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Metalunderground.com Official Podcast, Episode 12: Axes & Animals

“If it wasn’t for the thousands upon thousands of dollars Triston Seever lined Arty’s pockets with every week, the rock god knew the Hollywood agent wouldn’t tolerate the star’s strange new habits – the most disturbing of which was slaughtering young girls by the dozens. Triston Seever was a fraud; Arty knew this. (He was a man who knew a thing or two about fraud.) The little charmer was no longer an innocent kid. Something dark had taken hold of his body.”

Tune into our Official Podcast for co-host Mike Smith’s (OverkillExposure) dramatic reading of “All The Rage,” an original supernatural horror short by author Lindsey Beth Goddard.

“All The Rage” appears in the brand new metal-themed horror fiction anthology “Axes Of Evil,” out this month via Diabolus In Musica Publishing, an imprint of Chupa Cabra House. "Axes Of Evil" was edited by veteran metal journalist Alex S. Johnson.

Next, co-host Kevin Perez (n0thinghead) shares his thoughts on “The Joy Of Motion,” the recently released third album from Washington, D.C.’s instrumental progressive metal prodigies Animals As Leaders.

Pop some popcorn, take a listen here, enjoy, and offer us your feedback.

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1. Carlos Santos writes:

Hi, Mike and Kevin!
I liked this podcast as well. I specially liked the reading - while this story is great, I sometimes wonder if it weren't for someone reading it out loud, if I would find the story as appealing as it was. It seemed will written in the sense it had all the details nailed down. Not being a very big fan of progressive metal - I like Porcupine Tree, but I dislike Dream Theater - but I liked Tooth and Claw. There was a section that reminded me of Maudlin Of The Well - not a purely instrumental band, but most of their music was. They leaned more to the Death metal side of things. I will give the full album a listen, that for sure.
Keep it up! Cheers.

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2. OverkillExposure writes:

Thank you as always, Carlos! We love the support. Very glad to know my reading was entertaining. :)

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