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Last update: 2012-12-18

Aurelicast S2E3

2012-12-18 :: Son of Aurelius
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What's up, everyone! We're back with another episode of Aurelicast to bring you the news in music, games, and more. Arsis just dropped their new EP Leper's Caress and Cynic just entered the studio, fully equiped with esoteric song titles and everything. On the other end of the spectrum, Suffocation just dropped a single from their upcoming album Pinnacle of Bedlam, and it DESTROYS. Fucking... YES!!! On the sadder side of news, guitarist and founding member of All Shall Perish, Ben Orum has decided to leave the band to pursue other interests. Same goes for the bassist and vocalist for Attack, Attack but, really, who fucking cares about Attack, Attack. Don't miss out on Cary, Max and Riley fucking around and covering all kinds of ridiculous ground from stealing shit from Wal-Marts in the midwestern United States to Corpsegrinder and Mr. T playing World of Warcraft naked in a field of flowers. All of this and more on the newest episode of Aurelicast. Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast S2E2

2012-11-01 :: Son of Aurelius
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The boys are back in episode 2 with a healthy dose of Wintersun's new release, Time I. Does the hotly anticipated and long in development sophomore release hold up to it's highly regarded predecessor? In a word, probably. It can be tough to find out what is going on under all those synths. Yet more impressions of Devin Townsend's latest release "epicloud" are in store, and a retrospective on what the Devin Townsend Project has done up to this point. Tool goes up against At The Gates in a discussion concerning trends and bandwagons. You can also count on the usual bunch of nonsense from Pokemon to bronies, and the fellas finish out the cast revealing their deepest, darkest, and most embarrassing guilty pleasures. Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast S2E1

2012-10-16 :: Son of Aurelius
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Aurelicast is back and ready for the first episode of season 2! Yes, season 2. The fellas talk about there experience playing with progressive metal powerhouse Between the Buried and Me, including hectic travel plans and sleeping in the presence of cockroaches. With a slew of new music out, the guys give their impressions on the new Revocation EP, Devin Townsend's Epicloud and the latest from BTBAM. The latest metal news, annoying bosses and time consuming video games round out this weeks episode. Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #9

2012-08-12 :: Son of Aurelius
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Welcome back to Aurelicast! Episode 9 kicks off with a briefing on our very own mission: impossible.... Well... more like stop gambling so much and don't work at Best Buy, but who's splitting hairs? After our tomfoolery has come to a close, we get back to the beat and deliver our two-cents on the new Arkaik and Faceless tracks. Speaking of The Faceless, we're glad to see that they're alive and well after the Tampa, FL Summer Slaughter fiasco, but even more glad to see that Lamb of God's Randy Blythe was finally released from international custody! Great news. Great topics. You don't wanna miss out on this one. P.S. The new Batman movie sucked. >:0 Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #8

2012-08-02 :: Son of Aurelius
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Welcome back to Aurelicast! Returning to the fray this week is Joel Horner from Odious Mortem, who gives a brief but hopeful update on the future of Odious. The fellas are giging this month, and talk about their recent show with Cali tech death legends Severed Savior, as well as playing a show at the historic Berkeley hardcore club; The Gilman. The forgotten gem "Colonizing The Sun" by pioneering tech band Theory in Practice is revisited and discussed. The Slaughter Survivors Tour debut, horrible acoustics and ridiculous band names are all topics of discussion along with our reactions to the ongoing Randy Blythe situation. Listen and stay tuned, Aurelicast is back! Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #7

2012-06-21 :: Son of Aurelius
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Welcome back to Aurelicast! Have you seen Prometheus yet? Well, neither have half of us, so don't go ruining the loop-holes and special effects! Speaking of special effects, have you ever heard isolated vocal tracks from hair metal bands of the 80s? I've never heard Motley Crue sound well... shittier. We at Son of Aurelius would much rather cleanse our palet with something a little bit more like... say... Atheist's album Unquestionable Presence, which just so happens to be this weeks album discussion! Stay tuned for this and so much more, including eating snails, death metal lyrics, and Matt Pike from High on Fire checking into rehab so he can be not so High on Firewater. You don't wanna miss out on this!! Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #6

2012-06-11 :: Son of Aurelius
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Episode Six of Aurelicast is here! This week, our hosts go over the 1993 masterpiece Focus from prog-metal monsters, Cynic. But of course, not before going over Riley's epic parties and the parallels between watermelon smashers and ginger-haired prop comedians. This week in news, Slipknot headlines Knotfest (no way.) in Iowa (NO WAY) and who's on the lineup? Dethklok (NOOOO WAAAAAAY). So, how are the guys in Son of Aurelius going to address this? By shitting in a hair dryer and trashing a hotel room. Don't miss out on this week's episode of Aurelicast! Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #5

2012-06-04 :: Son of Aurelius

Welcome back to another incredible episode of Aurelicast! This week, we've got our good friend Greg Burgess of the death metal masterpiece Allegaeon, and your hosts in Son of Aurelius get the inside scoop on the making of Formshifter, the influences on Greg as a songwriter, and his reaction to the amazing placement of Formshifter on the Billboard charts!After all the fun the guys had with Greg, he decided to stick around, not just for the interview, but for the rest of the podcast! We dive head first into some awesome news: NEW WINTERSUN!! This long awaited powerhouse brings about quite the interesting conversation, from Game of Thrones (swords, and tits, and dragons! Hurrah!) to bath salt zombies, this will be another amazing episode of Aurelicast that you don't want to miss!!Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #4

2012-05-28 :: Son of Aurelius

In this episode of Aurelicast, the guys introduce their bandmate and good friend, Ezra Bettencourt. He is posed with the ultimate question, but not before your hosts cover their weekly reviews of the new Cattle Decapitation album Monolith of Inhumanity, as well as the classic release of Death's 1993 album Individual Thought Patterns. As for Ezra's question...Let's just say that there's a whole lot of crybaby involved. The news this week is on opposite poles with your hosts in Son of Aurelius. On one hand, you have the incredibly unfortunate incident of theft that befell the incredibly talented Ulcerate recently in New York. On the other hand, you have the recent record deal, supposedly worth $750,000, that was signed by the costume rockers in Ghost. But are both of these situations in a position of reversal? Find out when you tune in to this week's episode of Aurelicast, and don't forget to keep those e-mails coming at us! Thank you for all your support, keep it metal!Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #3

2012-05-21 :: Son of Aurelius
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Welcome back to another airing of Aurelicast! In tonight's dialogue, the guys are joined by their long-time friend and musical colleague, Joel Horner. Some of you may know him better as the long-time bassist of death metal legends, Decrepit Birth. Others may know him as the current bassist of the recently reformed and mind-blowing Odious Mortem. We're not here to split hairs....However, what we are here to do is tell you about these various metal masters podding their faces off about prog rock legends firing AK-47's, as well as what they would look like after being fused to their drum sets. Well... that and having tables flipped onto them at legendary concerts.... Speaking of concerts, have you ever wanted to see bands like Rush, Behemoth, or Hate Eternal? Well, a certain Mr. Guest Appearance has seen em all, if not played the same stages, and has been so kind as to divulge his experience to you, our loyal pod-ees.In addition, the Son of Aurelians review the new prog-rock collaboration, Storm Corrosion, as well as reminisce on one of the greatest death metal albums of all time: Suffocation's Pierced From Within. Don't miss this, and so much more in the newest episode of Aurelicast. Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #2

2012-05-15 :: Son of Aurelius
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Welcome back to the Son of Aurelius podcast, Aurelicast!!! This time around, the guys get together and crack the ice by breaking down the doors to Irish pubs, knocking down some fish and chips, and dubbing each other with titles that are too amazing for words. After all the jerkin around, business gets down with discussions on the newest Gorod release, A Perfect Absolution, as well as this week's classic, Psycroptic's Scepter of the Ancients. Vocalist Riley McShane is posed with one of the great questions of our age, and dives deep to answer: "What is the best usage of clean vocals in metal/death metal?" While the answer may be surprising to some, it is definitely an opinion you don't want to miss. Bringing it back to our world in news, our favorite Aurelians go over Slayer's Jeff Hanneman and his debilitating.... spider bite? Hopefully that shit will heal up quick, otherwise he'll miss out one of the many...... metal cruise ships?? What the fuck is going........ Anyway! The Slaughter Survivors tour is going to hit the road soon, bringing all of our friends in Pathology, Fallujah, Enfold Darkness, and other greats to the same stage, but with the recent loss of drummer, Jack Blackburn, how will Enfold Darkness make it happen? Find out all of this and much, much more on Episode 2 of Aurelicast, Mad Dogging the Pacific Coast. P.S. Men turning into women. Audio/Post Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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Aurelicast #1

2012-05-11 :: Son of Aurelius

Welcome to this week's episode of the Son of Aurelius podcast, Aurelicast! The guys dive headfirst into a run-down of tech-death champs Spawn of Possession's brutal new release, Incurso. This latest endeavor from the legends themselves is an undeniable masterpiece, but can there be too much of a good thing? From new age to old school, our hosts reflect ten years back to celebrate the release of Lucid Interval. As many of you know, and for those of you that don't, this album is considered to be what defined the sound for the deathgrind masters, Cephalic Carnage. From free beer to 808's, these will be a pair of reviews you won't want to miss. Bass of Aurelius, Max Zigman is confronted with a question: What is the album that brought you to the crossroad where you transitioned into death metal? The answer? Only one of the greatest death metal albums ever released, of course. Still need a hint? Well, they've been heavily involved in the band's next topic: The Summer Slaughter Tour. This year's lineup has been quite the toss up, but the end result is one that is guaranteed to melt faces. Cannibal Corpse, Between the Buried and Me, and.... Fleshgod Apocalypse? Rumors speculate their absence, but the real question is, "Why?" In recent news, and in a most unfortunate turn, RoadRunner Records has recently shut down their offices in the UK and Canada; a devastating blow to dozens of men and women, now out of their jobs. Trivium's Matt Heafy had a mouthful to say about the decision to "cut costs," but the relativity to metal that his comments make ring too true to ignore. Our friends in SoA discuss the scene, and much, much more. Make sure to tune in to the premiere episode of Aurelicast, and get to know the most down to earth melodic tech-death shredders, Son of Aurelius. Audio/Post-Production by Max Zigman/Parade Outrageous Studios …

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