Hunter says goodbye to 2013 in the only way he knows how....by making a mix of music that no one likes but him. Auld Lang Syne, bitches!
1. Clutch – ‘Earth Rocker’ (Weathermaker) – Producer: Machine
For the follow-up to 2009’s ‘Strange Cousins From The West,’ Clutch took a step back into their heavier, more concise past with great results. All the groove is still there, the sound is at least as clean and organic as ever, and you will inevitably find your rump shaking while your head’s banging.
2. Red Fang – ‘Whales and Leeches’ (Relapse) –...
Jibbies & Loond got together earlier this month to talk about their favorite heavy records of 2013 in podcast form. Here we present their combined Top 10 of the year, merging the two lists into one and giving you a handy guide as to how to make your New Year’s Eve both very heavy and very happy. Heavy rock, thrash metal, post-metal, death metal, and more; it’s all here, so find what you like and dig in!
1. Clutch – ‘Earth Rocker’ (Weathermaker)
2013. Written. Read. Ranked.
Just in time for last-minute stocking stuffing for the metalhead in your life (Don’t have one? Too bad for you.), Jibbies & Loond present their Top 13 Metal Albums of 2013. The duo overlap twice (Carcass, Clutch), but have a lot of fun reminding each other of some the truly great music that came out under the heavy flag this year. Keeping with the generally positive vibe of the show, J&L stick to what was good until the very end, when Jibbies can no longer contain his wrath for one very-hyped, very shitty piece of music. Enjoy the ‘cast, and let us know what we should’ve included but didn’t.
Horns Up! – J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Clutch – ‘Earth Rocker’ (full album)
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