Devil Horns 017: And Justice For Jason

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In another episode chock full of randomness, our three esteemed hosts discuss the likes of Masodon, Metallica (especially Jason Newsted), Pantera (as usual), the 5th Annual Gwar-B-Q, alcoholism among musicians, and lots more.

Devil Horns 014: Wrestling

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Wrestlemania has come and gone, but it’s undeniable that professional wrestling and metal go together like Tim Lambesis and hitmen. Corey and Nick discuss their top 10 pro wrestling metal songs, and a lot more.

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Devil Horns 012: News

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Corey and Nick finally decide to release a new episode after a grueling month or so. But the wait is worth it as they talk about metal news — including Alice in Chains, Intronaut, Sleep, Powerwolf, Ghost, Slipknot, the Grammys, Motley Crue, and a lot more.

Note: This was recorded just after Motley Crue’s first announcement that they were no longer touring. No other statements had been made as of this recording. Thus Nick’s brilliant prediction.

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Devil Horns – Cameron Argon of Disfiguring the Goddess

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Disfiguring the Goddess is perhaps the most brutal death metal you’ll ever hear, and it’s all the work of a single man — Cameron Argon. He joins Corey for a discussion about the music, the scene, and what it’s like to be a talented musician in the Internet age. At the end of the show, you’ll hear “Home of the Dollmaker” from Deprive. Enjoy.

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Devil Horns 010: Intro To S.O.D.

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In preparation for our review of S.O.D.’s monumental album Speak English or Die, we bring you a completely impromptu discussion between Corey and Mike. This was recorded a while back, and some of what’s said may seem to be a few months dated. What’s the heaviest song of all time? The talk begins there, and meanders to some great places — including S.O.D., Anthrax, Metallica, Soundgarden, Pantera, and a lot more.

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  • Opening theme music: “Killdozer” by Strychnia
  • Ending music: “Adastra” by Adastra