Phil Rind finally makes an appearance on the podcast. It’s been a long time coming and this episode doesn’t disappoint. Danko and Phil talk about Phil’s upcoming spoken word show at Wacken Open Air, James Hetfield, Don Jamieson & Eddie Trunk, being a grammar cop, Teenage Time Killers and 30 years since their debut album – Ignorance.
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Jocke Berg, lead singer for Hardcore Superstar, jumps on the podcast to talk about Plasma Blast, CJ Sleez, live albums, Iggy Pop, AC/DC, Lemmy & Motörhead, Ronnie James Dio, Nifelheim and Van Halen.
Metal Blade Records resident comedian, Don Jamieson, returns to the podcast to talk about VH1’s That Metal Show, Black Star Riders, Philomena Lynott & Thin Lizzy, Andrew “Dice” Clay, Dave Mustaine, Gunfire-N-Sodomy, Blonde and Crossbones and his latest album, “Communication Breakdown”, out on Metal Blade Records.
The one and only David Vincent caught up with Danko to talk about all his new musical projects. They discuss his new outlaw country project, joining The Head Cat, making videos, living in Austin, Texas, voiceover work for “Realm Of The Damned”, and his appearance in Josh Vargas’ “Hairmetal Shotgun Zombie Massacre” film.
Tommy Victor, lead singer and guitarist for Prong, stopped by the podcast to talk about the beginnings of Prong, CBGB, Glenn Danzig, Samhain and Paul Raven. (special appearance by Derrick Green)
Dave Brownsound sat down with Danko during a short tour together this past April. Talk revolved around Ian D’Sa, Kerry King, Anthrax, Black Cat Attack, Brown Brigade and Danko’s Death Angel jacket.
Arve Isdal, a.k.a. Ice Dale, joins Danko to talk about Paul Stanley, Paul Di’Anno, King Ov Hell, Abbath & the band “I”, and rock t-shirts.