Album Discussion Audio Podcast Hard Rock Metal Nu-Metal 

Roach Coach Podcast – Episode 111: Meteora by Linkin Park

This week on the Roach Koach Podcast we decide that the time is right to return to Linkin Park and their sophomore release, Meteora. Topics discussed: the Roach Koach Live show, Rock N Pod Expo 2, The Putney Update, Who’s Tweeting, Helmet feedback, Butt Strut, the Juggalo Hundo, our history with Meteora, a party pit, the impact and weight of Chester’s lyrics, Linkin Park music videos, #mattsmistakes, the Chester/Shinoda interplay, “I could do with less Shinoda”, the “Faint” video, earning Matt’s lighter, Charles Mansion, Linkin Park haters and fans on…

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Rock 

The Ongoing History Of New Music – Hidden Tracks and Sundry

This is a program about the hidden audio that lurks in your music collection. You don’t know about it…you didn’t ask for it…you maybe didn’t even want it…but it’s there…and it needs to be exposed… And it’s more than just hidden songs, too…there’s all kinds of weirdness tucked away—if you know where to look…and when I say “weird”, I mean “super weird”

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Tramps Like Us – Ep.61 Steve Earle & Bruce Springsteen at Camp Copperhead

I recently spent 4 days and nites singing and songwriting with Steve Earle at Camp Copperhead. Hard core. I attended Steve’s master class songwriting retreat the first year of the camp in 2014 and had a fabulous time returning last month. For this episode, I’ve compiled some audio moments and highlights from Camp Copperhead 2018. I spoke with Steve and my fellow copperheads about music, songwriting and of course, Bruce Springsteen. You’ll hear those conversations, some late nite guitar-pull jams, some pertinent moments from Steve’s lectures, and lotsa great music.  Thanks…

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Hard Rock Rock 

Dig Me Out Podcast – #392: Origins – Spoon In The 90s

In the first of a new roundtable series, we’re taking a look back at the 90s origins of Spoon, and how they went from devotees of Frank Black and Robert Pollard, to one of the most consistently interesting and successful bands of the 2000s. Britt Daniel and Jim Eno, the core singer/songwriter/guitarist and drummer/producer of Spoon, have been at it for almost thirty years. In the 2000s, starting with Girls Can Tell, and up to their most recent release Hot Thoughts, the band has managed to expertly toe the line…

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Pure Rock Radio – KING HESH: Friday the 13th (Dee Snider/U.D.O./Doro Pesch)

Get your weekly 80s & early 90s metal fix with King Hesh. Three hours of bitchin’ tunes from the “Era of Hair” dudes!!! This week is a special “Friday The 13th” edition of King Hesh. Which features “Kingdom Of Hesh Premieres” from Dee Snider, U.D.O., and Doro Pesch. Dee Snider’s new single ‘Become The Storm‘ is off his upcoming solo album “For The Love Of Metal” and U.D.O.’s new single ‘One Heart, One Soul‘ is off his forthcoming new album “Steelfactory“. Also a brand new song from German metal queen…

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Rock 

Free Form Rock Podcast – Episode 121- Queen – Queen – With Terrence Reardon

Today we are joined by Terrence Reardon, From the Terrence Reardon and Friends Audio Visual Podcast to Review Queen 1. In this Crossover episode… Terrence, will also tell his side of the story about Andrew Jacobs.. Plus We Play 4 Tracks from this album and 3 tracks of the week 2 From Aerosmith’Taste Of India” And “Train Kept A Rollin” And Pink Floyd Jugband Blues..So sit back and enjoy!!

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Black Metal Death Metal Grindcore Hardcore Instrumental Metal Metalcore Progressive Metal Rock Sludge Stoner Thrash 

The Sideshow Podcast – Episode 354: Into Eternity, Violent Life Violent Death, Vein 2018 Album Reviews + Texas Bandcamp Pick: Lizard Professor

Don’t Call It a Comeback – Part 2: The Comeback This time around, one of these bands is about to release an album 10 years after their last one (a bit more dramatic then the referenced earlier episode).  The same question applies: is it worth it? Well, listen to find out, and make sure you stick around for the new bands! https://thesideshowpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/sideshow-354.m4a  

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Album Discussion Hard Rock Heavy Metal Interview Metal Video Podcast 

The Metal Voice – John Bush Armored Saint Interview-Talks New album, tour, Anthrax Songs

Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Armored Saint Singer John Bush (Ex-Anthrax) about their current Symbol of Savation tour, update on new Armored Saint Album, touring with Anthrax songs and his contributions to the new Metal Allegiance album Cameras by Orlando Moshpit and Cristian

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Hard Rock Heavy Metal Interview Metal Rock 

Pods & Sods Network – Pods & Sods 184 | Our Look At 1988 – part I

Jeff Harris (Behind The Grooves) joins us for an in depth look at the year 1988 in our continuing series of 80s-centric episodes. In this episode, we look at the top ten Billboard singles of the year and follow up with some favorites from the year as honorable mentions. http://traffic.libsyn.com/podsodcast/2018-07-16__PS184.mp3

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Headline Interview Punk Rock 

The Vinyl Guide – Ep129: The Vinyl Guide Live w Keith Morris

Keith Morris of OFF!, Circle Jerks and Black Flag joins us for a special live event at Creme Tangerine Records in Costa Mesa California. Keith shares heaps of stories, memories and takes questions from the live audience. Enjoy! If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related. http://traffic.libsyn.com/vinylguide/Ep129_The_Vinyl_Guide_Live_w_Keith_Morris.mp3

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Power Pop 

The Ongoing History Of New Music – The History of Power Pop

In the beginning—and I’m talking about, say, 1955—it was easy to categorize popular music…there was rock, pop, country and r&b…it was nice and simple…pretty much all mainstream music you heard could be dumped into one of these four buckets… But even back then you could get more granular…you could slice certain genres into thinner slices to include big band, Dixieland, Ska and hillbilly…and jazz…and gospel…and Broadway show music…and I guess we can’t leave out classical, can we?… And as rock’n’roll grew, it fragmented and separated and stratified with each passing…

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Pure Rock Radio – KING HESH: July 4th Rockin’ Patriotic Independence Day

Get your weekly 80s & early 90s metal fix with King Hesh. Three hours of bitchin’ tunes from the “Era of Hair” dudes!!! This week a special July 4th rockin’ Patriotic Independence Day edition of the show. The King breaks out patriotic metal tunes from the “Era Of Hair”, as we celebrate the Fourth Of July. You’ll hear Vinnie Vincent Invasion, Kiss, Judas Priest, Britny Fox, Danger Danger, Def Leppard, Drivin’ N Cryin’, Stryper, Motley Crue, Alice Cooper, Lizzy Borden and much, much more. This will also include a special…

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Pure Rock Radio – Rich Embury’s R3TROGRAD3: Canada Day Rock & Metal Special

To celebrate Canada’s 151st birthday, Rich spun tracks from killer Canadian Rock and Metal bands throughout the show! A great soundtrack to spice up your day. Music from One Bad Son, Kobra And The Lotus, Die Mannequin, The Tragically Hip, Toque, Anvil, Exciter, Headstones, The Tea Party, Kataklysm, Helix, Jeff Healey Band, Michael Kischnick & Philip Leite of Empyria, Monster Truck, Sven Gali, Rush, Juliet Ruin, Cancer Bats, Northern Pikes and a TON more!!! This week’s edition of Rich Embury’s R3TROGRAD3 originally aired LIVE on Pure Rock Radio July 1st, 2018.…

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Album Discussion Emo Video Podcast 

Alternative Press – 10 Unsung Heroes of Emo That You NEED To Know

Bands like Fall Out Boy, Dashboard Confessional and Jimmy Eat World may take well-deserved residency on every proper Emo Spotify playlist, but the genre is full of artists who never got the mass recognition they deserve albeit having helped define, and constantly redefine, Emo. From Armor For Sleep and their ambitious 2005 concept record “What To Do When You Are Dead,” to both of Blair Shehan’s seminal rock outfits, Knapsack and The Jealous Sound, there’s an illustrious history of Emo music that is often overlooked and tragically underrated. This list…

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