discuss the documentary “Alive Inside” and contemplate the future of the Bob Dylan song tradition to finish off each episode. You can listen to the episode HERE or you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher (search: BDWPS). Podomatic has also recently released an app that allows you to listen to the episodes that is worth checking out.

Tracklist:

Chelsea Wolfe “Carrion Flowers”
Deafheaven “Brought to the Water”
Myrkur “Jeg Er Guden, I Er Tjenerne”
High On Fire “The Falconist”
Windhand “Crypt Key”
Locrian “The Future of Death”
Ciroth Ungol “I’m Alive”
Candlemass “All Along the Watchtower”

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Video Clip of the Week: Free Reign

With the NFL season upon us this weekend, I thought I’d raise a question for all of you: What’s worse than the Dallas Cowboys offensive line?

ANSWER: The Dallas Cowboys offensive line playing metal music.

Below is a clip I filmed from a free performance I caught after a minor league hockey game by Free Reign, the metal band comprised of three Dallas Cowboy linemen: Marc Colombo (vocals/guitar), Cory Procter (drums), and Leonard Davis (bass). While Procter’s drumming is passable, Colombo’s vocals/lyrics are laughable. The scary part is that these three recently got signed to a label. Who knew that Jerry Jones owns Riot! Entertainment?

You may also enjoy this bio-pic from NFL Network:

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