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Deaf To All But Metal
18 minutes | Aug 1, 2019
Pänik Interview with Mitch Gruevski and Danny Ritz
Tain gets to have a good old natter with Mitch and Danny of thrash metallers Pänik before they embark on their Lightning Strikes Twice Australian tour. They discuss what has been a very busy 2019, their philosophies on giving the best live shows they can, their upcoming new album and also let us know what's in store for us on their upcoming tour! If you want to see where the closest show is for you is on Pänik's "Lightning Strikes Twice" Tour, be sure to check out their social media for more details. If you want to purchase tickets for the Sydney show on August the 10th at Staves Brewery, go here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/panik-lightning-strikes-twice-tour-sydney-tickets-63633712146 Thanks for listening as always \m/ Pänik: https://panikriffs.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/panikofficial/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGvcsa_hdTp3SW5oeV1hv8Q
23 minutes | Jul 4, 2019
Elder interview with Nick DiSalvo
Tain finally makes his first solo appearance in an interview on the Deaf To All But Metal Podcast with the one and only Nick DiSalvo, singer, guitarist and the mastermind behind the mighty Elder! In this interview we get to talk about what went into the making of Elder's new E.P. "The Gold and Silver Sessions", their upcoming full-length album, the impending end of the world, Nick's black metal origins story and of course Elder's possible sidestep into making music for adult films! Seriously though folks, be sure to check out Elder's "The Gold and Silver Sessions" from July 12th here (available for pre-order now): https://beholdtheelder.bandcamp.com/album/the-gold-silver-sessions Elder: https://www.facebook.com/elderofficial/ https://beholdtheelder.bandcamp.com/
38 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
Dragged Into Sunlight interview with T
In this in depth, in person interview, Gary Grim dives deep with T (vocals) from Dragged Into Sunlight. They discuss live shows, turning your back on an audience, new studio material, working with Gnaw Their Tongues and Justin Broadrick, serial killers and more. Please excuse the soundcheck and music that shows up on occasion in the background! DRAGGED INTO SUNLIGHT https://draggedintosunlight-official.bandcamp.com/music https://www.facebook.com/draggedintosunlight/
19 minutes | Apr 10, 2019
Suldusk interview with Emily Highfield
Gary Grim had the pleasure of chatting with Emily Highfield of the blackened neo-folk project Suldusk about the upcoming album, Lunar Falls (out April 12th, 2019 via Northern Silence Productions). They talk about the definition of a multi-instrumentalist, the natural evolution of her music, problems surrounding the issue of gender in metal/black metal, playing live and more. Check out the music video for Aphasia here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rF53CTmjDs Get your copy of Lunar Falls Here: suldusk-northernsilence.bandcamp.com shop.northern-silence.de suldusk1.bandcamp.com
23 minutes | Apr 7, 2019
DTABM special announcement
In the immortal words of the trve kvlt black metal band Staind, "it's been awhile" since you've heard from the Deaf To All But Metal crew. We recorded the audio from a live video Gary and Tain took part in to fill you in on what is happening in the DTABM camp and present it to you now! Feel free to contact us either through Facebook or via firstname.lastname@example.org and a massive THANK YOU for your support. Keep an eye out for some upcoming interviews and other bits and pieces.
16 minutes | Mar 7, 2019
Bonus episode: Max Cavalera interview
"At 49 years old, I still feel like I'm a 15 year old who loves metal. I still have that purity of heart and I love what I do. I love my work, I love my music... Metal is my salvation." DTABM's Gary Grim was lucky enough to chat with the legendary Max Cavalera (ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Nailbomb, Cavalera Conspiracy, Killer Be Kiled etc). They discussed the upcoming "Return Beneath Arise" tour of Australia that Max is playing with his brother Iggor this month. They spoke about the legacy of the albums Beneath the Remains and Arise, the early days of Sepultura and the state of metal at that time, as well as the staying power of Max's music. See the tour on one of these dates: Sunday 17 March – Metropolis, Fremantle Tuesday 19 March – The Gov, Adelaide Thursday 21 March – 170 Russell, Melbourne Friday 22 March – The Valley Drive In, Brisbane Saturday 23 March – Metro Theatre, Sydney Sunday 24 March – The Basement, Canberra www.tickets.destroyalllines.com Snippets from "Inner Self" and "Dead Embryonic Cells" by Sepultura were used in this episode.
20 minutes | Feb 19, 2019
Bonus episode: Anaal Nathrakh interview with Dave Hunt
Gary Grim sat down to speak Dave Hunt, aka V.I.T.R.I.O.L. of the metallic beast known as Anaal Nathrakh. They talk about perceptions of the passage of time, literature, the true horrors that face us in the world today, and people getting their dicks out at an Anaal Nathrakh live show just in case we were sounding too serious. Clips of music played are from the tracks Obscene as Cancer and Forward! from the band's latest album, A New Kind of Horror. See them live in Australia: Anaal Nathrakh – Australian Tour 2019 with Hybrid Nightmare Thursday, March 7th – Crowbar, Sydney Friday, March 8th – Max Watts, Melbourne Saturday, March 9th – Crowbar, Brisbane
83 minutes | Jan 27, 2019
Episode 33 (Pay Up, Mitch)
3 very different lives (one of science, one of spirituality, and one of debauchery) are thrown together by fate and a phone call to record this very first episode of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast for 2019. There is talk of new releases. The boys answer listener voicemail where Tyler of Face Command asks about dickheads in the metal scene and how to navigate around them in a tense political climate. There is also discussion of what is to come in the realm of metal in 2019. As always, Jez hasn't read the emails, Tain goes on tangents and Gary mentions Revenge. Plus, Mitch owes Jez big time. Here is the interview with Ray Ahn of the Hard Ons that we discuss in this episode: https://www.abc.net.au/doublej/music-reads/features/hard-ons-rose-tattoo-angry-anderson-ray-ahn/10714398 The DTABM theme song is, as always, by Smithy.
95 minutes | Dec 23, 2018
Episode 32 (End of Year Bumper Issue feat. Drop Jive)
The term "bumper issue" gets thrown about the DTABM studio with reckless abandon oftentimes. However, these words have never been as poignant as they are when used to describe episode 32, the final episode of the podcast for 2018. Abandoning the convoluted, scripted skits for a more casual and conversational vibe, the DTABM pelicans talk about some of their favourite metal releases of 2018, their favourite gigs of the year, themselves, each other, the past, the present and the future. Not only that, there are some new segments featured for the very first time. Listener voicemail has DTABM fans calling in to talk about their fave metal albums of the year. There is also a segment called The Yellow Goat where the incomparable Dave Balfour discusses rare but noteworthy metallic gems from his extensive vinyl collection. To be part of the listener voicemail on the very first episode of 2019, call 02 8011 4663 (include the area code). For those calling from outside of Australia, the number is +61 8011 4663. If it's easier, just search for Deaf To All But Metal in Skype to find us and voice call us from there. Leave a message about anything you want. Maybe you want to tell us what releases you are looking forward to in the coming year. Maybe you want to give us your two cents about the podcast itself, about how you think we could improve or to shamelessly boost our egos by telling us we're already going great guns. Maybe you wanna weigh in on the current state of the metal scene. Whatever your heavy metal heart desires! Please don't forget to give us your name and try to keep your message brief, no more than a couple of minutes or so. Also, if you wanna plug your band/business/podcast/whatever, go for it! Finally, thank you for your support up until this point. Here's to more metal meanderings in the coming year! - Gary Grim The vocal coach Jeremy mentions in the episode: https://www.facebook.com/maryzimmeroffiicial/ Thank you to Mitch, Brooke and Chris for calling in! The DTBAM theme song is by Stephen "Smithy" Layzell.
19 minutes | Nov 29, 2018
Bonus episode: Voivod interview with Dan "Chewy" Mongrain
Gary Grim of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast sat down to talk to Dan "Chewy" Mongrain, guitarist from the Canadian sci-fi prog thrash entity Voivod. They talk about their new album The Wake, about joining your favourite band, about learning experience, about the band's upcoming Australian tour and about nuclear Armageddon! Voivod: http://www.voivod.com/ http://voivod.net/ https://www.facebook.com/Voivod/ Australian tour dates: Wednesday January 23rd - Brisbane - Crow Bar Thursday January 24th – Canberra - Basement Friday January 25th - Melbourne - Max Watts Saturday January 26th - Sydney – Crow Bar Tickets ON SALE NOW! From: http://www.drwe.com.au Interstitial music by Voivod from The Wake and Killing Technology.
74 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Episode 31 (Peace Smells... But Who's Farting?)
Nietzsche. Sartre. Einstein. Durst. Touted by many as some of the greatest thinkers of all time. That was, of course, until episode 31 of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast. Your intrepid hosts up the intellectual caliber of their show in a manner that will not only expand your mind but perhaps even alter in ways unchangeable the zeitgeist as it is now known. There is a new segment called Great Farts in Metal History which is flogged to death throughout the course of the episode. There is talk about new releases wherein Jezabel and Tain giggle like cunning intellectuals at the band name Arsis. There is a segment about death metal releases from the month of October wherein Gary learns that Jezabel's feelings regarding the genre are not what he expected. There are haiku, ASMR death metal songs, ghosts of great British comedians and more packed into this bumper issue. Donate to Tain's Movember campaign here: https://mobro.co/13867526 DTABM theme song by Stephen "Smithy" Layzell. Episode image photoshopped by Natriz and Gary Grim,
94 minutes | Oct 18, 2018
Episode 30 (You Can Call Me Owl)
The 3 heavy metal pelicans are back! Gary Grim, Tain and Jezabel get together to let you in on their innermost thoughts, talk about new releases, break the silence on Behemoth's latest album and discuss the depiction of metalheads throughout cinematic history! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll blow chunks, you'll have an existential crisis, you'll go into denial, and then the final step is acceptance. DTABM Spotify playlists discussed in this episode: https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/1AC55kgs1cmgiL0qAwDjGv?si=vsn49JfCRG2qsClF6IYnOw https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/03YtB32FqRxxvuyxzgryc1?si=SmjTLBkFTAuf7qdtrc3CoQ
89 minutes | Sep 6, 2018
Episode 29 (Hecatomb)
What we lack in brevity and co-hosts for this episode, we make up for in epic content! Jez has gone AWOL for an episode so this one is just Gary Grim and Tain talking nonsense (with some metal in there) like the old school episodes of the podcast. You know, before anyone listened to us! New releases by Behemoth, Blacklab, Carnation, Convulsing, Dee Snider, Doro, Gourmand, High on Fire, Lucifer, Obscura, Rebel Wizard, Unearthly Trance, Yawning Man and Zevious are discussed. We interview Zac and Phil from Sydney thrashers Reaver about their origins ad the journey to their debut self titled EP which is out now. Then we deep dive into the legacy of the legendary band Manilla Road where we speak about Mark "The Shark" Shelton (R.I.P.) and the epic metal found on the band's sprawling discography. There is even a statment sent to us by way of audio file by Fenriz himself (Darkthrone, Isengard, Storm, Valhall, Eibon et al) where he reveals how he discovered Manilla Road. This is not one to be missed! Get listening. DTABM theme song by Stephen "Smithy" Layzell. Background music by the bands mentioned above. FIND REAVER HERE: https://www.facebook.com/REAVERMETALAUS/ https://reavermetalaus.bandcamp.com/releases https://open.spotify.com/album/6InDcPjYcdPij45O2aFWbh?si=FWIRuu2LRB2-GBUznZIzgw FIND THE DTABM PLAYLISTS FOR JULY AND AUGUST HERE: https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/4MOTc8RpQsVTvQZnVMM1hL https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/6Bmnpzk6nvqm18xdtzJ0ft
13 minutes | Jul 30, 2018
BONUS: Amadingus Bloopers
Bloopers from episode 28 of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast. LISTEN TO THAT EPISODE FIRST! Music by 331ERock and Mozart
95 minutes | Jul 30, 2018
Episode 28 (Amadingus)
As an elderly man, Gary Grim is visited by two writers who are compiling the story of his life. However, rather than learning about his beginnings, his struggles and his inevitable decline, these writers only seem to be interested in one particular shocking episode of the DTABM podcast... this episode. Old man Grim tells the writers the story of how the DTABM crew spoke about albums released around the time of the episode recording by bands such as Vein, Baptists, the Night Flight Orchestra, Uada, Dopethrone, Morag Tong, Oak, Ovate, Gruesome, Nocturnal Graves, Sleepwalkers, The Konsortium, Craft, and a then yet to be released Rebel Wizard album. He recalls how the lads went on to "break the silence" over not one but two albums by the bands Immortal and Deafheaven. The tales continues with a retelling of a "terrible album debate", a segment the guys had not come up with a catchy title for at the time, with the album St Anger by Metallica getting the DTABM treatment. Then Grim finally gets to the ending of the episode and the big reveal that came with it. What could have happened? What earth shattering news will be revealed? Could this spell the end of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast? (Probably not, you're not that lucky.) Tune in to find out! DTABM theme song by Stephen "Smithy" Layzell Episode photo by Maz Hender Bloopers: soundcloud.com/deaf-to-all-but-metal/amadingusbloopers May playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/7Ad7Q1IeeGD90qSNsEB8Lh June playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/4VMm2aisifWk28kQtmbQzb
49 minutes | Jun 27, 2018
Episode 27 (DTABM's Perfunctory Sojourn)
A regular old episode of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast is waylaid when Tain and Jezabel discover that Gary Grim is in possession of a time machine! Listen to these time pelicans embark upon a most perfunctory sojourn through time and space as they meet up with icons from throughout metal history. This episode of the podcast has all the hallmarks that you would find in a classic time travel film: cheesy effects, run ins with historical figures and a plot containing logic that only works if you don't think about it too much. Have a listen, we can literally make time for you to do so. DTABM theme song by Stephen "Smithy" Layzell Musical snippets: The original Doctor Who theme, Santeria by Sublime and an 8 Bit version of The Power of Love by Huey Lewis and the News.
21 minutes | May 29, 2018
Bonus Episode: Bjorn Strid interview (Night Flight Orchestra)
We here at Deaf To All But Metal love the Night Flight Orchestra and their ability to perfectly encapsulate a classic rock sound whilst still sounding like their own entity. Gary Grim spoke to their vocalist, Bjorn "Speed" Strid, about NFO's sound, their upcoming album (Sometimes The World Ain't Enough - out on the 29th of June via Nuclear Blast Records), the band's imagery, their upcoming tour and the ultimate NFO touring partner! THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thenightflightorchestraofficial/ Buy the album https://media.nuclearblast.de/shoplanding/2018/TheNightFlightOrchestra/sometimes-the-world-aint-enough.html Nuclear Blast Records http://www.nuclearblast.de/en/ The DTABM theme song: Stephen "Smithy" Layzell Featuring a clip of The Night Flight Orchestra's Midnight Flyer from their album Amber Galactic and their new single, This Time.
65 minutes | May 9, 2018
Episode 26 (This Summer)
In this bumper issue of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast, the lads finally sell out and get sponsorship causing big things to start to happen for the podcast with regards to spin off merchandise. They talk movies that could be improved with metal soundtracks in a loving homage to (read as: rip off of)the Brown Carpet podcast. There is also talk of new metal releases from the month of April, Ross the Boss (actually him, not one of our terrible impressions) says hi and much more! Our new metal release Spotify playlist for April: https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/5rrbO0ss6ZKO73o2zWL1Jo Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/deaftoallbm Opening theme music by Stephen "Smithy" Layzell.
48 minutes | Apr 15, 2018
Bonus episode: Michael Lueders interview (Merkel Will Headbang)
In this bonus episode of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast, Gary Grim and Tain speak to Michael Lueders of Black -Roos Entertainment/Metal-Roos/Metal United Down Under/Metal United World Wide. As you can see, this is guy is very busy. Under these banners, Michael and his wife Anja are putting on gigs to help unite metalheads worldwide as well as managing/promoting up and coming bands to help them get off the ground and into the public eye. Gary and Tain ask Michael about life in Germany, the metal scene in Australia, the difficulties that arise with coordinating metal gigs in 40+ countries on the same date, the dangers faced by Syrian and Iraqi metalheads playing shows to be part of Metal United World Wide, how he has managed to achieve his many successes and much more. It's an interesting listen for metal fans, bands and promoters alike, we hope you enjoy. METAL-ROOS https://www.facebook.com/MetalRoos/ http://www.metal-roos.com.au/ METAL UNITED DOWN UNDER https://www.facebook.com/MetalUnitedDownUnder/ http://www.metal-united-down-under.com.au/ METAL UNITED WORLD WIDE https://www.facebook.com/MetalUnitedWorldWide/ http://metal-united-world-wide.com/ BLACK-ROOS ENTERTAINMENT https://www.facebook.com/blackroosentertainment/ http://www.black-roos.com/ email@example.com
61 minutes | Apr 5, 2018
Episode 25 (Hello, Sports Fans)
Yes, hello there, sports fans. Welcome, dear listener, to a bumper issue of the Deaf To All But Metal podcast. In this episode Gary Grim grapples with an unruly stable of podcast hoes, the guys break the silence over Firepower by Judas Priest, they do a label showcase for Iron Bonehead Productions and more. You'll hear plenty of EXCLUSIVE* news about Inquisition, MetalSucks and the Eagles of Death Metal as well as your intrepid hosts doing dodgy impressions of each other. *In this case the word "exclusive" actually means "completely false". Our Spotify Playlist for March: https://open.spotify.com/user/n2qomunzbermghhslp6ziqb3n/playlist/4rJuHtpUIAa77Msi9Ibjdx Iron Bonehead Productions: www.ironbonehead.de/ Interview with Patrick from IBP: http://www.thelairoffilth.com/2015/07/the-filthy-interview-iron-bonehead.html Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.facebook.com/deaftoallbm Theme music by Stephen "Smithy" Layzell. Easter egg music by Kevin Macleod.
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