June 2

Episode 09 (Part 2): Fictitious Death Metal Album Covers Episode 02

In episode 2 of our Fictitious Death Metal Album Covers segment, we roll the die to get Finland for Tony and Brazil for Nhat. Tony’s band name is Rupikonna Mestaus, which translates into Toad Decapitation and Nhat’s band name is Couro Guerra, which is Portuguese for Leather War.

Here is Tony’s album cover for Rupikonna Mestaus’ “Chaos In The Lilypond”:


and the back cover of Rupikonna Mestaus’ album:


Album Song List:

1. Chaos In The Lilypond
2. Poor Toad, Went And Got His Head Cut Off
3. Hypno-Toad Is Watching You
4. Cannot Live Without Dying
5. The Smell of Cortez’s Lunch
6. Keep Your Distance, Dildo Face
7. Stabbed In The Eye With A Microwaved French Fry
8. Amputee Love

Here is Nhat’s album cover for Couro Guerra’s “F*ck You, Human Face”:


and the back cover for Couro Guerra’s album:


Album Song List:

1. Fuck You, Human Face
2. Moo-der In The First Degree
3. Cow-er in Fear
4. I Fart, You Die
5. Sirloined At The Steak
6. Bonded By Cud
7. Bovine Intervention

Intro song of the week:

“True Colors” – M.O.D.

Outro song of the week:

“Blind Faith” – Kreator
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June 2

Episode 09 (Part 1): We’re Not Metal Enough

Tony and Nhat cover social media and if it’s fucking people up and dabble a bit in a few metal subjects, but mainly came to the conclusion that they’re not metal enough. Shout out to the Death Metal Dorkery podcast that contacted us last week as they seem to be well metal enough for all of us.

We talk about kids – what are they really good for? Just kidding.. They’re just not really our thing, but more power to you if you have one. Tony realizes that even with his new raise, he can’t afford a heroine addiction and we’re still waiting to hear from a reliable source where to get score some. We’re kidding. No, but seriously… what is Twitter good for if not for that?

Intro song of the week:

“Do Not Go Gently” – Animals As Leaders

Outro song of the week:

“Ride Out Bitch” – Vaux
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