Harley Flanagan is on the podcast. ’Nuff said. The man, the legend. His book, “Hardcore: A Life Of My Own”, is an incredible read and out on Feral House books. Harley and Danko talk about writing the book, Motörhead, Anthony Bourdain and, of course, The Cro-Mags. This episode is a must-listen.
Mike Alonso, drummer of Flogging Molly, jumps on the podcast to talk about garage rock, Katmandu, Speedball, joining Flogging Molly, Metallica and tape trading.
Nick Sewell returns to talk about Biblical’s new album, “The City That Always Sleeps”, The Hellacopters, Glenn Danzig, The Misfits and The Dwarves. Nick Flanagan returns as well with his first appearance in over a year.
Tad Doyle returns to the podcast to talk about his new classical symphonic album, “Incineration Ceremony”, out on Yuggoth Records.
Danko chatted with Gil Garcia, the number one Paul Stanley lookalike in America. Talk revolves around Kiss and Gil’s experiences as the Starchild. When it comes to Kiss and the Kiss Army, this podcast is a Team Paul podcast. #TeamPaul
Devin and Danko met up at this year’s Graspop Metal Meeting to chit chat. It’s just two Canadians far away from home meeting up in Belgium!
Damian Abraham of Fucked Up brought Remo, The Urban Grower, onto the podcast at the Greenhouse Vapour Lounge to discuss all things marijuana. With the legalization of marijuana in Canada just around the corner, it’s a subject on everyone’s mind these days.
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.