Anyway, Moe joins us once again to talk about AC/DC, the shenanigans of Axl Rose, the drama behind the latest Testament personnel change, as well as the new Judas Priest track. We actually get positive (!) about metal this week, thanks to a great listener email. Keep ‘em coming!
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In this episode, we marvel at the beautiful absurdity of Steel Panther. I mean, come on. How can you not shake your head and laugh when you hear a title like “It Won’t Suck Itself”? Is it juvenile? Sure. But if you were around for the 80s hair metal scene, you know that Steel Panther’s parody isn’t far off the mark.
Sadly, it’s not all fun and games this week. Our news is a bit on the somber side as we discuss the final chapter in the Randy Blythe trial, and bid fairwell to Clive Burr of Iron Maiden.
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It’s Testament time! We decide that if there was a “Big Five” of thrash, Testament would fit right into that spot, discuss Diamond Dave’s recent rant about the dysfunctional clusterfuck of the band known as Van Halen, and give you a quick review of the Soundgarden concert. Quick spoiler: it was…okay.
Beyond that, John subjects Craig to a sports-themed Metal Or Not? And there are probably some butt jokes in there somewhere too.
Who doesn’t like a good list? This week, we present to you our favorite metal albums of 2012, a list I’m sure you’ll all find infallible and without equal, anywhere on the internet. And if not, we also included a few of your favorites. We’re people pleasers, dammit!
Between a bout with the flu and heads full of booze, we do our best to keep the episode from coming apart at the seams. SPOILER: We fail miserably.
We Are Satan’s People! We Are Silly Poopchutes! Wet Ass Smells Pretty! Whatever! On this episode, we feature Blackie Lawless and his band of misfits known as W.A.S.P. If you’re into 80s cock rock, this is the show for you!
We also discuss the terrible situation with Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe, and take on the old debate of Joey Belladonna vs. John Bush. Don’t forget to vote for your choice on the Vs. page.