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Doc welcomes comic artist and guitarist, Nelson Blake II, to the show for the third time. They discuss the differences between the American free market-based capitalist economic system that limits trends like unions, wealth redistribution, or over-dependence on welfare, and compares it to the highly regulated systems of professional sports leagues (mainly the National Basketball Association) that incentivize competitive balance so that there is more fairness across these leagues, as to give teams a chance to win and court free agents. This episode features the song "Scars" by The Dead Year. Follow Nelson on Instagram @nelsonblakeii and Twitter @nelsonblake2 Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Check out The Dead Year at www.thedeadyear.com Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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
Doc welcomes God Forbid guitarist and vocalist, Dallas Coyle, Vagus Nerve vocalist, Sterling. R Jackson, and Bad Wolves drummer, John Boecklin, to the show. In part 2 of a 2 part series, they go into detail about the writing and recording of Doc's favorite songs from his career including "The New Clear" and "Move On" by God Forbid, "So Very Divine" by Vagus Nerve, and "Better Off This Way' by Bad Wolves. This episode features the song "Season of the Witch" by Survivors of Suicide. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Survivors of Suicide at https://survivorsofsuicide.bandcamp.com/ Please also support our new sponsor at HelloFresh. Go to HelloFresh.com/exman10 and use code exman10 for 10 free meals, including free shipping. Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes God Forbid bandmates, Byron Davis, Corey Pierce, and making his first appearance on the Ex-Man, Doc's brother, Dallas Coyle, to the show. They go into detail about the writing and recording of Doc's favorite songs from the first 4 God Forbid albums, "Weather The Storm", "Dead Words On Deaf Ears", "Washed Out World", and "Crucify Your Beliefs". This episode features the song "Burden of Ashes" by Thrones of Redemption. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Thrones of Redemption at https://thronesofredemption.bandcamp.com/ Please also support our new sponsor at HelloFresh. Go to HelloFresh.com/exman10 and use code exman10 for 10 free meals, including free shipping. Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Volbeat guitarist, Rob Caggiano, to the show and they talk about how Rob got his start in New York with nu metal band, Boiler Room, why the band breaking up made him focus on producing records, how he hustled to get the gig in Anthrax, his unceremonious exit from Anthrax, which led him to form and thrive with the production team, Scrap 60, rejoining Anthrax and helping develop the Worship Music album, how The Damned Things supergroup came together, eventually leaving Anthrax for good, producing and then almost immediately joining Volbeat, and the two wax philosophical on how songwriting and production have evolved throughout the years. This episode features the songs "Equilibrium" by The Human Extinction, "Sweet Alibi" by Classic Case, and "Room 24" by Volbeat featuring King Diamond. Follow Jerry on Instagram and Twitter @RobCaggiano Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor The Human Extinction at https://thehumanextinction.bandcamp.com/ Please support this episode's other sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.youtube.com/user/scottbowling1580 Please also support our new sponsor at HelloFresh. Go to HelloFresh.com/exman10 and use code exman10 for 10 free meals, including free shipping. Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes The Ghost Inside drummer, Andrew Tkaczyk, to the show and they talk about his disillusion with the hardcore scene, getting his start with metalcore band, For The Fallen Dreams, why he left that band and eventually joined The Ghost Inside, what he thinks makes TGI special, how his positive attitude helped him overcome losing part of his leg in the bus accident and relearn to play drums, what it was like to have a massive reunion show and comeback album, dealing with firing their bassist, Jim Riley, due to public pressure, and starting his clothing line, Takeback Brand. This is episode features the songs "The Moon" by Ten Thousand Crows and "The Outcast" by The Ghost Inside. Follow Andrew on Instagram @illgrip and Twitter @Mtndrew222 Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Ten Thousand Crows at https://10kcrows.bandcamp.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes King's X vocalist and bassist, Dug Pinnick, to the show and they talk about Dug's Christian upbringing, how he discovered music and had a natural talent for singing, using music to deal with receiving a lack of love and attention as a child, what attracted him to the bass guitar, dealing with racism in the 1960s, how he avoided getting drafted to Vietnam, how a diverse array of musical influences led him on a path from soul and R&B to rock music, the ups and downs of navigating the Christian music scene, how King's X was started, their influence on the Grunge scene and bands like Alice In Chains, and why he thinks they never got as big as they maybe should have. This is episode features the songs "P.I.G. (People In General) by Mantra of Morta and "Lost in Germany by King's X. Follow Dug on Instagram @dugpinnick and Twitter @dUgpinnick_ Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Mantra of Morta at https://mantraofmorta.bandcamp.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Papa Roach guitarist, Jerry Horton, to the show and they talk about adjusting the band's writing and recording schedule due to the pandemic, how they were mislabeled as a "nu metal" band in their early days, how staying healthy and sober on tour helped him deal with the pitfalls of success, how their sound and image evolved with the changing of music trends, why he thinks their crossover pop culture success is more a blessing than a curse, their flirtations with alternative and EDM influence on recent albums, and how Papa Roach stay sharp with developing their live show. This episode features the songs "Enjoying The End" by Royalty Kult and "Come Around" by Papa Roach. Follow Jerry on Instagram and Twitter @JerryHorton Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support episode's sponsor Royalty Kult at https://royaltykult.com/ 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 Periphery guitarist, Mark Holcomb, to the show and they talk about his early days with Haunted Shores in the DC area, how he ended up joining Periphery, what it was like fitting in with a band that already had an established sound, what he thinks makes the Djent scene special, how Periphery evolved as a live band throughout the years, how Steph Carpenter inspired the Clear EP concept, his thoughts on lead and rhythm guitar technique, his response to Misha's comments about not being able to make a living from the band and thoughts about surviving in the music business, getting sober and using discipline and mindfulness to help with productivity and creativity during the pandemic, working with Devin Townsend on the Haunted Shores EP, and the two chat about the NBA bubble basketball and forthcoming season. This episode features the songs "Viper" by Red Devil Vortex and "Norway Jose" by Haunted Shores. Follow Mark on Instagram and Twitter @MarkPeriphery Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Red Devil Vortex at www.reddevilvortex.com  Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes writer, journalist, and labor advocate, Kim Kelly, to the show and they talk about her entry point in the music industry starting her own PR company, why she connects to underground black metal and became engaged with the racial politics within the subgenre, her thoughts on cancel culture within the metal scene, being laid off by Vice and the ever-changing media landscape, how she balances her role as an opinion writer, journalist, and activist, developing and expanding her career as a freelance writer, and her work involved with the labor movement and labor column at Teen Vogue. This episode features the song "Leviathans" by Tribulation Follow Kim on Twitter @GrimKim Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's other sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.youtube.com/user/scottbowling1580 Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes founder of Megaforce Records, Jon Zazula, to the show, and they talk about his time before Megaforce, being sent to prison for crimes committed when he worked in finance, how he got on the straight and narrow by getting into selling heavy metal vinyl at the Route 18 Flea Market in New Jersey, discovering Metallica and Anthrax in the early days of Megaforce Records, how he transitioned into managing bands like Anthrax and Ministry, dealing with the changing music scene in the 90s as thrash died down and grunge emerged, his relationship with major labels, how mental health issues affected his career, how his boredom with the metal scene inspired him to keep working with different kinds of bands, and why he decided to write an autobiography. This episode features the song "Stålfågel" by Soilwork. Follow Jon on Instagram @TheJonZazula and Twitter @JonZazula Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes ex-Arch Enemy singer, Angela Gossow, to the show and they talk about how she got into death metal and inspired to become an extreme vocalist, what the process of being introduced as the new lead singer of Arch Enemy was like, the impact of her debut AE album, Wages of Sin, the shock value of having such a brutal voice and also an attractive woman, developing creative chemistry with the band, how the difficulties of touring convinced her to leave the band, and how she transitioned from being a full-time rock star to becoming an artist manager and start a family. This episode features the songs "Through Darkness" by Cerebellion and "Savage Messiah" by Arch Enemy. Follow Angela on Instagram @TheGossow and Twitter @AGossow Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Cerebellion at www.Cerebellion1.com Please support this episode's other sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.youtube.com/user/scottbowling1580 Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes All That Remains vocalist, Phil Labonte, to the show for the 4th time and they discuss the 2020 Presidential Election and a multitude of subjects pertaining to politics and social issues facing the world. This episode features the songs "It's The End Of The World...Know It (And I Feel Fine) by R.E.M. and "We Didn't Start The Fire" by Bill Joel. Follow Phil on Instagram and Twitter @philthatremains Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Photo by JR Rocks Shots @JRRockShots on Instagram Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes SiriusXM satellite radio programmer and host, Jose Mangin, to the show and they talk about how he got started in college radio while going to school to become a pharmacist, his first gig in the music industry working for TVT Records, how he got the job at Sirius, what drives his authentic passion for heavy metal, using his platform to become more vocal about social issues, why he is so supportive of up and coming bands, how the two have maintained a relationship for over a decade, his thoughts on the evolution of the radio industry, where he gets his drive and positive attitude, how he got his job as an artist rep for Affliction, and starting his life anew by moving back west to Southern California. This episode features the songs "Genocide Winds" by Deadcheck and "Ride Into The Light" by Spirit Adrift. Follow Jose on Instagram and Twitter @JoseMangin Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Deadcheck at https://www.facebook.com/Deadcheck/ Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes legendary drummer, Dave Lombardo, to the show and they talk about how busy Dave has been during the pandemic working with Mr. Bungle and other projects, how figures like Mike Patton and John Zorn have expanded his musical prowess, how his early days with Slayer innovated drumming as well as extreme music, how Rick Rubin helped the band grow, what is was like leaving Slayer, how Grip Inc. came together and his experience starting a new band from scratch, expanding his career playing with different bands like Testament and Fantomas, his thought process on organic drumming, gaining closure by rejoining Slayer and being able to play the last shows with Jeff Hanneman, his philosophy on staying humble, and what it was like to fill in for Metallica. This episode features the songs "End of Heartache" by Pathos and Logos and "Raping Your Mind" by Mr. Bungle. Follow Dave on Instagram @DaveLombardo and Twitter @TheDaveLombardo Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Pathos and Logos at https://pathoslogos.bandcamp.com/ Please support this episode's sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at www.youtube.com/user/scottbowling1580 Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes his father, Kevin Coyle, to the show and they talk about Kevin's childhood growing up in New Jersey, how he into playing piano and discovered jazz, what attracted him to American black culture and music, meeting my mother, dealing with racism as an interracial couple, the difficulty of raising two children as a working musician, how he helped cultivate my brother and I's foray into guitar and music, how his politics were shaped, what it was like seeing his sons become professional musicians, and performing piano on a couple God Forbid albums. This episode features the song "The Lonely Dead" by God Forbid featuring Kevin Coyle. Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinCoyle4 Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Vio-Lence guitarist, Phil Demmel, to the show and they talk about how Phil has been dealing with life during the pandemic, how his decision to leave Machine Head has affected his life positively, confronting and questioning his playing abilities, why filling in for Slayer saved his music career, how the two bonded during the touring cycle for Through The Ashes of Empires in his early days in Machine Head, his new cover project, BPMD, reuniting with Vio-Lence, and take a walk down memory lane about the late 80s thrash scene and why Vio-Lence hung it up the first time around. This episode features the songs "The Fall" by The Silencer and "The Permanent Decay" by Echoes of Reckoning featuring Phil Demmel, Brandan Schieppati, David Ellefson, and Dave McClain. Follow Jesse on Instagram @PhilDemmel and Twitter @DemmelitionMH Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor The Silencer at https://www.facebook.com/thesilencermusic/ Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Killswitch Engage vocalist, Jesse Leach, to the show and they talk about Jesse coming up in the Rhode Island punk and grind scene with his first bands Corrin and Nothing Stays Gold, how Killswitch Engage came together as side project, what he thinks made Killswitch special and stand out from the pack, breaking through with Alive or Just Breathing, why he quit the band shortly after starting to tour for the album, why he decided to get back on the horse with a new band, Seemless, how struggling to make a living and toiling in the underground scene evolved his mindset, reconnecting with Adam D for the band, Times of Grace, what it was like rejoining Killswitch, getting vocal surgery, and his new hardcore punk band, The Weapon. This episode features the songs "Sorcerer" by The Periwinkle Massacre and "Pink Tax" by The Weapon. Follow Jesse on Instagram @jesse_d_leach and Twitter @EyeAgainstI Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor The Periwinkle Massacre at https://www.facebook.com/theperiwinklemassacre/ Please support this episode's sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.youtube.com/user/scottbowling1580 Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Bullet For My Valentine lead guitarist, Michael "Padge" Paget, to the show to talk about how BFMV has maintained so much consistency over the years, his philosophy of personal humility despite great success and fame, how the UK metal scene evolved out of obscurity with breakout artists like BFMV, what is was like working with producer Colin Richardson and having massive early success, the pain of losing band members, the downside of success and how money and excess almost destroyed the band, and how the pandemic has affected the UK and shaped their prospects to start playing live. This episode features the songs "Whiskey Mistress" by Beneath the Hollow, "Obscene" by Halcyon Wander, and "No Easy Way Out" by Bullet For My Valentine. Follow Padge on Instagram @padgebfmv and Twitter @MichaelPaget Padge photo by Trevor Williams - @trevorwilliamsphotography Please support this episode's sponsor Beneath the Hollow at https://bth1.net/ Web store discount code for Ex-Man podcast Listeners - DOC2020  Please support this episode's sponsor Halcyon Wander at facebook.com/halcyonwander Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at https://soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Twelve Foot Ninja guitarist, Stevic MacKay, to the show and they talk about Twelve Foot Ninja's career, his personal struggle with the pitfalls of trying to break the band internationally, and then the two discuss the Stevic's disagreements with The Punk MBA's Finn McKenty about how rock and metal bands deal with the Spotify pay structure. This episode features the songs "Shooken To The Core" by Generation Underground, "Beliefs" by The Silencer, and "Invincible" by Twelve Foot Ninja. Follow Stevic on Instagram @StevicMackay Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Generation Underground at https://generationunderground.com/ Please support this episode's sponsor The Silencer at https://thesilencermusic.bandcamp.com/ Please support this episode's sponsor Good Company at https://www.youtube.com/c/ScottBowlinggoodcompany/featured Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes HELLYEAH guitarist, Tom Maxwell, to the show and they talk about all the political and social unrest in the world at the moment, how his old band, Nothingface, came up in Baltimore and Northeast scene, why he thinks they didn't get past certain hurdles of success, losing their singer, Matt Holt, to drug addiction, how HELLYEAH came together, learning how to adjust to not being the only guitar player in a band, evolving creative with the band over the years, and how Vinnie Paul's death has affected his will to keep going on with the band. This episode features the song "Low" by Royalty Kult and "Can't Wait For Violence" by Nothingface. Follow Tom on Instagram @TomMaxwellOfficial Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Royalty Kult at https://royaltykult.com/ Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Fozzy and Stuck Mojo guitarist, Rich "The Duke" Ward, to the show and they talk about guitar gear and the secret to Rich's signature tone, his early diverse musical influences, how he met Bonz and formed Stuck Mojo, grinding it out in the early days of the band, what the experience was like working with Devin Townsend and Daniel Bergstrand, why he thinks the band struggled to get over the hump, how Fozzy came together, when he almost quit music and the turning point that brought him back, what it's like being in a band with Chris Jericho, and how he has evolved as a writer and musician as Fozzy becomes more successful. This episode features the song "Unforgiven" by New Saviors and "Raise the Dead Man" by Stuck Mojo. Follow Rich on Instagram @officialrichward and Twitter @thedukeofmetal Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor New Saviors at https://newsaviorsband.bandcamp.com/album/new-saviors Buy the official Ex-Man Podcast T-shirt at doccoyle.net/shop/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Podcast Details

Created by
Doc Coyle & Sound Talent Media
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Oct 22nd, 2016
Latest Episode
Mar 2nd, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
157
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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