Podcast Episode 114 – Ol Drake And Dylan Furr

Posted in Audio, Feed, Interviews on July 24th, 2015 by marsaries

During episode 114 of the podcast we welcome two guests, Ol Drake, formerly of Evile, and Dylan Furr. The first part of the episode belongs to Dylan, among the items discussed with him include coming up with the concept behind his new album Juxtaposition, singing and playing multiple instruments on the album, having Dave Reffett and Miles Baker guest on his album, along with a bunch of other topics.

The second part of the episode contains an in depth chat former Evile lead guitarist Ol Drake. He discusses his solo album Old Rake, working with James Murphy, consciously trying to not write material that would not be mistaken with Evile, purposely not trying to make a one dimensional instrumental album, getting ready for Bloodstock Open Air, as well as what the future holds for him, if any, in the music industry.

During the episode you’ll hear tracks off of both Juxtaposition, and Old Rake, support the bands you love, and pick up their albums from one of the following vendors:

Ol Drake – Old Rake

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Dylan Furr – Juxtaposition

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Annihilator – King Of The Kill

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Angelus Apatrida – Hidden Evolution

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Bootleg – Metallica – The Four Horsemen with John Bush

Posted in Bootlegs on July 17th, 2015 by marsaries

During episode 112 of the Mars Attacks Podcast I asked John Bush “You played with Metallica during their thirtieth anniversary shows, and did the Four Horsemen. Was this more fulfilling for you, Metallica or the fans?” To find out what he answer, go here to listen to the complete episode.

One thing I have to admire about John Bush’s performance, no teleprompter, no lyric sheet, why is it that people are asked to cover tracks live, and they don’t know the words? Then you hear an interview afterwards “they were such a huge influence”, but yet you don’t know the words!

Do yourself a favor and check out all of Metallica XXX shows, you can pick them up from LiveMetallica.com. The four shows took place between December 5th and 10th, 2011.

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Videos – Lynch Mob – Automatic Fix

Posted in Video on July 16th, 2015 by marsaries

Although a lot of 80s artists were poo-pooed for good long time during the 90s, George Lynch is definitely a musician that has influenced countless musicians. Listen to his percussive picking style, and realize that there were so many artists that have come after him that have applied that same type of rhythmic playing to their own arsenal. George is always busy, and is about to release another Lynch Mob album called Rebel.

You can order the album Rebel from here.

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Classic Video Of The Week – Metallica – The Unnamed Feeling

Posted in Classic VIdeo Of The Week on July 15th, 2015 by marsaries

Anytime the words St. Anger are mentioned it elicits all types of reactions, unfortunately most of them are negative. The paint can snare sound, the lack of solos, and Bob Rock’s production and bass playing. Well I happen to think St. Anger has some cool songs on it, don’t get me wrong, it has some steaming turds as well, but if you substitute the snare with something that sounds more “appropriate” and add Robert Trujillo to the mix, well you get this, a live version of what is in my opinion one of the heaviest riffs the band has ever recorded, and the best song off of the album.

Want to pick up the CD/DVD version that includes the band playing the entire album live in the studio? You can pick it up from Amazon.

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New Blood Spotlight – Once Human

Posted in New Blood Spotlight on July 14th, 2015 by marsaries

Once Human is a band that features one time Machine Head and Soulfly guitarist turned famed producer Logan Mader. The band is made up of Mader on guitar, multi-instrumentalist Lauren Hart on vocals, Damian Rainauld on bass, and Ralph Alexander on drums. Check out their lyrical video for the track Terminal.

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Videos – Fear Factory – ProtoMech

Posted in Video on July 14th, 2015 by marsaries

Fear Factory has released another lyric video for a track off of their forthcoming album Genexus. The name of the track is ProtoMech.

Pre-order the album from any of the following links:

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New Track Spotlight – Pentagram – Misunderstood

Posted in Video on July 13th, 2015 by marsaries

Bobby Liebling and Pentagram return to with a new track Misunderstood. So many rumors about Bobby’s health, but he still keeps going, and putting out some killer music.

Pentagram’s new album Curious Volume will be released on August 29, pre-order it from amazon.

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Videos – Marilyn Manson – Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge

Posted in Video on July 13th, 2015 by marsaries

Earlier this year Marilyn Manson put out one of my favorite albums to be released this year, The Pale Emperor. It amazed me that people’s comments regarding the album were to the effect of “their first good album since Anti-Christ Superstar”! Music if very subjective, but just because you tuned out, lost track, or have only come back to an artist or band because your job asks you to, do es equate someone’s best album since their biggest album. Artists are to blame for this as well, how many times to we have to read “this is Shout At The Devil mixed with Dr. Feelgood”? Or “Destroyer mixed with Creatures, mixed with Revenge”. The end result is usually nowhere near the comparisons, and for some, a huge letdown.

You would be doing us a big favor by going to any of the links below to pick up the album The Pale Emperor. Even if you aren’t interested in the album, click through and purchase something that interests you instead.

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Podcast Episode 113 – Joey Vera of Armored Saint

Posted in Audio, Feed, Interviews on July 11th, 2015 by marsaries

During episode 113 of the podcast we welcome Armored Saint’s Joey Vera. Among the items discussed are their new album Win Hands Down, his production work with the band, transitioning to become one of the main songwriters after Dave Pritchard passed away, and his current as well as future involvement with Motor Sister.

The episode features samples of Armored Saint’s latest album Win Hands Down. Support the bands you love, and help the show out at the same time. Pick up any of the material featured during the episode from one of the following links:

Armored Saint – Win Hands Down

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Classic Video Of The Week – Queensryche – Eyes Of A Stranger

Posted in Classic VIdeo Of The Week on July 8th, 2015 by marsaries

In the event that you do not own the classic album Operation Mindcrime by Queensryche, you can pick it up from one of the following retailers:

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