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Discography is a deep dive into a legendary musician's catalogue - album by album - to give you the big picture on who they are and what's cemented their place in the annuls of sonic history. Walk in a novice, and come out well informed and with a new favorite record or two. Cult indie rocker, Marc With a C, is your host with the most and takes you on a voyage with a different classic artist every season.
 
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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 absolutely must listen to, and it is a shame that they are not around today. We are not ashamed of the fanboy episode you are about to hear, and cannot wait to talk about this band. Check it out, and make s…
 
Vito Marchese of Novembers Doom joins Dan this week as they talk about his introduction into Novembers Doom as well as all things nerd with topics ranging from Star Trek, Star Wars, Dr Who, and Video games. We also touch on his recent twitch streaming and live playthroughs of Novembers Doom songs. Don't miss it! #discussmetal Check out Vito on Twit…
 
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 some essential back story about his relationship and past experience with the band, and we try to put that in context with their releases. Dan gets all sentimental at one point and makes a few super bold …
 
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 Distaster’s fault. Were they the ones to kick off this trend? They certainly weren’t the last. This week Dan, Joe, and Jon try to figure out if it was all just a gimmick or if you can slightly smell a …
 
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 Discuss Metal, Dan and Joe are joined by Derek Pardoe and Chad Kent for a deep dive into all things Atomship and Watership Down. Many memories shared, some good, some not so good, some great, and some t…
 
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. Do you remember listening to Evergreen Terrace back in the day? Do you own all of their albums, and listen to them regularly? If so, we might be on the same page, or we may not be. Find out on this epi…
 
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? Are these guys the last torch bearers of Thrash? We dig into all of that so buckle up! #discussmetal #Testament Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpatreon…
 
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 episode of Discography Discussion, we try to analyze the band’s journey from a vegan straight edge band into one of the most revered hardcore acts to ever grace the scene. #discussmetal #EarthCrisis Jo…
 
Just forget everything you think you know about Cattle Decapitation. You think they are a bunch of grindcore playing vegans? Well, you are partially right. On this episode we explore the band's bloody beginnings when all they cared about was Humanure and Human Jerky, and try to wrap our heads around the progression into the Death Atlas. Can grindco…
 
DJ and Lance Sacrifice join us for this fun discussion on all things old school Living Sacrifice. DJ gives us his thoughts on the recording of the early 3 LS albums as well as some notable shows the band played early on. Stephen Sarro of Unteachers and Tantrum of the Muse co hosts this journey into the death thrash metal past of one of Dan’s favori…
 
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 them in the DNA of so many other bands that you like. This week we try to understand why such a progressive and experimental band is not more widely known and popular than they are. Can people just not ha…
 
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 ready for some hot takes, mixed opinions on Emmure, and why we think the band has remained successful to this day. Joe thinks it all sounds the same, Dan thinks it's too all over the place, and Jon think…
 
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 band, how they formed, their first demos, how they rose to being nominated for a Dove Award, and what caused the band to eventually part ways. There is no other in depth interview with this band with thi…
 
This week we decided to revisit one of Dan’s favorite bands of all time, Death! In order to do this right, we needed an expert in all things metal! Cristian Machado, formally if Ill Niño, joins us to go album by album, and explain very carefully why Death was and continues to be an influential band to the metal community at large. #discussmetal #Cr…
 
We decided to crack open the black metal coconut by digging into some Crimson Moonlight. Crimson Moonlight is one of the best black metal bands that you’ve probably never heard because of their religious affiliations. Don't let this dissuade you, and in this episode we are going to explain exactly why. Check it out! #discussmetal #CrimsonMoonlight …
 
This week we head over to Sweden to talk about some classic Entombed records, and, you know, those other Entombed records... Entombed helped pave the way for so many Swedish death metal bands in the 90s. Did they lose their touch along the way? Bring out the buzzsaws, and let’s find out on this episode of Discography Discussion. #discussmetal #Ento…
 
Steven Dail sits down with Dan this week to dig deep into the past. They go way back to his days of playing in Innermeans, Bloodshed, Project 86, Starflyer 59, and BEYOND! Don't miss it! #discussmetal Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpatreon Discography Discussion Podcast Homepage - http://bit.ly/Disco…
 
It’s no secret that we love Living Sacrifice here at Discography Discussion. In the spirit of finding a reason to constantly bring up this band we decided to revisit them with a fresh set of ears. Jon Beatty joins the podcast while delivering his own brand of hot takes. This episode was recorded live on our twitch channel, and there will be more to…
 
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 has one of the most interesting musical journeys this side of Living Sacrifice. We start off with their grunge rock tribute debut album and move through the awkward electronic infused teen years, and a…
 
We thought we’d start off 2021 with a celebration! So, we decided to listen to Alestorm all week. Join us as we get our pirate on and talk about whether a gimmick can really carry a band or not. Joe believes all pirates all the time is a good thing. Dan isn’t so sure. So load up the cannons and your tankard of ale and get ready for our voyage into …
 
Justin Robert of Weathered sits down with Dan to talk about their new album Everything All At Once and even some Code Orange talk. This is a great introduction to Weathered if you aren’t in the know. #discussmetal This episode of Discuss Metal was recorded live at https://www.twitch.tv/discussmetaldan && https://twitch.discussmetal.com Check out Ju…
 
Discography Discussion brings Industrial December 2020 to a close with God Lives Underwater. Despite a limited body of work, they stand out with some of the best industrial rock records you will ever hear. While the band does not end on a high note, and has some tragedy along the way, you will not be disappointed, and may find some welcome nostalgi…
 
Matt Naas of the Roach Koach podcast joins Dan and Joe for episode 200 of Discography Discussion! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we have selected a band with one of the largest discographies we could ever imagine, and definitely the largest discography we have covered on this show to date. KMFDM has 21 studio albums, and we talk about every……
 
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 sci-fi world of Orgy to figure out if these guys are rock, metal, nu-metal, industrial, or new wave. Dan thinks they are “nu-wave.” What do you think? #discussmetal #Orgy #IndustrialDecember Join our P…
 
John Amos of Attalus joins us this week to talk about the band’s Vinyl release, history of the band, how they hooked up with Facedown records and what ultimately ended up happening with the band. Not a conversation to miss! #discussmetal Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpatreon Discography Discussion P…
 
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 hear how unique this band can actually be. How does atmosphere affect the way a record “feels?” Despite multiple attempts to go into a more commercial direction why did Godlfesh just stay heavy? Dan and …
 
Horse the Band is insane. Do you think you have the mental fortitude to pick apart all of the randomness and insanity packed into each song? Dan and Joe do their best on this episode to try and decipher the cosmic code of Horse the band. Will you join us? #discussmetal #HorseTheBand Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.l…
 
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 what got him into music, and his journey from music fan, to musician, and finally to podcaster. If you are a fan of the Talk Toomey Podcast make sure to check out his new Pantera Podcast called Drag th…
 
Dan finally got his way. We are talking about Zao... ONE MORE TIME! In this episode we get more into the nitty gritty of what makes Zao tick, and how we feel about the albums in the two years since we talked about them the last time. Don't miss it! This episode was also broadcasted live on www.twitch.tv/discussmetaldan and therefore is a more open …
 
This week it’s a battle of the crazy! Which band is more unhinged? Into the ring steps Training for Utopia, one of the spazziest bands to come out of the Tooth and Nail and Solid State scene in the early 2000’s. Tantrum of the Muse is the passion project of a total madman who’s musical twists and turns cannot be predicted or measured. Which band is…
 
Cristian Machado sits down this week with Dan and Joe to talk about his new album as a solo artist, how he got into music, his time with Ill Niño, and so much more. Don't miss this one! #discussmetal Check out Cristian’s new single “Die Alone” on youtube: https://youtu.be/meV9diuG3vk && https://cristianmachado.com Join our Patreon: Discography Disc…
 
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 Joe sift through each album from the band’s nu-metal beginnings all the way up to their modern metalcore staples. Is the band able to pull off what the fans want every time? Does this band just get he…
 
Do you folks like Vikings? Hopefully you do because this week we grabbed our swords and axes in order to get in the mindset to truly enjoy Amon Amarth. Buddy “Doomhammer” Reno joins Dan and Joe to uncover the mystery of one of the most consistent bands we’ve ever discussed on the show. Is Viking Metal just Melodic Death Metal? Can genres be determi…
 
Josh and John of Narcissus join the podcast this week to talk about the history of the band, bands they were in before, and most important of all, the promise of new Narcissus music on the horizon! This one is an exclusive, so don’t miss it. #discussmetal #Narcissus Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpat…
 
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 as Powerman 5000. Is every avenue they take good? That is for you to ultimately decide but Dan and Joe will do their best to influence your decision. #discussmetal #Powerman5000 Join our Patreon: Disc…
 
It’s time for everybody to shoegaze into outer space! Bryan Patton of As The Story Grows joins Dan and Joe for an in-depth conversation about Rosetta. This band starts off big, and continues to be big. Despite having label backing at the start of their career, and transitioning into an independent band, they continue to create soundscapes that chal…
 
Joel Lauver of Trenches joins the podcast this week to talk about the new Trenches record, why it took so long to release, what got him into music production, and so much more! New music by Trenches is coming, and coming very soon. #discussmetal New Trenches Song Reckoner can be found here - https://bit.ly/2GVuwdX Join our Patreon: Discography Disc…
 
What does it take for a modern metalcore band to stand out from the pack? Can Wage War bring something new to the table? Or do they just bring it better than everyone else? We attempt to answer these questions on this episode of Discography Discussion. Check it out! #discussmetal #WageWar Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http:/…
 
Before we all had to keep our distance, Dan, Joe, and Mike sat down to watch Crush The Skull. This crowd-funded film has enough dark humor, and self-aware horror tropes to make you laugh the whole way through, or make you angry because none of it hits home. No matter how painful it was for Mike, he stayed the course, while Dan and Joe found the hum…
 
This week, Geoff finally gets his way as we dive head first into the world of Katatonia. Was the band ever death/doom metal to begin with? How hard is it to keep a fanbase while changing styles at the drop of a hat? We will explore all of that and more on this episode of Discography Discussion. Check it out! #discussmetal Join our Patreon: Discogra…
 
Shane Ochsner of Everything On Slow Motion joins the podcast this week to talk about his new album Influence, his history in the band Hands, how much he and Dan love Hum, and so much more. #discussmetal Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpatreon Discography Discussion Podcast Homepage - http://bit.ly/Dis…
 
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 Orange Kids have made their mark on noisy punk, hardcore, metalcore, and dare we say nu metal? We will let you judge that last part as you make this journey with us. We promise the journey will at least…
 
Hatebreed is one of the few bands in the heavy music scene who is equally accepted as a hardcore and metal band without anyone throwing out the dirty word metalcore. Can a band having a bare bones approach make them just another hardcore band? Or is there just something special about Hatebreed? Find out on this episode of Discography Discussion. #d…
 
Jesse Hawley vocalist of The Satire sits down with Dan to talk about how he became a hardcore screamer, how he lost the opportunity to sing, and then got it all back again. Stick around for the second half if you like old school video games. #discussmetal Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpatreon Discog…
 
Parkway Drive was the premier Australian metalcore band in the mid 2000’s and have had worldwide success. Is this another “sure thing” band? Geoff isn’t so sure. Find out what happens this week on Discography Discussion. Check it out! #discussmetal #ParkwayDrive Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpatreon…
 
Jon Beatty of the Brewtally Speaking Podcast joins us this week to talk about one of his favorite bands The Acacia Strain. Is there a darker themed band than The Acacia Strain? We will attempt to find out, but the answer is no. Can the band stay consistent through 18 years and 10 albums? We discuss all of that and more. Warning not a safe discussio…
 
Matthew Ellis of A Hope for Home sits down with Dan to talk about his musical journey and history of A Hope for Home. What he’s been up to since the band broke up, his thoughts on Christian music as well as a very special announcement you’ll want to wait to the very end to hear! #discussmetal #AHopeForHome Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion o…
 
On this episode of Discography Discussion, Dan and Joe have found yet another band that is a sure thing from beginning to end. August Burns Red has been a staple in the metalcore scene for 17 years now and demonstrates exactly how well they understand their craft over 8 releases. Are they overrated? Maybe. Are they musical prodigies? Maybe. You’ll …
 
Tool is a band who stretched their creative muscle in a time where heavy rock was becoming stale. As they progressed the fascination with this mysterious band grew to a fever pitch in the mid to late 90’s. Is Tool the progressive band everyone thinks they are? Absolutely. Are you a smarter person because you like Tool? Not necessarily. Enjoy. #disc…
 
This week Nathan Beaty of Circle Back sits down with Dan to talk about emulating guitar shredders, the metal edge he bring to hardcore, video games, and so much more! Don’t miss it! #discussmetal #CircleBack Check out Nathan on Youtube at http://bit.ly/NathanBeatty Join our Patreon: Discography Discussion on Patreon - http://bit.ly/discussmetalpatr…
 
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