Episode 54 sees Liam in a real pub (remember them before the world decided to cosplay the movie Pandemic.) with Laurent "Lags" Barnard.
You'll know Lags from bands such as Krokodil, Moones, Gold Key, but most of you will know Lags as the guitarist and founder of the UK hardcore punk act Gallows.
You can expect Liam and Lags to talk about Cartoon Networks 'We Bare Bears', Playing music while pissed and Lags love of Horror movies.
They, of course, talk Gallows. They touch on the early days and hustling, and talk about the journey of being offered a million-pound contract from Warner.
Lags talks about the pressure that came with that contract and Liam asks if there were early signs that Frank Carter (the original vocalist) wanting to leave Gallows as they recorded the album 'Gray Britain'.
Lags open up about a couple of years without Gallows in his life and how Franks replacement, Alexisonfire Wade MacNeil, became his brother from an overseas mother.
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And for episode 48 we have a cracker for you (that's the only Christmas pun we will use, we promise)
Liam sits down for a beer and to spread Christmas cheer with The Bouncing Souls, Pete Steinkopf.
You can expect chat about, Gift giving, Blackpool, Prince and the plot to the movie Ruddy?
They of course talk about The Bouncing Souls, in particular, the near break up of the band, Signing and leaving Epitaph and how the track 'Ole' will not be sung at the Bouncing Souls Christmas karaoke!
Away from the interview, Liam gives his thanks for 2019, asks that you gift him 2 minutes of your time this Christmas season and go vote for Punks in Pubs in the Pod Bible Podcast Awards.
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We go a little old school and Jackknife Stiletto's close out the last episode of 2019 with their festive track 'Dear Santa'.
Thank you for all your support for 2019 and have a happy holiday and we will see you in 2020
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