Episode 17 - Richie Kotzen interview

May 14, 2017

In this episode we premiere our interview with Richie Kotzen, who discusses his 21st solo album "Salting Earth" and the current tour.  Richie also takls briefly about his work with The Winery Dogs and future plans for that band.



The Winery Dogs - "Elevate"

Richie Kotzen - "My Rock"

Def Leppard - "Photograph"

Sister Sin - "Paint In Black"

Clutch - "Earth Rocker"

Accept - "The Quick and the Dead"

Rammstein - "Engel"

Pantera - "Primal Concrete Sledge"




Classics in 30 - The Romantics

May 1, 2017

In this episode of "Classics in 30" we premiere our interview with Mike Skill of The Romantics!!  With hits like "What I Like About You", "One in a Million", and "Talking In Your Sleep" The Romantics put a big Detroit stamp on the 80's music scene.



"What I Like About You" - The Romantics

"Talking In Your Sleep" - The Romantics

"Doctor, Doctor" - Thompson Twins

"Bang a Gong (Get It On)" - The Power Station


Classics in 30 - Howard Jones

April 24, 2017

Tonight we did a flashback to the 80's with the music of Howard Jones. In this episode we play part of our interview with Howard from 2015 and discuss some of the hits and their videos.  Howard also gives us some great details on his experience at Live Aid!



Howard Jones – “New Song”

Howard Jones – “Everlasting Love”

Nena – “99 Luftballons”

After The Fire – “Der Kommissar”

Howard Jones – “Things Can Only Get Better”


Classics in 30 - The Motels

April 17, 2017

Classics in 30 special

In this episode we focus in on the 80's and the music of The Motels.  We premiere our interview with lead singer Martha Davis and highlight three of the band's songs.  To end the episode we pay tribute to John Geils, founder of the J Geils Band.


"Only The Lonely" - The Motels

"Suddenly Last Summer" - The Motels

"Walk Away" - The Motels

"Don't You Want Me" - Human League

"Centerfold" - J Geils Band


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Episode 15 - Ron Bumblefoot Thal interview

March 28, 2017

This episode features our interview with Art of Anarchy guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal.  Ron spoke about the band and their new album "The Madness" which is out now.  The band hits the road on April 3.



Mindless Hope – “War Wagon”

Art of Anarchy – “The Madness”

Megadeth – “Reckoning Day”

I Prevail – “Chaos”

Beartooth – “Hated”

Barb Wire Dolls – “Heart Attack”

Municipal Waste – “Sadistic Magician”

Hatebreed – “Looking Down The Barrel of Today”

Gwar – “Madness at the Core ofTime”

Blessthefall – “Decayer”

Shattered Sun – “Hope Within Hatred”

Pantera – “Primal Concrete Sledge”


Episode 14 - Chuck Billy interview

March 24, 2017

In this episode we premiered our interview with Testament vocalist Chuck Billy discussing the upcoming tour with Sepultura and Prong.  Of course we also touched on "Brotherhood of the Snake" and "Dublin Death Patrol"


Body Count – "Black Hoodie"

Prong – "Ultimate Authority"    

Testament – "The Pale King"

Rammstein – "Engel"

Damageplan – "Fuck You"     

John 5 – "Here’s  to the Crazy Ones"

Clutch – "Earth Rocker"                 

Candiria – "The Whole World Will Burn"

After The Burial – "Lost in the Static"

Emmure – "Torch" 

Dublin Death Patrol – "Iron Fist"

Pantera – "Primal Concrete Sledge"


Episode 13 - Interviews with Emmure and Fit For An Autopsy

March 19, 2017

In this episode we review Friday's concert at Gamechanger World in Howell, NJ with After The Burial, Emmure, Fit For A King, Fit For An Autopsy, and Invent Animate.

We have preshow interviews with Frank Palmeri of Emmure and Patrick Sheridan of Fit For An Autopsy and both are played on this episode.


"Johnny B. Goode" - Chuck Berry (out of respect for him passing away this weekend at the age of 90)

"Iron Moon" - Fit For An Autopsy

"Flag of the Beast" - Emmure

"Lost in the Static" - After The Burial

"Smokey" - Emmure

"Deathgrip" - Fit For A King

"Black Mammoth" - Fit For An Autopsy


Episode 11 - Ernie C Body Count interview

March 13, 2017

Our interview with Body Count co-founder and guitarist Ernie C.  Ernie spoke about the upcoming Body Count album "Bloodlust" out March 31.  We reminisced about the band's last album "Manslaughter" and 2014 Mayhem Festival tour.  He also detailed how Dave Mustaine, Randy Blythe, and Max Cavalera came to be a part of the new album.



"Black Voodoo Sex" - Body Count

"Ugly Noise" - Flotsam and Jetsam

"No Lives Matter"- Body Count

"Shadow Eaters" - EdGuy

"Seinsucht" - Rammstein

"Mean Green Killing Machine" - Overkill

"Primal Concrete Sledge" - Pantera




Episode 10 - Suicide Silence artist spotlight

March 11, 2017

Our next artist spotlight featuring SUICIDE SILENCE including our new interview with Eddie Hermida conducted March 8, 2017.   Having the first week sales numbers of their latest album show that under 5000 copies were sold Eddie speaks candidly about his thoughts on the apparent fan backlash against the band's use of clean vocals.


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“Hold Me Up Hold Me Down”

Eddie Hermida from Mayhem Festival 2014 discussing the video for “You Can’t Stop Me”

“You Can’t Stop Me”

Mark Heylmun from June 2014 discussing the first single from "You Can't Stop Me" - “Cease to Exist”

“Cease to Exist”

Chris Garza from the Fall of 2016 talking about his strong feelings on the band's new album (self-titled releasing Feb 24, 2017)

“Don’t Be Careful You Might Hurt Yourself”

Premiere of our brand new interview with Eddie Hermida


Pantera - “Primal Concrete Sledge”



Episode 9 - The Charm The Fury interview

March 7, 2017

Interview - Caroline Westendorp and Mathijs Tieken from The Charm The Fury


Suicide Silence - "Don't Be Careful You Might Hurt Yourself"

The Charm The Fury - "Down on the Ropes"

Korn - "Twist" and "Freak on a Leash"

Anthrax - "Efilnikufesin (N.F.L.)"

Overkill - "Goddamn Trouble"

Body Count - "No Lives Matter"

Pantera - "Primal Concrete Sledge"