David Ellefson of Dieth joins Joshua Toomey and Talk Toomey this week to discuss the band's debut album, To Hell and Back. David and Joshua start the conversation with some Elvis, Pete Best and Glen Matlock talk.
Knotfest contributor Cori Westbrook caught up with members of Hath, Imperial Triumphant, Undeath, Casket Robbery, Thrown Into Exile, Broken Hope and more to assess the impact in the return of one of heavy music's most beloved festivals.
Johnny Kelly joins Joshua Toomey and Talk Toomey to discuss his latest project, Eye Am. The band consists of Kirk Windstein, Todd Strange, Kenny Hickey and Johnny Kelly, and the debut single will be released June 2nd through Corpse Paint Records.
The OG guests on Hardlore: Stories From Tour to reiterate the importance of The Ramones, revisit how Rancid turned out classic records at a rapid clip and how he hopes Turnstile sells more records than Metallica.
The restauranteur, Chopped judge and founder of Blacklight Media details his next venture at Louder Than Life Festival, shares the ten albums that changed his life and explains the balance of running a record label and killing it in the kitchen.
Joining host Matt Caughthran of The Bronx, the rock music OG shares legendary stories from the Cathouse and the Headbanger's Ball-era, details his love for punk music, and reveals his next chapter with his one man show, One Foot In the Gutter.
The metal lifer discusses his recent Beneath The Remains & Arise tour, heavy music's new generation in Arthur Rizk, Undeath and 200 Stab Wounds, and how after 30 years he still writes records as a fan.
Among the genre's fastest rising bands, Undeath continue their skyrocket trajectory by staying true to themselves and honoring the extremity of death metal with their latest, It’s Time…To Rise From The Grave
Multi-media artist Alex Vincent shares his thoughts on his career, his creative process, and how he went from the doing art in the back of a touring van to working with directors like M. Night Shyamalan.
Brandon talks about the back story of "Pocket Knife" and the origin of the lyrics. Plus discusses growing food during the pandemic, starting the Moonlight Art Collective and selling prints of his work. Brandon gives some Incubus history and talks Make Yourself, touring with Black Sabbath and Pantera including a great Korn road story. He also teases upcoming Incubus shows
Tim Williams joins Throwback Throwdown with Toomey to discuss his latest band, Rolling Casket. Tim and Joshua also talk about Vision of Disorder, recording with Phil Anselmo and the New York scene in the 90s.