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On the latest episode of the Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie brings you his recent sit down with Anthrax and Zakk Wylde talking about their joint tour, the Pantera celebration shows, Anthrax's 40th anniversary and so much more!Catch Eddie Trunk every M-F from 3:00-5:00pm ET on Trunk Nation on SiriusXM Faction Talk Channel 103.And don't forget to follow Eddie on Twitter and Instagram!
During World War 2 Winston Churchill was working on "Operation Vegetarian" the aim of which was to destroy the German's food source using biological weapons, but in trying to create this plan Churchill slaughtered sheep and made a Scottish island uninhabitable for 50 years. Hosted by Katie Charlwood New Bittisodes every Thursday on the Airwave Media Network - www.airwavemedia.com Vote for Who Did What Now at the Irish Podcast Awards! https://www.theirishpodcastawards.ie/vote/ Wishlist https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/2LAB2ZP4U9USX?ref_=wl_share Donate at: https://patreon.com/whodidwhatnow https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/whodidwhatnowpod Follow me on... https://twitter.com/whodidwhatnowpd https://instagram.com/whodidwhatnowpod https://tiktok.com/@whodidwhatnowpod https://facebook.com/whodidwhatnowpodcast Business Enquiries: email@example.com Fan Mail: Who Did What Now Podcast Willow Tree Farm Donegal Ireland F94KX64
What do Solow sportswear, Black Label Society and Carmen Electra have in common? They are all part of this wildly diverse episode of Honest AF... but that's not all. Daniella throws an 80th birthday party for Gilby's mom that turns into an amazing sing-a-long and presents Barbaranne with a hot off the line pair of shoes from Italy, Barbaranne went to the Black Label Society show with Anthrax at the Palladium, discoasis is heading to Central Park in NYC and the girls will be joining, Daniella reviews the film "The Metal Lords" and tells a great story featuring Carmen Electra and of course, let's not forget Barb's BAg of Tricks and listener questions! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is the Mistress Carrie Situation Report! The 'Sit Rep' your daily Entertainment headlines, Industry Info, and everything ROCK, all in under 5 minutes! 08-09-2022. The Mistress Carrie Podcast, a proud member of the Pantheon Podcast Network! Teenage HeadBam MargeraAnthraxWaken Fest 2023ArchitectsBring Me The HorizonBlack SabbathAXS TVOlivia Newton JohnNew films in theaters this weekNew Releases This Week Hard Rock and Metal ReleasesFind Mistress Carrie online:Official WebsiteThe Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on PatreonTwitterFacebookInstagramYouTubeCameoPantheon Podcast Network
Cary the Metal Geek and Sean the Metal Pigeon convene on a hot summer night to bring you their favorite new tracks in Metal! Discussions also range from Alice Cooper, Metallica and Stranger Things, Wolfheart, In Flames, Jasta buying Metalfest, Anthrax, Oceans of Slumber, the Pantera "reunion" and much more! Playlist: Fellowship - Oak and Ash - The Saberlight Chronicles Saor - Fallen - Origins Mourning by Morning - Bastard Sanctuary - A Step Away From Light A Step Into Abyss Kreator - Conquer and Destroy - Hate Uber Allies I Lit The Sun - A Shadow - Dolorem Dawn of Destiny - Little Flower - Of Silence Patriarchs In Black - The Submission Bell - Reach For The Scars Cave In - Blood Spiller - Heavy Pendulum Xaon - If I Had Wings - The Lethean Reeking Aura - Pyramid Shaped Plow/The Caretaker - Blood and Bonemeal Visit us at msrcast.com, for all of your MSRcast needs, including archives of podcasts, interviews, reviews, and lots more. Remember to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow us over on Twitter, @msrcast, and @themetalpigeon. Come and join Cary and Sean over on Facebook, and while you are there, like our Facebook fan page to keep up at http://www.facebook.com/msrcastofficial. Come find us over on Instagram @msrcast. If you like the show, let others know about it by tweeting about it, talking about it, and subscribing in Itunes, and leaving a review and comment. Enjoy, and Keep It Metal!
When @GWAR launched their whiskey collaboration last year, Fred feared for his life, as he tasted their whiskey. If he didn't like it, they may have eaten him and sent his corpse to Antarctica. But he was spared. Their second batch with Catoctin Creek is out now, and he reviews it before the mighty BERSERKER BLÓTHAR, BÄLSÄC THE JAWS 'O DEATH and JIZMAK DA GUSHA. Will he survive this round?Merch, including official The Fred Minnick Show Glencairn: https://shop.podcastone.com/collections/the-fred-minnick-showBecome a YouTube Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg/joinGlencairn provides glassware The Fred Minnick Show: https://www.glencairnwhiskyglass.com/The American Spirits Council of Tasters: https://ascotawards.comOFFICIAL THEME SONGThe Fred Minnick Show intro features Moon Tooth's “Awe At All Angles”, available now on Pure Noise Record. Listen to the full song at https://fanlink.to/aweatallangles.FOLLOW FREDhtps://www.instagram.com/fredminnick/https://twitter.com/FredMinnick https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg https://www.facebook.com/fred.minnick/Buy Fred's Bookshttps://www.amazon.com/dp/0760351724/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=httpwwwfredmi-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=7cf6556bbccd99181248b3ae598a9c5b&creativeASIN=0760351724Subscribe to Fred's Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fred-minnick-show-podcast/id1490483021 https://bourbonpursuit.com/all-podcasts/Disclosure Statement: https://www.fredminnick.com/disclosures/
Frank Bello is the bassist for the legendary Anthrax who are on tour right now celebrating their 40th anniversary. In 1981 the world first heard of the New York thrash metal band Anthrax. It was 1985's 'Spreading the Disease' that put them on the map and they haven't looked back. They have overcome trends and band changes to be here today. When famed Ozzy guitarist Zakk Wylde started Black Label Society and one of the first calls Zakk made to start the band was to his friend JD to handle bass duties. After leaving the band for a bit in the early 2000's, he's been back since. Add in the band Hatebreed and you have one hell of a tour.
Colabora Con Biblioteca Del Metal: En Twitter - https://twitter.com/Anarkometal72 Y Donanos Unas Propinas En BAT. Para Seguir Con El Proyecto De la Biblioteca Mas Grande Del Metal. Muchisimas Gracias. La Tienda De Biblioteca Del Metal: Encontraras, Ropa, Accesorios,Decoracion, Ect... Todo Relacionado Al Podcats Biblioteca Del Metal Y Al Mundo Del Heavy Metal. Descubrela!!!!!! Ideal Para Llevarte O Regalar Productos Del Podcats De Ivoox. (Por Tiempo Limitado) https://teespring.com/es/stores/biblioteca-del-metal-1 Sepultura es una banda brasileña de thrash metal formada en 1984 en Belo Horizonte por los hermanos Max (guitarra y voz) e Igor Cavalera (batería). Está considerado como el grupo de heavy metal más exitoso de Brasil y uno de los más influyentes de dicho género en todo el mundo, aunque su música se orientaría originalmente al thrash, death y groove metal y posteriormente al hardcore, metal alternativo, nu metal y metal industrial. Formada en el contexto de la represión policial que marcó los últimos años de la dictadura militar brasileña, Sepultura ha disfrutado de éxito internacional desde finales de la década de 1980 con un estilo principalmente orientado hacia el thrash metal gracias a trabajos como Arise (1991) Chaos A.D. (1993) o Roots (1996). El fundador y principal compositor del conjunto, Max Cavalera, dejó la agrupación abruptamente en 1996 como resultado de desacuerdos personales y posteriormente fundó Soulfly. Su hermano Igor hizo lo mismo en 2006 y ambos volvieron a unirse en el proyecto Cavalera Conspiracy. La formación actual de Sepultura está integrada por el bajista Paulo Jr. —el único integrante original que continúa en la banda—, el guitarrista Andreas Kisser, el vocalista estadounidense Derrick Green y el batería Eloy Casagrande. El grupo ha publicado quince álbumes de estudio que les ha permitido vender más de veinte millones de copias en todo el mundo hacia 2014. Sepultura fue formada en 1984 en Belo Horizonte, capital del estado de Minas Gerais en Brasil. Sus dos fundadores fueron los hermanos Max e Igor Cavalera, hijos de una modelo llamada Vânia y del diplomático italiano Graciliano Cavalera, cuya repentina muerte por un ataque al corazón dejó a la familia sin recursos financieros. Tras el fallecimiento de su padre, Max se interesó por su colección de vinilos para saber cual era la música que le gustaba y allí encontró el cuarto álbum de Led Zeppelin y el primero de Black Sabbath. A finales de ese mismo año, los dos hermanos optaron por abandonar sus estudios y dedicarse por completo a la música. Después de varios cambios iniciales, la formación quedó establecida con Max como guitarrista, Igor a la batería, el bajista Paulo Jr. y el vocalista Wagner Lamounier. Debido a desacuerdos artísticos, este último abandonó el conjunto para fundar Sarcófago, por lo que Max pasó a ser también el vocalista y Jairo Guedz se convirtió en su nuevo guitarrista. A lo largo de 1985, Sepultura participó en varios festivales locales y firmó un contrato con el sello discográfico Cogumelo. Su primer EP, titulado Bestial Devastation y grabado en solo dos días en un estudio improvisado, salió a la venta en diciembre conjuntamente con Século XX de Overdose. A pesar de su mala calidad, debido a la sobresaturación de los amplificadores, el EP permitió al grupo ser conocido en Brasil y grabar Morbid Visions en agosto de 1986. Aunque en esos momentos su fama se limitaba únicamente a su país de origen, debido a que sus dos primeros trabajos no fueron publicados en el resto del mundo, el hecho de ejercer de telonera de Venom en Belo Horizonte y componer temas como «Troops of Doom» ayudaron a aumentar su popularidad. Tras el lanzamiento de su álbum debut, el conjunto decidió trasladarse a São Paulo, la ciudad más grande de Brasil, para avanzar en su carrera. La banda fue una de las primeras en su nación en fusionar death y black metal junto a Sarcófago, liderada por Wagner Lamounier. Las dos formaciones, pioneras del heavy metal en Brasil, mantuvieron una rivalidad durante mucho tiempo: Originalmente los miembros de ambas agrupaciones eran amigos desde la infancia, pero la salida de Lamounier de Sepultura provocó una confrontación contra Max Cavalera. La situación no mejoraría con el tiempo, pues el batería D.D. Crazy rompería una botella en la cabeza del futuro guitarrista de Sepultura Andreas Kisser y en 2013, Max calificó a Lamounier como «un gilipollas, un mierda, por eso fue expulsado de la banda». Tras su primera gira en 1987, el guitarrista Jairo Guedz dejó el grupo al perder su interés por el death metal. Su sustituto fue el mencionado Andreas Kisser, originario de São Paulo, y que había trabajado como pipa de Max Cavalera. La experiencia del nuevo miembro contribuyó en gran medida a la evolución del estilo de la banda en su siguiente álbum de estudio, Schizophrenia, su primer trabajo grabado de manera profesional. Durante los meses siguientes, Sepultura realizó conciertos con audiencias de hasta 2000 personas y el disco llega a vender más de 10 000 copias, más que grupos extranjeros como Slayer o Anthrax. El grupo envío varias cintas a los Estados Unidos y algunos de sus temas fueron emitidos en estaciones de radio, a pesar de que muchas de ellas eran reacias a radiar thrash metal, debido a la oposición de los encargados de locales que no querían transmitir música demasiado violenta en sus establecimientos. En 1988, Max decidió viajar a los Estados Unidos con la intención de conocer productores después de entablar algunas relaciones en sus conciertos. El conjunto llamó la atención de la discográfica Roadrunner Records, cuyo director artístico, Monte Conner, le ofreció un contrato a largo plazo y la distribución de Schizophrenia a mayor escala sin haber visto antes a la banda actuar en directo. Tras firmar el acuerdo, el disco salió a la venta en Norteamérica y Europa donde cosechó buenas críticas. El álbum Beneath the Remains fue grabado durante nueve noches, para aprovechar tarifas más baratas, en un estudio de mala calidad de Río de Janeiro. Debido a que los músicos no sabían hablar inglés tuvieron que comunicarse mediante un intérprete con el productor Scott Burns. La buena recepción del disco, que llegó a vender 600 000 copias en todo el mundo, permitió al grupo realizar su primera gira mundial y ser reconocido como uno de los más famosos exponentes del death metal. Su primera actuación en los Estados Unidos tuvo lugar el 31 de octubre de 1989 en el Ritz de Nueva York, como acto de apertura del músico danés King Diamond. En 1990, la banda decidió mudarse a Phoenix, Arizona, y contratar como mánager a Gloria Bujnowski. La gira promocional del álbum terminaría en enero de 1991, tras un concierto en el festival Rock in Rio, en Río de Janeiro, ante más de 100 000 personas. A lo largo de 1990, la agrupación grabó su cuarto trabajo de estudio, Arise, en los estudios Morrisound de Tampa, Florida. El álbum salió a la venta en abril de 1991 y contiene los sencillos «Dead Embryonic Cells» y «Arise», cuyos vídeos musicales fueron prohibidos por el canal televisivo MTV por blasfemia. Su buena recepción permitió que el grupo realizara una gira mundial de dos años que incluyó dos conciertos con lleno absoluto en un estadio indonesio. El éxito internacional de Sepultura sirvió como referencia para conjuntos de países donde el heavy metal no tenía cabida en los medios de comunicación. Por esas fechas, la agrupación grabó una versión del tema de Motörhead «Orgasmatron», cuyo vídeo musical fue elegido por el público como el mejor vídeo brasileño en la edición de 1991 de los MTV Video Music Award. En 1992, el grupo participó en otras dos giras, en una junto a Helmet y Ministry, y en la otra como telonero de Ozzy Osbourne y Alice in Chains. Ese mismo año, Max contrajo matrimonio con la gerente Gloria Bujnowski, casi el doble de años mayor que él. En 1993 fue publicado Chaos A.D., con una temática lírica orientada hacia la denuncia social, especialmente en Brasil y que alcanzó el puesto 32 del Billboard 200, algo poco común para una banda de heavy metal extranjera. En 1994, la banda participó en uno de los principales festivales europeos de dicho género, el Monsters of Rock, realizado en Donington Park, Inglaterra. Ese mismo año, el vídeo musical de «Territory» obtuvo un galardón en los MTV Video Music Awards y Max Cavalera formó el proyecto de corta duración Nailbomb, con el cual publicó un único álbum de estudio y en el que participaron su hermano Igor y Kisser. En marzo de 1996 salió a la venta Roots, la cima de la popularidad en la carrera del conjunto, el cual llegó a vender más de dos millones de copias en todo el mundo y se situó entre los cinco discos más vendidos en el Reino Unido. Este trabajo contó con la colaboración de músicos como Carlinhos Brown, DJ Lethal, Mike Patton o Jonathan Davis, entre otros, y parte de su grabación tuvo lugar en una reserva de indígenas Xavantes en el Mato Grosso. Según declaraciones posteriores de Max Cavalera, este fue el primer disco que grabó Paulo Jr. ya que anteriormente las pistas de bajo eran grabadas por él y por Kisser. El bajista confirmó esta afirmación y remarcó que Kisser fue el que le sustituyó en Schizophrenia y Beneath The Remains, aunque destacó que «yo tuve que tocar en directo, que es el principal desafío». El 17 de agosto de 1996, el grupo participó en el festival Monsters of Rock como un trío con Kisser como cantante. Solo unas horas antes de su actuación, Max recibió la noticia de que su hijastro, Dana Wells, había fallecido en un accidente automovilístico, lo que le obligó a abandonar el recinto y tomar un vuelo hacia los Estados Unidos. Tras el funeral de Wells, el vocalista regresó al conjunto para continuar la gira, sin embargo, pocos meses después los miembros restantes le anunciaron su decisión de despedir a Gloria Bujnowski, esposa de Max y madre del joven fallecido, como gerente de Sepultura. El mismo día de diciembre, tras un concierto en el Brixton Academy de Londres, Max anunció su renuncia voluntaria a sus compañeros, aunque no se haría oficial hasta comienzos de 1997 y posteriormente formaría el proyecto Soulfly. Tras la salida de Max Cavalera, el público temió una separación definitiva del grupo, sin embargo, los tres miembros restantes anunciaron su decisión de continuar juntos.
Esta noche, un nuevo METAL BATTLE RADIO a todo estreno 2022 !!! Lo nuevo de MEGADETH, ANTHRAX, BELPHEGOR, SINNER, KRISIUN y HATRIOT. Además, nuevas bandas: RIPTIDE (UK), ASSAULT (Cleveland) y MALIGNANT AURA (Australia) También nuevo material de CORVUS CORAX, los chilenos de PANZER, y el nuevo disco de CRYSTAL GATES!! Estamos todos los miércoles de 20 a 21hs en vivo por Radio el Aguantadero !! Repetición los SÁBADOS de 21 a 22 hs por Templaria Radio Rock (www.TemplariaRadio.com) de Salto!! También podés escucharnos en el canal de Spotify de Radio el Aguantadero. Para escucharnos : http://radioelaguantadero.com.uy/
Como se viene lar reunión de PanterA 🤘, hoy disfrutaremos de: ☠️REX BROWN - SMOKE ON THIS () ‘Lone Rider’ ‘Crossing Lines’ ‘Best of me’ ‘One of these days’ 💀BLACK LABEL SOCIETY – DOOM CREW INC ‘Set You Free’ ‘Destroy and Conquer’ ‘Gospel of Lies’ ‘Farewell Ballad’ ☠️ANTHRAX – FOR ALL KINGS ‘Monster At The End’ ‘Blood Eagle Wings’ ‘Evil Twin’ ‘Breathing Lightning’ 💀PANTERA – REINVENTING THE STEEL ‘Hellbound’ ‘Goddam Electric’ ‘Yesterday don’t mean shit’ ‘Revolution is My Name’
Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt joins Phil and David this week to talk about his wild new film, "I Love My Dad," and the surreal (but real) story that inspired its story. Patton also discusses the emotional challenges he faced as a loving father himself in portraying the titular bad dad. Plus, hear about Patton's love for our previous guest Elaine May, his long and brilliant standup career, his profound passion for cinema, his long friendship with Phil and the funny story of their failed attempt to do a sitcom together. All this plus tasty talk about Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, and Patton's surprising gourmet pal in Anthrax, as well as his demonstrable obsession with his Naked Lunch meal from Ike's Love and Sandwiches! To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
“Why can't you just enjoy it? Why do you gotta complain about it?” People worldwide have been asking these EXACT same questions forever (OR, at a minimum, at least the last couple of years). Whether it's with regard to hijacking someone else's pleasure, enjoying some over-done meat drapes, or debating whether a band is its brand (or vice versa), these questions (along with countless others) persist and cannot be ignored or denied. And given that this episode might be a bit of a departure from our “normal” format, it might get a little weird for some of you. Then again, the last couple of years have been anything but “normal” for our entire, frisbee-globe, pyramid shaped planet, so just take your relaxers, sit back, enjoy it, and for the love of all things Iommi, stop complaining about it, you bunch of whiny, obsequient, bootlicking behbehs. It's time to discover the kind of meatballs flat earthers prefer as we reflect on the hijacking hijinks of the “Jukebox Hero,” the powerful entertainment value of anger, and the downsides of ultra-twanglification as we engage in a polarizing discussion regarding a certain upcoming “reunion” that sparked the originally asked questions posed above. It's time to know who the doom metal Sammy Hagar is and understand why you should always take home that last taco and JOIN US for our very first ever episode of Metal Nerdery: JUST TALKIN' SHIT-TAH, Vol. 1. Visit www.metalnerdery.com/podcast for more on this episode Leave us a Voicemail to be played on a future episode: 980-666-8182 Metal Nerdery Tees and Hoodies – metalnerdery.com/merch and kindly leave us a review and/or rating on the iTunes/Apple Podcasts - Spotify or your favorite Podcast app Listen on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your Podcasts. Follow us on the Socials: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter Email: email@example.com Can't be LOUD Enough Playlist on Spotify Metal Nerdery Munchies on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN2NrnCuSrAaLcIzI2wpaiQ?sub_confirmation=1 Show Notes: (00:01): Nonsense bullshit = content (Si Cabrone!) #nonsensecontent and the #VoodooDude (NOTE: There's NO #Voodoo in the studio) / #startwiththeshortone / ***WELCOME BACK TO THE METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!*** #somuchanesthesia / #pendingclinky /Lemon Drop Tentacle juice #theunscrewing #lemonbois (Not really…but it's like a #lemondrop) / #HappyBirthday and #RussellsReflections regarding Quality “affordable” steakhouses located in the greater, tri-county #Throbbin metropolitan area #Thisepisodesclinkyoftheepisode is brought to you by Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka #DeepEddyLemonVodka (03:15): #itsnotaboutthat / #ivebeenwaiting to deliver the message of #flatearthmeatballs / #Flatearther #Meatloafballs / #thisepisodesbeeroftheepisode is brought to you by #21stAmendmentBrewery Hell or High Watermelon (Wheat Beer) / NOTE: 21st Amendment = “The ‘End' of Prohibition”1.0 in #America. ALSO NOTE: the 18th Amendment is the one responsible for #alcoholprohibition and ALSO ALSO NOTE #theWarOnDrugs is #unconstitutional because NO #constitutionalamendment exists for it!!! / “Like if the #saltguy did #watermelonzest…” / Cool #albumcover (07:21): #RussellsReflectionsRevisited / #FatherAndSonShots / “Don't like it too much…” /“Just enough…(down there)” / There's some serious #shitah to discuss this episode / Post show #twanglification at #SweetwaterLive at the #StonedHenge show / Utilize #iTouch to hijack someone else's pleasure / “I was watching what he was puttin' in…” #markthetime / Russell's Intoxicated Recollections re: The StonedHenge show at Sweetwater LIVE! / #OpenMicComedyThursdaysASMR / Going from #Hopsecutioner to #somethingelse and the achievement of #peaktwanglification / #springbreakidiocy /#StonedMorose / “Doom Metal version of Sammy Hagar…” / Death Doom Stoner Metal / “Time to go…” / “A very abbreviated set…” / Thinking back to #starttimes back at #TheOldMasquerade / Don't Start TOO late, do one soundcheck, set the levels at a “base” level…set and adjust accordingly for each band. / #RussellsRecommendations / *Are there no curfews for #metalshows OTP? * / (19:19): A killer #Scorpions cover (THE ZOO is the tune we were thinking of)…think super doom style / #TheVoicemailSegment / “You can do it, and then I can do it, and then we'll do it together” / ***IF YOU'D LIKE TO LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL YOU CAN GIVE US A CALL AT 980-666-8182!!! *** / Updates from #pissingpost / “Angry Matt is my favorite Matt…” #nevertoorelaxed / “Mr. McGee…PLEASE don't make me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.” / #PhilipInslomo and #thevodkavomitchronicles / #NoQuarter is A Dead Giveaway and also “can't be PLAYED enough!” (The “Perfect” Led Zeppelin song) / #mygotorelaxersong / The dangerous potential of being irresponsibly #earwormed / WE'LL PLAY YOUR SHIT (ah)!!! / Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org #ProblemWithDragons (#Accelerationist) and a mini description of the band and their sound (Thanks Robert!) / LIVE BY THE SWORD & SIX THOUSAND SPEARS & ACCELERATIONIST #titlaytrack (“Very relaxer friendly…nice and #eerie”) / #AwwwMan / Stoner Desert Doom Metal #newgenre (31:47): Think of this episode as #Kyuss ITM: Pt. 1 (a brief description of Kyuss's sound and style) / “Desert Psychedelic Stoner Metal” / Super Ultra Tangenionalality / ***NOT to be confused with #KISS!!!*** / *Has any doom metal band done a cover of KISS' War Machine? * / (33:57): #PanteraReunion / The Pantera “reunion” news and a “brief” discussion and analysis of “The Band” vs “The Brand (#buckleup #herewego) / “Why can't you just enjoy it? Why do you gotta complain about it?” / Looking back over #metalhistory when bands “reunite” with zero original members left / ***Is it weird or is it NOT weird? *** / It's hard to not be passionate about a band you love when it's not YOUR band anymore / “Why would it be weird?” / “There's a difference between a BAND and the band's BRAND” / ***GO SEE #PANTERA ON TOUR AND BUY THEIR SHIT!!!*** / #biggerthanyou and adjusting your perspective regarding seeing a band in their #heyday vs seeing a completely different version / (44:00): ***And NOW for something completely different…*** / The origin story of #VicRattlehead #Megadeth NIGHT STALKERS (featuring #IceT) / Perhaps THE most anticipated Megadeth record EVER!!! / #OzzyOsbourne DEGRADATION RULES (that #harmonica definitely gives it “The Wizard” energy / “Elvis's wart?” / #cigarboxguitars and a #bucketlistmoment (Jack & Ozzy in a motorhome across America: NOTE: it's called “Ozzy & Jack's World Detour”) / Monster Truck competitions but with tanks #OnlyInAlabama (54:03): #StormtroopersOfDeath #SOD doing AREN'T YOU HUNGRY to the tune of Anthrax's IMITATION OF LIFE #getready because it's absolutely NOT what you'd think / #StormtroopersOfAnthrax / “I don't wanna talk about that…” /” Damn…Major BURN!” / “Oh, by the way…” / The absolute most infuriating thing to destroy your vacays and holidays / “Just in time for the #midterms #WIN by any means necessary…by hook or by crook or by #mailinballotvariant / ***THANK YOU FOR JOINING US AND SPREADING THE WORDERY ABOUT THE METAL NERDERY!!!*** / #untilthenext / #IDKAT & a #JimJeffries moment of #signlanguagehilarity / #metalnerderyoutro #waitwhat #hehahuh
Watch Randy to go full on fan boy as he interviews Anthrax frontman Joey Belladonna and his wife Krista. They cover a ton of topics including his time in and out of the band, his favourite songs to sing live and their upcoming tour with Black Label Society and Hatebreed. Plus Krista talks about their support of veterans through ‘Guitars for Vets'. Dive in dudes and dudettes, this is a good one.Click this link to access your format of choice. https://linktr.ee/beerrumrocknrollWelcome to the 'Beer Rum & Rock N Roll' podcast. A rock music podcast hosted by Randy Legault. Saving rock - one conversation at a time.It's happy hour! Subscribe now and join us.Randy Legault is a serious motherfucker when it comes to rock music, owns a video editing company 'Legault Post' and enjoys beer and rum. He's a good boy, crazy 'bout Elvis. Loves Zeppelin and his lovely wife too. A true defender of the faith with a serious arsenal of knowledge that is fun tapping into."Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."https://twitter.com/BEERRUMROCKROLLhttps://www.facebook.com/BEERRUMROCKNROLLhttps://www.instagram.com/beerrumrocknrollhttps://linktr.ee/beerrumrocknrollLinks To Check Out:https://guitars4vets.orgAnthrax Interviewed by Chuck D: 40 Years of Thrash, Part 1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xp8dbbM9DV8Anthrax Interviewed by Chuck D: 40 Years of Thrash, Part 2https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxQqMPBBnxEAnthrax - Indians (Official Music Video)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzpRU347BDUAnthrax - Sabbath Bloody Sabbathhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceJ9TVi3KQUAnthrax Parasite livehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-r7XW1MN4kAnthrax - Got The Time (Official Music Video)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=be7iNHw8QoQAnthrax - In The End Officialhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyPZG6YGCqkANTHRAX XL - AFTERSHOCK (Official Live Video) - 40th Anniversary Releasehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_-82O5FjpMAnthrax - The Devil You Know - 40th Anniversary Celebration Eventhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkmSzdiwGS0ANTHRAX XL - BRING THE NOISE (Official Live Video)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKan0kfspTMAnthrax - Behind the Music Remasteredhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxJIizDaXRYANTHRAX 40 Episode 1 - ANTHRAX BEGINS - THE GENESIS OF FISTFUL OF METALhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DP1XtbfzfM&t=4sANTHRAX 40 Episode 2 - FISTFUL OF METAL - NO LIFE TIL PANCAKES!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wX-OFii-ds8ANTHRAX 40 Episode 3 - FISTFUL OF METAL - IT'S A LONG WAY TO THE TOPhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEYc8YR0WIQ&t=7sAnthrax 40 - Episode IV - A NEW HOPE - ARMED & DANGEROUShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfeQSaEI0kk&t=1sANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 5 - SPREADING THE DISEASEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueU2QJS7e2AANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 6 - SPREADING THE DISEASE - THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKENhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rrsnjlaHrQANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 7 - AMONG THE LIVINGhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRf3E2MxrH8ANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 8 - AMONG THE LIVING - PANCAKEShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Od7DvxxIFg&t=481sANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 9 - AMONG THE LIVINGhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3v6Ln3U26LoANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 10 - I'M THE MANhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsbRJV8aZUUANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 11 - STATE OF EUPHORIAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VX-hk4SDr0wANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 12 - STATE OF EUPHORIA TOUR AND NOTMANhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6SfFRaKyesANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 13 - PERSISTENCE OF TIMEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dS4JAs5ym4oANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 14 - PERSISTENCE OF TIME TICKING IN OUR HEADhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8l38_W-R-QANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 15 - MILESTONEShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKFN_oF7O9sANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 16 - BRING THE NOISEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHaJVurAbGgANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 17 - SOUND OF WHITE NOISEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPwV2BhJUAgANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 18 - ONLY THE WHITE NOISE.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-wlQIrBYF0ANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 19 - STOMP 442https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQef8udFb0IANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 20 - VOLUME 8 - THE THREAT IS REALhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlPyP-0DBEEANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 21 - WE'RE NOT CHANGING OUR NAMEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Qfr5fwEOuMANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 22 - WE'VE COME FOR YOU ALLhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Zmgv5X-HrA&t=3sANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 23 - WORSHIP MUSIChttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbxWU_8JG_IANTHRAX 40 - EPISODE 24 - FOR ALL KINGShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTKsKl0fIBs
There is ZERO debate that Anthrax were one of the forefathers of thrash metal…alongside Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth, they changed metal forever! And 40 years on, they are stronger than ever, preparing to release new music soon, and launching a US tour this week with Black Label Society and Hatebreed opening…and that tour rolls into KC at the Midland theater on August 2nd…and that gave us a great excuse to talk to Anthrax frontman and longtime Friend of the Show, Joey Belladonna on the phone about the tour, meeting your heroes, the importance of playing “the hits” and being “metal enough”.
W 65 odcinku Ciężkie Majki wspominają zmarłego grafika Mariusza Lewandowskiego, omawiają powody reunionu Pantery, wizytę premier Finlandii na metalowym festiwalu, czeskich metali z Architects, powrót do grania RATM, Metallikę w Westworld, nową grupę Dave'a Ellefsona, wspólne koncerty Petrucci& Portnoy, soundtrack Mikaela Akerfelda do serialu "Clark" i zapowiedź nowego Slipknota.W odcinku również dalsza część Q&A, odzew od zespołu BlackLight i zaproszenie na No Tomorrow Fest.Wśród płyt m.in jubileuszowe wydania od Anthrax i Suicide Silence oraz nowości od Darkane, Solum i Porcupine Tree.Dodatkowo relacja z koncertów: Testament/Exodus/Heathen w Krakowie oraz Six Step Forward/Last Penance/Skov w Bielsku Białej
O Gustavo irritou-se com uma cover que uma banda fez dos Anthrax. O Paulo ouviu várias bandas das quais não gosta assim tanto, como Mortal Sin, Raven, Razor, Whiplash, Mastodon e Primordial.
Combining the literary influence of horror legend Stephen King with the ultra-groovy, ultra-speedy, and ultra-heavy thrash metal wizardry of ANTHRAX could only result in one possible (yet ever so glorious) outcome: the 1987 masterpiece, AMONG THE LIVING. The album is so mind blowing & perfect that had it been released in 1986, all other forms of “lesser” music (aka: everything NOT thrash) would have been immediately deleted and erased from all of existence (and from all multiverses) and The Big 4 would have reigned for a thousand years in peace, unity, and metal. It's time to “juxtapose and accentuate” the “sound of summer” as we contemplate “mosh parts vs breakdowns”, hypothesize whether or not “boner pills would work as nipple pills” while simultaneously imagining “bald beavers and shaved tang” on spring break. “C'mon man” don't be a “nincompoop” and JOIN US for a dive into ANTHRAX's masterwork: AMONG THE LIVING!!! 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(#stfu) #kidsgettinghurt (*check ‘em out on #instagram*) and a brief segment of #RussellsReflections regarding #parasailing / #hestarted and #hefinished (Let's be rill: #children are more often than not #onehundredpercent #theparentsfault) / #spaghetti / #nothingbutyeah and a #HetfieldMedley / WELCOME BACK TO THE METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!! #thisepisodesclinkyoftheepisode #DeadMansFingersRum #reverbagag and our #petfly / And now, it's time for #thisepisodesbeeroftheepisode #PontoonBrewing from #SandySprings #puckerupbuttercup #Gose (not #Zeul) #Margs #sixpercentabv (“Bald beaver and shaved tang”) / #ohboi (“That's tart!”) #onmicburp / #TheAxeBodySprayOfPodcasts or #TheAxePomadeOfPodcasts / #beardenvy (#STFU, you've still got a full head of hair) / #ZZTopBalls (“Upstairs beard vs downstairs beard”) / LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT 980-666-8182!!! #TheVoiceMailSegment #Willy (We'll have to go back and review our song logs to confirm that we did in fact play us some #TexasKetamine) #rockon #thankyouforthat / We could sell the fuck out of some #bonerpills / “Not drinking can be good for you” / #thisepisodesshroomsoftheepisode #thisepisodespeyoteoftheepisode / WE'LL PLAY YOUR SHIT-ah!!! #tentacleoverload #dontdenythepowerof #miraculoustentacles / ***Don't be afraid of the #aliens when they get here because they will be #multitentacledbeings*** / #TheEmailSegment You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org / Check out #Bloodsimple DEAD MAN WALKING #overtenmillionstreams on #Spotify #muchlybigly #justballs / #humitbetter / #preproducedJingle and an explanation from #Laryngitis / #itsfunnycositstrue (18:56): #knockknock and now… The Docket: ANTHRAX: Among the Living and waxing #nostalgic: #Anthrax turns 41 this year!!! / #bolth #cmonman #snortlaugh #onegoodthing #nincompoop (not to be confused with #Nickelback in terms of “N” words) / “Let's talk for a moment about #massmurderers and #hypocrisy and #conspiracytheories” / “People who do bad things but are really talented at something”/ A conspiracy regarding the end of the #counterculture of the late 60's and #CharlesManson / “Repurpose horrific things to be positive” / #Wormwood and #Absinthe (“Like #Jager but worse…”) / #terriblename / #blackdoglovin / #Butternuts #Anthrax #WarDance #PaleAle / #imjusttellinya #noteven (31:46): “Among the Living is a #summeralbum for some of us / #ohforfuckssake #nope #BlackAlbumReference / “First impressions of #AmongTheLiving “/ Anthrax's #MOP album / I would like to… / The sound of impending #thrashballs / “Coming to the #sidestage…” / “Frank Bello is the #GeezerButler of #80sThrashMetal” / #thepoltergeistdude / “Based on Stephen King's ‘The Stand'”… / #justreadit / Absurd size comparisons (#giants vs #dwarves) #Twins (40:24): #killeropener #penniesandpiss AMONG THE LIVING (the #inventors of #djent?) / “The #Journey of #thrashmetal” aka #ReoAnthraxWagon / “A singer is always a vocalist, but a vocalist isn't always a singer” / #powermetalthrash and #toursupport for #KISS / #newimpression “This is what I think I sound like” / CAUGHT IN A MOSH #happynoise #theidiotconvention / #juxtapose or #accentuate (“The #gangvocals really juxtapose and accentuate Joey's vocals”) (50:32): I AM THE LAW #marshallballs and an absolutely #tremendous bass sound (“1982 #Marshall #JCM800”) / “You won't fuck around no more…” / That fast part in the middle… #thrashperfection / The #genetics and #musicalgenius of the guys in Anthrax are #offthecharts / #thisepisodesensureoftheepisode / “I could care less about the #NationalFootballLeague…” EFILNIKUFESIN (N.F.L.) #noleglicking #nopenniesorpiss / “A different brand of thrash…making the #evil #fun” / “Did anyone see #TheHeadbangersBall tour?” back in the day?” / The #springbreak of thrash, lots of #fuun (1:01:18): “A new technique…” / A SKELETON IN THE CLOSET (wait for the killer bass walk down before the guitar solo…#genius) / #AptPupil (Yet another #StephenKingReference) and a #sickbassriff #killercloser for #sideone / And now… the #killeropener of #sidetwo INDIANS (WARDANCE!!!!) / #hugenips (full #bald or #braidedpubes?) / ONE WORLD (#usethoseheadphones to better hear the extra #harmonies in the background at the beginning) / #bonovision / “#Ignorance is no excuse for #violence” / “What would Among The Living sound like with #BillyMilano on the vocals?” (1:12:47): Loads of #StephenKing #tangentionalality on the next one / A perfect #onmicburp according to the judges / A.D.I. / HORROR OF IT ALL (#InMemory of #CliffBurton #RIP) / There's just so many riffs / #killercloser “My favorite part is…all of it” / IMITATION OF LIFE (*See also Aren't You Hungry from S.O.D. “Bigger Than The Devil”*) / #readthoselyrics #fuckfakeness #gofast (“Let's do lunch babe”) (1:20:34): The difference between #thrashmetal and #speedmetal / “The #breakdown of today is the #moshpart of the 80's” / “Now it officially feels like summer” / #futurealbumdives / Preparing to go see #StonedHenge #StonedMorose #FirstOneDies #BloodAndBrutality at #SweetwaterLive / #mexicanfooddeliciousness / Favorite track on the album & tracking order / THANK YOU FOR JOINING US AND CONTINUE TO SPREAD THE WORDERY ABOUT THE METAL NERDERY!!! 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Charlie Benante More than just the elite drummer for thrash-metal kings, Anthrax, Charlie Benante is also one of the band's primary songwriters, artistic director and coffee connoisseur. He joins us to discuss Anthrax's 40th anniversary Blu-ray/CD/Digital livestream concert release (“Anthrax XL”), an upcoming tour with Black Label Society and Hatebreed, his star-studded “Silver Linings” solo release and his love of Phil Rudd and Jimmy Page. Created and Produced by Jared Tuten
Drummer Lars Ulrich was born into an upper-middle-class family in Gentofte, Denmark, on December 26, 1963. The son of Lone and tennis player Torben Ulrich. In February of 1973, Lars' father obtained passes for five of his friends to check out a Deep Purple (Smoke On the Water) concert held in the same stadium in Copenhagen as one of his tennis tournaments. When one of the dad's friends couldn't go, they gave their ticket to the nine-year-old Lars, who fell in love with the band and ran out and bought their album Fireball the next day. The concert and album greatly impacted Lars, inspiring the start of his music career. He received his first drum kit, a Ludwig, from his grandmother around 12 or 13. Lars initially intended to follow in his father's footsteps and become a badass tennis player, so he moved to Newport Beach, California, in the summer of 1980. Despite being ranked in the top ten tennis players of his age group in Denmark, Lars failed to make it into the seven-man Corona del Mar High School tennis team, solidifying his decision to focus on music. So, while living in Los Angeles in late 1981, Lars placed an ad in the L.A. newspaper, The Recycler, which read, "Drummer looking for other metal musicians to jam with. Tygers of Pan Tang, Diamond Head and Iron Maiden." Guitarists James Hetfield and Hugh Tanner of Leather Charm answered the advertisement. James Alan Hetfield was born on August 3, 1963, in Downey, California, the son of Cynthia Bassett, a light opera singer, and Virgil Lee Hetfield, a truck driver. James was nine years old when he first began piano lessons. He then started jamming on his half-brother David's drums, and finally, at 14, he began to play guitar with Robert Okner. He was also in a few bands as a teenager – one was "Leather Charm" with Hugh Tanner, and another was "Obsession." James said that Aerosmith was his primary musical influence as a child and that they were why he wanted to play guitar. His parents divorced in 1976 when he was 13. They were devout Christian Scientists, and following their beliefs, they strongly disapproved of medicine or any other medical treatment and remained loyal to their faith, even as James' mother, Cynthia, was dying from cancer. This lifestyle inspired many of his lyrics during his career with Metallica. For example, the songs "Dyers Eve" and "The God That Failed" from the albums "...And Justice for All" and "Metallica" touch on those topics. His mother, Cynthia, died of cancer in 1979 when Hetfield was 16 years old. After her death, James went to live with his older half-brother David. Although he had not formed a band, Lars asked Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel if he could record a song for the label's upcoming compilation album, Metal Massacre. Slagel accepted, and Ulrich recruited Hetfield to sing and play rhythm guitar. Lars and James officially formed the band known as "Metallica" on October 28, 1981, five months after they first met. A funny story; James' and Lars' first encounter was anything but promising. As Mick Wall wrote in his biography of the band "Enter Night", "neither James nor Hugh had anything good to say about [Lars]. The kid was 'weird' and 'smelled funny' [and] he couldn't even really play drums." Deeming the entire encounter something of a waste, James later recalled (in Wall's bio) that "we ate McDonald's, he ate herring. [Lars'] father was famous. He was very well off. Spoiled – that's why he's got his mouth. He know what he wants, he goes for it and he's gotten it his whole life." When asked what Lars remembers about their first meet up, in a Blabbemouth.com interview, he said: "I remember connecting with him," Lars responded. "I could see that, even though he was painfully shy or whatever, that there were some distinctive similarities. I spent six months talking to people about heavy metal, and they'd mention STYX, JOURNEY, KISS or whatever. I'd talk about ANGEL WITCH, DIAMOND HEAD or TYGERS OF PAN TANG. He had a connection to the music and the things I was throwing out there that seemed a little more authentic or trustworthy. Not much happened during that first meeting because he was kind of the wing man, or the plus one, for a guy named Hugh. If James was sitting here, he'd tell you that the drum kit I showed up with was in such bad shape that every time I hit the cymbal, it kept falling over — which is accurate. Hetfield and I ended up staying in touch, and when I came back from travelling in Europe a few months later, I called him up and said, 'Hey, do you want to play and see what happens?' And he was up for it." The band name, "Metallica," came from Lars' friend Ron Quintana, who was brainstorming names for a fanzine and was considering MetalMania or Metallica. After hearing the two monikers, Lars wanted Metallica for his band, so he suggested Quintana use MetalMania instead. That magazine wound up being a U.S. monthly magazine focusing on heavy metal music, which was published between 1985 and 1991 Guitarist Dave Mustaine replied to an advertisement for a lead guitarist where Lars and James asked him to join after seeing his expensive guitar equipment. In early 1982, Metallica recorded its first original song, "Hit the Lights," for the Metal Massacre I compilation. James Hetfield played bass, and rhythm guitar and sang, while Lloyd Grant was credited with a guitar solo and Lars Ulrich played drums. Lloyd was a Jamaican guitarist who was never officially in the band. Lloyd has said: "Me and Lars was jammin' down there in Orange County, California and we jam with a few people and we lookin' other people to jam with..." they met through The Recycler. "We were playing for a long time and he came down to my place my apartment once and he says and he keep asking me to come jam with the band, but I was really busy doing other stuff and I went down and play with them-me and him and James. That's three of us. James was playing bass, I was playing guitar and Lars was playing drums and we rehearse that "Hit The Lights" song, but way before that Lars had let me hear that song. We were hanging out watching soccer and he says "hey I met this guy blah blah blah and he's exactly what we want to jam with and he played this one song and it was great and that's how I was first was introduced to "Hit The Lights." After that I went over and jam a few times and he called me and say they gonna be in this compilation album and he brought over a tape of "Hit The Lights" recording on a four track asked me to play some solo for that and they were going to bring the four track down and they were going to bring it down and dump it on the compilation album." Metal Massacre I was released on June 14, 1982. The early pressings listed the band incorrectly as "Mettallica," pissing the band off. However, the song "Hit The Lights," generated a buzz, and Metallica played their first live performance on March 14, 1982, at Radio City in Anaheim, California. The lineup consisted of James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Dave Mustaine, and newly recruited bassist Ron McGovney, who had been in James' previous band, "Leather Charm." Their first live success happened as they were chosen to open for British heavy metal band Saxon at one gig of their 1982 U.S. tour. This show was Metallica's second gig. In addition, Metallica recorded its first demo, Power Metal, whose name was inspired by Quintana's early business cards in early 1982. In late 1982, Ulrich and Hetfield attended a show at the West Hollywood nightclub Whisky a Go Go, which featured bassist Cliff Burton in the band Trauma. Clifford Lee Burton was born on February 10, 1962, in Castro Valley, California, to Ray and Jan Burton. Cliff's interest in music began when his father introduced him to classical music, and he began taking piano lessons. In his teenage years, he developed an interest in Rock, classical, country, and heavy metal. He began playing the bass at 13, after the death of his brother. His parents quoted him as saying, "I'm going to be the best bassist for my brother." He practiced up to six hours daily (even after joining Metallica). Besides classical and jazz, Burton's other early influences varied from Southern Rock and country to the blues. Cliff has cited Geddy Lee, Geezer Butler, Stanley Clarke, Lemmy Kilmister, and Phil Lynott as significant influences on his style of bass playing. James and Lars were "blown away" by Cliff's use of a wah-wah pedal and asked him to join Metallica. The two leaders wanted Ron McGovney to leave because they thought he "didn't contribute anything, he just followed." According to McGovney, his time in Metallica was reportedly tumultuous, as he often clashed with Ulrich and Mustaine. In addition, he felt that, aside from using the connections he made as an amateur photographer, his role was that of a money man and transportation provider rather than a respected band member. He ultimately quit on December 10, 1982, due to growing tensions. After leaving Metallica, McGovney became uninterested in playing music and sold most of his equipment. Although Cliff Burton initially declined the offer to join Metallica, by the end of the year, he had accepted on the condition that the band moves to El Cerrito in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. Metallica's first live performance with Cliff was at the nightclub "The Stone" in March 1983, and the first recording to feature Burton was the Megaforce demo (1983). Metallica was ready to record their debut album, but they began looking for other options when Metal Blade could not cover the cost. Concert promoter Jonathan "Jonny Z" Zazula, who had heard the demo No Life 'til Leather (1982), offered to broker a record deal between Metallica and New York City-based record labels. After those record labels showed no interest, Zazula borrowed enough money to cover the recording budget and signed Metallica to his label, Megaforce Records. In May 1983, Metallica traveled to Rochester, New York, to record its debut album, Metal Up Your Ass, which Paul Curcio produced. Unfortunately, the other members of Metallica decided to eject Mustaine from the band because of his drug and alcohol abuse and violent behavior just before the recording sessions on April 11, 1983. About this time, Mustaine told Loudwire magazine: "When you're around a lot of people that like to drink and get silly, they just want to have fun," Mustaine explains. "I would drink and have fun until someone would refute something I had said. And then that was war, baby. I'd be aggressive and confrontational because I was a violent drunk. I lost all inhibitions when I was drinking, and that didn't go over to well in the end." The end came on April 11, 1983, and it came without warning for Mustaine. Metallica had already hired Kirk Hammett as their new lead guitarist. At around 9AM that morning, James, Lars, and Cliff woke up Mustaine, suffering from a tremendous hangover, and told him he was out of the band. "The thing that really upset me was that they never gave me a warning and I never got a second chance," Mustaine says. "It was just, 'Hey man. You're out. See ya later." When Mustaine asked when his flight back to California was, he was told he wasn't flying. He was taking a four-day bus ride. Even worse, the bus was scheduled to leave one hour after he was fired. Mustaine scrambled to pack a travel bag, and James drove him from the Music Building in Queens to 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue in Manhattan. During the seemingly endless bus ride, according to Livewire.com, he was rightfully pissed for a while and then decided to write some new lyrics. Since he didn't have any paper, he wrote on the back of a handbill from Senator Alan Cranston. A message on the front of the card referred to the stockpiling of nuclear weapons that read, "The arsenal of megadeath can't be rid." After considerable thought, Mustaine decided the term megadeath would make a cool name for a metal band, especially if it were misspelled as Megadeth. Kirk Lee Hammett was born on November 18, 1962, in San Francisco, California, and raised in the town of El Sobrante. He is the son of Teofila "Chefela" and Dennis L. Hammett, a Merchant Mariner. While attending De Anza High School, he met Les Claypool of Primus, and they remain close friends. Kirk began showing an interest in music after listening to his brother Rick's extensive record collection (which included Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and UFO). In addition, he was a huge horror movie fan but began selling his horror magazines to buy albums. This infatuation led him to pick up the guitar at fifteen. His first guitar was (in his own words) a "wholly unglamorous" Montgomery Ward catalog special that came with a shoebox with a 4-inch speaker for an amp. After purchasing a 1978 Fender Strat copy, Kirk attempted to customize his sound with various guitar parts before eventually buying a 1974 Gibson Flying V. Guitarist Kirk Hammett replaced Dave Mustaine the same afternoon. Metallica's first live performance with Kirk was on April 16, 1983, at a nightclub in Dover, New Jersey, called "The Showplace." Mustaine has expressed his dislike for Kirk in interviews, saying he "stole" his job. Mustaine was "pissed off" because he believed Hammett became popular by playing guitar leads that Mustaine had written. In a 1985 interview with Metal Forces, Mustaine said, "it's real funny how Kirk Hammett ripped off every lead break I'd played on that No Life 'til Leather tape and got voted No. 1 guitarist in your magazine". Because of conflicts with its record label and the distributors' refusal to release an album titled Metal Up Your Ass, the album was renamed "Kill' Em All." It was released on Megaforce Records in the U.S. and on Music for Nations in Europe and peaked at number 155 on the Billboard 200 in 1986. Pretty cool, considering their top ten that year was: 1. That's What Friends Are For - Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight 2. Say You, Say Me - Lionel Richie 3. I Miss You - Klymaxx 4. On My Own - Patti Labelle and Michael McDonald 5. Broken Wings - Mr. Mister 6. How Will I Know - Whitney Houston 7. Party All the Time - Eddie Murphy 8. Burning Heart - Survivor 9. Kyrie - Mr. Mister 10. Addicted to Love - Robert Palmer Although the album was not initially a financial success, it earned Metallica a growing fan base in the underground metal scene. The band embarked on the "Kill' Em All for One" tour with Raven to support the release. In February 1984, Metallica supported Venom on the "Seven Dates of Hell" tour, during which the bands performed in front of 7,000 people at the Aardschok Festival in Zwolle, Netherlands. Metallica recorded the album in only two weeks on a shoestring budget. Initially, the band printed 1,500 copies. Since its release, "Kill 'Em All" has been certified 3x platinum. Metallica then recorded their second studio album, Ride the Lightning, at Sweet Silence Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark, from February to March 1984. It was released in August 1984 and reached number 100 on the Billboard 200. Unfortunately, a French printing press mistakenly printed green covers for the album, which are now considered collectors' items. Mustaine received writing credit for "Ride the Lightning" and "The Call of Ktulu." Elektra Records A&R director Michael Alago, and co-founder of Q-Prime Management Cliff Burnstein, attended a Metallica concert in September 1984. They were impressed with their performance and signed Metallica to Elektra. They also made them a Q-Prime Management artist. Metallica's growing success was such that the band's British label Music for Nations released "Creeping Death" as a limited-edition single, which sold 40,000 copies as an import in the U.S. Two of the three songs on the record—cover versions of Diamond Head's "Am I Evil?" and Blitzkrieg's "Blitzkrieg"—appeared on the 1988 Elektra reissue of "Kill' Em All." With unforgettable songs like "For Whom The Bell Tolls," "Creeping Death," and "Fade To Black", "Ride The Lightning" has sold over 5 million copies in the U.S. and has been certified 5x Platinum by the RIAA. That bell in the beginning of "For Whom The Bell Tolls", isn't really a bell at all. As producer Flemming Rasmussen recalled: “We had an anvil in the studio, and Lars had to bang that; it could've been that or from a record of sound effects. But there was a really heavy, cast-iron anvil and a metal hammer, and we stuck them in an all-concrete room. He'd just go wang.” If you've ever tried to play along with the studio album version of "For Whom, The Bell Tolls, " you've probably had some guitar tuning issues. That's because the song is a quarter step above standard tuning. Why? As the Metallica Wiki says, there are two theories. The first is that the band intentionally sped up the recording, pitch shifting it in the process. The second is that the guitars are tuned up a quarter step to match the pitch of the "tolling bells." I mean anvil... now that's "metal AF". Metallica embarked on its first major European tour with Tank to an average crowd of 1,300. Returning to the U.S., it embarked upon a tour co-headlining with W.A.S.P. and supported by Armored Saint, featuring John Bush on vocals, who later went on to front Anthrax. Metallica played its largest show at the Monsters of Rock fest at Donington Park, England, on August 17, 1985, with Bon Jovi and Ratt, playing to 70,000 people. Then, at the "Day on the Green" festival in Oakland, California, the band played to a crowd of 60,000. Metallica's third studio album, Master of Puppets, was recorded at Sweet Silence Studios in Denmark from September to December 1985 and was released in March 1986. The album reached number 29 on the Billboard 200 and spent 72 weeks on the chart. It was the band's first album to be certified gold on November 4, 1986 and has sold over 6 million copies. In 2015, Master of Puppets became the first ever metal album in history to be selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry. Following the album's release, Metallica supported Ozzy Osbourne on a U.S. tour. During this time, James Hetfield broke his wrist while skateboarding; he continued with the tour, performing vocals, with guitar technician John Marshall playing rhythm guitar. On the night of Sept. 26, 1986, Metallica was traveling between tour dates in Sweden when Burton and guitarist Kirk Hammett drew cards to decide who would get to choose a bunk. The bassist drew the Ace of Spades and chose the bunk Hammett had been occupying. "I said fine, take my bunk," the guitarist recalled in VH1's Behind the Music. "I'll sleep up front; it's probably better anyway." In the early morning of Sept. 27, 1986, shortly before 7 AM, the band members were awakened abruptly when the bus began to sway from side to side. The driver later told authorities that he lost control of the bus after hitting a patch of black ice. The bus left the road and flipped over on its side, and Cliff Burton – asleep in the top bunk – was thrown through the window. As the bus came down, it landed on top of him. He was only 24 years old. Reportedly, attempts were made to rescue him from underneath the bus by lifting it with a crane, but the crane slipped, and the bus crashed down on top of Burton a second time. Band members and onlookers have given different accounts of whether Burton died upon the first impact or when the bus came down again. Whichever way it happened, Cliff Burton died at the scene. Hetfield said: "I saw the bus lying right on him. I saw his legs sticking out. I freaked. The bus driver, I recall, was trying to yank the blanket out from under him to use for other people. I just went, 'Don't fucking do that!' I already wanted to kill the bus driver. I don't know if he was drunk or if he hit some ice. All I knew was, he was driving and Cliff wasn't alive anymore." James has said he walked up and down the road in his socks and underwear looking for black ice and found none. The band has speculated over the years if drinking or drugs could have played a role in the accident or if the driver fell asleep at the wheel. An investigation cleared the driver of any wrongdoing. Burton was cremated, and his ashes were scattered at the Maxwell Ranch in California. Metallica's "Orion" was played at the ceremony, and lyrics from "To Live Is to Die" are engraved upon his memorial stone: "Cannot the Kingdom of Salvation take me home." In an interview with Gibson TV, Kirk Hammet, who could have been the one in that unlucky bunk said: "The last show that we played with Cliff was a spectacular show," Kirk recalls in the interview. "It was the first show after maybe six or seven weeks when James was back on guitar because he had broken his arm during the Ozzy tour. His arms was healed enough so he was able to play guitar and it was the first show where we had James back… and it was the night that Cliff died. "Everyone was just so happy James was back and to have James's guitar fuelling everything again, rather than me and John Marshall [tech and stand-in guitarist] sharing that duty. We played really, really well and felt like we were back 100%… so that last show was one of the best shows we'd played all fucking year and in retrospect I'm glad Cliff's last show was special in that regard. It really was, in all respects, one of the best shows we'd played and Cliff was very, very happy. So knowing that is a good thing." "It' didn't really, truly sink in until about three weeks or so [afterwards]," Hammett remembers. "As a tribute to Cliff's memory it was important for us to go on [but for] those first two weeks it was up and down, we had no idea what we were going to do. I was taking guitar lessons, the old standby for musicians who can't find any gigs or band. That's what I was actually thinking."
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Anthrax bassist Frank Bello called in to talk about their 40th anniversary livestream album and tour coming to the Hollywood Palladium on 7/30/22. Here's what we talked about: Livestream Album (0-4) 40th Anniversary tour w/BLS & Hatebreed (4-6) New album 2023 (6-7) Solo EP "Then I'm Gone", Another Book? (7-10) Mandatory Metallica RIP Cliff Burton (10-end)
To paraphrase the great philosophers of Anthrax, "WE ARE THE LAW!" This week, we're discussing 2012's DREDD! Listen in as we cover all your Judge-related concerns: Harsh words for mobile games and Suge Knight! Spoilers for Lost! 1-900 numbers! Other stuff! PLUS: things! Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or pretty much anywhere fine podcasts are purveyed. Leave us a rating and review so we can confine it to the JuviCubes for 3 years! Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/BodyCountCast Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/bodycountsandbeer/ Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Let us know what you liked, what you hated, your favorite judge, your least favorite dredd, what movie to watch next or ANYTHING AT ALL!
The official narrative about the 9/11 events did not include Anthrax - at all. Why then were Bush, Cheney, & staff put on Cipro - the antibiotic for treatment of anthrax on 9/11?What are the problems with the Anthrax letters official narrative?Richard Gage, AIA, Architect is a reader-supported publication. To support my work ongoing please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Why was the secret biological warfare drill “Tripod II” (simulating an anthrax attack with hundreds of city, state, and federal officials in New York City) starting almost simultaneously with attacks of 9/11? Was it merely a coincidence that the drill easily morphed into the official Emergency Operations Center for the 9/11 attacks on Pier 92?Why was there an uncannily accurate, scripted table top exercise (Dark Winter - June 2001) preceding the anthrax letter attacks - as well as the same (Event 201 - October 2019) preceding the Pandemic?Are the October 2001 Anthrax Letters attack, and the 2021 Covid Pandemic different phases of the same overall Deep State project?What was the stated purpose of Event 201 (simulated corona virus pandemic) 3 months before the actual outbreak?Is it a mere a coincidence that the Covid-19 outbreak occurred just prior to the Military World Games and the Chinese New Year holidays?What is the most likely origin of Covid-19? Migration from bats? or engineered in the lab with gain of function research?Where did the flu go during the last 2 years?How were the Covid “case” and “death” numbers derived?Did hospitals receive financial incentives for inflating Covid case or death numbers?What has been the effectiveness of masks? Lockdowns?What is the effectiveness and safety of the mandated experimental gene therapy that has been termed “vaccines”?How did the FDA's Emergency Use Authorization for Covid treatment affect the safety of Americans?Why was there an unprecedented attack on doctors' medical practice who sought treatments other than prescribed from the CDC? How was Dr Nass impacted? What are some of the conflicts of interest of the principal Covid players Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci?My Guest on Richard Gage911UNLEASHED is Dr. Meryl Nass - an internist in Maine with over 4 decades of clinical practice. She has been an instrumental figure around vaccine safety and the analysis of endemics and bioterrorism. Prior to 9/11 she had already been publicly speaking out against the anthrax vaccine in terms of its questionable efficacy and obvious danger to those who received it. She was asked to present at Senate hearings in the aftermath of the anthrax scare following 9/11. Meryl is an integral part of RFK Jr organization Children's Health Defense, sitting on its scientific advisory board. She is intimately familiar with the vaccine and medical product regulatory process as well as the characters on the FDA and CDC advisory committees.She is an Epidemic and Anthrax Expert with a national reputation in anthrax, and consulted for the World Bank affiliate Inter-American Development Bank (2001) and the Director of National Intelligence's Summer Hard Problem Program (2008) among others; identified Zimbabwe's 1978 anthrax epidemic as an episode of biological warfare (1992); after accurately diagnosing the cause, she consulted for Cuba's Ministry of Health on its optic and peripheral neuropathy epidemic (1993); She created a methodology for determining the cause of suspect epidemics (1992); she wrote about how to better manage the Ebola epidemic (2014); she wrote a summary of the Zika epidemic for a US federal agency (2016)Richard Gage, AIA, Architect is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.
Kayla from Western Australia joins us as we discuss some current events, but we really focused on vaccine injuries, and the damage the anthrax vaccine did to US troops for many years. The link to the Life magazine article is here: http://www.vfp143.org/lit/LIFE-%20Tiny%20Victims%20of%20Desert%20Storm_FLIER_(9of11).pdfThe link to my video "Covid origins" : https://youtu.be/eHo9KdnxDLoThe link to the documentary "Vaccine Syndrome" https://rumble.com/v1bff05-vaccine-syndrome-2017-documentary.htmlI will probably follow up with a "listen along" type of podcast because the anthrax vaccine personally affected me. Email me at email@example.comNever stop searching for the truth.
On this episode of the Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman speaks Ryan Waste from Municipal Waste, who have just released their new album Electrified Brain on July 1st. Ryan tells us about the new album, saying it has been 22 years since they started and they had to keep up the same energy and not being able to play live music due to the pandemic helped them push even harder. Ryan agrees with Pipeman that pandemic has given them an opportunity to write some of the best music they've written because they were forced to get off the hamster wheel.Upcoming, Ryan tells us about them playing Blue Ridge, as well as going out to Europe with Anthrax as a support artist, as well as heading out in August with At The Gates. Ryan gives us a full rundown of what the rest of the year will look like too. Speaking about what his favourite place in Europe to play is, Ryan says they always had fun at Hellfest in France, which is where Pipeman has just returned from. Be sure to check out all the interviews he got out in France a couple weeks ago. If you want to support the band please be sure to check out the merch which you can find by searching municipal waste merch, and you'll be able to see some more awesome stuff like cassettes and cd's and a bunch of other cool stuff.Take some zany and serious journeys with The Pipeman aka Dean K. Piper, CST on The Adventures of Pipeman also known as Pipeman Radio syndicated globally “Where Who Knows And Anything Goes”. Listen to & Watch a show dedicated to motivation, business, empowerment, inspiration, music, comedy, celebrities, shock jock radio, various topics, and entertainment. The Adventures of Pipeman is hosted by Dean K. Piper, CST aka “The Pipeman” who has been said to be hybrid of Tony Robbins, Batman, and Howard Stern. The Adventures of Pipeman has received many awards, media features, and has been ranked for multiple categories as one of the Top 6 Live Radio Shows & Podcasts in the world. Pipeman Radio also consists of multiple podcasts showing the many sides of Pipeman. These include The Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman in the Pit, and Positively Pipeman and more. You can find all of the Pipeman Podcasts anywhere you listen to podcasts. With thousands of episodes that focus on Intertainment which combines information and entertainment there is something for everyone including over 5000 interviews with celebrities, music artists/bands, authors, speakers, coaches, entrepreneurs, and all kinds of professionals.Then there is The Pipeman Radio Tour where Pipeman travels the country and world doing press coverage for Major Business Events, Conferences, Conventions, Music Festivals, Concerts, Award Shows, and Red Carpets. One of the top publicists in music has named Pipeman the “King of All Festivals.” So join the Pipeman as he brings “The Pipeman Radio Tour” to life right before your ears and eyes.The Adventures of Pipeman Podcasts are heard on The Adventures of Pipeman Site, Pipeman Radio, Talk 4 Media, Talk 4 Podcasting, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Amazon Music, Audible, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts and over 100 other podcast outlets where you listen to Podcasts. The following are the different podcasts to check out and subscribe to:• The Adventures of Pipeman• Pipeman Radio• Pipeman in the Pit• Positively PipemanFollow @pipemanradio on all social media outletsVisit Pipeman Radio on the Web at linktr.ee/pipemanradio, theadventuresofpipeman.com, pipemanradio.com, talk4media.com, w4cy.com, talk4tv.com, talk4podcasting.comDownload The Pipeman Radio APPPhone/Text Contact – 561-506-4031Email Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org The Adventures of Pipeman is broadcast live daily at 8AM ET.The Adventures of Pipeman TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com).The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) and K4HD Radio (www.k4hd.com) – Hollywood Talk Radio part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). The Adventures of Pipeman Podcast is also available on www.theadventuresofpipeman.com, Talk 4 Media (www.talk4media.com), Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.
Good afternoon rockers and here we go with another hour of killer rock and metal right here on Evil FM with today's playlist compiled for us as usual by Captain Freak-Out himself Nicholas Prom and he's given us some wicked tracks for today's show. Coming up we have Sodom, Desecration, Manowar, Mercyful fate, Slayer, Dokken, Anthrax and Raven. Check Out My Books Here Captain Freak-Out's Psychedelic Radio My cousin Michael McDonagh recently started his own little T-shirt business on Spread shirt and he is adding new products all the time. Check it out at the link below and tell him I sent you over ;-) MACS APPAREL ALL ABOUT KABUKI Kabuki Website Kabuki Instagram Kabuki Facebook Kabuki Youtube Kabuki Spotify If you haven't checked out Captain Freak-Out's Psychedelic Radio then just click the link, head on over and get ready to enjoy some classic stoner and Prog rock courtesy of Nicholas. CAPTAIN FREAK-OUT'S PSYCHEDELIC RADIO www.instagram.com/authorpatrickmc Check out my website: www.patrickmcunningham.com Artwork by the fantastic Luis Royo
https://linktr.ee/_red_river_podcast Long time coming but we finally had Howie on the show. Also invited Joe Songco to be my co host this week cuz I knew the 3 of us could talk for hours. Topics covered were everything from baseball, Kiss, Queens NY, Anthrax, Non Phixion, etc. We talked for 2 hours and could have gone another 2. But we will just do a part 2 for that one. If you love music and minutiae. Youre in luck! For all things Howie, including all his books, follow him on IG https://www.instagram.com/hownice212/?hl=en and https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Howie-Abrams/158024861
This week we pay homage to bands straddled the world of the 80s hard n' heavy and the 90s alternative n' grunge. These were bands that were somewhat outside of the status quo specifically in the hard rock and metal world that seemed to be playing music that was more genre and categorization-defying. Thus we've created our own non-genre called; The Inbetweeners!What's this InObscuria thing? We're a podcast that exhumes obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal and puts them in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. This week we cover all 3 categories and even some bands that we played early on in the podcast. The transition from the hard-rockin' 80s to the punk-edged alternative of the 90s was a time like no other, and some bands simply got caught in the middle. Go and check out these songs and the albums that they come from and enjoy some music from The Inbetweeners! Songs this week include:Atomic Opera – “Joy Ride” from For Madmen Only (1994)Crimson Glory – “Dance With Fire” from Strange And Beautiful (1991)King Of Kings – “Open Your Arms” from Who's Your Guru? (1992)The Awful Truth – “Circle” from The Awful Truth (1989)Damn The Machine – “Lonesome God” from Damn The Machine (1993)Mind Over Four – “12 Days Of Wind” from The Goddess (1990)Saigon Kick – “Torture” from Water (1994)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
Check out the custom playlist for Episode #109See Anthrax at the Tattoo The Earth Festival 8/27/2022Find Frank Bello Online:FacebookTwitterInstagramWebsiteFind Anthrax Online:WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterYoutubeFind Mistress Carrie Online:Official WebsiteThe Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on PatreonTwitterFacebookInstagramYouTubeCameoTikTok
Charlie Benante of Anthrax and Matt Byrne of Hatebreed join the Talk Toomey podcast together this week. The guys are on to discuss the upcoming Anthrax/ Black Label Society/ Hatebreed tour. Charlie talks about all the recent 40 years of Anthrax documentaries and looking back on the band personally. Matt discusses his 20 years in Hatebreed and how the time has flown by. Charlie talks about Pantera helping fly the flag of metal and the peaks and valleys of Anthrax. He speaks on shows post pandemic and how we all need to go to every show possible! They both answer how long they think they will continue to play drums. There is Obi-Wan, salad pizza and some Kiss talk also. Check out the tour starting July 26th and runs through Aug 28th.Joshua and Chris start the show with some USFL Championship Game talk. The guys discuss the latest news with Metallica, Megadeth and Toomey gives a long review of Elvis. They end the show with their review of the upcoming Soulfly release, Clerks 3 trailer talk and The Bear on Hulu.
Pete, Chris, and Joey crush another bonus episode, this time with a feature on a true thrash metal pioneer, Jon "Jonny Z" Zazula. Together with his wife, Marsha, they were groundbreaking, signing iconic bands to their label, Megaforce Records. Bands like Metallica, Anthrax, Overkill, Testament, and hundreds more became stars in heavy metal thanks to Jon and Marsha. The guys discuss his interesting life from the tough streets of the Bronx to his iconic rise in the world of heavy metal.Brought to you by Sik Rik Masks - check out Rick Fisher's incredible collection and order yours today! Also, friend request him on Facebook to stay up on all the latest.Order Pete's new book, Deeper Than Dead, or Creation of Chaos III now! Download his audiobook on Audible here.Follow Joey's Goremonger page for updates on his music and his distro, FTA Records.Go to Murder Metal Mayhem to listen to our show!Order one of the new MMM shirts with the zombie design from Jeff Gaither!Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter.Subscribe to our YouTube channel.
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Anthrax legend and thrash metal icon Scott Ian shares the story of the artists that made him a fan, from his early years when he transferred his love of comics and horror to metal via Black Sabbath's first record and KISS, through to his history with brothers in arms Metallica and Pantera and who he believes is the greatest live band of all time.
Not to oversell this, the latest episode of THE SMILE SYNDICATE MUSIC HOUR, but hearing this episode will be like pouring ambrosia straight into your ears. Sound like something you want to do? I thought so. Join Jason and Miss Elizabeth in their 21st century variety show in which the very best in Funtime Comedy Capering and Funtime Musical Outpourings is presented with gusto 10X. In today's episode, the MAILBAG is opened and a handful of listener questions lead to bafflement, consternation and finally, enlightenment. Jason tells another SMILETON STORY in which he goes to audition for the […]
FULL EPISODE (2hrs): https://www.patreon.com/posts/67303595 Investigative researcher Robbie Martin does a deep dive into the Bush administration's bioterrorism campaign, from the Anthrax Attacks and their ties to the Iraq War drive to the memory-holed Smallpox vaccination rollout. He also explains the reality behind the US biolabs surrounding Russia, and how they are being used to skirt international law and expand US Empire.
This week, we can't quite figure out how best to title this episode, but DJ definitely wants you to know that there is no parking allowed in Patchogue Bay. Unless you're a teenage girl. Also on today's show: Major HERricane victories with a side of manmosas, finalizing the ...Diaries, how “awful” Anthrax is, why gamers are the ultimate sh*t-talkers, the bottomless well of stupidity and MORE! This ain't your mom's lunch box. #onthebox Be social with DJ and Revel 9: https://linktr.ee/revel9 https://www.revel9.com Music: Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/y4pjyokr Apple: https://tinyurl.com/yy6od4mz Physical: https://revel9.com/store Social: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/revel9band FB: https://www.facebook.com/revel9 IG: http://www.instagram.com/revel9band/ TW: https://www.twitter.com/revel9 #youtuber #revel9 #hardrocklunchbox #thetoptwenty #todaysrant #99wnrr #streamingradio #radiohost #culture #lifestyle #heroes #patchogue #videophone #citizen #stupidity #brakepedal #goherricanes #accent #voiceproblems #TRBDLive #liveshow #liverecord #gamers #anthrax
Hot off the press, the June 2022 new music show brings you fresh cuts from Lamb of God, In Flames, BELPHEGOR, THE HALO EFFECT, SOULFLY, MASSACRE, BILLY HOWERDEL, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, ELUVEITIE, MISS MAY I, DEAD LAKES, FIRE FROM THE GODS, NICOLAS CAGE FIGHTER, Patronian, ORIGIN, OCEANS, Kardashev, Healing Magic, KORPIKLAANI, AFTER FOREVER, EPICA, Anthrax, Leviathan Project, Skull Fuckers Incorporated, BLEED FROM WITHIN, HEART OF GOLD, Downset, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, Seether, RXPTRS, JOURNEY, STRATOVARIUS, Stonetrip, Blues Pills, Kym Redmond (Band of Missfits), CLASSLESS ACT, PATRIARCHS IN BLACK, DIRTY PAGANS, Bodyrot, Anticreation, Artificial Brain, Enchantment, Laces Out, Potion
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