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Happy New Year, I hope everyone had a great holiday.  I'm kicking this year off with a solo episode. It'd kind of an experiment that I may or may not do again in the future.  I'm leaving for tour tomorrow so if I didn't do an episode this week, I wouldn't be able to post one until February.

Hopefully, I see some of you out there.

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Its an epic episode with Erik Rutan (Hate Eternal, Morbid Angel). We talk about making important life decisions, life on the road and death metal.

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Andrew and I talk about the upcoming UFC events, Vanzant vs Namajunas, Edgar vs Mendes and long-awaited UFC 194 Aldo vs McGregor card. This episode brought to you by SAVAGE GOLD COFFEE #staygold

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A while back I met Jenn Needleman while working on her film series Fort Knox, a comedy about grinding out a career in the Hip Hop world.  Tonight we had a reunion, Jenn showed up at my place with actors Stephen Hill (Boardwalk Empire, Lewis and Clark), Thomas  Rodriguez (improv comedian) and Kevin Edwards (True 2 Life) and the conversation started cracking.  Between talking about mooshing certain well-known directors, conspiracy theories and my knife collection, we managed to meditate on the hectic work schedule we kept to actualize Season 1 of Fort Knox.

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Bands come and go. These days there seems to be an endless stream of bands that form, put out a record and tap out after a few years of hard touring. There are few bands that can stand the test of time like Sick of It All. Amidst a wave a reunions and nostalgia trips, SOIA have pretty much been the same bunch of guys making music they love, working hard and making an indelible mark on the face of American Hardcore.

 

It’s with great honor that I welcome Lou Koller, Sick of It All’s frontman, to the Everything Went Black Podcast.

 

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My buddy Doug Moore stopped by for a weeknight hang to talk about Pyrrhon, "The Black Market" his column on Stereogum, band reunions and the trials of being a music journalist.

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Writer Anthony Pappalardo talks about living the low life in Boston, hardcore and survival in the seat of American capitalism.

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A while back I had Dave and Hank on to promote the Kickstarter Campaign for the reissue of the first three Craw records.  Over the past several months there have been a series of changes to the gameplan, some reunion show announcements and other developments that we will discuss on this episode.

For those of you unfamiliar with Craw, I urge you to check this out.  If you are a regular Everything Went Black listener, most likely you are into good music and will appreciate what they brought to the table.  Craw has mostly been a "musician's band" meaning that they never quite caught on with the casual music fan. Their fanbase mainly consisted of dudes in other bands that played with them and experienced the raw power of their live performance.

Their first three albums "Craw", "Lost Nation Road" and "Map, Monitor, Surge" are out-of-print and pretty much impossible to find, so this reissue project that Hank has undertaken is truly something special.  Their final album "Bodies for Strontium 90" was released by Hydrahead Records and is still available.

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Jon and I had a Sunday afternoon chat about the new Fight Amp seven-inch on Reptilian Records and the upcoming West Coast Tour.

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Chillin' with Stavros of the Atlas Moth in the basement of St Vitus.

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