Archive for the ‘Rube’s Metal Review’ Category

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So it’s been awhile since we’ve heard from the heavy metal newbie S. Douglas Miller, but he’s finally resurfaced and is poised to piss some people off.  S. Douglas has been challenged by some albums he was asked to review, but nothing like today’s review.  Let’s see what S. Douglas has to say about Pallbearer’s Foundations of Burden.

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In this semi-regular column the metal noob was tasked with reviewing the kings of viking metal, Amon Amarth’s With Oden on Our Side.  Take it away Mr. Miller.

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It’s that time once again.  Where we task the metal noob with reviewing a classic metal album and see what it sounds like through a neophyte’s ears.  Take it away S. Douglas.

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This week I charged our young metal noob with his most difficult review yet: Mayhem’s De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas.  Take it away S. Douglas….

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This week I assigned the Rube a different assignment than usual: attend a death metal show with me.  I pleased to announce that S. Douglas is still alive and has a new respect for metal.  Here is the exercise in his own words.

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Welcome to this week’s edition of S. Douglas Miller’s Rube’s Metal Review.  This week, Miller reviews a more current album, Agalloch’s Marrow of the Spirit.  Take it away S. Douglas.

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It’s that time again, well a couple of days late, for S. Douglas Miller’s metal review.  This week’s title:  Motorhead’s Ace of Spades.  Miller has even updated his Metalverse illustration with some comical titled metal genres.  Now, on with the show.

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Welcome back to Rube’s Metal Review with our heavy metal noob, S. Douglas Miller.  This week’s review is for At the Gates Slaughter of the Soul.  Take it away S.Douglas.  This week we even get a word cloud.

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Welcome (or welcome back) to Rube’s Metal Review, a guest post in which I, an ignorant lamb, sacrifice myself at the altar of metal.  This week’s assignment:  Emperor’s In the Nightside Eclipse.

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This week S. Douglas was tasked with reviewing Mercyful Fate’s Don’t Break the Oath.  While S. Douglas may not be a metal fan, yet!, he has an interesting outlook and knows his way around theory and the like.  So, with that, let’s see what the Rube has to say.

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