Adam Sewell (Stereo Dynamite Recordings) talked to Danko about working at The Record Peddler, playing in Monster Voodoo Machine, working with Simone Denny and managing Lacuna Coil.
This is the Official Podcast Of Danko Jones. Danko is joined by comedian Nick Flanagan to talk about just about anything and everything. Sometimes they're joined by a special guest too. It's fun stuff all around. Welcome!
Katon De Pena, singer of the legendary Hirax, is on the podcast to talk about taking care of your voice on tour, Lemmy Kilmister and Motörhead, being in charge of the the Lemmy statue, DJing at The Rainbow Bar & Grill, Phleg Camp, buying records and, of course, Hirax!!!
Chris Bruni is the owner of Profound Lore Records, one of the most interesting and heaviest music labels around. Danko drove to Kitchener, Ontario to talk to Chris at Profound Lore HQ about running a record label, living in Kitchener, experimental music, melody in music and his background in classical music.
Greg Renoff is the author of “Van Halen Rising”, which documents Van Halen early years. Danko and Greg discuss the book, David Lee Roth’s lost movie, “Crazy From The Heat”, and Van Halen on Twitter.
Mille Petrozza, singer/guitarist of the legendary metal band – Kreator, met up with Danko to talk about the first time they met, Metallica, Wacken Open Air Festival, The Scorpions, Rocket From The Crypt, online comments and, of course, Kreator.
Frank Novinec of Hatebreed (Ringworm, Integrity, Terror) jumps on the podcast to talk KISS, nothing but KISS and his time on The Kiss Kruise. Hold on to your hats because this is 100% KISS ARMY talk. This episode is guaranteed to turn Kiss haters into Kiss Army members.
Inge Johansson (The (International) Noise Conspiracy, Against Me) talked to Danko about Glenn Danzig’s new album, “Skeletons”, The Danzig Legacy TV Special and attending a Danzig aftershow. This is an in-depth talk between two über-Danzig fanatics. Who doesn’t love Glenn Danzig? This episode is Glenn Danzig from beginning to end.
Danko caught up with Michel “Away” Langevin, drummer for the legendary Voivod, arguably Canada’s greatest band ever, when they both played in Eindhoven, Holland, for SpeedFest. Talk ranged from Hellfest, future plans, Voivod’s formation, Blacky’s hairstyle, Michel’s artwork, Tau Cross and Danko’s Voivodian name.