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Full Metal Hipster – Feminist Metal Is For Everyone With Alicia Warrington Of DOHRN

Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get a new episode of Full Metal Hipster completed this week, so I dove into the pre-Metal Injection archive of episodes for something from last year many of you likely haven't heard yet. Happy listening!

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Welcome back my lovelies! This is episode 15 of Full Metal Hipster. With this episode I'll cross the 1,000 download mark, and I want to thank everyone who helped me reach this milestone. Thank you for listening to one episode or every episode. Thank you for sharing this podcast on social media. A super big thank you to anyone who's come on the podcast to chat. I hope I've been able to expose all of you to new music you wouldn't know otherwise. That's always been my purpose in doing this. On this episode I'm focusing on women in heavy metal culture. I've got music from some amazing underground bands and I speak to Alicia Warrington, a drummer who's worked with Kelly Osborne, Miley Cyrus, and Kate Nash. She's a lifetime metalhead who's preparing to release her debut death metal EP under the moniker DOHRN. Enjoy!

If you’re an iTunes user, don’t forget to subscribe to Full Metal Hipster, and leave me some good reviews/5 star ratings for God’s sake! If you’re not an Apple fanboy, you can stream or download each episode from my website FullMetalHipster.com, my Stitcher page, or on the podcast host site.

I’m on Twitter at @MetalShayne2000 and Facebook, too, ya bums!

For always and forever, the demo was better!

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Episode Playlist:

King Woman (Bandcamp) – "King of Swords"

Church (Bandcamp) – "Stargazer"

Castrator (Bandcamp) – "The Emasculator"

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DOHRN (Bandcamp) – "Levels of Hate" & "Becoming the Disease"

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