It started, as many things do, with the spark of an idea. It was one worthy of lengthy, serious consideration and prolonged investigation -- an idea, simply put, that resonates in all our hearts and remained unspoken until an auspicious day when:

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Actually, we decided early on in 2020 that we could do more with our Twitter account than just post links to stuff -- we could, perhaps, expose the goofy and absurd sides of ourselves that don't always fit into album reviews and song premieres, but nonetheless demand to be expressed. To that end, a collective of our writers share the reins on Twitter these days, posting thought-provoking questions, musings on riff-nature and riff-philosophy, high insights into our fast food orders, scenes of Spiderman being eviscerated by Xenomorph, and so much more.

So, in this episode, Andrew Rothmund, Joe Aprill and Langdon Hickman got together to talk about the change in strategy, humor's role in metal coverage, and thoughts on comedy in general. Check it out now:

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We leave you with an important thesis on the quality of metal and its subgenres:

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