Doc Coyle is an actor known for God Forbid: Beneath the Scars of Glory & Progression, Bad Wolves - Zombie, and Bad Wolves: Learn to Live.
Doc welcomes Terror vocalist, Scott Vogel, to the show and they talk about how the two met in the late 90s hardcore scene, what tied the bands together despite differences in sound, what drew Scott to this lifestyle, his formative days discovering music, having recurring issues which led to his bands Slugfest and Despair breaking up, how Buried Alive came together, why the band seemed to not meet its full potential, quitting Buried Alive and moving west, why he eventually joined Terror despite almost quitting music altogether, Terror's surprise immediate success, developing as a band and vocalist over two decades, the Buried Alive reunion, and Scott sums up what hardcore means to him. This episode features the songs "Upside Down Is Flipped" by Man Destroyed Man and "I Killing I" by Buried Alive. Follow Scott on Instagram @IAmFinally Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Man Destroyed Man at https://mandestroyedman.bandcamp.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Butcher Babies vocalist, Carla Harvey, to the show and they talk about connecting on both being bi-racial in the metal scene, what her early time in LA was like as an actor and model who was looking to do music, the challenges women deal with in the entertainment industry, how she met Heidi and Henry and started Butcher Babies, how they overcame backlash from their over-the-top image, dealing with early success and landing big tours, what led her to her other career as a mortician, grief counselor, and End of Life Doula, and what led to the evolution of the Butcher Babies' sound over the years. This episode features the songs "Beyond The Wall of Sleep" by The Nocturnal Affair, "Saint" by Blackwater Drowning, and "Sleeping With The Enemy" by Butcher Babies. Follow Carla on Instagram and Twitter @CarlaHarvey Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor The Nocturnal Affair at https://thenocturnalaffair.bandcamp.com/ Please support this episode's sponsor Blackwater Drowning at https://www.facebook.com/blackwaterdrowning Please support this episode's other sponsor The Punk Rock MBA Podcast at https://podlink.to/prmbadoc Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this landmark 150th episode of The Ex-Man Podcast, Doc welcomes for his first time ever on a podcast, Mudvayne bassist, Ryan Martinie to the show. They talk about how growing up in the rural midwest affected heavy music during that era, how his style of "lead bass" grew into the early Mudvayne sound, why he thinks they had so much early success despite being such an unorthodox band, their songwriting approach to balancing artistry with hit-making, the thought process behind Mudvayne's bombastic image, how the depression he experienced after Mudvayne went on hiatus led to burying himself in deep reading, discovering a healthy lifestyle through flower farming and nature, how his instrumental band, Soften The Glare, came to be, and his time filling in on bass for Korn. This episode features the songs "DOROS" by FleischKrieg and "Mission Possible" by Soften The Glare. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor FleischKrieg at www.fleischkrieg.com and their Indiegogo Campaign at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/fleischkrieg-debut-album-release#/ Please support this episode's other sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.youtube.com/user/scottbowling1580 Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes musician and actress, Jessica Pimentel, to the show, and they talk about the period when Doc and she met, both as struggling artists bartending to pay bills in New York, her training as an actor and concert violinist as a very young girl, dealing with fame, how New York City shaped her work ethic and values, how she joined extreme metal band, Alekhine's Gun, as a vocalist, the process of getting her breakout role on Orange Is The New Black, the ugly side of the film industry, how she came to join the legendary death metal supergroup, Brujeria, and what it's been like living in Sweden. This episode features the songs "Thrill of the Hunt" by Heartsick, "Karmalita" by Ten Ton Mojo, and "Ngepar Chiwa (Certain Death)" by Alekhine's Gun. Follow Jessica on Instagram and Twitter @TheCrusher007 Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Heartsick at https://heartsickband.bandcamp.com/ Please support this episode's other sponsor Ten Ton Mojo at https://www.tentonmojo.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Location
Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Episode Count
161
Podcast Count
4
Total Airtime
1 week, 4 days
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 725568