DMU Podcast 1: At the Gates and The Unlikely Mexican Heirs

Join us on the inaugural DMU Podcast where we go through the influence that The Red in the Sky Is Ours had on the Mexican Death metal scene and how it spawned two albums that sought to recreate its grandeur. The Chasm Deathcult for Eternity: The Triumph! and Cenotaph Riding Our Black Oceans

note: here is the fixed version

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14 thoughts on “DMU Podcast 1: At the Gates and The Unlikely Mexican Heirs”

  1. Great listen. Looking forward to more. Seemed a bit quiet, though.

    1. Technical issue that will be sorted out for the next edition.

    2. Flying Kites says:

      Fuck yeah, it’s quiet. I hear absolutely nothing of dialogue, at all, with what cheap gear I use for headphones, but the music comes out faintly.

        1. Flying Kites says:

          My one set of headphones doesn’t pick up the sound at all. Weird channels maybe?

        2. Flying Kites says:

          I gotta add, that with my other set, all the volume channels at full volume seem to have fit the music to play at just a tolerable level without blowing out the phones. So, whatever, crappy hardware issue.

          1. I made a mistake with some recording choices and when it rendered the podcast the sound levels were pushed too low

  2. Vatha says:

    Cool topic but yeah I’m hoping you’ll get a better mic and adjust the levels of the voiceover and samples so I don’t have to dive for the volume control each time a song clip is queued. Not sure what you use, but Reaper is a free, excellent software.

    1. Vatha says:

      Also the biggest problem with The Chasm and Cenotaph is that they cant tune their dogdamn guitars lol

  3. Sepulchral Voice says:

    Unlistenable. Please fix your equipment and try again.

  4. Steve says:

    RSS feed on the cards?

    1. Theguy says:

      You can get RSS feeds of SoundCloud from here: http://getrssfeed.com/

  5. Gautham Khandige says:

    Really cool topic. Hope the tech issues get sorted for the next edition.

  6. Finnish death metal was the pinnacle of death metal says:

    Good!!!! Those two are amazing death metal bands. Sometimes I wish Flesh Rask’s “Perpetual Dawn” had inspired maybe 2 or 3 similar albums. There’s something that album had that no other did.

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