Toomey and Ro start the show with Ro's review of Sick New World. Ro talks about the bands that he made sure to see and how he made it a point to see as many bands as possible.
The guys dive into the popularity of System Of A Down and whether it's an 'absence makes the heart grow fonder' sort of thing. Was it too hot or too cold? How were the lines? Ro tells all!
Adam Ramey of Dropout Kings joins the show from the road to discuss the band's latest album, Riot Music. Adam talks about the current tour with Ill Niño and talks joining Suburban Noize Records. The guys talk about the record getting delayed and how it turned out to a positive thing for the band. Adam and Ro dive into writing a record during the lockdown. Joe Cotela of DED features on the new album and Adam discusses their relationship from over the years. Adam talks about nu metal being cool again, and with Dropout Kings being on tour, we dive into Adam's go-to gas station snacks.
Johannes Eckerström of Avatar sat down with Joshua Toomey and Nu Pod at Louder Than Life. Johannes takes the Nu Metal Bracket Challenge, and talks about getting into Nu Metal a little later in his life and the link with wrestling in his taste.