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Perturbator (aka James Kent) on The MetalSucks Podcast #390

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Perturbator mastermind James Kent is back on the show! We discuss his first new album in five years, Lustful Sacraments, why it took him so long to complete the record, the heavy influence of goth music this time around, why he feels it’s important to tour less than he did in the past, and the 10 year anniversary of Perturbator. He also tells us about opening for John Carpenter, his plans for his own newly launched record label, his favorite French metal band, and how he feels about French cinema in comparison to the rest of the world’s art.

Petar, Brandon, and Sylvia discuss Vince Neil’s awful performance at his first post-pandemic show, their joy that Jason Newsted is not joining Megadeth, whether Ozzy Osbourne should have accepted Weezer’s song “Hash Pipe” when it was offered to him, and our thoughts on Bad Wolves’ new singer Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz (ex-The Acacia Strain).

Thank you to our sponsors, Metal Blade Records and Suomi Veikkaus, for their continued support!

Songs: Perturbator – “Death of the Soul” and “Dethroned Under a Funeral Haze,” Stormruler – “Reign of The Winged Duke”

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