Colin and Bo talk to Andrew Neufeld from Comeback Kid/Figure Four live at Furnace Fest 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama, who revealed himself to be a secret friend of the show. Andrew came bearing gifts for the final segment of this special Mini Hardlore...
Colin and Bo chat with legendary vegan straight edge frontman Karl Buechner from Earth Crisis about being the first vegan straight edge band, Earth Crisis being a band for 30 years (XXX) and how touring has evolved since they started. Hardlore is in the bunker baby!!
It's HardLore Time! Colin and Bo chat with King Nine vocalist Dan Seely LIVE and in-person about King Nine's first LP being a generational classic, breaking the "band's band" barrier, touring with Terror at 17 and much more.
In the first ever full-length in-person episode with a guest, Colin and Bo are joined in the most emotional episode yet by Fuming Mouth frontman Mark Whelan after their historic comeback show in Cambridge, MA.
Colin and Bo chat with Triple B Records owner, and sole proprietor Sam Yarmuth about his early days doing the label in high school, touring with Have Heart, dealing with streaming as a modern record label and much more.
Colin and Bo chat with Connecticut hardcore legend Aaron Knuckles from Death Threat, and now the great Pillars of Ivory. They talk about Aaron's journey through the pizza world, being responsible for Colin finding hardcore music, starting Pillars of Ivory with Jay from Mindforce, and much more.
Colin and Bo chat with Regulate frontman Sebastian Paba, a spinkicking, backflipping, straight edge sex icon. They talk about Regulate's reputation as troublemakers, committing literal arson, almost dying in a...
Colin and Bo chat with Regulate frontman Sebastian Paba, a spinkicking, backflipping, straight edge sex icon. They talk about Regulate's reputation as troublemakers, committing literal arson, almost dying in a river, their tour of Asia throughout the beginning stages of c*vid, and much more.
Colin and Bo have a full two hour chat with Ian Shelton, frontman of Militarie Gun and frontman/drummer of Regional Justice Center, about living with Colin's brother, forming RJC around the incarceration of his brother, Militarie Gun signing with Loma Vista. Ian is the first ever guest to be in an episode while CURRENTLY on tour!
Colin and Bo talk to Koyo frontman and legendary long island spinkicker Joey Chiaramonte. They go in depth about his touring life as a merch guy before Koyo, his early high school band, and balancing his secret identity as a professional crowd killer while singing in an emo band.
Colin and Bo talk to legendary modern hardcore frontman Pat Flynn of Have Heart and Fiddlehead about his path to hardcore music, Have Heart's early rise to acclaim, touring in Africa, their massive reunion shows and much more.
Colin and Bo finally sit down with the living legend Justice Tripp from Trapped Under Ice and Angel Du$t. The highly influential frontman has a lot to say about modern HC, TUI's biggest moments, and transitioning from dangerous pits to beautiful hooks.
Colin and Jo speak with Superheaven/Webbed Wing frontman, and Strange Nerve/Quit Your Band While You Still Can podcast host Taylor Madison about how much he hates touring, flying, and just about everything in general. Just a massive hater. It's awesome. Enjoy!
Colin and Bo love fast food, but not all fast food is created equal... Especially on tour. They discuss the best and worst options while on the road both regionally and worldwide, culminating in a story about a legendary Christmas gift.
Andy Williams recounts his favorite tour stories, including from his long tenure with Every Time I Die, plus how we balanced his music career with wrestling full time for AEW as half of The Butcher and The Blade.
Inaugural guest Sean Martin (Hatebreed, Twitching Tongues, Kid Cudi) chats everything from his early touring days with Hatebreed, all the way up to his recent treks around the world with Colin in Twitching Tongues.
Colin Young (God’s Hate) and Bo Lueders (Harm’s Way) discuss the sleep-deprived 6 week European tour that both of their bands did together in 2013, dubbed within their circle as the “Summer of Hell.”
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