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Happy 4th of July if you live in the United States. We’re going through some…interesting times, so hang in there my friends.

 

Last week, Tombs played Hellfest, one of the coolest, most well-run music festivals in Europe, if not the entire planet. Check out my rundown of the whole whirlwind of van rides, flights, bread, cheese and hard rocking.

 

Intro : “Man on the Silver Mountain” – Rainbow

Outro : “Locust Star” - Neurosis

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Music PR specialist, DJ and Artist Aleix Martinez joins us this for this episode. We talk about a plethora of topics including Pride Month, Masculinity, the Misfits Reunion, gay biker clubs his upcoming DJ Night in NYC.

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My buddy Dustin Koetsch of Heavy Metal History Podcast joins us for this Swapcast episode. This will go up on both podcasts in the attempt to spread the word to like-minded people. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the Heavy Metal History Podcast, it’s a topical exploration into the background of various metal bands and records. A whole back, I was a guest and had a blast.

 

Instagram : HeavyMetalHistory

Website: https://www.heavymetalhistorypodcast.com/

Facebook: HeavyMetalHistoryPodcast

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Colin Burns is an artist, musician and all-around creative force. I caught up with him during the opening of Cult Awareness Network, his art show that is currently up at the Storefront Project in New York City.

 

I met Colin way back in the early 90’s, during my Boston years. He fronted two of my favorite bands from that era, La Gritona and Slaughtershack.

 

You can connect with Colin at:

Instram: colinburnsart

For webstore:

Cashmachine.la

Music:

https://soundcloud.com/brutnrsk

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Time flies on broken wings. In this short episode I talk about turning half a century old, getting the work done, fear of death and the void, the disappointing attempt to watch Kalifornia late one night and some praise for David Fincher's future classic Fight Club

 

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Australian Rock is the topic this time around. Randy and I get into, not so much a comprehensive list of bands, but a list of bands that we dig and think you would like as well. If you are into Nick Cave, JG Thirwell, Lubircated Goat and Beast of Bourbon check this out.

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Angelo Richardson is the new welterweight Champ of Ammo Fight League and one of the coaches at Golden Falcon Gym, one of the best MMA gyms in New England. Angelo was able to make some time to talk about his martial arts journey, dealing with the stress of competition and the trajectory of his fight career.

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Terence Hannum, author, multi-instrumentalist member of experimental, electronics-infused metal band Locrian and visual artist returns to talk about his new body horror novella All Internal published by Dynatox Ministries. Terence published his first novella, Beneath the Remains back in 2016 and his non-fiction writing has appeared on Noisey, Bandcamp and on his own blog http://www.terencehannum.com/blog

Additionally, he hosts a radio show on WLOY called Dead Air that focuses on horror soundtracks.

Pre-order his new novella All Internal using the link below

http://dynatox.storenvy.com/products/23645325-all-internal-by-terence-hannum

Intro Music : “Obsidian” – John Carpenter

Outro Music : “ Return to Annihilation” - Locrian

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Another solo chat where I talk about Retrospective Introspection, achieving some of the Patreon goals, Judas Priest and Saxon, Everything You Love Will Burn and some upcoming Tombs stuff.

 

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Kyle Laurel is a mainstay in the Brooklyn Metal Scene. If you've been around for the past few years, you probably saw Kyle. In addition to being a spoken word artist and active in the suspension scene.

We hit a bunch of topics including

  • capitalism
  • free speech
  • yellow journalism and the Metalsucks music site
  • black metal
  • actual violence vs perceived  violence

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