NewsWednesday April 24 2019, 6:51 AM
Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit , etc. fame appeared recently on the ‘ Talk Toomey Podcast ‘ and discussed his various ongoing projects, including the recent Big Dumb Face album “ Where Is Duke Lion? He’s Dead… “. Speaking during the chat of...Tuesday April 23 2019, 11:28 PM
Former JUDAS PRIEST frontman Tim "Ripper" Owens , who recorded two studio albums with the band before PRIEST reunited with Rob Halford in 2003, was asked by the "Focus On Metal" podcast which songs from his era of the group he would...Tuesday April 23 2019, 11:24 PM
Black metal veterans DARKTHRONE will release their new album, "Old Star" , on May 31 via Peaceville . The band's first studio album since 2016's "Arctic Thunder" sees the Norwegian legends cut through six new epic tracks, taking in the...Tuesday April 23 2019, 11:22 PM
SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR frontman Corey Taylor will play another solo show on Sunday, May 19 at Gardenamp in Garden Grove, California. Opening the event once again will be CHERRY BOMBS , the all-girl dance group led by Taylor 's fiancée...Tuesday April 23 2019, 11:20 PM
QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Michael Wilton says that "countless fans" have thanked him for revamping and revitalizing the band since the departure of original singer Geoff Tate . The current QUEENSRŸCHE lineup features Wilton and fellow...
ReviewsSunday March 10 2019, 9:04 PM
If these two songs are any hint of what the next full length from Gravehuffer is gonna sound like, they are going to be huge! Demon Face is based on a story about a man with two faces. Edward Mordake (variously Mordrake ) is the...Wednesday June 27 2018, 4:23 PM
Snipers of Babel – Redemption – Review This record begins by putting you in panic mode right in the middle of what I imagine like a scary video game full of zombies and mutated alien cyborgs coming at you from all corners some battle...Sunday June 17 2018, 6:17 PM
In the year of the wölf British rockers Orange Goblin have been blasting out electric time-traveling blues for over 20 years. Beginning as a galaxy-gazing stoner metal outfit, their sound hardened while crossing dimensions into the 21st...Sunday June 17 2018, 6:09 PM
Separating YOB’s music from its frontman is like subtracting volume from their stage show. Vocalist/guitarist Michael Scheidt’s spirit is deeply entwined with YOB’s elemental doom. When his soul aches, his riffs dredge pain from a bottomless...Saturday February 3 2018, 10:51 AM
Vicious Nature are homegrown metallers from Wolverhampton featuring ex members of Marshall Law, Cloven Hoof and Cerebal Fix and their sound is classic heavy metal with a big slab of modern edge. Vicious Nature will appeal to those of you who...
InterviewsSaturday April 20 2019, 1:09 PM
Clouds Taste Satanic join the Zach Moonshine Show for a live Q&A with fans and listeners. We talk about being an instrumental band and the reason why they do not need vocals, doom bands covering Pink Floyd, writing music and using themes,...Saturday April 13 2019, 10:58 AM
The band Smoulder joins us for a Q&A with fans and listeners on the show. We talk about He-Man, Fantasy Album Art, White Unicorn Beer, Cruz Del Sur, BangerTV, Sam Dunn and more! This episode features brand new music from Smoulder,...Saturday April 6 2019, 12:34 PM
West of Hell is a band that delivers a unique form of heavy metal with a wide range of influences from power, death and prog metal to thrash, groove and classic metal. Band members first connected in the mid-2000s in West Auckland, New...Saturday April 6 2019, 11:30 AM
Jon Paul Davis from Conan & Ungraven joins The Zach Moonshine Show to talk about all things Conan and Ungraven. We talk about his record label Black Bow Records and his management company Black Skull Services. We talk about how he gets his...Saturday March 30 2019, 6:44 PM
Ritchie Randall from Gravehuffer joins The Zach Moonshine Show for a live Q&A with fans and listeners! We talk about the new EP coming out on Noslip Records, getting the band on vinyl, the gear that Ritchie uses, and the fallout from...
ActivityWes Borland: Why No One Wants New Limp Bizkit, Says... Wednesday April 24 2019, 6:51 AM
Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit, etc. fame appeared recently on the ‘Talk Toomey Podcast‘ and discussed his various ongoing projects, including the recent Big Dumb Face album “Where Is Duke Lion? He’s Dead…“. Speaking during the chat of the... More
Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit, etc. fame appeared recently on the ‘Talk Toomey Podcast‘ and discussed his various ongoing projects, including the recent Big Dumb Face album “Where Is Duke Lion? He’s Dead…“. Speaking during the chat of the oft-delayed Limp Bizkit album “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants” and his recent comments that nobody wants to hear new material from the outfit, he explained: “Nobody really wants it, but we have to do it to make promoters interested in the band and give them something to talk about so we can continue to tour and play shows. When I say nobody particularly wants a new Limp Bizkit record, it’s because we sort of morphed into this nostalgic thing to where people want to hear the eleven singles that we put out and that’s it. I can noticably see crowds attention drop when we play a song that is not “My Generation“, “My Way“, “Break Struff“, “Nookie“, “Rearranged“, “N2 Together Now“, “Take A Look Around“, etc., etc.. When we’re not playing one of those tracks, people go a little bit like “hmmph.”. Except for like 50 people up front going ‘Oh my god they’re playing “Stuck“!’… So when I say no one wants the new Limp Bizkit record, it’s mostly because of that.” He also spoke of Staind frontman Aaron Lewis, whom Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst nurtured earlier on in their career. “Aaron Lewis also came up to me in an airport randomly, I happened to be going back… I was visiting my parents in Jacksonville, and flying back to L.A.. And he’s like ‘Where ya headed?’, I just happened to run into him and hadn’t seen him in awhile. He goes ‘Where ya headed?’ And I went ‘I’m going home.’ And he goes ‘Home?” and I went ‘Yeah I just visited my parents, I’m going back home to L.A.’. And for the record I’ve lived in L.A. longer than any other city in my life. He goes… Aaron looks at me and he kind of turns his chin up and goes ‘Nah man, remember where you came from, Florida is your home, not L.A.. That’s home.” And I just went ‘Fuck you man.’ And I never talked to him again after that.” He continued: “That guy is such a dickhead. So full of himself, such a dickhead, I wish nothing but the worst for him. Amen. I could not believe the audacity, and just like pretentiousness—especially for someone that acts like they’re like a country boy now and they’re from Illinois. Anyway, digusting person. No thanks, peace.” …I don’t want be a shit talker. But I have no problem talking shit about that guy, he’s terrible.” Via The PRP Less
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