Metal as Medicine
Summary: A Kelowna-based podcast about all things metal!A couple of friends who get together to discuss what we've been listening to lately and new releases in the metal world. We'll discuss the local scene in the Okanagan and British Columbia and global scenes around the world. Our range of metal has no limits. The search for new music is an endless journey. Once in a while local bands and fellow metalheads will drop by to talk the metal scene and culture with us. Join us while we explore metal one band at a time.
ArkenFire gives us a studio update on their recordings of the first full length album!
Album of the year episode! Join us while we discuss what ablums made our list and why.
Planetkiller joins Metal as Medicine to discuss their debut EP and first live gig.
Christopher Bowes discusses the Alestorm Canadian tour and we discuss the recent concert held in Kelowna, BC
In our first ever Exploring the Band episode we journey through the history of Alestorm! The "pirate metal" band to end all... pirate metal bands? From their demo days to No Grave But the Sea we go through the history of the band in detail with rare pho...
We discuss new albums by Korn, As I Lay Dying, Angelmaker and Orchestry
Illyrian stopped by Kelowna on September 19th and took the time to sit down with us and discuss their new album and short tour of BC they had just begun.
Progressive power/melodeath metallers Apprentice joins us to discuss their debut album The Strength of Mortality and what they've been working on for future releases.
In celebration of Tool releasing a new album we must go ahead and review it along with releases by Apprentice and Greyhawk.
New releases from Illyrian and Slipknot give us some deep discussion on thrash and a band that no one can decide one way or another if they are really metal.
Truent's Spencer McIntosh and Nic Landry join us in Kelowna to converse about their Western Canada tour, the inner workings of the band, dank memes and what the future holds of Truent!
A dual podcast with Orator and Dominus Nox. One blackened death metal the other tech death, touring together and covering lots of topics in this podcast episode
Hailing from Winnipeg the tech death band Anomalism sits down to discuss the band, their debut EP Parasitic Spawn and what it is like to be on the road touring for the first time.
Centuries of Decay, winners of last year's Wacken Battle of the Bands Canada, join us during their stop in Kelowna.
During the recording of day 2 we are joined by Thomas Cardone of Sentinels, Widow's Peak, Greggins Greg of Myopia Condition and fellow metalheads in round two of capturing the atmosphere and essence of Armstrong Metalfest.