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CD of the Month
  • Mudvayne
    by Mudvayne
  • Lords of Chaos: The Bloody Rise of the Satanic Metal Underground New Edition
    Lords of Chaos: The Bloody Rise of the Satanic Metal Underground New Edition
    by Michael Moynihan, Didrik Soderlind
  • Retribution
    by Shadows Fall
  • Brutal Legend
    Brutal Legend
    Electronic Arts

Podcast Interview: Gus G

The boys recently caught up with Ex-Ozzy/Firewind guitarist Gus G to discuss his band's recent US tour supporting Vinnie Moore. Gus also discussed his time in Ozzy as well as what we can expect from him in the future.

And hey if you dig the Gus G's music as much as we do, then show him some love by purchasing his music from your favorite online store won't you?  HORNS UP!

Featured Tracks: Firewind - Lady of 1,000 Sorrows, Gus G - Don't Tread on Me, Nothing to Say, Ozzy Osbourne - Let it Die

-Ragman is gearing up for some new Firewind.

Podcast Interview: Gus G


Podcast Interview: Rudy Sarzo (The Guess Who)

The boys recently caught up with The Guess Who bassist Rudy Sarzo to discuss the band's recent release The Future Is What It Used to Be.  Rudy discussed how he was recruited into the band and that he has made this band his top priority.  Rudy also discusses many of his past bands.

And hey if you dig the The Guess Who's music as much as we do, show them some love by purchasing their singles from your favorite online store won't you?  HORNS UP!

Featured Tracks: Quiet Riot - Metal Health, The Guess Who - Playin On the Radio, When We Were Young, In America.

-Ragman is not giving up hope for a 2nd Project Driver album.

Podcast Interview - Rudy Sarzo



Fast-rising heavy rockers, One, had just unveiled their fourth studio album overall, ‘All or Nothing.’ The Montreal-based band - which is comprised of Danny Rossi (vocals), Chris Staniforth (guitars), Phil Hardy (bass), and Sean Pothier (drums) - returned to work with producer Kevin Jardine (Slaves On Dope, Darryl ‘DMC’ Mc Daniels), who has produced the bands last three albums. 
All Or Nothing’ follows a lengthy tour behind the bands 3rd album, ‘Worlds Collide,’ which carried the band across the continental United States several times. “We love life on the road,” explains Staniforth. “But there reaches a point that you need some new music. It took way longer than we ever expected, however we are very pleased with the final product.”
And now, music fans will be able to confirm that the long wait was well-worth it, with the release of ‘All or Nothing.’ 
1. Clawing At My Insides
2. Am I Beautiful
3. Down To The Wire
4. On My Way To Nowhere
5. What Are We Fighting For
6. All I'm After
7. Seventh Son
8. Annie
9. Undeniable
10. The Unknown
11. Last Goodbye
12. Suffocating Me

Podcast #243:  Desert

If you were trapped on a desert island, and were given the choice to pick one song from each of your favorite artists, to listen to, for the rest of your days, what would it be?  Join Genghis and Ragman as they ponder which songs would last them for a lifetime.  This ain't your normal, let's pick an album thing; This is much more selective and crucial.  Some fof the choices are obvious, but not all of them.  Next the boys ran in to guitar god, Doug Aldrich from The Dead Daisies.  Doug sat down with us to discuss The Daisies latest tour as well as their last record Burn it Down.  Doug also discusses some of his previous bands like Lion and Bad Moon Rising.

DVD of the Show:  Orden Ogan - Gunmen (Bonus DVD - Live from Wacken)

Beer of the Show:  903 Brewery - Crackin' Up Pecan Porter

Beer Rating:  3

Featured Tracks: Cacophony - Desert Island, Orden Ogan - The Face of Silence, Merryweather/Stark - It Ain't Pretty, Judas Priest - The Sentinel, Thin Lizzy - Cold Sweat, Kiss - Rock N Roll Hell, Van Halen - Hear About it Later, Scorpions - Animal Magnetism, Megadeth - Holy Wars, Anthrax - Got the Time, AC/DC - Jailbreak, Lion - Powerlove, The Dead Daisies - Set Me Free, Dead and Gone, Last Time I Saw the Sun

Ragman's Classic of the Show:  Europe - Halfway to Heaven

Genghis' Classic of the Show:  Queensryche - Queen of the Ryche 

Ragman's Pick of the Show:  Lordi - Naked in My Cellar

Genghis' Pick of the Show:  Michael Romeo - Believe

-Ragman is prepping for Halloween.

Podcast #243: Desert


Podcast #242:  Aging

As we get older, we see our heroes getting older as well.  Many of our favorite artists are retiring, as well as passing away.  It is a grim reality, but something we must face as fans.  The most important thing is to honor the ones that put the smiles on our faces, and our fists in the air.  Join Genghis and Ragman as they discuss some of their favorite bands and their farewell tours.  Also, the boys dissect the killer new DVD from Mr. Big.  Next the boys chat it up with drummer, Michael Ehre, from one of their favorite new bands The Unity.  Michael discusses their latest album Rise as well as their transformation from Love Might Kill to The Unity.

DVD of the Show:  Mr. Big - Live From Milan

Beer of the Show:  Spindletap - 5% Tint

Beer Rating:  4

Featured Tracks:  Snakes In Paradise - Silent Sky, Van Halen - Poundcake, Mr. Big - Stranger in My Life, Mr. Big - Just Take My Heart, Vince Neil - Look in Her Eyes, Sons of Apollo - Lost in Oblivion, The Unity - No More Lies, Road to Nowhere, Welcome Home, Never Forget

Ragman's Classic of the Show:  Vinnie Vincent Invasion - Shoot You Full of Love

Genghis' Classic of the Show:  Paul Gilbert - I Understand Completely

Ragman's Pick of the Show:  Ultraphonix - Heart Full of Rain

Genghis' Pick of the Show:  The Unity - The Storm

-Ragman can't believe he didn't put 2 and 2 together with The Unity.

Podcast #242: Aging