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Radioactive Metal – Episode 502: The Big Rossman

Bruce who? Ross The Boss, the man, the myth, the legend, has played key roles in the development of two of our beloved genres. First, his band THE DICTATORS were a standard of 70s punk. Then, the NY veteran switched gears in the 80s and entered the world of heavy metal by forming the mighty MANOWAR!! Despite these accolades, the Big Bossman has now spent the majority of his musical endeavours as just plain old Ross The Boss. With his latest solo record (By Blood Sworn) just hitting the racks, it’s time for…

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The Classic Metal Show – Interview With BulletBoys Marq Torien 2018

Interview with BulletBoys vocalist Marq Torien. Torien called in to talk about the new album FROM OUT OF THE SKIES. He talked about the new release, as well as recording at Dave Grohl’s studio, working with Jesse Hughes of the Eagles of Death Metal, The Bataclan terrorist attack, and we played a game of “Proud Of It or “Regret It”. Listen to “Interview with BulletBoys Marq Torien 2018” on Spreaker. Catch THE CLASSIC METAL SHOW on Saturdays from 9pm to 3am EST at Website Facebook Twitter Podcast Live Chat…

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Decibel Geek Podcast – Vinnie Vincent Reflects on Invasion Debut – Albums Unleashed ep318

In an interview seven years in the making, Vinnie Vincent joins us this week.  Undoubtedly one of the most intense rock records ever made, Vinnie Vincent Invasion was a natural topic choice. Our Albums Unleashed criteria is simple; discuss the making of an album we love with a key player in its creation. The debut album by Vinnie Vincent Invasion is an over-the-top, face-melting masterpiece. Vinnie is incredibly candid in this long-form discussion. After thirty-plus years of others sharing their story on this album, it’s namesake goes on on the…

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Pop! A Pop Culture Podcast – #26 Prince-Duane Tudahl

“POP!” takes a look at Prince with author Duane Tudahl. His book “Prince and the Purple Rain Era Studio Sessions: 1983 and 1984” takes you behind the scenes with a fly-on-the-wall account of some of Prince’s most important and productive years in the studio and takes you into the center of those creative years with interviews from people and band mates that were there. “POP!” highest rating. If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file here

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Pods & Sods Network – Lisa Coleman Of The Revolution Picks The Essential Prince

Lisa Coleman of The Revolution shares her 10 Essential Prince songs. Keyboardist Lisa Coleman also shares memories of the songs chosen, first hearing Prince’s music, her parents reaction to the sexual nature of Prince’s work, connecting with Prince as a fellow pianist, thoughts and memories of the unreleased song Lisa and what was unique about their relationship, Prince’s growth as a poetic lyricist, the power of Prince’s puppy dog eyes, “scoring” Prince onstage, memories of her brother connecting with Prince, stories of Prince, Wendy, and Lisa meeting, hanging out, and jamming…

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Muses And Stuff Podcast – EP 69: Christian Swain of Rock N Roll Archaeology

This week Chanty and Lynx chat with Christian Swain, founder and host producer over at Rock N Roll Archaeology! We first met when both of our shows were featured on the Elvis episode of the CBC Podcast Playlist. What is Rock N Roll Archaeology? They’re a group (a symphony!) of podcasts all about rock n roll “digging into music, culture and technology”. Some of their shows include Rock N Roll Archaeology, Reel Rock, Vinyl Snob and Rock N Roll Librarian. Before we get into each of the shows and how…

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Pods & Sods Network – BrownMark Of The Revolution Picks The Essential Prince

BrownMark of The Revolution shares his 10 Essential Prince songs. Bassist BrownMark also shares memories of the songs chosen, learning Prince’s preferred style of bass playing, memories of the infamous 1981 gig opening for The Rolling Stones – his first gig, first hearing When Doves Cry with its lack of a bassline, his extended bass jams with Prince, Wendy joining The Revolution, Prince as a drill sergeant, the possibility of joining The Time, racial diversity in the band and what it meant to him at the time and now being “the…

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Focus On Metal – God Damn Fearless

Double shot of metal goodness once again as we bring not one but two great chats this week. First up we talk with guitarist Gus G about his brand new release “Fearless” and we follow that up with a chat with Michael Sweet about the latest from Stryper “God Damn Evil”. Both of those releases are due to drop this Friday so this ought to get you in the mood for release day. And as always Focus On Metal…Everything Else is Insignificant.

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Pods & Sods Network – Bobby Z Of The Revolution Picks The Essential Prince

Bobby Z of The Revolution shares his 10 Essential Prince songs. Drummer Bobby Z also shares memories of the songs chosen, being witness to early Prince sessions including for local advertising spots, what it was like on the road touring with Prince and Rick James in the early days, how he and Prince bonded over talking drummer influences, how Prince wore those influences on his sleeve, what hidden gems are buried in Prince’s legendary vault that he’ll hope to see released, and much more.

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Metalsucks Podcast – #234 – John Bush (Armored Saint, ex-Anthrax)

We discuss the early days of Armored Saint, their goal of getting signed prior to playing 50 shows, Mike Piazza’s favorite track by the band, the writing process for classic album Symbol of Salvation, the stories behind the Anthrax records he performed on, his approach to writing lyrics with a broad appeal while remaining honest, and how he would love to play Win Hands Down in its entirety in 2025.

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The Ex Man With Doc Coyle – Ep. 52 – Anthony Martini (E. Town Concrete, Commission Music)

Doc speaks with E-Town Concrete frontman, Anthony Martini, about being a unique band rising up in the New Jersey hardcore scene, how their music and image reflected urban life, making business mistakes and perhaps missing the boat for mainstream commercial success, hitting their stride with The Renaissance but also hitting the wall of a changing music scene, E-Town breaking up, getting into the industry as an artist manager, transitioning from the metal to hip hop world, achieving big success as a manager and label owner, and E-Town reuniting in perpetuity.

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Pods & Sods Network – Dr Fink Of The Revolution Picks The Essential Prince

Dr Fink of The Revolution shares his 10 Essential Prince songs. Dr Fink also describes first hearing Prince’s music, great stories about his audition, Prince’s sense of humor and some practical jokes along the way, the writing and recording of Dirty Mind, how was Prince when it came to co-writing, what’s his favorite classic video, diversity in the band, Prince’s sexuality through the years, what hidden gems are buried in Prince’s legendary vault that he’ll hope to see released, and much more.

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Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon – M3 Festival Special with Y&T And Night Ranger. Plus, Moby!

Listen to Y&T’s Dave Meniketti, Night Ranger’s Kelly Keagy & Moby (talks metal) on this episode of WESTWOOD ONE’s Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon. Alan Niven (GNR/Great White) & Little Caesar’s Ron Young co-host. In our first interview, Y&T’s Dave Meniketti talks about the band’s latest album Acoustic Classix Vol. 1, the importance of the M3 Festival, capturing the energy of their live performance in studio, Angus Young & AC/DC, the importance of the live performance, a new Y&T studio album, the craft of songwriting, being a vintner & wine…

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Iron City Rocks – Episode 372: Morbid Angel’s Steve Tucker and Blacktop Mojo’s Matt James

In Episode 372 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we feature Steve Tucker of the seminal Death Metal band Morbid Angel. Steve talks to us about the material on their latest release Kingdoms Disdained, Trey Azagthoth’s writing for the album, how Steve’s bass and vocals fit it, the challenge of playing bass and singing at the speed with which they play and much more. We also introduce Texas’ Blacktop Mojo which are currently touring supporting their debut album Burn The Ships.

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Joel Gausten – #MeToo Goes Metal: Black Moth’s Harriet Hyde On Turning Rage Into Music

Check out Joel’s interview with Harriet. As previously discussed on this site, Anatomical Venus by UK Doom/Stoner Metal act Black Moth is one of the most intense – and essential – listening experiences released so far this year. If there’s ever a song worthy of serving as an anthem for the #MeToo movement, it’s the fiery “Sisters Of The Stone” – a track (and captivating promo video) that’s been turning heads since its debut earlier this year. I recently touched base with singer Harriet Hyde to discuss Black Moth’s new album…

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Joel Gausten – Another Sunrise: Jeff Pilson On Dokken’s Return To The East

Check out Joel’s interview with the bassist. I love the new studio track. What were the logistics involved in getting that song together? When we originally did our Beast From The East [live] album in 1988, we were going to record a new song live at the show along with the rest of the stuff and debut it on the live record. We did actually write a song, and we recorded it, but we weren’t happy with it when it got done. (laughs) We thought, ‘Okay, let’s try that again.’…

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