Join our very own Big Sloppy for an in person conversation with Henry Flury and Chase Brickenden of The Butcher Babies, recorded live at the 2017 Aftershock Festival in Sacramento CA. The Butcher Babies put on an explosive show at this years event, and we were there to catch it! Check out the new album “Lilith” available everywhere you get your music now.HBBUTCHERBABIES Download
This episode we talk with director, writer, actor, and musician Anthony C. Ferrante. Well known as the man behind the Sharknado films, but his credits extend well into several spooky titles (Boo,The headless Horseman, Hansel and Gretel) that he has written, directed, and acted in. Anthony and actor Robbie Rist are also founding members of the band Quint. An eclectic rock act responsible for several soundtrack favorites including the Romones inspired “(The Ballad of) Sharknado“.
This episode we get to know Shane White, drummer for the hard hitting London based band HammerjacK. Shane fills us in on the all things Hammerjack, and gives us some insight into his views on the state of the music industry and it’s future. Do yourself a favor and listen to this episode, then go get some HammerjacK in your playlist!HBHAMMERJACK Download
This episode we get to know Dan Johnson. Dan is a first class A-list drummer, and hired gun in the music industry that regularly tours with powerhouse acts such as Brian “Head” Welch’s “Love and Death” and “Red“. We talk with Dan about his influences, challenges, life on the road, the forthcoming “Love and Death” album and much more.
This episode we travel to the depths of Austria to hang out with Ralph,
(Im)Martl, Mex, Haui, and Mottl of Silius. We have a few beers and discuss the bands origins, influences, style, and the new new album “Hell Awakening“. Join us and this bad ass group of groove metal thrashers for some laughs and killer music.
This episode we talk with Sam Kritzer, Wolfgang King, Landon Ferris, and Alex Bender of Los Angeles based Melted Vinyl. This group of young men have old souls, and classic sensibilities when it comes to their music. Blending classic rock, blues and modern influences into an entirely new type of rock. Join us as we explore the formation, influences, and future goals of Melted Vinyl.
This episode we talk with Oscar James Pegorraro, Jason Hatmaker, Matty Shea, Derek Bjornson, and Dennis Patterson of No Resolve. Hailing from Detroit, No Resolve are a talented, hard working, no nonsense band that are going places fast. The guys talk with us about everything under the sun including their formation, style, influences, struggles and even men in rompers. Check out the conversation and their highly recommended new album Unity.
This episode we chat with Robert Cosgrove of Sleep Signals. Sleep Signals have made leaps and bounds in a short time with their dedication, hard work, explosive live shows, extensive touring, and impeccable song writing skills. We discuss topics including: the bands formation, growth, future, Robert stepping into the role of vocalist, the new album At the End of the World, and more. This episode also marks the first time a guest has been stung in the foot while talking with us!HBSLEEPSIGNALS
This episode we talk with Erik Engstrand and Kristofer Strandberg of Eyes Wide Open. Hailing from Sweden Eyes Wide Open are an unrelenting metal powerhouse with a fresh approach, incorporating catchy riffs, melodies, and huge choruses into their aggressive sound. Join us as we discuss their influences, trials and tribulations, the new album And So It Begins, and more.
This episode we talk with Seth Perez and Jimmy Strimpel of the Los Angeles CA based band Chasing Desolation. A powerful, dynamic, and well polished act with a refreshing sound, Chasing Desolation are poised to do big things in the music world. We chat with Jimmy and Seth about their influences, training, the state of the industry and more.