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Noise Dosage Media//Between Exultation and Aggression. We specialize in meaningful music discussions; bringing you conversations with some of the most impressive and innovative musicians to reach our beloved underground. Our mission statement, essentially, is to provide artists with a platform of at-length discussion for a variety of case-specialized, scintillating topics of interview such as the specifics of self-producing, writing methods, the music industry, touring, horror films, life be ...
 
Focus on Extreme Metal is a bi-weekly show focusing on all things dark, brutal and extreme. This fast paced show features ton of music, captivating discussion, interviews, latest news headlines, reviews of the latest releases and plenty of segments from contributing metalheads. Join the Extreme Pair of Dario Sycco and Mandy Delamuerte as they dive deep into the dark, complex and technical aspects of death, black, grind and generally extreme forms of metal. Expect the unexpected with offbeat ...
 
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Since we're on break for another week, here's another old bonus episode, this one from back in September 2020. We talk about this one a lot on the show, because it helped us figure out some important stuff about BM history - in particular, the crucial question, "Who did what riffs when?" So sit back, young warriors, with your pints of heavily adult…
 
S1E123: "A Two-Finger Power Chord" - Jon Davis (Conan) In this episode, we gather with Jon Davis (Conan) to chat about first crossing paths with Dunable guitars, being an avid Iron Maiden fan, writing music that is very honest and does not seem to be written by total pricks, and his biggest learning curve with creating Black Bow Records. Our Artist…
 
S1E122: "My Ears More Open" - Nikita Kamprad (Der Weg einer Freiheit) In this episode, we gather with Nikita Kamprad (Der Weg einer Freiheit) to chat about the world between being awake and asleep, blocking certain times on his schedule to be creative, and how he sees his music as a sort of shelter and companion in times of solitude. Our Artists: P…
 
S1E121: "Skeleton Of A Record" - Bryan Funck (Thou) In this episode, we linked up with Bryan Funck (Thou) to talk about who he considers being the greatest frontman or woman of all time, the current Louisiana underground extreme music scene, and what he has learned the most about the process of staying active and productive. Our Artists: Podcast Fr…
 
S1E120: "An Artistic Message" - A.L.N (Mizmor) In this episode, we gather with A.L.N (Mizmor) to chat about his journey to produce honest and vulnerable music, what he has learned about himself the most in the writing process, and going DIY for a diehard collector. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withered_designs Conceptual, Merch and Zine …
 
Here, to tide you over through Terminus Winter Break, is a bonus episode from just over a year ago, with a moody midwinter vibe and an emphasis on subgenre history. We've paired two bands that were basically canonical in the 00s, the first as a key influence on DSBM, the second as an important DSBM band. Revisiting these, though, there's a lot more…
 
S1E118: "Losing Sleep Over Riffs" - David Davidson (Revocation/Gargoyl) In this episode, we gather with David Davidson (Revocation/Gargoyl) to discuss their upcoming U.S tour with Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel, and Shadow Of Intent, losing sleep over riffs and his inherent need to pallet cleanse with his new project Gargoyl. Our Artists: Podcast Fra…
 
S1E119: "We All Want A Shot" - Getting It Out Podcast (Dan Craley) Two podcasters colliding heads on one episode? Be ready for all sorts of twists and turns as we talk about things we've learned up to this point, the importance of taking a break in creative projects, and our hometown underground scenes. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withe…
 
"Let's change the structure this time" The Black Metal Guy said. "Last year we ended up doing this sprawling 4 hour thing- this time, let's keep it a little tighter and not just sperg out the whole time." Whoops. Welcome to our final episode of the year- another 4+ hour session of obsessing over the vagaries of our favorite albums of the year. This…
 
It was a grueling and arduous journey, but we've made it, boys: the final regular Terminus episode of the year. We're a year and a half into our Sisyphean task of destroying metal jounalism, but before we provide The Only Year End List That Matters, we've got a few more records to cover. Our opening segment this time is dedicated to Serpent Rider, …
 
Weird episode today, boys- we've got weirdo death metal, we've got funeral doom, and we've got a lot of weird little tangents between everything. Opening the evening is a quick live reaction session to 1914, everyone's favorite EMOTIONALLY GRIPPING AND POWERFUL WW1 themed every-band-ripoff, but we quickly pivot to a look back at Amenra, a TBMG favo…
 
Winter is setting in, holiday decorations are going up (if they didn't go up in September,) and the winds are full of good cheer and total economic and social collapse. What better way to celebrate the reason for the season than with a one-two punch of hideously ugly tunes from Finland? Before we get into that, though, we touch on the new split bet…
 
Sorry for the delay, guys, but we've arisen from our tryptophan-induced comas with, as always, yet another thrilling installment of your favorite Lithuanian falconry podcast. This is kind of a special one- beyond all expectations (and, frankly, all sense,) a listener has become Literally Dani Filth in order to forcibly submit a record to the show. …
 
While other, less honorable metal publications are busy compiling end of year lists well before their time, Terminus plows ever onward with reviews, waiting until the 11th hour when the freshest, hottest albums emerge from the oven. On today's show we cover two records unusually prominent for our usual selection of underground sundries, but first w…
 
On Terminus we've spoken frequently in the abstract about folk music and its relation to extreme metal, both musically and conceptually. It's only now, though, that we get to peek behind the metaphorical curtain into the thoughts of an artist who explores the ties between those styles. On this interview, The Black Metal Guy speaks to the main mind …
 
It's finally that time where Terminus rearranges its format- but just a little bit, as a treat. We're still figuring out exactly how we want to do this at Terminus HQ, so we open with a mini-review of Mondocane's independent debut, a potent but still-developing mixture of Mayhem, Gorgoroth, and Burzum with an interesting streak of timbral creativit…
 
S1E117: "Accepted As An Artform" - Thomas Eriksen (Mork) In this episode, we collide podcast forces to chat about how music theory continues to be a hard topic of discussion when original writing music, how Peaceville Records took his band under their wing and learning opportunities and challenges he's faced since launching his podcast show. Our Ar…
 
Hear ye, hear ye, Terminus returns with its last ultra-long episode for a while. We're going to be streamlining episodes a bit in the future and moving some of the workload to our bonus content- check out the intro for further details. But don't worry, we still have a content-packed week for that features both the most AND least fun records we've e…
 
We're a little late with this one- TDMG had to get the firmware of his MKULTRA chip upgraded so he was laid up for a couple days. But what's more important than his improved 5G reception and newfound need to explore the Marvel Cinematic Universe is that we have a new episode for all our children. Usually there's a binding thematic thread of some ki…
 
Much to the chagrin of posers and falses across the globe, Terminus arises from a brief autumnal break with another grip of records to interrogate. While you're all out having fun watching the leaves change, we're hermetially sealed inside our respective apartments, digging our way through the trenches of obscurity to bring you hidden nuggets of go…
 
S1E116: "Yoo-hoo's and Danny Lilker" - Steve Zetro Souza (Exodus) In this episode, we talk shop with Steve Zetro Souza (Exodus) about his experiences playing with the almighty Metallica, his method of madness behind Zetro's Toxic Vault, and his overall thoughts on the metal community over the years. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withered_…
 
Before Terminus takes a brief break to catch up on the day jobs we've been ignoring for months, we have a shorter, diamond-hard episode for you split in two distinct halves- wandering, melodic, and unusual one-man black metal versus two very different takes on modern war metal. We'll be back week after next, but hopefully this keeps the shakes away…
 
In the sexiest and most goblin-infested edition of Terminus yet, your intrepid heroes investigate another four records, this time heavy on the black metal with a funeral doom appetizer. All four of these bands have been mentioned on the show at one point or another, but none have actually been reviewed- all of them, however, were eagerly anticipate…
 
After about a million technical problems and an equal amount of alcohol consumption, Terminus episode 68 finally arrives with 4 records of intense vision, rigor, and precise execution. From epic black metal to goregrind, a wide swath of styles are covered today, with a running thread of highly specific and focused artistic imagination. And we like …
 
Here on Terminus, we run wild and free, nude and screaming- we don't play by anyone's rules, not even our own. So when faced with literally the worst drought of worthwhile releases to cover we've ever seen in the show's history, what do we do? Well, we just cover stuff from the past few years, just before the show started. What you get here is a cr…
 
S1E115: "A Sound as Imagined" - Luana Dametto (Crypta) In this episode, we dive deep with Luana Dametto about her experiences and lessons learned while trying to find her sound with her drums in the studio, choosing Lord of Logos to represent a major part of her life, and advice on traveling the world as a professional drummer. Our Artists: Podcast…
 
It's a real hot swordboy summer for The Black Metal Guy as yet another old favorite returns for a new record, a friend submits a full-length demo, and two previously featured artists return again. This one's a deep cut for Terminus pros, with lots of returning features and refinements on old styles coming to a head in a varied and fun episode. Star…
 
S1E114: "A Really Special Scene" - Jason W. Walton (Agalloch/Snare of Sixes/Sculptured) In this episode, we gather with Jason W. Walton (Agalloch/Snare of Sixes/Sculptured) to dive deep into his early upbringing and career with extreme music, how fans of this style of music tend to want to be more involved than being a casual listener, and his main…
 
After a late upload last week we're back on track with an episode of bands both big and small, death and black, raw and polished, and all four records are excellent. This is a broad-spectrum episode with just about every type of release you can imagine, from small, independent black metal split to one of the biggest death metal records of the year-…
 
S1E113: "The Mutual Connection (Seeing Things Differently)" - Adam De Micco (Lorna Shore) In this episode, we gather with Adam De Micco (Lorna Shore) to think back on the process of writing in the earlier days, a behind-the-scenes look at their latest EP "... And I Return To Nothingness", traveling through war-torn areas on tour, and getting excite…
 
In a Terminus first, the Black Metal Guy interviews both sides of a recently reviewed split- that of Moulderyawn and Robes of Snow, two artists likely familiar to listeners as stalwart members of the Old Mill cohort helping to bring folk metal into a new era. TBMG sits down with Charlie Aldersop and Damian Winter for a conversation about black meta…
 
Okay, here's the thing: recording this episode was grueling. Not because of the records but because of various technical issues which led to us wrapping up recording at 4 in the morning, which was just like hell, and not in the cool way. It gets a little weird and delirious. I'm still tired. I might be tired forever. Here's what you get: Apparition…
 
Prepare yourselves, Terminators, for an episode which undoubtedly features our highest CPM rating (Chugs Per Minute) yet! In a major departure from the usual, we've got more death than black today, which according to The Death Metal Guy means that we're looking at another 2 weeks of winter when it eventually rolls around. We've got oldschool Tampa …
 
Ladies and gentlemen (but really just gentlemen,) Terminus has finally arrived, at least for The Black Metal Guy. A new Graveland record has landed and TBMG has dressed himself in his finest furs just for the occasion despite the summer heat. This episode is an odd one- pagan mysticism, hermetic grumbling, and a double shot of the Holy Spirit makes…
 
After a long period dwelling in the subterranean bowels of extreme metal, Terminus presents an episode of expansive, melodic black metal (and stuff that kind of sounds like it.) If you're tired of cavernous murk, this should be a refreshing bite of pickled ginger for you, with records that explore dense woodlands, airy mountaintops, and all points …
 
S1E112: "To Encompass Everything You Are..." - Chad Green (Frozen Soul) In this episode, we gather with Chad Green to cover all things Frozen Soul related. Some notable topics include his solid friendship with Riley Gale (Power Trip), friends that have been extremely supportive to them, and the rollercoaster ride that comes with being a touring mus…
 
It's double episode day, boys! In addition to a sprawling interview with Lori Bravo of Nuclear Death is your regularly scheduled session of extreme metal discussion. This episode features four records with numerous crossing threads which will be familiar to regular listeners- the resurgence of cavernous black/death metal, the atavistic urges of pri…
 
Terminus is proud to present an interview 17 years in the making. The Death Metal Guy sits down for an extended session with Lori Bravo of the immortal and still criminally underappreciated Nuclear Death, an early Arizona death metal band who demolished all comers in the extremity arms race before transforming into exquisite experimental music. Unl…
 
On a hot summer night in July of 2021, the dread lich Terminus rises from its grave again. Our break was a much needed one, but our addiction to painstaking discussion of extreme metal is one not so easily shaken by a touch of abstinence. Join us once again as we relapse into the worst of our habits with four new records from all corners of the met…
 
S1E111: "Colors 2 (A Glimpse Inside)" - Dustie Waring (Between The Buried And Me) In this episode, we gather with Dustie Waring (Between The Buried And Me) to cover all things BTBAM related including the exact moment when the guys decided it was time to construct the upcoming record, his stance on Glass Casket, earliest contributions when first wri…
 
For as long as I've known him, The Death Metal Guy has been threatening to compile the definitive history of an almost-totally-forgotten subgenre -- torture doom. A few months ago, he finally made good on those threats. In this special bonus episode, previously available only to Terminus Prime subscribers, I stand by as sounding-board and student, …
 
S1E110: "Job of Happiness" - Piotr Paweł Wiwczarek (Vader) In this episode, we gather with Piotr Paweł Wiwczarek (Vader) to talk shop about various topics such as being out of his comfort zone when creating music, what he's learned most about the community/culture over the years, and the evolution of this genre as a whole. Our Artists: Conceptual, …
 
S1E109: "Fighting To Get Up Front" - Lee Harrison (Monstrosity/Terrorizer) In this episode, we gather with Lee Harrison (Monstrosity/Terrorizer) to talk shop about various topics such as when he was considered "hooked" on this style of extreme music, taking up a new hobby such as flying planes, and his love for Kiss. Our Artists: Conceptual, Merch …
 
In this feverish, borderline hallucinatory episode of Terminus, your two hosts unleash an enormous and bizarre late night recording session which goes off the rails rapidly through a combination of overwork, sleep deprivation, and alcohol consumption. We started at 10 PM and ended somewhere in the wee hours, reduced to gibbering wrecks in an episod…
 
Long ago on Terminus episode 24 we reviewed a record called "Swaraj: or, "Self Rule"," by Dressed in Streams. Little did we know this would start a long-running relationship with the mastermind behind Colloquial Sound Recordings, Damian Master, whose enthusiastic response to that review culminates in this unusual episode of Terminus. In a first for…
 
S1E108: "Sonic Temple of Melody" - Niclas Engelin (In Flames/Engel/We Sell The Dead) In this episode, we have a chill chat with none other than Niclas Engelin (In Flames/Engel/We Sell The Dead) about a vast amount of topics. Throughout this conversation we magnify guilty pleasure music, the forever-long impact Eddie Van Halen has made on both of us…
 
S1E107: " A Perfect Brainwave" - Dylan Walker (Full of Hell) In this episode, we gather with Dylan Walker (Full of Hell) to get a behind-the-scenes scoop on what exactly goes into preparing and delivering a FOH record. Some additional topics we chat about include having nearly 5 to 6 albums worth of lyrics completed, overestimating the value of hav…
 
It was a dark and stormy night at Terminus HQ- in a literal sense, since this episode was recorded over the course of a couple days when TDMG's power was knocked out mid-recording. Dark forces conspire against us, but we drive ever forward in the name of Sword Boy Summer, now fully upon us. Today's theme? The return of "uncool" styles of metal from…
 
On this sultry Summer edition of Terminus, your hosts spend some time clearing out the email inbox with (mostly) a series of submissions as daring as they are different. A veritable charcuterie board of (mostly) black metal awaits the seasoned listener, from the absurdly dissonant to the majestically folk-inspired, emerging from climes tropical and…
 
As Terminus regenerates for another year of hot-blooded, sword-oriented soliloquies on all things extreme and metallic, we find ourselves once again grinding inexorably towards the heat and fervor of summer. This episode, though, provides an interpretive crossroad for the season: what will 2021's heat produce? Joy, leisure, and extravagance? Or cru…
 
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