Scott Vogel (Terror, Buried Alive, World Be Free, ex-Despair, ex-Slugfest)
The Ex-Man with Doc Coyle
Doc welcomes Terror vocalist, Scott Vogel, to the show and they talk about how the two met in the late 90s hardcore scene, what tied the bands together despite differences in sound, what drew Scott to this lifestyle, his formative days discovering music, having recurring issues which led to his bands Slugfest and Despair breaking up, how Buried Alive came together, why the band seemed to not meet its full potential, quitting Buried Alive and moving west, why he eventually joined Terror despite almost quitting music altogether, Terror's surprise immediate success, developing as a band and vocalist over two decades, the Buried Alive reunion, and Scott sums up what hardcore means to him.This episode features the songs "Upside Down Is Flipped" by Man Destroyed Man and "I Killing I" by Buried Alive.Follow Scott on Instagram @IAmFinallyFollow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoylePlease support this episode's sponsor Man Destroyed Man at https://mandestroyedman.bandcamp.com/Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 18 Scott Vogel.. Keeping The Faithphoto by anne spinahttp://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode18Scott Vogel’s name in hardcore is so well known, that its hard to even consider where to start.Just like our guest on episode 1, I wrote a letter to Scott Vogel in 97 about booking his band Despair, and later would book Buried Alive’s first Philadelphia show in November of 98. We stayed in contact and when Terror’s seminal demo came out in 2002, I was selling them outside of our weekly soccer games down at Drexel Campus.Terror would go on to become world recognized as one of the most important hardcore bands of the last 20 years and known through their relentless touring of the globe from the smallest DIY spaces to the largest festival crowds in europe.What takes place in this episode is a conversation amongst friends that covers plenty of topics that come from a relaxed stream of conscience format that touches on Scott’s thoughts and feelings regarding hardcore and different era’s of his own career from the earliest days of Slugest to Terror and even World Be Free. It would be hard for me to summarize this , but I can say that there is alot more to the guy who is internationally known for amazing stage presence and his demand for more stagedives and this conversation illuminates that and many more lesser known things about the man who fronts one of the most beloved hardcore punk bands of all time.https://www.instagram.com/iamfinally https://www.instagram.com/terrorhardcore https://twitter.com/terrorhardcore
Scott Vogel is the vocalist of Terror and World Be Free. https://www.sticktight.la/ https://worldbefree.bandcamp.com/album/one-time-for-unity If you want to support the podcast. Head over to the shop and pick something up! http://www.jamieorque.com/shop
#46 Scott Vogel (Terror, World Be Free, Buried Alive, Despair, Slugfest)
The Powerline Podcast with Michael Doyle
On this episode I sit with my buddy Scott Vogel from Terror and also World Be Free, Buried Alive, and more. We talk his move back to Buffalo, California memories, the Terror x Dare Livestream, and everything else hardcore. Subscribe to patreon.com/Powerline
Founding member of heavy-hardcore band Terror, Scott Vogel has also been in a whole bunch of other, seriously legit bands that you know. This week we get into everything from therapy to Madball to cutting your own hair.
Corona Chronicles - Episode 010 - Scott Vogel & Dante Ross
Scott Vogel joins Danny and Jay after a short break to talk all things Terror, reuniting with Buried Alive to record their new release "Death Will Find You" and his early memories of meeting Danny. Grammy Award winning producer and music industry veteran, Dante Ross shares his stories about growing up in New York's Lower East Side and his journey from office messenger, tour manager to an A&R person and producing records for a who's who in hop hip. http://diablosdenpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode we talk with Scott Vogel about the bands he has played in since the late 80s. These bands include Slugfest, Despair, Buried Alive, Terror, World Be Free, and a few others. We also talk fanzines, hip hop, current events, and more.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enterprise-hardcore-podcast/support
The Isolation Sessions: Vol. 5 - Scott Vogel. (Terror. Buried Alive. World Be Free. Slugfest)
The Brooklyn Blast Furnace
The fifth in a series of podcasts during the Coronavirus pandemic. "The Isolation Sessions". My guest is Scott Vogel. Singer for the legendary hardcore band "Terror". Also "Buried Alive", "World Be Free", "Slugfest and "Despair". He was also in a short lived project called "Cinder Block". Me and Scott have been planning to do an episode for a very long time face to face. We will still do that eventually. But in the meantime, we did an episode via Skype. We talk everything from the coronavirus pandemic, to his bands, to hip hop and horror movies. One of my all time favorite bands and a great guy. I'm looking forward to sitting down with him sooner than later and recording part two when things return back to what we remember as being "normal". Terror Rules! Enjoy.
This week on the pod, the pit activator, the stage dive peer pressurer, and just one of the greatest frontmen and HC vocalists ever - Scott Vogel. Please subscribe, like, rate, and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Please consider supporting the show: patreon.com/185milessouth paypal.me/185milessouth Check us out on social media: instagram.com/185milessouth facebook.com/185milessouth twitter.com/185milessouth All Episodes are available at: 185milessouth.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/185milessouth)