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Code Orange Return plus Avenged Sevenfold Album Club and more
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That's Not Metal celebrates the return of Code Orange including what it means for Corey Taylor and there's chat on the upcoming Slipknot album plus reviews on the new albums from Panic! At The Disco, Vein, Mike Shined and Fire Down Below and Album Club sees a massive in-depth review of Avenged Sevenfold's breakthrough album, Waking The Fallen.

The Taste Of Water
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This week, That's Not Metal predicts who will headline Download in 2019, there's a look at new music from the Smashing Pumpkins, Jesus Piece and The Dirty Nil, album reviews from Zeal & Ardor, Cultue Yob and Tomb Mold and we cast a strong look at You Me At Six's accusations that rock music needs to up it's game.

The People Vs NOFX plus The Best of 2018 So Far
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The TNM team discuss NOFX's Las Vegas controversy, the equally contentious return of As I Lay Dying

Download Festival 2018 Preview
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Beez, Ryan and Perran dissect this year's Download line-up. Will Guns N Roses live up to the hype? Are Avenged Sevenfold better prepared to headline this year? Which younger band could possibly headline in future years? Parkway Drive have a drum kit made of fire. That's pretty mental. All this and much more in your definitive guide of what to check out at Download Festival 2018.

2 Podcasts In 1
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After some technical hitches last week, this week's TNM features a massive review on the new releases from Ghost, Jason Butler's Pressure Cracks, Svalbard and Barely March, there's a Hall Of Fame on Evanescence's Amy Lee and a look at Slam Dunk and we recover last week's show which covers the new albums from Jonathan Davis, Five Finger Death Punch, Bleeding Through, Burn The Priest and At the Gates, the new Nine Inch Nails track and more. TNM is sponsored by uDiscover. Check out a killer top 20 NIN songs rundown at

Mental Health Awareness Week
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New Music Week - The Kids Are Alright
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It's a killer week for new music as we introduce you to a whole batch of incredible new bands on TNM, powered by uDiscover. We discuss Vein dropping the best heavy song of 2018, new music from Guns N Roses, BABYMETAL and Alice In Chains, further Parkway Drive album chat, THAT Childish Gambino video in our EMP sponsored letters page, album reviews on Gost, Twitching Tongues, Spanish Love Songs, Donovan Wolfington, Voices and Baroness frontman John Dyer Baizley goes in to the TNM Hall Of Fame.

Dav Bury Tomorrow Guests
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Beez and Dav from Bury Tomorrow discuss Post Malone, Deftones, Code Orange, Ghostemane, the new wave of thrash, bands changing their sound to suit the radio and more and there's chat on how a band design and make money on their perch. Reviews on the new albums from Parkway Drive and Skindred, Beez gives you a whole bunch of heavy albums from new bands to check out including Limbs and Wolf King and an Album Club on A Perfect Circle. Closing out, there's live reviews on Queens Of The Stone Age, Avenged Sevenfold, Power Trip, Trivium, Turnstile and more from Florida's Welcome To Rockville.

TNM Magazine Sampler - Lamb Of God 'Sacrament' Album Club With Randy Blythe
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A taster of TNM Magazine, available at Patreon and through the TNM app.

Sean Paul's Kinder Egg
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Your weekly does of rock and metal with Hill and Beez.

Squarely Hammered
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Hill and Beez return with chat on Rammstein and System Of A Down (sort of) recording new music, new songs from Ghost, Bury Tomorrow and Deafheaven, there's reviews on new albums from A Perfect Circle, Tesseract and Black Stone Cherry and a Hall Of Fame on New Found Glory's Chad Gilbert.

Slow Ride! Take It Easy!
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Hill and Beez are back and they’re here to discuss Scotland’s metal non-suicide pact, System Of A Down, Jonathan Davis and more in the week’s news, the impact of Guitar Hero, album reviews from Møl, 30 Seconds To Mars, Bleed From Within, Blackberry Smoke, Queen Kwong and Billie Joe Armstrong’s The Longshots plus there is an enormous amount of praise for Jerry Cantrell as our second entry into the That’s Not Metal Hall of Fame.