The Metal Insight Podcast

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Satyr speaks about the new album, Frost, Pantera and his tumour
He's the swivel eyed metalcore motormouth - whose new album's like an episode of Jeremy Kyle
Andy and Matt plumb the depths
He's taken years of criticism just for his look - yet he's a black metal original.
Agalloch are dark metal masters. From forest to field, they weave pastoral metal magic. Their timeless EP 'Of Stone Wind And Pillor' is about to be re-released - so we talk to their guitarist.
Anders Kobro is the drummer for In The Woods.... the cult Norwegian black metal experimentalists. He announces their comeback here exclusively to MI.
Chelsea Wolfe on the dark grunge, metal, goth and fashion of her new album
Technical ecstasy! Lorcan Archer talks to two of the most creatively daring bands in the underground: first Sam and Keith from Artificial Brain, about their critically acclaimed "Infrared Horizon" - then Chthe'ilist's Philippe Tougas about his own journey into the netherscapes of extreme metal.
Part 1 - Ralph toured with Death on the ITP album. He shares his memories of the musical genius of Chuck Schuldiner.
Who makes the decision to sign a band - how do you deal with conflict - and should Slayer retire? We ask Metal Blade's boss!
Irish artist Ken Coleman explains how he got the gig
Early sneak listen to Akercocke's new album, the suits, the riffs and... an apple pie?
You'll most likely know him as the frontman for Neurosis. But for the last decade, Steve Von Till has been making quiet, introspective acoustic albums of real haunting depth. His new one is incredible.
UK djent heads Tesseract have just put out their new album ‘Polaris’. What was going through their minds as the album finally drops?
The people, the personalities, the music and the mystery
Mike Scheidt from Yob on his depression, creativity and art
It's an underground festival like few others - a coming together of the clans.
Type O's drummer Johnny Kelly reflects on life without Peter Steele, the writing of "October Rust" and "Dead Again" and his later bands.
You all know Dave Lombardo from Slayer, of course. But what about his post grunge experimental act Philm? They're actually quite interesting.
Chris Reifert laughs at German gore worries and reveals he has an Irish underground band's tshirt that he still wears!
Keeping the music and style of one of metal's greatest legends alive
Alan Averill wanted another outlet from Primordial - and for Dread Sovereign he had to find a guitarist steeped in rock. Meet Bones. And hear how their new album has changed from dirge to fist banging metal.
James Loveday runs The Distortion Project promotion business. But he needs £15k to clear gig debts.
How do you follow one of the most cult classic albums of the last decade?
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Podcast Details

Started
Nov 13th, 2014
Latest Episode
Oct 29th, 2018
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
38
Avg. Episode Length
37 minutes
Explicit
No

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