Episode 26 - Michael Schenker

February 24, 2018

Iconic German guitar player Michael Schenker has a new album out on March 2nd.  "Resurrection" features big guitars, a guest apperance from Metallica's Kirk Hammett, and M.S.G. singers Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet, and Robin McAuley as well as Temple of Rock singer Doogie White.

 

This episode features two songs that have been released from "Resurrection"...."Heart and Soul" and "Warrior"

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Episode 25 - Max Cavalera (Soulfly)

February 24, 2018

This episode features Soulfy and the interview we conducted with the legendary Max Cavalera.  We dig deep into the Nailbomb's "Point Blank" and Soulfly's current tour performing Nailbomb's album in it's entirety.

Max also talks about the next Soulfly record and what we can expect.

 

This episode includes two Soulfly tunes as wel - "Prophecy" and "Sodomoites".

 

 

 

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From The Archives - Frank Bello

February 3, 2018

Anthrax bassist Frank Bello spoke to us in September of 2015 to hype upcoming shows at Rock Carnival and in Philly.  Frank also gave us some insight into the next album (which would become "For All Kings") and the contribution of new guitarist Jon Donais.

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From The Archives - Tim Sult

February 3, 2018

Live in Allentown, PA in December of 2012 we spoke with Clutch guitarist Tim Sult.

 

For this interview we spoke about their upcoming release "Earth Rocker", 2012 tour plans, and Tim's years both on stage and in the crowd.

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From The Archives - Jean-Paul Gaster

February 3, 2018

 

In 2011 we were backstage in Philly with Clutch drummer Jean-Paul Gaster.

 

A pretty cool interview discussing touring, Volbeat, Thin Lizzy, Ozzy, and new tunes

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From The Archives - Dan Maines

February 3, 2018

In September of 2016 we spoke to Dan Maines of Clutch to talk about the band's upcoming performance at the Rock Carnival.  We spoke about "Psychic Warfare" and Lemmy from Motorhead as well.

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From The Archives - Neil Fallon

February 3, 2018

Clutch frontman Neil Fallon spoke to us in September of 2015 talking touring, "Earth Rocker" and the upcoming release of "Psychic Warfare"

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Episode 24 - Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons

January 24, 2018

In this episode of East Coast Metal Radio we premiere our interview with Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell and singer Neil Starr and discuss their band Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons.  The band has their first full length album "The Age of Absurdity" coming out Friday January 26 on Nuclear Blast Records.

 

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Episode 23 - David Ellefson interview

December 8, 2017

For this episode we spotlight Combat Records by debuting our interview with David Ellefson.  Megadeth's bassist has revived Combat Records with his EMP Label Group.  New releases so far for 2018 include Helstar, Dead By Wednesday, and Wrath.  For more on Combat Records go to www.combatrecs.com.

 

Playlist:

Exodus – “A Lesson in Violence”

Dead By Wednesday – “Power Troopers”

Doll Skin – “Furious Fixation”

Megadeth - "Symphony of Destruction"

 

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Episode 22 - Appice Brothers with Jim Crean interview

September 13, 2017

On this episode of East Coast Metal Radio we premiere our interview with vocalist Jim Crean and play the music of Carmine and Vinnie Appice.  We also play a couple archival clips of interviews conducted with Carmine and Vinnie.

Jim is the vocalist for The Appice Brothers band and sings on 4 songs on the brother's upcoming album "Sinister" which hits October 27th.

Playlist:

Vinnie interview clip talking about any backlash when he joined Sabbath

Black Sabbath – “War Pigs" from "Live Evil" (Vinnie on drums)

Jim Crean – “Shut Your Mouth" from his album "Insatiable"

Interview with Jim Crean

Cactus – “Long Tall Sally" from the album "One Way Or Another" (Carmine on drums)

Kill Devil Hill – “Strange" from the band's 2011 debut album (Vinnie on drums)

Carmine interview clip talking about his drum style and playing with so many different bands

Blue Murder – “Valley of the Kings” from the band's 1989 debut album (Carmine on drums)

Jim Crean – “Caught in the Middle” from his album "Insatiable"

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