So, Ryan sounded like a robot on the podcast we recorded so here's a brief summary of this week's Rage Against The Machine news and the album we all loved and an inside look at our premium podcasts. Available at thatsnotmetal.net, we are currently podcasting the entire career of Nine Inch Nails and here, for free, is the first hour of Part 1. Part 2 is also available at the site and Part 3 is coming this wednesday so, if you aren't part of TNM Premium, now is the time to sign up.
It's a massive week at TNM as we discuss the new Green Day album, an early Album Of The Year contender in Spanish Love Songs, rising British mob Loathe and returning metal lords Sylosis, there's Knotfest, new Lamb Of God and Black Dahlia Murder, discussion on rock stereotypes that drive us mad and much, much more.
There's new music to discuss from Pearl Jam, Hayley Williams, Creeper and more, Disturbed's The Sickness causes an outright LOLocaust in Album Club, there's reviews on the new albums from Higher Power, Oberst and Midnight and all manner of rock related shenanigans.
This week’s TNM features chat on NIN going into the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame, new music from Avenged Sevenfold, Code Orange and Bury Tomorrow, Justin Hawkins appearing in The Masked Singer, reviews on the new releases from Dragged Under and The Hell and finally Beez, Perran and Ryan bringing you a bunch of smaller bands to keep an eye out for this year.
Gene Simmons puts ice cubes in his cereal. If that isn't enough to entice you in to this week's show, there are reviews on new albums from Bring Me The Horizon, Poppy and Jason Butler's new Pressure Cracks EP, there's new music from Turnstile, Kvelertak and the ex Machine Head guys to discuss and a classic Album Club with the Dropkick Murphys.
The TNM 2020 preview continues with a look at some of the heavier bands releasing new music this year including: Iron Maiden Mastodon Gojira Lamb Of God Avenged Sevenfold Bury Tomorrow FFDP Knotfest Code Orange Turnstile Vein Nails Conjurer Zeal & Ardor Power Trip Suicide Silence Hatebreed Black Dahlia Murder Sylosis Megadeth Ozzy King Diamond
The TNM gang look forward to what rock and metal has to offer in 2020 by discussing everything from My Chemical Romance and Nine Inch Nails to Don Broco, Green Day and Idles on the first of this two part 2020 preview.
Part 2 of Beez, Perran and Ryan counting down the Top 20 Albums of the Decade.
Part 1 of Beez, Perran and Ryan counting down the Top 20 Albums of the Decade.
Beez, Perran and Ryan talk you through the best and worst of all things rock and metal in 2019 through the following categories: Most Improved Band Best Song Of The Year Worst Song Of The Year Hero Of The Year Villain of the Year Gig of the Year Best New Band Most Disappointing Album Of The Year Comeback Of the Year Outstanding Achievement Worst Band of 2019 Surprise Of The Year Unsung Heroes Story Of The Year Band of the Year 2019
Part 2 of our Albums Of The Year show featuring our Top 10 rock and metal albums of 2019.
Motley Crue have returned after a worldwide farewell tour, Download add a bunch of bands and there's news on how you can vote for this year's TNM Listener's Album Of The Year. It's one of the most varied and interesting set of albums this year as we look at the new Sleep Token, Lindemann and Blood Incantation and 2004's Decadence by Head Automatica is our Album Club.
There's been controversy on some of the reasons Kevin Lyman has blamed for the demise of Warped as we discuss that, new Suicide Silence and King Diamond, there's chat of bands that are always "good" and nothing more, reviews on the new Despised Icon, UnityTX and Mayhem and our Album Club celebrates the return of The Black Crowes as we discuss 1990's Shake Your Money Maker.
It's a jam packed TNM as Beez, Ryan and Perran discuss new BMTH, Ozzy Osbourne and Creeper, Rage Against The Machine's return and Arctangent festival 2020, there's chat on our favorite guitar tone ever, reviews on the new Alcest, Fit For An Autopsy and Can't Swim and MCR fever continues as we look back at Gerard Way's Hesitant Alien on Album Club.
The year's biggest news drops as My Chemical Romance announce their return, there's also chat on 2020's Bloodstock headliners, the most insane arrest of the year, your spooky Halloween themed questions, album reviews on the new Stray From The Path, Turnover and Jinjer and an Album Club on The Misfits 1999 classic, Famous Monsters.
It's been an eventful week in the world of Machine Head, the TNM gang dissect that plus the RnR HoF 2020 nominations, mayhem with Mayhem, album reviews on the new Alter Bridge, Refused and Jimmy Eat World releases, can a band's social media put you off their music and our Album Club celebrates the soon-to-be returning Suicide Silence and their 2012 classic, The Black Crown.