Doc welcomes All That Remains vocalist, Phil Labonte, on the show for the third time to discuss his entry into the metal scene as a guitarist and then a vocalist for death metal band Perpetual Doom, his time with Shadows Fall and why he Ieft the band, what drove him to start and persevere with All That Remains, changing Iineups and improving the sound of the band with the help of Killswitch Engage's Adam D, his development as a singer, finally achieving success after years of struggling, the challenges of crossing over into the radio market, and Doc picks Phil's brain on Trump impeachment and the 2020 Election.This episode features the songs "Serotonin" by Kalt Weiss and "Victim of the New Disease" by All That Remains.Follow Phil on Instagram and Twitter @PhilThatRemainsFollow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyleSupport our show sponsor Kalt Weiss at https://kaltweiss.com/Buy the Rockabilia.com Exclusive Ex-Man T-shirt here - www.rockabilia.com/doc-coyle-the-e…irt-402964.htmlListen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mance did his first livestream on YouTube welcoming Phil Labonte, lead singer of metal band All That Remains. Phil is a self-identified Libertarian and Marine Corps veteran, who talked to Mance about the bombing of Syria, gun rights, cryptocurrency and a few other topics. Phil’s Patreon Phil on Twitter Mance’s Book Mance on Twitter The post Episode 101: Phil Labonte – Lead Singer of “All That Remains” appeared first on Free Man Beyond The Wall.
Phil Labonte, the outspoken lead singer of All That Remains, guests this week on The Metal Podcast, whether you like it or not, we talk politics, his views are very different than many people in the entertainment industry, he take on the establishment, government taking over our lives, SJWs calling him out for using words they don’t like, his thoughts on the state of education in America, how his contrarian personality has gotten him into trouble and how none of that matters to him, we even take a dive into the scuffle he has had with our former employer and other bloggers who seem to not only disagree with his politics, but also hate his music and how that doesn’t really matter to him at all. Also on the topic list, rerecording classic albums; Megadeth (Dave Mustaine really) hinted at a possible redubbing of the classic record Killing is My Business… Should bands do this sort of thing? Ozzy got in a dust up about it fifteen years ago and later pulled went back to the old musicians, albums have been remastered to sound modern, changing their sound in drastic ways compared to 30 year old methods. Is it wrong to try and erase history? Does it really make it better? In a digital world, do subtle differences matter to the average listener?
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