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Screaming Bloody Oranges: The Invisible Oranges Podcast
The metal podcast by Invisible Oranges, the metal blog. Features a rotating selection of hosts that go in-depth on heavy metal music, culture, and art.
May 12, 2021
Episode 16: A Year Without Live Music
Live shows are on their way back, in some way or another, but it's been a long time since they left. Joe April, Langdon Hickman, Brandon Corsair, and Ted Nubel talk about the bumpy road back, our experiences during the pandemic, our thoughts on livestreams, and more.
1 hr 4 min
Apr 26, 2021
Episode 15: An Interview with Babybeard
Editors Jon Rosenthal and Ted Nubel sat down to talk with Japanese pop-metal group Babybeard, the newest project from the charismatic Ladybeard (Deadlift Lolita, Ladybaby), discussing the group's upcoming singles, how COVID-era Japan is handling live music, and the unusual/polarizing appeal of "kawaii metal". Not an ordinary episode, to be sure, but a fun one! Babybeard can be found on Twitter (along with Ladybeard, Kotomi, and Suzu), Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok.
Apr 6, 2021
Episode 14: Decibel's Albert Mudrian Reflects On 200 Issues of Monthly Metal
Writers Jon Rosenthal, Langdon Hickman, and Joe Aprill talked to Decibel editor-in-chief Albert Mudrian about the upcoming 200th issue (in June 2021) and the livestream event (set for April 30th) to commemorate it, also looking back at the magazine's past and some notable moments.
1 hr 19 min
Mar 19, 2021
Bonus Episode 1: Estuarine on the Life Metallic, an Interview in the Independent Scene
Andrew Rothmund talks to death/grind/experimental act Estuarine's mastermind, Hydrus, about being an independent musician in 2021, as well as his new EP "Nyarlathotep."
Mar 15, 2021
Episode 13: Remembering L-G Petrov and Entombed's Legacy
Writers Joe Aprill, Langdon Hickman, Ted Nubel, and Brandon Corsair (who makes his podcast debut on this episode!) assembled over the weekend to talk about monumental Entombed frontman Lars Göran Petrov, who passed away earlier in March. We discuss his work, plus how Entombed impacted death metal.
1 hr 11 min
Mar 1, 2021
Episode 12: Interview with Thomas Eriksen of Mork
Joe Aprill sits down for a one-on-one conversation with Mork's Thomas Eriksen, talking about the band's upcoming album "Katedralen," the band's history, Thomas's podcast, and much more.
1 hr 4 min
Feb 17, 2021
Episode 11: Discussing Metal Subgenres Calmly, Rationally, and Reasonably
Writers Jon Rosenthal, Andrew Rothmund, Langdon Hickman, Joe Aprill, and Ted Nubel discuss heavy metal subgenres, ranging from how post-black metal is a weird term, why people call Bolt Thrower "war metal," and what really defines a sub genre. Frankly, there was a lot less yelling than we expected -- sorry to disappoint.
Feb 3, 2021
Episode 10: Heavy Metal Drummers
Andrew Rothmund, Joe Aprill, Langdon Hickman, and Ted Nubel talk about heavy metal drummers -- discussing what makes the greats so amazing and some notable highlights of the scene that left lasting imprints on us.
1 hr 2 min
Jan 20, 2021
Episode 9: Discussing Album Art + A Metallica Deep-Dive
Writers Andrew Rothmund, Langdon Hickman, Joe Aprill, and Ted Nubel talk about how album art shapes our experience with music and the different approaches taken by various forms of metal. Then, we dive into a discussion on Metallica -- past, present, and future.
1 hr 19 min
Jan 1, 2021
Episode 8: Looking Forward to 2021
Writers Andrew Rothmund, Joe Aprill, Langdon Hickman, and Ted Nubel discuss upcoming 2021 releases and events they're looking forward to.
1 hr 1 min
Dec 14, 2020
Episode 7: Discussing The Best Albums of 2020
As the year ends, so do the year-end lists begin. Writers Andrew Rothmund, Joe Aprill, and Langdon Hickman discuss the year's unique circumstances and go through a few of their front-runners -- including Sweven, Cirith Ungol, and more.
1 hr 19 min
Dec 1, 2020
Episode 6: Year-End Reflection - Revamping the Invisible Oranges Twitter
In 2020, we made a change to how we used our Twitter platform -- namely, instead of just linking to content, we started engaging with listeners, both through humor and increased interaction. Andrew Rothmund, Joe Aprill, and Langdon Hickman discuss the changes and the impetus for them, plus general reflections on comedy to kick things off. P.S.: Follow us at @invisoranges on Twitter!
1 hr 5 min
Nov 16, 2020
Episode 5: Ripped to Shreds' Andrew Lee on Everything Death Metal
Writers Andrew Rothmund, Jon Rosenthal, and Langdon Hickman speak with Andrew Lee, mastermind of death metal act Ripped to Shreds, anime goregrind project Houkago Grind Time, and much more about all things death metal: from the modern impact of local scenes to whether or not Opeth is good.
1 hr 15 min
Oct 26, 2020
Episode 4: Judas Priest Deep Dive
Writers Joe Aprill and Langdon Hickman discuss all things Judas Priest: the early records, the revolutionary Painkiller (which turned 30 this year), and the band's recent work.
1 hr 11 min
Oct 16, 2020
Episode 3: Remembering Power Trip's Riley Gale & The Merit of Album Reviews
Invisible Oranges writers Andrew Rothmund, Langdon Hickman, and Joe Aprill reflect on Power Trip frontman Riley Gale's passing, then discuss album reviews -- who reads them, and are they worthwhile?
Oct 4, 2020
Episode 2: Metal in the Time of Coronavirus & Favorite 2020 Albums So Far
Writers Andrew Rothmund, Joe Aprill, and Ted Nubel commiserate on being heavy metal fans in a global lockdown and discuss their favorite albums of 2020 so far, including Cirith Ungol - Forever Black, Huntsmen - Mandala of Fear, and more.
1 hr 3 min
Sep 18, 2020
Episode 1: Getting into Metal, Classic Documentaries & Interview with Scott Carlson (Repulsion)
Invisible Oranges writers Andrew Rothmund, Langdon Hickman, and Joe Aprill discuss their heavy metal "origin stories," then talk about seminal documentaries that changed the way they understand heavy metal. This double-length episode also features an interview with Scott Carlson, founding member of Repulsion with a host of other credits to his name.
2 hr 36 min