Metal as Medicine
Summary: A Kelowna-based podcast about all things metal!A couple of friends who get together to discuss what we've been listening to lately and new releases in the metal world. We'll discuss the local scene in the Okanagan and British Columbia and global scenes around the world. Our range of metal has no limits. The search for new music is an endless journey. Once in a while local bands and fellow metalheads will drop by to talk the metal scene and culture with us. Join us while we explore metal one band at a time.
At Armstrong Metalfest we meet up with Conniver, Nomad and Apollyon for some live experience shenanigans.
Living Machines and Ugly drummer Quinn McGraw joins us to discuss a variety of topics including the Okanagan music scene and venue crisis we currently face.
The founders of Armstrong Metalfest talk about the history of the festival as well as a rundown of this year's bill.
Cultist and Euthanized join Metal as Medicine to discuss their upcoming split EP.
Detherous is here to discuss their upcoming album Hacked to Death coming out August 16th.
Danko Jones joins us in this episode to discuss the rise and fall of rock, the evolution of the scene in general and where rock and metal meet.
Svneatr (Black metal from Vancouver, BC) drops in to discuss reforming the band, musical influences and progress on their follow up album to The Howl, The Whisper, The Hunt.
The members of Odinfist sit down with Erik to discuss the concept and story behind their fifth full-length album Let the Gods Decide.
A little Rammstein controversy, a few new albums by Danko Jones and Amon Amarth as well as discussing ninja/samurai metal. Just a normal day in metal!
In our longest episode yet the local black/war metal band Nihilistic Death Cult joins us to discuss shitty production, church burnings and other topics related to the infamous genre. What does it mean to be nihilistic and how is it related to...
Chris "the Heathen" Valagao of West of Hell joins us in this episode to chat the new album, touring, filming videos atop a bus and Zimmer's Hole.
WMD (When Minds Develop) sit down for an interview before their show at Muninn's Post in Kelowna on Good Friday.
Erik sits with Dead Asylum to interview before kicking off their Back to Western Canada tour in Kelowna.
Would you get bored listening to a band an entire road trip and then watch them perform live? Even if it was Slayer?
Erik gives his thoughts and opinions on Wacken Battle of the Bands round 3 then road trips to Kamloops to meet up with Taylor Pottle and Justin Bentley and watch Wolfheart, Dead Asylum and Shatterless.