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Episode 401: Knox Colby of Enforced

Jobe sits down with Knox Colby, lead vocalist for Richmond, Virginia crossover death metal band Enforced to talk about the stresses of putting out an album during a pandemic, the reach of Jose Mangin and Liquid Metal, and the glory of playing shows on the

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Cryptosis—Bionic Swarm (Century Media)

On Bionic Swarm, Cryptosis sounds like what you would imagine a killer prog metal band to sound like out of Bladerunner’s universe. The Dutch trio’s (formerly known as Distillator) debut album under the new moniker is equal parts futuristic, brooding, and most importantly, human. Bionic

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Enforced—Kill Grid (Century Media)

One of the great things about a new band putting out a great debut album is the anticipation for the follow up—hoping that the people involved can put lightning in a bottle a second time and deliver something just as good, if not better, than

Slayer Hold Court Over a Test of Endurance in OKC

by Ken Jobe (@booksofjobe) When thrash metal titans Slayer announced they were embarking on a farewell tour before embracing retired life, they announced a supporting bill that could be a killer tour of its own: Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament, and Behemoth, who were swapped