Posts Tagged “Metal Radio”
Posted by vBoogieMan in Blabbermouth, tags: Casualties, Cool Project, Cover Artwork, Debut Album From, Devin Townsend, Forthcoming Debut Album, Fucking, Ghost, Johnny Cash, Laughs, Liberation, Long Time, Love, Metal Radio, Radio Show, Record Label, Singer Songwriter, Syndicated Radio, Weird, Widget
Canadian multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer Devin Townsend was interviewed on the March 7-9 edition of Full Metal Jackie‘s nationally syndicated radio show. You can now listen to the chat using the Podbean widget below.
To see a full list of stations carrying the program and when it airs, go to FullMetalJackieRadio.com.
The cover artwork for the forthcoming debut album from the CASUALTIES OF COOL project from Devin Townsend can be seen below.
Devin recently launched a three-month-long crowdfunding campaign on PledgeMusic for CASUALTIES OF COOL since the album will be released without record-label backing.
In a 2013 interview with BluntMag.com.au, Devin stated about CASUALTIES OF COOL: “If there’s anybody who’s new to what I do, who maybe heard ‘Liberation’ or some of the songs off ‘Epicloud’ and thought, ‘This is really cool, I could get into this,’ you’re going to hate CASUALTIES. [laughs] I mean, really, it’s as opposite of ‘Epicloud’ as ‘Ghost’ was to ‘Deconstruction’. It’s this weird, dark, not evil but verging on it, bluesy, Johnny Cash-y, strange, quiet folk record. But I love it, it’s the one record that I’ve done over the past 10 or 15 years where I can truly say, ‘This is where I am right now.’
“You know, the other things that I’ve done have been as well in their own right, ‘Epicloud’, ‘Deconstruction’ and ‘Addicted!’, but there was an agenda with those, I was trying to say something with them or I was trying to prove a point, make a statement about the past or whatever. CASUALTIES is something that I’ve done without any pressure, without anybody telling me what to do, without showing it to anyone, it’s just what evolved when I wasn’t thinking about it. As a result of that, I’m incredibly proud of it, but it remains to be seen whether or not other people will resonate with it. I think they will, man. I think it’s fucking awesome, and I mean, I haven’t smoked weed in a long time but I can’t imagine that it wouldn’t be awesome while you’re smoking. [laughs]”
Asked where CASUALTIES OF COOL will fit into the Devin Townsend discography in terms of sound — among his more traditional-sounding albums, or a bit more removed like his ambient albums, Devin said: “Somewhere in the middle, you know, somewhere in the middle. It’s like, if you took the weird elements of ‘Ki’ and the weird elements of ‘Devlab’ and added a vintage sort of vibe.
“My management had a suggestion, which I think is pretty cool, which was, ‘You shouldn’t call it DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT, you shouldn’t even put your name on it, just call it CASUALTIES OF COOL and put it out as its own thing.’ It’s got a different singer, I sing on like half of it right, but it’s got this lady [Vancouver artist Ché Aimee Dorval, who also appears on ‘Ki’] who’s just this brilliant singer, she’s a young, despondent-sounding bluesy vocalist and it’s creepy. I think that that might be a way for me to get away with it, putting it out without it being part of the DTP [DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT] or whatever.
“I don’t know what to tell you, man. I just go where it feels the most honest to go, then I deal with people thinking it’s weird afterwards. [laughs]”
Regarding whether there is a particular atmosphere he wants to create or a story he wants to convey with CASUALTIES OF COOL, Devin said: “Yeah there’s a story, definitely. It’s going to take a little longer than what we’ve got for me to explain it, but you’ll hear it eventually. I want it to be something you listen to quietly, by yourself, in the middle of the night, with a big old full moon outside. It’ll work perfectly.”
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We have returned with a brand new episode of MSRcast, brought to you by Mainstream Resistance and Metal Injection Radio. After many episodes of interviewing some of our favorite metal artists, we are back with a plethora of metal to throw at your eardrums! More metal than you can shake a stick at! More metal …
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Metal Hammer, tags: Acting Career, Auto Hammer, Auto Magazine, Auto Show, Dj, Friday Night, Gangsters, Grand Theft Auto, Gta, Lazlow, Metal Hammer Magazine, Metal Radio, Steal Cars, Tom Selleck, Tonight Show
On tonight’s Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio, we’ll be be talking to DJ Lazlow from Grand Theft Auto talking about GTA V, working with real-life gangsters and creating a soundtrack to steal cars to. The acting career of Tom Selleck will also receive special mention. Possibly.
Tune in from 9pm tonight for that and your essential Friday night party playlist!
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Metal Hammer, tags: Bill Bailey, Black Tusk, Cocktail, Death Metal, Debut, Fate, Five Finger Death Punch, Hammers, Landmark, Mastodon, Metal Hammer Magazine, Metal Radio, Music, Radio Play, Rum, Salute, Tonight Show
On tonight’s Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio, we play the new 5FDP single, Battleborn, salute Mindfunk’s landmark 1994 debut and chat with Bill Bailey about metal, Mastodon and how to make a rum and ale cocktail.
It’s all happening tonight from 9pm. Plus music from Bloody Hammers, Watain, Mercyfyl Fate, Black Tusk, and more!
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Blabbermouth, tags: 80s, Acquiescence, Appearance, Audience, Dark Angel, Doty, Drums, Entire Band, Eric Meyer, Fucking Angel, Gene Hoglan, Immediate Future, Lauda KöNigshofen, Legacy, Metal Messiah, Metal Radio, One Thing, Radio 3, Random Acts, Thrashers
DARK ANGEL members Don Doty (vocals) and Eric Meyer (guitar) will guest on “The Metal Magdalene With Jet” on Metal Messiah Radio on Tuesday, September 3 at 9:00 p.m. EST. They will tell the audience about what’s going on with the band now and maybe laying some of the rumors to rest. They will also talk about the early days of DARK ANGEL, share some fan stories, and discuss the positive reaction to the news of the band’s return.
Less than a month after it was announced that classic late ’80s /early ’90s California thrashers DARK ANGEL would reunite for a number of shows next year — including an appearance at the Keep It True XVII festival, set to take place April 25-26, 2014 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany — the bandmembers have come forward to express thoughts about future touring rumors spreading wildly across the web.
Gene Hoglan (drums): “I’m here to state that again, DFA [DARK Fucking ANGEL] is still talking about doing shows in 2014. As of now, none of the members have booked anything in regards to fests or individual dates. Of course, there are the rumors of certain fests being booked, but any talks that may have occurred were done so without the ENTIRE band’s knowledge and acquiescence, and therefore cannot be deemed as credible. One thing that holds true to us is that we feel that DARK ANGEL‘s legacy is in danger of being tarnished if these random acts were to continue.
“There are a host of valid reasons why DARK ANGEL has been slow to react to the myriad offers we have received in the past to reunite, but the most important reason is that we wish to do the greatest service possible to our fans, and if that means the time has yet to be right, then the time has not been right. And concerning the immediate future of 2014, if the time and conditions are not right, then again, they will not be right for all involved. Most importantly, our fans.
“We do realize that yes, reunions are quite the norm these days. DARK ANGEL, however, has never conformed to the norm, and we refuse to reunite unless we can come back and give our fans the most stellar situation possible. Which is precisely what we are working towards behind the scenes.
“We greatly appreciate everyone’s enthusiastic response to the possibility of a proper reunion, and as a unit, DARK ANGEL will do what will be best. For us and our amazing fan base.
“Again, we truly appreciate all of you.”
Jim Durkin (guitar): “To our kick-ass fans:
“It has come to my attention that shows are being booked and promises being made in the name of DARK ANGEL and some of its former members. No one, as far as I know, has been given authority to speak for or conduct business on behalf of DARK ANGEL, myself or any other ex member. Not to mention making any promises regarding the future of the band.
“There are other ex members who would love to be involved in this if it is done correctly! And protect our legacy!
“I, and others behind the scenes here, have asked other ex members many times to stop the postings on Facebook, other web sites, and doing interviews regarding the future of the band. But it continues…. This is all premature. There have been NO rehearsals yet, and little if any face-to-face meetings. But we are talking about 2014!
“I’m all for a guy doing an interview and talking about his glory days with the band. But if you start making unapproved statements about the future of the band? You’re off course!
“When I was last in the band, Ron Rinehart was my singer. And IF the band were to come back and continue. he would STILL be my singer. He was our rock when we needed him and there is NO WAY I would do this without him. He and I talk daily and are as close now as ever. If anything, all this talk has brought us all back into more frequent contact! Which is a wonderful thing.
“I wish the very best for any ex-DARK ANGEL member in their endeavors. In fact, I encourage them to write their own music come up with their own band name and get out there and play! But to lead the fans to believe anyone other than Ron would be fronting DARK ANGEL, and that this band will be allowed to do anything without its key members just is not true. The legend cannot truly ‘return’ unless the key members are on board!
“I look forward to 2014. And I believe we can make some special things happen!”
Ron Rinehart (vocals): “In regards to DARK ANGEL and the present situation: DARK ANGEL has at no time given any authorization to any of our former members to book shows, personal appearances etc. Any shows promises, personal appearances etc. fall under the responsibility of the individual who made those promises, not DARK ANGEL the music group.
“DARK ANGEL believes in providing our incredible fans with the best show that we can possibly deliver, as well as protecting our valued legacy.
“Any future statements will come from DARK ANGEL or our management.”
Mike “Gonz: Gonzales (bass): “I just want to make a statement about the possibility of a DARK ANGEL reunion. It is true that we are talking about doing a run next year, but we are still in the early stages of this discussion. We all plan to sit down together in the near future and reconnect and jam a bit.
“I’m looking forward to seeing the guys again.
“We will keep you posted as things develop.
“I can’t emphasize enough that this is just discussing a reunion. I have not agreed to any appearances yet. Hopefully things will work out.
“I am currently playing in VIKING, as most of you know. Our new album titled ‘No Child Left Behind’, will be dropping very soon. I am very excited about this band and album. It is the first album Gene and I have played together on since ‘Time Does Not Heal’ and I can’t wait for everyone to hear it. It’s brutal!
“In closing, I just want to thank everyone for their support and friendship. Hopefully I’ll be seeing you on the road very soon!”
Speaking to Uwe Harms of Germany’s Radio Gehacktes on August 8, original DARK ANGEL vocalist Don Doty stated: “Mike is still playing with one or two other bands, just as Gene is, but they’re gonna go ahead and reschedule with the other bands so they can fit DARK ANGEL in. DARK ANGEL will come first.
“Gene is quite busy, as we all know, and he does have a lot of things going on [including TESTAMENT and DETHKLOK], but seeing this opportunity, he definitely wants to be on board, and he’s very excited about this, as I am.”
Regarding DARK ANGEL‘s future plans, Doty said: “We started to book some shows. I’m still waiting for our manager, Rob, to go ahead and see what he has in store for us. We’re gonna take it one step at a time. [In addition to the Keep It True], there’s gonna be a few other [dates] that are gonna be happening; I can’t really release those yet.”
Asked what he has been doing since leaving DARK ANGEL in 1987, Doty said: “It’s a long story, and at the same time, it’s a short one. I basically started a family and showed up to my last show [with DARK ANGEL] and told the guys, ‘Hey, look, [I have a] baby [on the way] and I can’t be on the road and do the family thing; it was just too hard for me. There were too many beautiful women in the world and there were too many other opportunities to go off the deep end, and I just could not do that. So with that being said, I took a step back and I told the guys, ‘There will be a day and I will come back and we will finish what we started.”
DARK ANGEL released two albums with Don Doty on vocals — 1984′s “We Have Arrived” and 1986′s “Darkness Descends” — before he exited the group and was replaced by Ron Rinehart (after a brief stint with Jim Drabos in 1987). The band issued two more studio LPs — 1989′s “Leave Scars” and 1991′s “Time Does Not Heal” — before calling it quits in 1992. Rinehart, Hoglan and Meyer reassembled DARK ANGEL more than a decade ago but were forced to abandon their reunion plans after health issues reportedly put an end to Rinehart‘s singing career.
Doty told Radio Gehacktes that his reasons for wanting to put DARK ANGEL back together are pure. “I’m here for the fans, because they’ve been there for me and it’s their turn,” he said. “Let’s get back and let’s have some fun.”
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Metal Hammer, tags: Badgers, Brian Blessed, Carcass, Debut Album, Faith No More, Metal Hammer Magazine, Metal Radio, Metallica, Mother Love Bone, Music, Obscene Pictures, Tonight Show, Ufo, Urge, Word Of The Day
On tonight’s Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio, we’ll be giving you the chance to win t-shirts courtesy of Brian Blessed and the badgers, the debut album comes from Mother Love Bone, there’s music from Gojira, UFO, Metallica and Faith No More, and the word of the day is grapholagnia – the urge to stare at obscene pictures.
Hmm. Tune in from 9pm! Oh, and if you fancy hearing Carcass shoot the shit on yesterday’s show, you can have a listen below:
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Metal Hammer, tags: Carcass, Debut Record, Eyehategod, Lads, Metal Hammer Magazine, Metal Radio, Milas, Old School, Tonight Show, Tribute
Our Milas with the Carcass lads
On tonight’s Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio, we’ll be paying tribute to the debut record by Eyehategod, plus we sit down with Jeff and Bill from Carcass to chat about the stunning new record making metal the old-school way. It’s all happening from 9pm. Tune in or be lame.
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Metal Hammer, tags: Deadbeats, Diy, Emperor, Lads, London Fire, Metal Hammer Magazine, Metal Radio, Milas, Music, New Album, Progressive, Safety Fire, Three Guesses, Tonight Show, Uncle Acid
Our Milas with the Safety Fire lads
On tonight’s Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio, we ’ll be sitting down with London progressive metallers The Safety Fire whose new album is due out next week, discussing what may be the most successful DIY album of all time (you get three guesses), plus music from Emperor, Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats, and more!
Tune in from 9pm
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Metal Hammer, tags: Ac Dc, Black Crowes, Debut Album, Jonathan, Jonathan Davis, Korn, Metal Hammer Magazine, Metal Radio, Music, Pah, Pantera, Show Tune, Terrorvision, Tonight Show, Word Of The Day
On tonight’s Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio, we have an extended and revelatory interview with Jonathan Davis from Korn!
Plus, tonight’s debut album comes from Terrorvision, and there’s music from the Black Crowes, AC/DC and Pantera. And the word of the day is abyssopelagic (ah-BIS-so-pah-lah-jik) — of, like or pertaining to the depths of the ocean.
Deep, like this show. Tune in from 9pm
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Posted by vBoogieMan in Metal Hammer, tags: Bomb, Death Angel, Debut Album, Metal Hammer Magazine, Metal Radio, Montrose, Nuclear Assault, Sacred Reich, Surprise, Testament, Thrash Metal, Tonight Show, Tunes, Word Of The Day
Philly’s Silly Billys
Tonight’s it’s officially Thrash Thursday on the Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio! There’ll be interviews with Municipal Waste and Gama Bomb, tonight’s debut album comes from Montrose and we’ll be playing tunes from Testament, Sacred Reich, Death Angel and Nuclear Assault. Word of the day is mosh. That’s not really a surprise though.
Tune in from 9pm!
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