Why can't we all just get along? Surely this thought pops into a metalhead's mind whenever his/her favorite guitarist leaves a band. Let's face it: this has been going on for decades - generally happening in bands featuring the lead singer's name (e.g. Dio, Ozzy, Dokken, etc...) But what drives that wedge between the lead singer and the guitarist? Join Genghis & Ragman as they discuss this phenomenon. Next, the boys round up Martyrd guitarist Michael Andreas for a one on one, as Mike discusses the band's latest single, Faceless, as well as their upcoming new album.
DVD of the Show: Dio - Live in London (Hammersmith Apollo 1993)
|Beer of the Show: Black Forest Chocolate Cherry Porter (Harpoon Brewery)|
"This nicely balanced dessert beer has a sophisticated flavor profile that minimizes the bite of its nearly 10% ABV. Nice work!"
2nd Beer of the Show: Lenin's Revenge (Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company)
Featured Tracks: Winger - Queen Babylon; Dio - Strange Highways; Eat the Gun - At the End of the Day; Sebastian Bach - Gun to a Knife Fight; Winger - Tin Soldier; Whitesnake - All Out of Luck; Black Country Communion - Afterglow; Gus G - My Will Be Done; Martyrd - Pain of Reason and Faceless
Ragman's Classic of the Show: Lion - Powerlove
Genghis' Pick of the Show: EZO - House of 1,000 Pleasures
Ragman's Pick of the Show: The Intersphere - The Ghost of a Chance
Genghis' Pick of the Show: Prong - Come to Realize
- Ragman is back in the saddle again...