The TNM team discuss the return of Architects and The Distillers, the future of Avenged Sevenfold, the new albums from Thrice, Conan, The Primals and an Album Of The Year contender from The Dirty Nil and our Album Club is an in-depth look at Gojira's masterpiece, The Way Of All Flesh.
TNM review the new albums from Alkaline Trio, Nothing, Leeched and an Amity Affliction robot invasion, there's discussion on Reading & Leeds, which rock and metal star would make a good inflatable to be paraded around the streets and Album Club gets disgusting by discussing Creed's diamond selling album, Human Clay.
The TNM gang discuss the return of Bring Me The Horizon, new albums from Alice In Chains, Jesus Piece, Trophy Eyes and Rebel Wizard and there's a Mastodon worship session on Album Club in praise of The Hunter.
Perran and our Extreme Metal expert Tom Dare are guided through an in-depth look at this year's Bloodstock Festival by Beez.
The TNM team take on an album from each of the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s respectively in the first ever TNM Time Tunnel. Up for discussion today are the game changing debut album from Van Halen, the horror concept macabre masterpiece Abigail by King Diamond, the nihilistic leanings of The Rollins Band with Weight and Killswitch Engage’s all conquering End Of Heartache. Also on today’s show we discuss the return of Disturbed, Ticketmaster shutting down their secondary ticketing sites, Roadburn 2019 and much, much more.
Beez and Perran discuss the end of Warped Tour and it's wider implications for rock & metal, Brian Johnson and Phil Rudd's potential return to AC/DC, reviews on the new albums from Deaf Havana, Crossfaith, Frontierer and Light The Torch and our Album Club comes courtesy of Triptykon's Eparistera Daimones.
From Maui metal to lo-fi alt rock, through power metal werewolf priests, trap metal superstars and prog rocking stoners, the That's Not Metal team brings you some of the year's most overlooked albums as well as a chat about Behemoth's new single, the best songs about Satan and the return of Basement in a brand new episode of TNM goodness. That's Not Metal is powered by uDiscover. Take a look at all manner of awesome features and the latest news at udiscovermusic.com.
The TNM team wade in on djent and its assorted memes, the new albums from Halestorm, Dee Snider, Dollar Sign and Skeletonwitch, there's talk of Behemoth and Slash's returns and our Album Club comes courtesy of Tenacious D's self-titled effort. TNM is sponsored by uDiscover. Head to udsicovermusic.com to check out the very best in news and features from the worlds of rock, metal and beyond.
A look at one of the UK's most beloved up and coming festivals, 2000 Trees.
It's raining new tracks as the TNM team check out new jams by Muse, Greta Van Fleet, Alkaline Trio, The Offspring, Beartooth, The Story So Far, Anaal Nathrakh, Joyce Manor and The Prodigy, there's discussion on movies that would be better with a rock and metal soundtrack, album reviews on the new Scars On Broadway, Pagan, Black Fast and Lucifer and our Album Club is on While She Sleeps debut album This Is The Six.
That's Not Metal discuss the new releases from Bury Tomorrow, Khemmis, Animal Flag and are Deafheaven really reshaping metal with their new album? There's discussion on System Of A Down's inner problems, Periphery's bizarre run-in with the law, will metal ever stopped being blamed for public problems and our Album Club is on The Menzingers modern classic, On The Impossible Past.
The That's Not Metal team predict some of the things they expect to happen in the second half of 2018, there's a look at the new releases from Converge, The Interrupters, Dwellings and Immortal, talk of a new Beartooth album, Prophets Of Rage and their killer drones, Album Club is on UK hardcore classic The Kids We Used To Be by Your Demise and much, much more. TNM is powered by uDiscover. Check out coverage from Rambling Man festival, a feature on the debut Foo Fighters album and more at udiscovermusic.com.
The That's Not Metal team tackle the new albums from Bullet For My Valentine, Nine Inch Nails and State Champs, there's discussion on the amount of covers bands put in their setlist, which producer/artist hook ups we'd like to see and there is a whole bunch of Pantera as we celebrate the life and legacy of Vinnie Paul.
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.
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 TNM team discuss NOFX's Las Vegas controversy, the equally contentious return of As I Lay Dying