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Horns Up Podcast: Episode 56

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The duo from Diarchy double down and detail their highly anticipated second album, Splitfire, with plenty of jibes, laughs, and additional ‘content’ thrown in for good measure. Enjoy Diarchy at www.diarchyband.com.

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March 14, 2020 at 5:59 pm

Horns Up Podcast: Episode 55

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Another episode of Metal or Not on the Horns Up Podcast!

We are joined by Riju Dasgupta, Biprorshee Das & Vigneshkumar Venkatraman from Albatross to discuss if Korn, Mastodon and Tool are Metal or Not?

Tune in to find out

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March 6, 2020 at 3:51 pm

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Horns Up Podcast: Episode 54

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Godthrymm was forged in 2017 by Hamish Glencross as a project that saw the respected UK metal luminary return to his doom metal roots, creating music he was known to help forge with Solstice, and especially with the heralded My Dying Bride from 2000 to 2014. Godthrymm released their debut album, Reflections, on 14 February, 2020.

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February 29, 2020 at 3:47 pm

Horns Up Podcast: Episode 53

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Every metalhead worth his metal has heard of Anvil. And if you’ve heard of Anvil, you’ve heard of Steve “Lips” Kudlow, their fearless frontman. We spoke to him about their latest album Legal at Last, what is metal and much more.

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February 23, 2020 at 10:12 pm

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Horns Up Podcast: Episode 52

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50 years ago on 13th February 197 Black Sabbath unleashed their self-titled debut album, which is widely considered the birth of heavy metal. On this occasion we are joined by veteran journalist and writer, Martin Popoff to trace and chronicle the numerous stories around the landmark release.

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February 14, 2020 at 10:41 am

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Horns Up Podcast – Episode 50

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Rage Against The Machine’s debut album really made the world stand up and take notice. Here was an album that took the ferocity of the streets, married it with grooves, funk, and oodles of heaviness to create music that literally packed a hell of a punch. Songs include the instantly iconic Killing In The Name Of to hits such as Bombtrack, Freedom, Wake Up, Take The Power Back, Bullet In The Head and Settle For Nothing, to the deeper cuts such as Know Your Enemy, Fistful Of Steel and Township Rebellion. 10 tracks. 1 album.

Is it an All A’s Album? Journalist Anurag Tagat joins us to answer that very question.

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January 31, 2020 at 11:17 pm

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Horn Up Podcast: Episode 49

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This week we speak to a metal act from across the border, Takatak. The band landed on their radar thanks to Keshav Dhar (Skyharbor) who recommended them on Episode 24

Takatak guitarists Zain Peerzada and Luke Azariah share their journey so far, new single Fault Lines, upcoming album Acrophase and also their plans for 2020. 

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January 26, 2020 at 11:01 am

Horn Up Podcast: Episode 48

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Kaoteon’s latest album, self-titled is said to be “created in a state of flow between time and dust from broken to reborn souls.” What does that mean? And why should you care? Answers to that and more as wecatch up with Anthony Kaoteon, founder of Kaoteon, a band with origins in the devastated Middle East and a sound blending a brutally dark atmosphere that ranges from anthemic post-rock to oriental/Middle Eastern folklore and incendiary lyrics driven by the band’s background in turbulent Beirut, Lebanon.

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January 21, 2020 at 11:02 am

Horn Up Podcast: Episode 47

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On the latest episode of the Horns Up Podcast, we speak to a band that has been mentioned multiple times by their other guests, Gutslit. The band describe their music as Brutal and Fun.

We spoke to them about what keeps them going, to where they are going in 2020 and everything in between. Gutslit also talk about their upcoming album and also new member Vigneshkumar Venkatraman.

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January 12, 2020 at 6:20 pm

Horn Up Podcast: Episode 46

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On this episode we discuss the albums we are looking forward to in 2020.

Some of the albums are:

Sons of Apollo – MMXX
Sepultura – Quadra
Kvelertak – Splid
King Diamond – The Institute
Intronaut – Fluid Existential Inversions
Iron Maiden – TBA
Lamb Of God – TBA
Cannibal Corpse – TBA
Mastodon – TBA
Protest the Hero – TBA
and many more