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The Thrash Hits Podcast 017: Airwaves, Damnation, Download, and the death of Mitch Lucker.

November 6th, 2012

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This week, Raz and Hugh discuss their respective recent festival activites at Iceland Airwaves and Damnation Festival in Leeds, break down the latest clutch of bands announced for Download Festival 2012 (except A Day To Remember, who got announced on Scuzz just after the first run of new band announcements), and look back on the life of Mitch Lucker from Suicide Silence following his death last week.

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The Thrash Hits Podcast 017: Airwaves, Damnation, Download, and the death of Mitch Lucker.

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Future Hits 098: Endless Dark

October 10th, 2011

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Endless Dark
From: Ólafsvík, Iceland
Lazy Equation: (Bring Me The Horizon + Enter Shikari) x #ICELANDICM0SH
URL: Facebook // Twitter

Thrash Hits Verdict:
You might think that all Icelandic music “sounds like a glacier” or that it’s kooky and weird à la Björk and Sigur Rós but they also do crabcore pretty well as well. Endless Dark are young but they’ve already played Sonisphere Festival in 2010 so they might even play the UK again. Who knows, but we saw them at Iceland Airwaves 2010 and thought they were one of the most polished Icelandic rock bands we’ve seen for a while. We’re about to see them again at the same event and they’ll more than likely bring the flat-brimmed New Era mosh all over again.

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Iceland Airwaves 2010: Day 3 and it got well metal

October 16th, 2010

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The best thing for you to know is that we stopped looking at our watch at 5am but definitely went to sleep at some point between then and when we woke up at 9am. Four Rennies and a bag of croissants later and it’s definitely time to discuss the disgustingly metal evening of metal we had last night.

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