On this episode of Metal Hammer of Doom, Jesse Starcher, Mark Radulich and Robert Cooper have a Goatwhore Vengeful Ascension Review.
The guys of Metal Hammer of Doom look at the fourth album, the honorary 10th anniversary album, with their Unleash the Archers Apex Review.
The gang of Mark, Jesse and Ronnie discuss the graphic novel behind the recently released Atomic Blonde, in this The Coldest City Review.
The Metal Hammer of Doom crew look at the fifth album, and first with new drummer Kent Diimmel, with a In This Moment Ritual Review.
Source Material begins All Military, All the Time week for Radulich in Broadcasting. The crew look at Sgt Rock Comics Between Hell and a Hard Place.
It’s two Source Material’s in one week, as Jesse, Mark and Ronnie take a look at Dark Horse Comics Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes Comics.
The Source Material gang of Jesse, Mark and Ronnie finish out Spiderman week, by reviewing Amazing Spiderman Kravens Last Hunt Comics.
Lead by members of Cypress Hill, the band Powerflo has released their first, (also self-titled) album. Mark, Jesse and Coop have the Powerflo Album Review.
On the latest Source Material, Jesse, Mark and Ronnie discuss the recently released DC Comics Looney Tunes Crossover series.
One of the best albums ever created is the subject of this week’s Metal Hammer of Doom. Mark, Jesse and Coop review Transformers the Movie Soundtrack.