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MSRcast 157: Accept The Metal!

Welcome to episode 157 of MSRcast. As we have reached our tenth year of the podcast, and changes have definitely occurred over the years; it was time to take it to a new level. We hope you enjoy the format change, as we have more discussions about metal, and play some killer music as well! Give us your opinion at msrcast@gmail.com! We look forward to bringing you many more years of metal, and as always, keep it metal!

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Playlist:

Hammerfall – Hector’s Hymn – (R)Evolution

Accept – Dark Side Of My Heart – Blind Rage

Vintersorg – Rymdens Brinnande öar – Naturbål

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Dragonforce – No More – Maximum Overload

Pay a visit to www.themetalpigeon.com to read some great insights on the state of metal from our brand new cohost, the metal pigeon himself.

The official MSRcast website is live! Visit us at msrcast.com or www.metalgeeks.net for all of your MSRcast needs, including archives of podcasts, interviews, reviews, and lots  more. Remember to contact us at msrcast@gmail.com, and follow us over on twitter, @msrcast and @themetalpigeon. Come and join Cary G. and Sean (the Metal Pigeon) over on Facebook, and while you are there, like our facebook fan page to keep up! Come find us over on Instagram, @msrcast. If you like the show, let others know about it by tweeting about it, talking about it, and subscribing in itunes and leaving a comment! Enjoy, and keep it metal!

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