Mike Herrera sits down with a new guest every week, discussing everything from music to careers to news. It's always something new.Follow online everywhere at @mikeherreraTD
Mike Herrera sits down with a new guest every week, discussing everything from music to careers to news. It's always something new.Follow online everywhere at @mikeherreraTD
What is it like to be the lead singer of a band? Shane Told, frontman of the critically-acclaimed rock band Silverstein, brings you candid interviews with all of your favorite singers on this podcast. Is it really all sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll? Find out for yourself on Lead Singer Syndrome.
Rank #1: Dustin Kensrue (Thrice).
Episode 103 - Thrice frontman Dustin Kensrue, one of the most requested guests, joins the show this week! We talk in depth about their constant reinvention of their sound, their die hard fan base, religion, signing to a major label, and how much he hates the vocals on the first 4 Thrice albums. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Anthony Green (Circa Survive, Saosin).
Episode 134 - Here it is! The one you've been waiting for! Shane speaks with the often elusive Anthony Green, with a surprisingly honest and forthcoming conversation. Discussed is the truth behind his departure from Saosin, the insecurities and depression he faced throughout his life, his addiction to heroin, and his passion for being so prolific with Circa Survive, Saosin and on his own solo material. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Peer Pleasure Podcast is an arts and culture podcast. Join Dewey Halpaus (Anatomy Of A Ghost, Portugal. The Man) as he discusses life and content with your favorite performers and artists.
Rank #1: Bert McCracken (The Used).
What's up everyone and welcome to 2018! We are back with a banger of an episode with the one and only Bert McCracken of The Used! I'm stoked for you to all hear this conversation with Bert on the tour bus in Portland Oregon. Check out this and all the episodes at www.peerpleasurepodcast.com and be sure to rate and subscribe on iTunes and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Ian Mackaye (Minor Threat/Fugazi).
Hello Pleasure Seekers and boy do I have a guest for you….Ian Mackaye from Fugazi, Minor Threat, Discord Records, Embrace, The Evens and the list goes on. Possibly one of the most prolific names in punk rock to date and just an all around awesome and inspiring individual. I hope you all enjoy and don’t […] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Tom Mullen for a look back at when emo was an unknown word, its relevance now and speaks to those deeply involved with the emo/punk/hardcore/post-hardcore scene.
Rank #1: #34 - Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional).
When you have a musical career as long as Chris Carrabba, there's bound to be some reflection. I sat down with Chris face to face in New York City to discuss his musical life. This was largely unedited with many pauses and air left between question and answer. We dive into his upbringing, the Florida scene and Fiddler Records, the mid 2000s emo boom and what he wants most from his music. An absolutely beautiful soul that’s worthy of his own revival. Support the show
Rank #2: #132 - Anthony Green (Circa Survive, Saosin, The Sound of Animals Fighting).
Today we welcome Anthony Green from Circa Survive, Saosin and the Sound of Animals Fighting. My history with Anthony goes back to the early days of Circa Survive and working alongside him at Equal Vision Records for the Juturna and On Letting Go album releases. As the years passed, we stayed in touch and would see each other as you do when a band rolls through town. Anthony was always super into what I was doing with Washed Up Emo and check in when I’d post something about The Promise Ring or Braid. Anthony came along at an amazing time for punk rock and rode the wave with Circa Survive to heights not afforded many and still can play anywhere in the world for his solo material or with Circa Survive. In the hour we chatted, we got to catch up in thoughts on emo, sneaking up on stage to ask Thursday, who he didn’t know, about joining a certain band. Plus, how I forced Circa Survive to do a Fuse TV event for a girl that really just wanted Panic! at the Disco and where he is now and what he would have said to himself 10 years ago. His new solo album “Would You Still Be In Love” is out now and he’s touring the 10th anniversary of “Avalon” his debut LP now. If you’d like to support the podcast, go to patreon.com/washedupemo and the more ya do, the more podcasting I can do! Support the show
Host Ray Harkins dives deep with creators of independent culture from musicians, artists and other interesting people to find out what inspires them, how they came to be and many other unexpected places.
Rank #1: Ned Russin from Title Fight.
Ned was kind enough to speak to me not once, but twice as the original episode was lost in a hard drive crash. We hopped on the phone one morning to discuss tour life, DIY culture and being a 7 year old kid getting introduced to punk rock. Brought to you in conjunction with Propertyofzack.com
Rank #2: Dallas Green from City And Colour/Alexisonfire/You+Me.
This is a doozy. On the show this week is solo artist Dallas Green. He previously played in post-hardcore band Alexisonfire which is where I became really close with him. I've wanted Dallas on the show for quite some time but honestly, didn't really want to waste his time until this show grew organically. We discussed the idea of celebrity, anxiety and reflecting on his creative life. Highly personal and for me, deeply emotional. Thanks for listening. THIS IS OUR FUNDRAISING MONTH. IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU HEAR, OR ARE A REGULAR LISTENER PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING. EVEN $1 A MONTH HELPS. MONTHLY DONATIONONE TIME DONATION
Go behind the scenes of one of the generation defining indie record label in this tell all podcast. Matt Carter and Toby Morrell of Emery, along with help from Aaron Lunsford from As Cities Burn take on the task of setting the record straight through story telling and reporting on what really happens behind the scenes in the music industry. Exclusive interviews with bands, managers, touring crew, producers, record label employees, and the man who started it all - President and Founder of Tooth and Nail Records, Brandon Ebel. Subscribe to “Labeled: The Stories, Rumors, and Legends of Tooth and Nail Records” today.
Rank #1: Disciple: Christian Metal with a Mission.
Chapter 20 When it comes to Christian heavy metal music, the band Disciple is both an ancestor and a contemporary. Kevin Young has been contributing and participating in the larger scene that we cover, for over 25 years and counting, and now is a part of the Tooth and Nail family. AD || Zip Recruiter: ziprecruiter.com/LABELED https://labeledpodcast.com/ Support Labeled on Patreon Join Labeled on Facebook SONGS YOU HEARD ON THIS EPISODE: Disciple "Dear X, You Don't Own Me" Whitecross "Who Will You Follow?" Bride "Would You Die For Me" Wish for Eden "Ocean" The Blamed "Feeding the Ignorant" Disciple "Alone" Living Sacrifice "Reject" Jeremy Camp "Take My Life" Whitecross "Who Will You Follow?" Disciple "Erase" Disciple "Misery" Disciple "First Love" Disciple "Game On" Disciple "Unbroken" Disciple "Reanimate" MORE FROM TOOTH & NAIL: * Labeled: Music From The Podcast: smarturl.it/labeledplaylist * DISCOVER IT: New Tracks from T&N Records: smarturl.it/TNNDiscover * This Is Solid State: New Tracks from Solid State Records: https://spoti.fi/2CUCsaH * Tooth & Nail Store (LABELED Patreon members get 20% off everything): tnn.lnk.to/store
Rank #2: A Time of Transition and the Rise of Solid State Records.
Chapter 10 By the year 2000, EMI Records had been pursuing Tooth and Nail to buy half of the company and was already doing its distribution. New genres were emerging, Tooth and Nail was moving offices and the staff was beginning to undergo major changes as well. Solid State Records was gaining momentum with acts like Living Sacrifice and Zao as heavy music was becoming more widely accepted. Roy Culver, who worked for EMI was hired and moved to Seattle to be the first Solid State employee and its A&R. Roy explains what the time of transition was like from his view and recounts stories of Solid State's successes and difficulties. https://labeledpodcast.com/ Support Labeled on Patreon Join Labeled on Facebook Watch Strange Her "The Scarlet Cord" at strangehermusic.com Roy Culver's Solid State Records Playlist on Spotify SONGS YOU HEARD ON THIS EPISODE: Living Sacrifice "Reborn Empowered" Living Sacrifice "Rejected" Zao "Kathleen Barbra" Norma Jean "Face" The Agony Scene "We Bury Our Dead at Dawn" Living Sacrifice "Imminent War" Stretch Arm Strong "For the Record" Eso-Charis "Born with a Future" Extol "Undeceived" Darkthrone "As Flittermice as Satans Spys" Selfmindead "Always" Norma Jean "Created Something out of Nothing, Only to Destroy" MORE FROM TOOTH & NAIL: * Labeled: Music From The Podcast: smarturl.it/labeledplaylist * DISCOVER IT: New Tracks from T&N Records: smarturl.it/TNNDiscover * This Is Solid State: New Tracks from Solid State Records: https://spoti.fi/2CUCsaH * Tooth & Nail Store (LABELED Patreon members get 20% off everything): tnn.lnk.to/store
Each week, join your hosts Steven Smith (disarmingly charming television host from Fuse, Myspace and VH1), Jonah Bayer (freelance journalist and former Music Editor of Alternative Press), Benny Horowitz (drummer for The Gaslight Anthem), and producer Brad Worrell as they talk with your favorite musicians, celebs and industry insiders seeing where the conversation takes them.
Rank #1: #300 - Live at Knitting Factory.
For our 300th episode, we recorded live, in front of an audience at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Guests were Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker, Brian Baker of Minor Threat and Bad Religion, and Laura Stevenson. What a blast!
Rank #2: #33 with Rob Pope.
Rob Pope, bassist in The Get Up Kids talking about the Lawrence, Kansas BYOB strip club known as the Outhouse, why he's such a fan of Midwestern regionalism and his other artistic endeavors including his own studio and screen-printing shop.
Stay stimulated! This show is all about getting people who know stuff to talk about it in depth. I believe that is one of the best ways to learn, to be genuinely interested and to explore in long form conversation.
Rank #1: Mike Wilkerson and Some of What Happened at Mars Hill (Ep 72).
Hear Mike Wilkerson's conversation continued from last time with more detail. How do you respect people's minds in difficult situations to make decisions for themselves? Trusting other people to put pieces of the puzzle together on their own instead of telling all at the harm of others. Links and Sponsors:breakitdownpod.com https://www.patreon.com/breakitdownpod emerymusic.comhttp://bswusa.com/ code DOWN for 10% off https://joeysturgistones.com/ code PODCAST20 for 20% off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: How to Recognize a Cult with Daniel Shaw (Ep 119).
My fascination with the Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country lead to a conversation with today's guest Daniel Shaw, who has personal experience being in a cult. He is a psychoanalyst in private practice in NYC, and most recently wrote a book called "Traumatic Narcissism: Relational System of Subjugation." Links & Sponsors:breakitdownpod.comFacebookEmery Tour: emerymusic.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Two experienced artist managers and music industry professionals bring you their take on the modern day music business and how they mentally approach the profession of management. Join Blasko and Mike Mowery as they cover hot topics in the industry, answer fan questions, provide insight on sales numbers and showcase new music with a slant toward developing artists.
Rank #1: How Much Does It Cost To Tour In 2018?.
This week while Blasko is out, Mike is joined by Nick "Biggie" Grimaldi of Good Fight Management. Check out Biggie's roster here.Follow Biggie on Twitter/Instagram: @biggiexxx.Mike and Biggie discuss the Hypebot article "How Much Does It Cost To Tour In 2018?" by Royalty Exchange.----Touring is where the money is at in today’s music business. But it’s also where most of the expenses lie as well. Creating a realistic tour budget can help your time on the road be successful, but it’s far from a guarantee that you’ll end up turning a profit. The band Pomplamoose famously lost almost $12,000 on the month-long tour they wrote about in 2014. From transportation, to gear, to routing, to accommodations, to paying third parties… having a good idea how much touring costs is essential for musicians who hope to make their time out on the road worth their while.Don’t let your tour turn into a money pit. Smart budgeting, and planning expenses ahead of time, can make the difference between a meaningful payday or a career-ending debacle. ----Support The Kyle Pavone Foundation at KylePavoneFoundation.org.Use code MENTAL for 15% off your first year of website hosting at Bandzoogle.com.Rockabilia is your One Stop Shop for all band merch with the largest selection of officially licensed music merchandise in the world! Use PCJABBERJAW for 15% off www.rockabilia.comWant more industry insight? Head over to Outerloop Coaching www.outerloopcoaching.com Email any questions or comments for the podcast to email@example.comJoin the ManageMental Group on Facebook here!Follow Blasko on Twitter/IG: @blasko1313Follow Mike Mowery on Twitter/IG: @mikeoloopManageMental is part of the Jabberjaw Media Network. www.jabberjawmedia.com Check out Blasko’s Spotify Playlist here volumeforever.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: The Final Warped Tour and A Discussion About Sexual Harassment Allegations.
The Vans Warped Tour has announced 2018 will be the last year for the seminal summer festival that has run across the country for 23 years. Mike and Blasko reflect on the history of Warped Tour, what the end of this era means for summer tours, and consider what could be next for the Warped brand. To learn more about the final Vans Warped Tour head to http://vanswarpedtour.com/2017/finaltour/---The hosts also comment on the current sexual harassment allegations in entertainment, specifically in music and give perspective to young bands. To reference the article mentioned in this episode go tohttps://www.spin.com/featured/fyf-fest-sean-carlson-sexual-harassment-assault-allegations/---We want to hear from you so please don’t hesitate to email any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.orgFind Blasko on Twitter and Instagram: @blasko1313Find Mike Mowery on Twitter and Instagram: @mikeoloopManageMental is part of the Jabberjaw Media Network www.jabberjawmedia.com and sponsored by Rockabilia www.rockabilia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Musician, former television host, and podcaster Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed, Kingdom of Sorrow, Jasta and the former host of MTV's Headbanger's Ball) interviews your heroes every Monday and Thursday. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show a week before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code JASTA to save 15% on the entire network.
Rank #1: Episode #494 - Max Cavalera (Soulfly).
Hey Everybody! coming up on episode 500 I am trying to get you all the guests you ever asked for and on this one we have Metal Legend, Max Cavalera of Sepultura, Soulfly, and Cavalera Conspiracy and we talk about the long journey that it took to get to where we are today! Ozzfest stories, writing songs and where we get the ideas for lyrics, and Max tell us about his red guitar that ended up in a museum! What a great time we had recording this, Check It Out!Support Our SponsorsMonsterenergy.comindiemerchstore.com code 15JASTARebel8.com code JASTA20infinitecbd.com/jasta code JAMEY15akconfession.commartyrstore.netThe newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show five days before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code JASTA to save 15% on the entire network
Rank #2: Episode #493 - Blasko (Ozzy Osbourne).
Hey Everybody! coming up on episode 500 we have a crazy lineup and this one is a banger! Bass Beast Rob "Blasko" Nicholson, from Ozzy, Zakk Sabbath, Danzig, Prong, Cryptic Slaughter, this guy has has been in so many bands. On this episode we talk about crazy stage shows, making sure you are bringing the right merch out on the road, album production, and we talk about some things we may have done differently in we could go back in time! Check it out!Support Our SponsorsMonsterenergy.comindiemerchstore.com code 15JASTARebel8.com code JASTA20akconfession.commartyrstore.netinfinitecbd.com/jasta code JASTA15The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show five days before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code JASTA to save 15% on the entire network.
The best podcast ever.
Rank #1: EP #004 - What the hell is a Matt Skiba?.
Its been awhile...again, but we're back and so much to talk about, and talk to. We're talking about talking to Matt Skiba and the upcoming blink182 shows. Other topics we touch on, Cystic Fibrosis charity auction of a handpainted bass by Greg "Craola" Simkins, should a grown man ride a BMX? Kemper technology and more. This podcast is McDonalds.
Rank #2: EP #003 - Happy Holidays?.
It's the first podcast of the new year. We talk about the lack of Christmas gifts, Game of Thrones, and we catch up with Alex and Jack from All Time Low and even get to listen to the new single from their forthcoming album Future Brights - "Something's Gotta Give". We also talk with music photo maven Megan Thompson, who tells us about the photo industry and what it takes to make it as a photographer in Los Angeles.
Damian Abraham can be many things... the singer of a critically acclaimed band, a failed VJ, a host for Vice…a parent, but certainly he is a punk music obsessive.Each week, he sits down and chats with an interesting person from the far reaching worlds of entertainment to find out how their life was changed by the discovery of a novelty genre that supposedly died out in 1978... PUNK.
Rank #1: Episode 185 - Cedric Bixler-Zavala (At The Drive-In, The Mars Volta, Foss, Antemasque, Anywhere, De Facto etc.).
On anyone's list of all-time greatest front people in music, they would have to include this week's guest. CEDRIC BIXLER-ZAVALA HAS FINALLY COME ON THE SHOW!!! Join Damian as he gets to sit down with one of his favourite's to ever wield the microphone & talk about going from a gang affiliated drummer, to trashing the Jools Holland show! Also Touched On: One Of The Best To Ever Do It The Power Of Night Flight Watching Another State of Mind With Your Family The Dead Kennedys Frankenchrist Is The Key Record Uglord One Of The Wildest Bands Ever Ed Ivy From The Rhythm Pigs Starts Throwing Shows Omar & Sonny Meet Lux & Ivy Seeing Punk On TV & Putting Punk On TV The Misfits: A Lot To Love & Love Again The Jools Holland Show & What Went Wrong Reenactment Scene In Punk Distorted Silence: The First Band Joining Phantasma Gloria: The Bad Kid Band The Respect & The Hate That Comes From Being Feared Playing With Christ On A Crutch When Your Two Favourite Local Bands Have Beef Being A Cheerleader A One-Man-Pit In Your Parents House Bad Mothergoose & Sprawl & The Texas Funk Scene Everyone Wanted To Be Red Hot Chilli Peppers & Jane’s Addiction Joining the Three Blind Bats, The House Band For The North East Death Squad Gang The Spermbirds’ Influence On El Paso Scratch Acid, Butthole Surfers, Big Boys: Texas Punk Cherbs, Ed Hall & Trance Syndicate Records When Your New Band Beats Up Your Old Band The Acid Years The Dregtones: Trying To Do Something Really Uncool Meeting Foss & Beto Pretending To Be Rain Sanction Booking No Empathy The Grunge Hangover Touring With FEIST Trench Mouth Looks Like A CULT! “No One Was Interested At All.” Dreaming Of Ebullition Records Getting On Flipside Face To Face Was Pissed! Dodging Full Cans Of Coke Whipped At Your Head AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
Rank #2: Episode 152 - Blake Schwarzenbach (Jawbreaker, Jets To Brazil, Forgetters, Thorns Of Life).
THE WORLD IS AN OYSTER & WE'VE GOT BLAKE SCHWARZENBACH ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK!!! Right on the heels of Jawbreaker's recent show announcements, Blake took sometime out of the practice schedule to sit down & talk everything from The Wipers to Ratt to Econochrist. This one is so much fun, so kickback, relax & get ready…I GOT IT!!! Also Touched On: Blake Is stoked To Meet Damon From Blur Playing With Radiohead, Oasis & NO DOUBT Middle School In Portland An AMAZING First Grip Of Singles: The Wipers, Sado Nation and Echo & The Bunnymen Getting The Forgetters Sound Loving Post-Punk Guitars Growing Up A Music Kid Dad’s New Wave Girlfriend Pat Benatar & Loverboy Van Halen The Kinks Loving Palm Muted Guitar The Beat & Power Pop Moving To LA Going To The Palladium To See The Adolescents Meeting The New Romantics Getting Into The Paisley Underground: Where The Cool Kids Go Dream Syndicate: The Days Of Wine & Roses Seeing the Go-Go’s Give The Drummer Some: Starting In Music On Forming Red Harvest: The Surf Goth Power Trio E Minor C Progression: The Best Magnolia Thunderpussy SST Records Covering Bad Religion Boinker Music: New Wave Crap Renouncing Punk & Getting Into Metal Loving Sludgey Stuff… & Ratt Being Too Angry For Santa Cruz Getting Kicked Out Of College For Arson Going to NYU Reaching Synthesis Learning About East Coast Hardcore Loving The DC Scene Too Much Male Bravado In The CB’s Scene Flower: The Pre-Cell Band Live Skull Embrace Jawbreaker: The Result Of A Happy Failure Dramarama: The Root Of So Much Sending A Tape To MRR The First Show With The Post Three O’Clock Band At Club 88 The Partitions Of LA Government Issue At The AntiClub To LA Meeting Econochrist & Having A Firework Battle Bitchmagnet: An Amazing Band With A Terrible Name Getting On Boner Records… They Were Pretty Dark & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
The Anxious and Angry Podcast is a way for Ryan Young (Off With Their Heads) to get together with friends and talk about anything from music to the how our brains work in ways, which sometimes, aren't in our best interests. The podcast is a chance to contact Ryan and his guest(s) directly for advice, to share interesting stories, or to just vent. Email or call to leave a message that will be addressed in an episode. email@example.com / 800-565-3250.
Rank #1: Episode 42 - ft. Chris Cresswell.
Ryan heads to The Troubadour in Los Angeles to catch up with Chris Cresswell of The Flatliners. He was pretending to sleep.
Rank #2: Episode 5 - ft. Clayton Stevens.
This week, Ryan talks to Clayton Stevens of Touche Amore, answers calls and emails, and shares a sad story from a listener.
Noise Creators helps musicians get to know the best producers in music today. Jesse Cannon hosts a podcast that gets inside these producer's thoughts.
Rank #1: 006 Alan Douches (Brand New, Converge).
This week I have a long talk with Alan Douches the mastering engineer who has probably worked on over half your record collection. To name a few of the records he's worked on is to mention less than he does in a single week, but we'll do it anyway - Converge, Brand New, Mastodon, Saves The Day, Sufjan Stevens, Every Time I Die, etc. etc. Go To NoiseCreators To Get To Know The Producers Behind Your Favorite Records: NoiseCreators.comShow Notes: http://bit.ly/1m8hoBGSubscribe on iTunes: http://apple.co/1Yluk3v and review us there! Overcast.FM http://bit.ly/1I9OPhE and recommend us there!Noise Creators on Twitter: @noisecreatorsJesse Cannon on Twitter: @jessecannon
Rank #2: 057 Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost, Solo, Producer).
In this episode I talk to Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost) about his new solo record, his creative process as well as his work as producer.Go To NoiseCreators To Get To Know The Producers Behind Your Favorite Records: NoiseCreators.comHosted by Jesse Cannon: jessecannon.comShow Notes: http://bit.ly/1m8hoBGSubscribe on iTunes: http://apple.co/1Yluk3v and review us there! Overcast.FM http://bit.ly/1I9OPhE and recommend us there!Noise Creators on Twitter: @noisecreatorsJesse Cannon on Twitter: @jessecannon
The official podcast of MetalSucks, Petar Spajic, Brandon Hahn and Jozalyn Sharp. One featured interview each week with a prominent metal musician, and discussion of the latest headlines in metal news. New episodes every Monday morning.
Rank #1: #241: Every Time I Die's Keith Buckley.
This week we talk to Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley about his new novel Watch. We also discuss his first novel Scale, the authors that influenced him, the importance of writing what you know, the risks he took on the new book, the difference between turning in finished records to labels and books to an editor, the magic behind the song “Map Change," the importance of producer Will Putney on the lyrics of Every Time I Die's latest album Low Teens, an update on new music and much more. Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn break down the preview clip released by the reactivated As I Lay Dying. Who is in the band? Will their comeback be successful? We also discuss the Slayer fan who swam back into a a concert after getting kicked out. Songs: Every Time I Die - “Just As Real But Not As Brightly Lit” Every Time I Die - “Map Change”
Rank #2: #312: Will Putney (Fit for an Autopsy).
Fit For an Autopsy songwriter/guitarist and metal producer Will Putney returns to the show this week to discuss Fit For an Autopsy's new album The Sea of Tragic Beasts. He tells us the dream that motivated the title of the album, how the traumatic issues children in broken homes face influenced it, the positive message that the band tries to put forward, and how he utilizes his artistic output to influence the next generation. Will also recounts the process of producing Body Count’s No Lives Matter, his story of Body Count performing at the Grammys pre-taping, and the story of getting dragged off the stage as fast as possible at the Grammys. Petar, Brandon, and Sylvia break down the statement released by Chris Adler in regards to his departure from Lamb of God, Zakk Wylde not being involved in the new Ozzy solo record, and Danny Carey’s statement about Tool not being a metal band. Songs: “Mirrors" and “Shepherd” by Fit For an Autopsy, “The Last Gasp of Street Rock N’ Roll” by Ramallah.
Bad Wolves and ex-God Forbid guitar player Doc Coyle talks to professionals in the music world and other creative industries about the challenges and transitions of leaving monumental ventures. This podcast is for those passionate and driven 20-30 somethings at a crossroads trying to figure out "what's next?"
Rank #1: Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed).
On this very special 100th episode of The Ex-Man podcast, Doc welcomes Hatebreed vocalist and Jasta Show podcast host Jamey Jasta and they talk about Hatebreed's place in the NWOAHM, the state of rock radio, dealing with politics within the music industry, how Entombed and Sepultura influenced early Hatebreed, how growing up poor in urban Connecticut shaped his world view in feeling Iike an underdog, where his entrepreneurial ambitions stem from, how his time as a booking agent informed him on Iearning from the mistakes from other underground bands, helping create a community by extending an olive branch to up and coming artists, being an innovator as frontman with stage banter, and the Chvrches/Gojira controversy.This episode features the songs "Home" by Eclipsica, "Are You In There" by NeverWake, and "13 Appears" by Jasta featuring Tommy Victor.Follow Jamey on Instagram and Twitter @JameyJastaFollow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyleSupport our show sponsors Eclipsica at www.eclipsicamusic.com and NeverWake at www.neverwakemusic.com/Buy the Rockabilia.com Exclusive Ex-Man T-shirt here - www.rockabilia.com/doc-coyle-the-e…irt-402964.htmlListen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Mark Hunter (ex-Chimaira).
Doc's guest is Mark Hunter, singer of the now defunct New Wave of American Heavy Metal band Chimaira. They discuss the demise of the band, the early years and how the band got signed, dealing with their Nu Metal growing pains, how the band never felt comfortable in their own shoes or took time to enjoy the success, what it felt like to have original band members quit one-by-one, the rise and fall of Chimaira 2.0, and Mark's new career as a photographer.This episode features the song "This Is Why We Ride" from the Body Count album Bloodlust and a clip from the Chimaira song "Save Ourselves" from their self-titled album.Check out the JabberJaw recommended show Manage Mental - https://goo.gl/rVNVLcSupport The Ex Man by shopping at www.doccoyle.net/amazonFollow Doc on Twitter and Instagram - @DocCoyle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices