It's Beez's big farewell. Album reviews are on Greg Puciato, Spirit Adrift, Six Feet Under and a double shot of Bon Jovi with their new record discussed and Keep The Faith in Album Club. See you in the future and keep supporting the things you love - Beez.
The passing of Eddie Van Halen dominates news, there's also chat about Ghost and Avenged Sevenfold's new album developments, AC/DC's comeback, Tom Delonge's sci fi movie debut, album reviews on Idles, The Hell, Laura Jane Grace, Jamie Lenman and Anaal Nathrakh and our Album Club is on Dave Grohl's Probot project.
Perran is back in the game as TNM reviews the new Deftones (eventually), Corey Taylor, Svalbard and Machine Gun Kelly releases, there's some serious chat about the future of the business and some not so serious chats about AC/DC's return.
Beez and Perran discuss the lasting legacy of Napalm Death while reviewing their new album alongside new Fit ForA King and Blaqk Audio, the return of Pendulum and Killer Be Killed's debut is this week's Album Club.
It's a bumper week as Beez and Perran discuss last week's Behemoth stream, the new albums from Marilyn Manson, Mastodon, Ihsahn and Eskimo Callboy, there's a celebration of Power Trip and all of the usual radness.
Rest In Power, Riley Gale. (Metallica's S&M2, Pig Destroyer and Ulver in reviews)
The first TNM back as a 2 piece! Deftones are back and Beez literally went hunting around Los Angeles for them. There's the bizarre Psychosexual in reviews alongside Ingested and Unleash The Archers and Rob Zombie's Hellbilly Deluxe is featured on Album Club.
With a heavy heart, it's our last podcast as a three piece as Ryan leaves TNM. There's reviews on the new albums from Biffy Clyro, Elephant Tree and Phoxjaw and much, much more.
We comb the Download 2021 line up, your questions include bad songs on classic albums and we review the new albums from Avatar, Year Of The Knife and a classic in waiting from Imperial Triumphant and our Album Club is on the Saw 6 soundtrack. No, seriously.
Review and subscribe to TNM and join Beez on Twitch.tv/MoshTalks every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 11am PST/2pm EST/7pm UK. Reviews this week: Creeper, Gaerea and Mortality Rate.
The new Gulch album is phenomenal and you should listen to it as soon as you finish listening to this podcast. There's also new Neck Deep and The Acacia Strain and Album Club concentrates on Faith No More's King For A Day...masterpiece.
The TNM crew discuss Metallica's new S&M tracks, ICP administering street justice and a tonne of new music, there's reviews on the new Sharptooth, Lawrence Arms and Maggot Heart albums and we get real heavy with Sleep's Dopesmoker in Album Club.
Nothing but covers this week as we review the new Benji Skindred, Inter Arma, Thou and 2 Minutes to Late Night and do Metallica's Garage Inc as Album Club. There's also laughs aplenty with news and the best mailbag in forever. Good work, gang!
I'm not even writing a description this week because Mini Milks - Beez
Just Beez and Perran this week as they discuss hot off the press new BMTH, whether the world is ready to pay for streamed concert events and what is the most metal logo in sports in your letters. We catch up on some of the year's best albums we haven't covered from Sepultura, Drain and Ulcerate and Killswitch offshoot Times Of Grace are the subject of this week's Album Club.
The TNM crew dissect new music from Machine Head, Creeper and The Dirty Nil, they go deep on the new Lamb of God, Mrs Piss and Justice For The Damned albums, there's a celebration of 20 years of White Pony and all the usual japes.
A serious first 20 mins about race, The Ghost Inside and what the past 2 weeks have meant for the alternative community. We then shift gears to chat about the best live collaborations we've ever seen, review the new albums from Run The Jewels, END and Album Club is on The Pixies' debut, Surfer Rosa.
TNM is a riot this week as we rejoice that Mastodon will have music in the new Bill And Ted movie and Rob Halford has an autobiography coming, we review new albums from Bleed From Within and Gold Key, the new Behemoth EP and Cypress Hill's Black Sunday is this week's Album Club. EDIT NOTE: This week's Album Club was recorded before the widespread news of the senseless and tragic murder of Floyd George. We apologize for any discourse caused by the themes discussed on this week's Cypress Hill chat.
It's a ridiculously fun show as the lads discuss new Idles and Jamie Lenman, the future of Bullet For My Valentine, your questions bring some spectacular nonsense about cover songs and Covid swimming pools and we bring you great underground releases from Dool, Slowbleed, Jeff Rosenstock and Rule Them All.
Matt Bellamy and Maynard James Keenan get weird, Chelsea Wolfe has a spectacular new band, we pick who we’d like to get a The Last Dance style documentary, there’s reviews of the new albums from Asking Alexandria and Paradise Lost and our Album Club is on the much overlooked Anthrax classic, We’ve Come For you All.