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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: Marq Torien (Bulletboys)

The boys recently caught up with Bulletboys vocalist/guitarist Marq Torien to discuss their latest release, From Out of the Skies. Marq  discusses the evolution of the Bulletboys and how he has grown as a songwriter over the years.  He also shares his feeling regarding the band's older material, and how they have broken out of that mold and become the band they are today.  You don't want to miss this one.

And hey if you dig the Bulletboys music as much as we do, show them some love by purchasing From Out of the Skies from your favorite online store won't you?  HORNS UP!

Featured Tracks: Symphony, PRAB, HiFi Once Upon a Time, Saving You From Me

-Ragman is glad that the Bulletboys don't live in the past and continue to put out kick ass music.

Podcast Interview: Marq Torien (Bulletboys)


Podcast Interview: Gus G

The boys recently caught up with Gus G to discuss his latest release, Fearless.  Gus discusses the idea of Fearless being more of a group effort, rather than him hiring several guests to come in and play.  He talks about the role that Dennis Ward played and delivered.  Gus also talked about his upcoming tour as well as his time in Ozzy's band.  You don't want to miss this one.

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

Featured Tracks: Brand New Revolution, Letting Go, Big City, Thrill of the Chase, Money for Nothing, Generation G.

-Ragman can't wait to see Gus do this stuff live later in the year.

Podcst Interview - Gus G


Podcast # 233:  Thorn

What price would you pay to meet your favorite band?  VIP packages are all the rage now, and a good way for a band to make some serious coin.  Are VIP packages getting out of control, or is it worth every penny?  Join Genghis and Ragman as they discuss this new fad, and what their limits are.  Next the boys talk about Poison and their upcoming tour.  If that weren't enough the boys caught up with Little Caesar vocalist Ron Young for a heart to heart.  Ron discusses the ban's latest effort Eight as well as the woes of the music industry.

DVD of the Show:  Poison - Live, Raw & Uncut

Beer of the Show:  Parish - Maple Shade  Beer Rating:   3.5

Featured Tracks:  Valis Ablaze - Faster Than Light, Poison - Talk Dirty to Me, Stand, Sexual Thing, All That Remains - If I'm Honest, Peter Frampton - Do You Fell Like We Do, AC/DC - Jailbreak, Mr. Big - Take Cover, Little Caesar - Hard Times, Good Times, That's Alright, Morning, Turn My World Around.

Ragman's Classic of the Show:  Kiss - Not for the Innocent

Genghis' Classic of the Show:  Aldo Nova - Monkey on Your Back

Ragman's Pick of the Show:  Tricky Lobsters - Big Book

Genghis' Pick of the Show:  Thundermother - Fire in the Rain

-Ragman can't believe how long it took to get this show up.  Sorry guys!

Podcast # 233: Thorn


Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Killer Klowns from Outer Space is one of those cult classics that I had never seen, until now.  Yep, Arrow Video has done it again and brought back a cult classic and given it new life.  If you're like me, back in the day, when this originally came out, once I heard the title I thought, one day I might watch that, but only if I'm totally bored.  Well as time has passed and I have become more open to B-movies/cult classics, I figured that now was time to see what all the hype was about.

KKFOS is about a group of alien clowns that land somewhere in middle America and start terrorizing the local folk.  What they do, is entertain them and then capture them with their popcorn guns before putting them into a cotton candy cocoon.  I know this sounds ridiculous, and it is, but it is kind of fun to watch.  The story centers around the couple Debbie and Mike, who discover these comical monsters, and do everything in their power to stop them.

KKFOS is a fun ride.  The movie looks excellent restored.  I had a good time watching this one, even though there was some pretty bad acting.  The special effects weren't half bad, for the time.  All in all an entertaining watch.  This is one to put in after you've kicked a few back.

Bottom Line: Another nostalgic cult classic gets the royal treatment, and come out smelling like a rose.  A fun ride from start to finish.

-Ragman would like to see this one re-made, but as a true horror film.  Now that would be interesting.


Podcast # 232:  Crimson

What would it take for you to re-buy an album?  A bonus disk with extra tracks, a bonus DVD, etc...?  At what point is it worth throwin' down more money for something you already own?  Join Genghis and Ragman as they ponder this question and more.  If that wasn't enough, the boys caught up with new comers Savage Hands for a state of the union.  Ragman chats it up with vocalist Mike Garrow who gives us the skinny on the band's debut record Barely Alive as well as their current tour plans.

DVD of the Show: W.A.S.P. - The Crimson Idol (Re-Idolized)

Beer of the Show:  Adelbert's Brewery - Blackberry Barrel of Love  Beer Rating:  4

Featured Tracks:  Stone Broken - Heartbeat Away, Black Veil Brides - Our Destiny, W.A.S.P - Animal, Loudness - I'm Still Alive, Savage Hands - Know it Well, Red, Taken, You're Own Hell

Ragman's Classic of the Show:  Rough Cutt- Black Widow

Genghis' Classic of the Show:  Pantera -A New Level

Ragman's Pick of the Show:  Asking Alexandria - Alone In a Room

Genghis' Pick of the Show: Saxon - Thunderbolt

-Ragman is gearing up for a very busy concert schedule.

Podcast #232: Crimson