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The Metal Hammer Podcast

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Exclusive interviews, the essential album reviews and the biggest issues affecting metal courtesy of Team Hammer and guests


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Latest Episodes

We're feeling nostalgic on this week's show, so we thought we'd take a trip back twenty whole years to 2002! Merl and Steve discuss what was a unique and rather transitional year for heavy music - nu metal had peaked, the metalcore and emo explosions... more

4 months ago

And the big releases keep coming! Merl and Steve sift through some absolute bangers this week as we discuss whether the new Zeal & Ardor album has brought Manuel Gagneux's vision to new heights, whether Cult Of Luna's The Long Road North is up to the... more

5 months ago

It's the first of what we can safely assume is going to be a large number of absolutely stacked review round-ups for 2022! Merl and Steve get stuck into new Korn album Requiem and discuss why sometimes less is more (and why, all these years later, no... more

5 months ago


4.5 out of 5 stars from 128 ratings
  • Great podcast, especially recent format change

    Great presenters with obvious chemistry - manages to have a revolving cast of contributors without compromising on identity. Recent format shift away from the straight ahead news, then questions format has been managed really well and made for a much more interesting podcast. Reviews roundups and deeper dives are particularly well done, and the hall of fame is a fantastic dive into one band. Great complement to the magazine.

    Apple Podcasts
    Alasdhair MhicMhaolain
    United Kingdom10 months ago
  • Architects version of "change in the house of flies" is better than the original.

    Iain Frame
    a year ago
  • Congratulations

    Ryan has left “TNM”, so congratulations El, you are now the worst podcaster in metal ! . more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma year ago
  • It's hard to find a good metal podcast that isn't a couple of abrasive American guys who make misogynistic jokes (not calling anyone in particular out here, it's just a recurring theme). This one's excellent, with enthusiastic, knowledgeable hosts. It's an excellent companion to the magazine, which I also love.

    Kate Shaw
    a year ago
  • what was said about the bands on the sunset strip was disrespectful and I am offended. I was a guitar tech and strange tech for bands on the sunset strip between '85 and '92..there were amazing musicians around. that was insulting and I am no longer listening to podcasts or subscribing to magazine. listen closely to what was said.

    M Morr
    2 years ago

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