We’re back! And we have someone very special. You might know him from Imperial Teen or Faith No More and he’s been making music during quarantine! Roddy Bottum joins us to tell us all about the new project called Man on Man with his partner Joey Holman and we find out all about the making of their self titled album available May 12th. Roddy explains how he and Joey became “icons of body positivity” with the release of the video for their new song Daddy. There are a ton of super gay songs including one about The Vale of Cashmere in Prospect Park. Along with their album they are launching a project called Chosen Family to create a real world connection with friends and fans and family. You can check out their website ManonManMusic.com and check out the album and join the Chosen Family (including the optional pen pal program) to connect with the music and the love. Then we talk about Roddy’s time recording and touring with Faith No More and the pandemic-delayed reunion tour. We try to make a determination about the term “new metal” and ask the important questions such as “is Korn is retro now?” Heklina asks him all about opening up for Guns n’ Roses and the debauchery (and mysticism?) on the Use Your Illusions Tour. Marc insists on finding out more about Roddy writing Sasquatch, The Opera and his love for monsters with hearts of gold. We do a quick round of “Who Do You Prefer?” musical edition and we have so much fun! Join us for another episode of Drag Time with Heklina with Roddy Bottum.
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