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For Those Who Wish to Hyperbolize
Architects' new album gets the level-headed review in a bumper episode featuring Epica, Void, members of Code Orange getting emo with Adventures' Supersonic Home in Album Club, and a sombre discussion in news about the proposed lifting of lockdown measures date in the UK and how safe summer might really look.
TNM weighs up just how much live music is missing from our lives, Teenage Wrist, Love and Death, and Harakiri for the Sky get reviewed, Album Club positions Parkway Drive's Ire as a modern classic, and Gojira making a storming return to news with their new single Born for One Thing.
Walk Like An Egyptian
It's an eclectic week of surprise drops as Hayley Williams' second solo release and Loathe's experimental ambient project are put under the microscope along with UK punks Drones, it's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nominee Time, and Album Club turns to Nile's Annihilation of the Wicked for an ancient Egyptian masterclass.
The Future Is Not Cancelled
It's a massive show as Foo Fighters top the album reviews along with Cult of Luna and The Ruins of Beverast, Album Club ponders whether Mindless Self Indulgence are the godfathers of crunkcore, we address the Marilyn Manson abuse allegations story along with happier news elsewhere, and the new That's Not Metal Patreon is launched and outlined at patreon.com/thatsnotmetal. This show has always and will always be for you. Thank you for coming with us.
The Da Vanescenci Code
Weezer's OK Human arrives in album reviews along with praise for Tribulation and Portrayal of Guilt, we book an imagined returning Ghostfest, and Album Club explores the greater depth and dexterity of Evanescence's overlooked second album The Open Door.
TNM weighs up what the cancellation of Glastonbury 2021 might mean for the UK festival calendar, Frank Iero and the Future Violence, Asphyx, and Bloody Hammers are up in reviews, and Album Club looks at pop punk superstars' moment of maturity with Blink-182's untitled record.
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