Unearth Frontman Trevor Phipps on The MetalSucks Podcast #263
Trevor Phipps of Unearth is our guest. We discuss the message behind the band’s new album Extinction(s), how the American political puts a strain on relationships with friends and family these days, his tips on how to best consume the news, the modern presentation of opinions as facts, which band from the New Wave of American Heavy Metal he was surprised called it quits, his thoughts climate change, and his favorite beer bong memory with Oderus Urungus of Gwar.
Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn have a field day explaining David Gunn’s statement on the new King 810 record, Tom Araya’s conservative-leaning post, Axl Rose telling people how to vote, and Pitchfork’s brutal review of the new Greta Van Fleet album.
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Unearth – “Incinerate”
Unearth – “Survivalist”
Stellar Circuits – “Nocturnal Visitor”