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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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As though driven by an unearthly wind, Terminus' music pendulum is buffeted far to the opposite side of the last couple episodes with an evening of (mostly) pure death metal- generally oldschool, but portrayed in radically contrasting ways. We open with a peek at the debut EP by Licentious, announcing the return of Rob Fornicator (Fornicator, Whore…
 
S1E128: "Rochester Love, Friendship, and Pride" - Tom Alberti (White Tides) In this episode, we meet face to face with a good friend of mine, Tom Alberti (White Tides) to talk about the very beginning of his band White Tides. Along the way, we also chat about overcoming the various amount of bumps in the road, their ambitions for the future, and st…
 
S1E127: "Unpacking the Modern Day" - Remy Veselis (Death Bells) In this episode, we gather with Remy Veselis (Death Bells) to talk about his travel across the world to make music his primary purpose in life. Along the way, we also chat about our attractiveness to the unknown regarding art, gatekeeping, and an object that represents his 20s. Our Art…
 
Terminus proudly returns from the prior week's collection of difficult black metal records with a new batch of, uh, difficult black metal records. Don't click the X, these ones are different! We're on a tear covering heady, structurally convoluted records these days, but perhaps today's works bring us a little closer to the Terminus center. First o…
 
We're a little late with this one, but for a good reason: there's a new bonus episode out! If you want to hear us talk about Cranium and Immortal for a while, all it takes is your credit card number (give it to us now.) But before you do that, check out this episode which features a pair of challenging black(?) metal records for the weird and dedic…
 
Much to the shock and chagrin on our audience, the stars have aligned here on Terminus to provide an episode of nearly exclusively death metal! Melodies? NO. Keyboards? NO. Satan? KIND OF BUT IT'S COMPLICATED. Before we get into the gruesome and guttural though, we have a small concession for the skinnier and more artistic listeners: that of the de…
 
We did it, folks- we've circumnavigated extreme metal itself. On the 94th installment of the only podcast that matters we return to a band featured in our very first episode. Please do not go back and listen- those were dark days- but aside from this exception, we have an episode of... primitive death metal? Today's intro review comes courtesy of O…
 
The stars have aligned and the entrails have been read to provide a rare treat in the Terminus catalog- a themed episode! Out of either sheer happenstance or perhaps a dark conspiracy, several big hitters of the Portuguese black metal scene have all released new records, and what would Terminus be if we didn't cover them? The intro mini-review this…
 
We're a little late on this one- had to go to some crucial chakra alignment workshops- but we're back with a lean and mean episode featuring two records from completely opposite sides of our musical map. The split here is about as TBMG and TDMG as you can get- choose your side wisely, mortals. First up is the triumphant return of Tenhornedbeast, a …
 
IT'S HAPPENING! OH MY GOD IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING! Yeah, yeah, of course we were gonna cover it. But beyond the most obvious part of this show is a pair of excellent, highly melodic records which are equally worthy of your time. Case in point: the sophomore record of Thos Ælla, whose debut we covered on the show last year. The new record shows a sup…
 
Are you tired of Terminus selling out? Reviewing records people have actually heard of, praising songs with melodies and good production? We're back to take it to the demo days with three forceful squirts of deliberately maddening and inscrutable noise. Well, maybe just 2- in a bizarre role reversal, it's The Death Metal Guy who has provided the re…
 
Spring has sprung! Flowers are chirping and birds are blooming and your intrepid hosts are back from the Spring Fling in full force. What better way to celebrate the rebirth of nature than with tales of cryptic occultism and destructive bronze age warfare? But before we get to that, let's revisit something almost nice and appropriate for the season…
 
Today's Terminus is recorded remoter-than-usual with TBMG broadcasting from Parts Unknown. What mysteries could this new setting reveal? Well, mostly traffic and pet sounds (but not the cool Beach boys kind.) Still, it's a fun episode with three records that encompass a wide swath of sounds and styles. First up is the return of Father Befouled, a T…
 
S1E126: "Scooped Guitars and Rats" - Greg Wilkinson (Earhammer Studios/Autopsy/Brainoil) In this episode, we gather with Greg Wilkinson (Earhammer Studios/Autopsy/Brainoil) to nerd out on all things audio and effects related. Throughout this episode we also talk about the impact Autopsy has had on him and drum programming. Our Artists: Podcast Fram…
 
Tonight's episode of Terminus is another lean, cold, efficient one, but for good reason- this is the first half of a double-header recording session, the second being a long-awaited new episode of Terminus Prime! On the new bonus show, we cover Absu's Tara and Bilskirnir's Wotansvolk, but you can't hear it unless you send me the 16 digits on the fr…
 
In the wake of last week's giant, sprawling episode, we come back with something a little more concise but no less varied. Today's mini-review comes courtesy of Mitternacht, whose debut demo channels the originary essence of Darkthrone with a spike of primitive, ripping thrash- but blackthrash this is not! It's a brief record, but one with a lot of…
 
As Terminus trundles its massive bulk toward something resembling a conventional schedule again, we present an oldschool episode with a bunch of records, a bunch of different sounds, and a lot of confused late-night cackling regarding goats and the docking thereof. The opening ceremonies today are conducted by one Paimon Gate, a brand new project w…
 
It's been a bit longer than usual since the last episode with both hosts heading out of town for various IRL commitments, but what better way to celebrate the return than with an episode full of friends of the show? We open with last year's EP by Galicia, submitted by a patron of the show* who just so happens to like all the same things we like: Ax…
 
As life on Earth once again reaffirms that we are in the Kali Yuga, Terminus lingers on to observe and record the trajectory of the downfall. Our intro segment tonight is a double-header of great records that couldn't be further apart. TBMG brings on the new demo by Serpent Dweller, which shows the young band consolidating and improving their sound…
 
Hey guys, great to be back with my best buddy The Black Metal Guy! Everything was totally fine while he was sick and there was absolutely no hideous comeuppance for my transgressions while he was gone!Getting back into the swing of things we do a mini-review of the new Perkwunos record which fuses Hate Forest with 2nd wave concepts of riffing and f…
 
IVE DONE IT, IVE BROKEN FREE OF THE BLACK METAL GUYS PRISON AND I CAN DO WHATEVER I WANT NOW, THERES NOTHING STOPPING ME, TERMINUS IS NOW THE MOST POWERFUL SLAMMING GOREGRIND PODCAST ON THE INTERNET AND IM MORE POWERFUL THAN ANY COP TBMG IS GONE SO ME AND HYPER SHAMAN LISTEN TO A BUNCH OF SICK ALBUMS ABOUT KILLING AND EATING PEOPLE, MY HAND TO GOD …
 
One of our great dreams here at the Terminus Bunker is that one day people will say we jumped the shark, and only the old demo material is still worthwhile. In eager anticipation of our critical demise, we present an episode that would fit back in 2020, with several obscure, mostly independently released records that play around the edges of disres…
 
Lusted for as much as it is feared, Terminus pushes a bony hand up from the frigid soil to return with a storm of blast beats and autism. A chill wind envelopes the soul- how will the masters of extreme metal critique announce their return? With a bunch of nerdy Finnish stuff, of course!First on the plate is the new split between Serpent Noir and S…
 
S1E127: "How Iconic A Piece Of Art Can Become" - Dave Rucki (Sentinels) In this episode, we gather with Dave Rucki (Sentinels) to talk all things about his band including the importance of having eye-catching album artwork, our shared love for the band Slipknot, and the learning curves he's had with launching his podcast. Our Artists: Podcast Frame…
 
S1E125: "Noose" - Heljarmadr (Dark Funeral/Grá) In this episode, we gather with Heljarmadr (Dark Funeral/Grá) to talk about all things Dark Funeral. Throughout this conversation, we discuss the major impact this project has had on his everyday life, the struggles of playing guitar and vocals at once in a live setting, and the process of releasing t…
 
S1E124: "Monster Voices and Demons" - Chaney Crabb (Entheos) In this episode, we cover all things Entheos with Chaney Crabb in regards to her first ever experience with Dying Fetus, using dot drawings as a form of meditation and her thoughts on writing a book about her experiences on the road as a touring musician. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and T…
 
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 …
 
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