Mark, Jesse, and Robert Cooper discuss and review the latest album from Five Finger Death Punch entitled And Justice For None on this Metal Hammer of Doom.
Mark, Robert, and Jesse review the latest album from Norwegian Black Metal band, Dimmu Borgir entitled Eonian on this Metal Hammer of Doom.
The Metal Hammer of Doom crew of Mark, Jesse, and Robert Cooper are back once again reviewing the latest album from Monster Magnet entitled Mindfucker.
The MHOD crew discuss and review the latest from hugely popular Metal band Godsmack. When Legends Rise is the seventh album, but is it their best?
On this episode of Metal Hammer of Doom, the boys take a look at Kamelot The Shadow Theory, the American power metal band’s 12th studio album.
On the latest Metal Hammer of Doom, the crew reviews Metal Kombat for the Mortal Man, Powerglove’s album of cover versions of the best video game music.
Another Babymetal re-broadcast, you say? Consider it done! Metal Hammer of Doom takes a look at the group’s second entry, Metal Resistance.
The boys at Metal Hammer of Doom are at it again. This time, Mark, Jessie, and Robert set their sights on The Sword’s album, Used Future.
You wanted it, you got it. Back by popular demand, the Metal Hammer of Doom crew re-broadcasts one of their most popular shows, when they reviewed the self-titled Babymetal Album.
Judas Priest Firepower, the first studio album from the band since 1988, is the latest up for Mark, Jesse, and Coop to review and discuss on Metal Hammer of Doom.