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Kyle Thomas (Exhorder)

In this chat with Exhorder's Kyle Thomas, we explore the band's album "Defectum Omnium," set to release via Nuclear Blast in early March 2024. Kyle sheds light on the album's…

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Dana Strum (Slaughter/ Vinnie Vincent Invasion/ Vince Neil)

Slaughter is gearing up for performances at Glam Fest. The highly anticipated conversation with Dana has finally arrived, and he certainly lives up to expectations, from sharing insights on Ozzy…

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Hugh Cornwell (ex-The Stranglers)

Hugh will tour Australia from July to August 2024, performing solo hits and beloved classics from The Stranglers' repertoire. In our conversation, we delve into his literary pursuits, his podcast…

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Ivan Gujic & Sindre Johnsen (Blood Red Throne) aboard 70000 Tons

This episode features a conversation with Ivan Meathook Gujic (guitars) and Sindre Wathne Johnsen (vox) from Blood Red Throne, captured aboard 70000 Tons of Metal 2024. We explore the cruise's…

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Aaron Stainthorpe (My Dying Bride) aboard 70000 Tons

This episode features a conversation with Aaron Stainthorpe (My Dying Bride), captured aboard 70000 Tons of Metal 2024. We explore the cruise's atmosphere and dive into discussions about My Dying…

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Tom Angelripper (Sodom) aboard 70000 Tons

This episode features a discussion with Tom Angelripper from Sodom. The conversation was recorded aboard the 70000 Tons of Metal 2024 cruise. We delve into the event's atmosphere and discuss…

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Felipe Andreoli (Angra) aboard 70000 Tons

This episode features a conversation with Felipe Andreoli from Angra, captured aboard 70000 Tons of Metal 2024. We explore the cruise's atmosphere and dive into discussions about Angra's journey and…

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