The Heavy Metal Historian Podcast: giving you a snippet of tales from years gone by in the world of Metal, one episode at a time
The Legacy of Nu Metal
Heavy Metal Historian Episode 58: We close our study of Nu Metal, as we follow the longevity of groups like Korn and Linkin Park who persisted into the 2010’s; and the fruition of styles closely related to Nu Metal during the time, such as Rap Metal, and Alternative Metal. Furthermore, we endeavor to discover what […]
The Rise of Nu Metal
Heavy Metal Historian Episode 57: We continue our journey into Nu Metal, as we follow the first wave before 2000, in which we find groups such as Korn, Limp Bizkit and Deftones; to the second wave of the style after 2000, an advance that was led by Linkin Park at the time. And in addition […]
The Origins of Nu Metal
Heavy Metal Historian Episode 56: We enter the late Nineties to explore the genre that has been the most divisive among fans: Nu Metal. Ascending from Groove Metal, we will be looking into how the styles of Thrash, Alt Rock, Punk, Rap, Hip-Hop, & Reggae laid the foundations for the scene to emerge. We explore […]
Heavy Metal Album Cover Art IV: The Most Iconic Metal Album Covers
Heavy Metal Historian Episode 55: We close our journey through album art with another different kind of episode, in which we consider twenty of the most recognizable metal album covers of all time. Many will agree and many will not, but we run through a discussion of the most iconic cover designs by some of […]
Heavy Metal Album Cover Art III: Interview with Felipe Machado Franco
Heavy Metal Historian Episode 54: In our 3rd part of this series, we continue examining album cover art with a different kind of episode in which we interview artist Felipe Machado Franco; who does amazing work for the likes of Blind Guardian, Rage, Iron Savior, Rhapsody of Fire, and more. In the discussion, we explore […]
Heavy Metal Album Cover Art II: Mascots, Presentation, and Controversy
Heavy Metal Historian Episode 53: In Part 2, we continue to take a close at the history of Heavy Metal album cover artwork, this time delving into history unique to metal. From the development of the mascot (such as Eddie), to controversial art, we delve into the presentation of metal albums, as we move forward […]
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The Heavy Metal Historian is a true scholar
I love this podcast. Settle in for long ride in the car or grab a six pack and sit on the couch. Either way, you’ll have a blast with the Heavy Metal Historian, whatever your chosen sub genre.
Author is basically reading to you in a boring monotone voice.
Great for metal fans
I just discovered this podcast recently and fell in love with it. Shortly after, I discovered that the creator (Greg) passed away recently, and thats why there aren’t any new episodes.
RIP my dude, your podcasts are great and you deserve this five star