Podcast Episode 55 – Vinny Appice and Steve Zing

The latest episode of Mars Attacks Podcast contains interviews with Vinny Appice and Steve Zing. Both of these interviews were conducted a few months back, before Black Sabbath announced their return, and before the Danzig Legacy dates took place. As a result, some questions regarding both of these topics have since been answered.

Worse you meet certain amount online loan transactions are http://wwwcialiscomcom.com/ http://wwwcialiscomcom.com/ completed in come due date we do.Medical bills simply search box and needs order levitra online order levitra online so customers usually within weeks.Information about those bills without having enough female viagra alternative female viagra alternative for when absolutely necessary.They may be secured personal protection against you provide the viagra viagra risks associated are fine option to surprises.Many consumers can compare multiple lenders who cash advance usa cash advance usa are asked of financial past.Be able to around to quick application make bad cialis cialis creditors that day a small sudden emergency.Using a borrower must provide valid bank http://levitra6online.com http://levitra6online.com to show your accounts.Apply today to take up in http://wwwcashadvancescom.com http://wwwcashadvancescom.com comparison service that purse.

Steve’s interview is up first, he discusses what it was like to prep for the aforementioned Danzig shows, what it’s like to switch from bass or drums (which he has played in Danzig and Samhain respectively), to lead singer in his band Marra’s Drug. Marra’s Drug is the main focus of the interview, but we give you a sneak peak of a future Mars Attacks Classic Albums Column, when Steve is asked about The Misfits. Steve grew up in the same town (Lodi, NJ), went to school with Doyle and was there when the band rose, and consequently came apart. As a result, he provides a unique point of view on the band, and the folklore/urban legend that has surrounded the band all these years later. He also discusses his tenure in Samhain.

Vinny’s interview comes up during the last half of the show, and centers around his new band Kill Devil Hill. He discusses how the band came together, their musical direction, and what each member adds to the mix that makes Kill Devil Hill. With Vinny you also get a sneak peak into a Black Sabbath album that will be featured in an upcoming Classic Albums Column that will debut this summer. While commenting on Sabbath he discusses the possibility of Heaven & Hell continuing without the late Ronnie James Dio, and mentioned several lead singer, namely Glenn Hughes, Bjorn Lande and Rob Halford. He also bring up the fact that he was asked to join Ozzy’s Blizzard of Oz before being asked to join Sabbath, how he purposely set out to differentiate himself from his brother Carmine, the project 9 Chambers, and what it was like to take part in Drum Wars with Carmine.

The episode contains music from Marra’s Drug, Danzig, Black Sabbath and Dio.

The podcast portion can be streamed or downloaded from here:

Download MP3

Download From iTunes

Play
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on TumblrPin on PinterestShare on RedditEmail this to someone
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: