Smash the Mic Episode 013 – Fluffy Goats and Abused Pancakes


Smash the Mic hits episode thirteen. Unlucky for some? Lucky for you, this week we have lots to get through. We cast our eyes and ears on the new new records by DevildriverEternal Sleep and Tides From Nebula and Mark brings UK prog/tech metallers Brutai to the table for Bandcamp Recommendation of the Week. In the news, we have Belphegor responding to an attacker, new music from ThriceChino Moreno‘s new side-project Saudade and some hip-hop black metal from Second to Sun. Yes, really. Finally, we finish things off with the question “what does progressive music mean to you?”, featuring a guest appearance by fellow Broken Amp writer Nick Berry.

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Bands discussed:
Devildriver Facebook. New album Trust No One out 13/05. Napalm Records.
Eternal Sleep – Facebook. New album The Emptiness Of… out 14/05. Bandcamp.
Tides From Nebula – Facebook. New album Safehaven out 06/05. Bandcamp.
Brutai – Facebook. Latest single Deep out now. Bandcamp.

Brutai tour dates with The Five Hundred are as follows:
Friday 6th May – Bantam Northampton
Saturday 7th May – Bar 42 Worthing
Sunday 8th May – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Friday 13th May – Sound Circus, Bournemouth
Saturday 14th May – The Gryphon, Bristol
Sunday 15th May – Sanctuary Live UK, Basingstoke

Topics discussed:

Belphegor respond to attacker

Thrice debut “Black Honey”

Saudade side-project featuring members of Defontes, Bad Brains, Cro-Mags

Second Sun – “GladWeHaveAnUnderstanding” (Bones Cover)




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