Carnifex is an American deathcore band from San Diego, California. Formed in 2005, they are currently signed to Nuclear Blast Records, and just released their 8th full-length studio album, "Graveside Confessions". You can find Carnifex currently on tour with The Black Dahlia Murder and on their headlining tour in October.Video Version: YouTubeFOR MORE ON CARNIFEXIG: https://www.instagram.com/carnifexTWITTER: https://twitter.com/carnifexFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/CarnifexMetalWEBSITE: http://carnifexmetal.com/FOLLOW LURK:IG: https://www.instagram.com/lurkcity/TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/lurkcity/WEBSITE: http://www.iamlurk.com/ FOLLOW LAMBGOAT:IG: http://www.instagram.com/lambgoat/TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/lambgoat/FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/lambgoatmusic/WEBSITE: https://www.lambgoat.comSPOTIFY PLAYLIST:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5UsofwyNNvQZBmPKDjaaoi?si=NAFMHWy8R_mSofeEb3Mzqg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EP242 is with special guest Scott Ian Lewis, frontman for Carnifex. They have a new album out now called "Graveside Confessions" we talk about that album, the writing process behind it, the big financial hit they took from cancelling tours, his future writing projects, his most embarassing moment on stage and more! Cheers! Video: https://youtu.be/ciAkQ2HaXNs Follow him: @scottianlewis Follow Carnifex: @carnifex Pick up the album here: https://www.indiemerch.com/carnifex Intro: "Graveside Confessiosn" by Carnifex Outro: "Cold Dead Summer" by Carnifex Don't forget to like, share & subscribe and follow us on social media Instagram & Twitter: @RRBGPodcast RRBG is a proud member of the Podbelly Network! Check out all the great shows on our network here: https://podbelly.com/ PLEASE check out the Patreon page. Support the podcast and earn exclusive content like full audio interviews from Psycho Las Vegas from acts like Andrew WK, Red Fang, CKY and more. www.patreon.com/rrbg Sponsors! Kill Cliff The premier recovery & energy drinks come from Kill Cliff. Their Mango Tango comes with 25 MG of CBD and it's the perfect way to recover from a hard work out or to work on your yoga practice. Check out their variety of flavors and styles. https://killcliff.com/ Saint Joints Check out our friends at Saints Joints providing the Pacific Northwest with carefully crafted Mixed Strain Joint packs. Featuring artwork from artists such as Skinner.
Scott Ian Lewis from CARNIFEX talks ‘Graveside Confessions’
Everblack : Metal Podcast's tracks
The undisputed masters of blackened deathcore CARNIFEX have returned to ignite sonic memories of albums past with the scorch of old school sound with their new album Graveside Confessions to be released on 3rd September via Nuclear BlastGRAVESIDE CONFESSIONS arose just in time to aid in celebrating the 15 year anniversary of the debut CARNIFEX album, DEAD IN MY ARMS. The band revisited their first album to re-record 3 songs, but now with huge advancements in production technology. A return to their roots, these songs act as the completion of a circle; a return to where things first began. The Everblack Podcast caught up with Scott Ian Lewis to talk about the new Carnifex album Graveside Confessions and the concept behind the title, working with Mick Kenney from Anaal Nathrakh on the mix and master, re-recording classic tracks for the new album, his thoughts on the loss of Joey Jordison and his influence on them, their upcoming tour with The Black Dahlia Murder and more!Carnifex - ‘Graveside Confessions’ is out September 3rd via Nuclear BlastPhysical Pre Sale link: https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/cd-carnifex-graveside-confessions-cd iTunes Pre Sale: https://music.apple.com/au/album/graveside-confessions/1574158302EVERBLACK PODCASTSUBSCRIBE and STREAM HERE: https://linktr.ee/EverblackPodcastwww.everblack.com.auwww.facebook.com/Everblackmedia Thanks to : Deathwish Hotrods & KustomsRW Promotion Blacklight AD Screenprinting Electric WitchEverblack intro theme by Jaymes Jackson
Scott Ian Lewis of Carnifex returns to the Talk Toomey Podcast to discuss the latest album, Graveside Confessions. Scott also talks about the re-records they did for the album and having fun digging back into the old tunes. We go over their Korn cover and the influence that Nu Metal has had on the Deathcore Scene. Carnifex is one of the few bands that has completed tours since the country has started to open back up and he tells us about record attendance and merch sales. He also talks about his writing process and his insane notebooks. Overall, great time with Scott.
Episode 118- Scott Ian (Anthrax/SOD/Mr. Bungle) Part 1
One Life One Chance with Toby Morse
In this episode Toby sits down with Scott Ian (Anthrax/SOD/Mr. Bungle) and they chat about Queens, the origins of Anthrax, early Metallica, the exposure of thrash metal and the growth of the band, working and touring with Public Enemy, origins of SOD, poker, Mr. Bungle, festivals and being allergic to weed. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit our youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/tobymorseonelifeonechance
The Boo Crew rocks out with Scott Ian and Charlie Benante of ANTHRAX as they celebrate 40 years of the band! Hang out as they talk about the horror influence on themselves and their music, working with John Carpenter on GHOSTS OF MARS, collecting, art and their new graphic novel that is available now for preorder. It brings to life the songs from their 1987 album AMONG THE LIVING, with contributions from Rob Zombie, Gerard and Mikey Way, Greg Nicotero, Corey Taylor and more! Also just announced, Charlie’s project SILVERLININGS, a collection of songs he’s been working on with friends thru the pandemic out May 14th. Turn up episode 216 now! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
KoperCrabb Podcast - Ep. 59 | Scott Ian Lewis (Carnifex)
This week our guest is Scott Ian Lewis, vocalist of Carnifex and author of the graphic novel Death Dreamer. We had a really great conversation with Scott about everything from how his graphic novel came to be to the approach that Carnifex took on their upcoming album, the state of the world, the struggle of trying to break out of deathcore into the more mainstream metal world, his feelings on Carnifex's last album, losing band members, what it was like to be signed to Victory records and much more.
Sometimes you get to meet your heroes, but every now and then you become friends with them. I’m proud to say this weeks guest is both. Today we have Scott Ian, founding member of Anthrax and one of the most recognized faces in Metal music. He shares some of his best stories with us today, so enjoy this very special A Couple In!
What Happens In Tommy Lee's Private Plane? Anthrax's Scott Ian Tells Us
The Fred Minnick Show
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, Scott Ian of the seminal thrash-metal band Anthrax takes time to chat with Fred. The band's co-founder and rhythm guitar player, Ian also is an author and spoken-word story teller. He also was a host on the VH1 show Rock Show for 48 episodes, interviewing rock greats such as Ozzy Osbourne, Ted Nugent and Tenacious D. When he and Fred get together, topics range from his first taste of whiskey (it didn't go well) to warning labels on music in the 1980s and '90s to a strange, private jet journey with Tommy Lee of Motley Crue. Naturally, whiskey is shared and discussed along the way.Whiskeys tasted:Maker's Mark 101 (7:14)Spirits of French Lick Unpretentious High Rye Bourbon Finished in Port Casks (17:54)Angel's Envy Finished in Tawny Port Casks (24:15)Barrell Bourbon Finished in Pear Brandy Barrels (42:14)Barrell Bourbon Armida finished in Pear Brandy, Jamaican Rum, and Sicilian Amaro Casks (52:18)Michter's Small Batch (1:00:39)Distillery 291 Whiskey (1:04:16)EPISODE SUMMARYFred and Scott cover a number of topics, such as:Scott's first whiskey ever was a Jack and Coke with Lemmy Kilmister from Motorhead. He saw Lemmy in a pub in London, offered to buy him a drink and Lemmy steered him toward the whiskey mixer. The story didn't necessarily end well. He later began to drink whiskey more regularly with Dimebag Darrell of Pantera.Fred shares the story of how Brown-Forman came to create the Woodford Reserve brand of bourbon.Scott loves the Spirits of French Lick Unpretentious and is surprised to learn that it sells for up to $1,000 on the secondary whiskey market. In fact, the whiskey got popular with bourbon lovers even before Fred knew about it.While tasting the Angel's Envy Port Barrel finished whiskey, Fred talks about it being a "creative" whiskey, noting the distillery started aging in port barrels around 2013 that, at the time, was pushing the boundaries of whiskey-making. He notes that as recently as 2010, the finished whiskey market didn't really exist. "I think Angel's Envy deserves a lot of credit for everything that they have done to kind of propel the category," he says.That said, Fred doesn't believe such finished whiskeys should be called "bourbon."Fred also talks with Scott about Mexican whiskey and how the products continue to evolve. Of course, we all know Fred is a big tequila and mezcal fan, and Mexico is where those spirits truly begins.Scott's wife Pearl Aday makes a surprise appearance and they discuss the duo's acoustic performance at Fred's virtual Repeal Day Expo back in December.Scott likens Fred's preference for straight bourbon to his own liking of black coffee. "I want to taste the bean ... Same with whiskey. I wanted to taste IT."Fred again shares his disdain for vodka, a fact Scott already knew from following Fred's work. "The reason why, it's not because that the spirit truly genuinely in my heart sucks, it's because of the business behind vodka, and the history behind vodka and what it did to bourbon in the 1960s, taking it off the shelf." He also hates that vodka distillers are paying for placement in liquor stores and that distributors often require retail outlets to buy vodka products in order to procure allocated bourbons. "There's not a vodka magazine. You don't see vodka groups. It's an intoxicant and that's it. ... I would probably drink vodka over prisoner toilet wine, but that's about it."The conversation leads to Scott's experiences as a teen-ager getting ripped on vodka and telling his mom he had "the flu." He was hung over for four days with fevers, chills, no appetite ... now THAT'S a hangover. As a result, he stayed sober through the early years of Anthrax.When tasting the Barrell Bourbon Armida, both agree it's unique but not necessarily one they want to drink often - or more than one. Both felt the pear brandy casks were too...
#186 Scott Ian (Anthrax/The Damned Things/Mr Bungle)
Life In The Stocks
Scott Ian from Anthrax, The Damned Things and Mr Bungle joins Matt for Episode 186 of Life In The Stocks to discuss COVID, climate change, politics, Trump, culture, content, consumption, Bungle, Patton, The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny, and more.Follow Matt Stocks on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram: @mattstocksdjCheck out the Life In The Stocks Patreon page, support this podcast, and get all kinds of extras in return, from bonus podcasts & DJ mixes to archive print interviews & radio shows.www.patreon.com/lifeinthestocksMatt's first book, 'Life In The Stocks: Veracious Conversations with Musicians & Creatives (Vol. 01)' is also out NOW and is available via Amazon, Waterstones & Rare Bird Publishing.https://rarebirdlit.com/life-in-the-stocks-veracious-conversations-with-musicians-creatives/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.