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Doc welcomes Ryan J. Downey (Speak N' Destroy Podcast, Stream N' Destroy Newsletter, Demon Hunter Manager), Eric German (Entertainment Lawyer), and Mike Mowery (Artist Manager - Ice 9 Kills, Solence) to the show to have a roundtable discussion about the pressure artists have to make content on social media, how it's affecting their mental health, and how it takes away their focus on making music. This episode features the songs "The Paradox" by Spectrum of the Sixth Dimension and "Vampire" by Solence. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Follow Ryan on Instagram @ryanjdowney_ and Twitter @ryandowney Follow Eric on Instagram and Twitter @ejgerman Follow Mike on Instagram and Twitter @mikeoloop Support this week's show sponsor Spectrum of the Sixth Dimension at https://spectrumofthesixthdimension.bandcamp.com/track/the-paradox  Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Bad Wolves guitarist, Max Karon, to the show and they talk about how Max got into playing guitar and home recording, how that led him to eventually becoming a guitar tech for Coal Chamber, how that led him to working for Devildriver, eventually meeting John Boecklin, and starting the band that would ultimately become Bad Wolves, why he ended up leaving the band and focusing on guitar teching and joining Once Human, the philosophy behind his unique guitar tone and playing style, why he wanted to rejoin Bad Wolves, and how he has evolved as a creative person through the years. This episode features the songs "The Body" by Bad Wolves and "Deadlock" by Once Human featuring Robb Flynn. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Follow Max on Instagram @MaxKaronMusic Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Soulfly frontman and guitarist, Max Cavalera, to the show and they talk about how well the Cavalera Beneath/Arise Tour has been going, how the old-school Sepultura sound influenced the new Soulfly album, Totem, what it was like having Dino Cazares play lead guitar for Soulfly on tour, the secret to Max's guitar tone, if he prefers the thrash or nu-metal style's on metal, how Killer Be Killed writes their albums, his experience recording Chaos A.D. with Andy Wallace in Wales, and Max shares some insight into the making of Roots. This episode features the songs "Run" by Mother Mercury, "Running Out Of Time" by Lovell's Blade, and "Superstition" by Soulfly. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Mother Mercury at https://www.facebook.com/mothermercurymusic Please support this episode's sponsor Lovell's Blade at https://lovellsblade.bandcamp.com/ Max Cavalera photo by Jim Louvau Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes guitar virtuoso, Jason Richardson, to the show and they talk about Jason getting his start in Virginia with his 1st band, starting to learn music through piano and drums before he picked up the guitar, how he landed a gig as a touring guitarist for All Shall perish when he was only 17, what it was like working on The Discovery album, why joining Born of Osiris was such a tough decision, his difficult time dealing with getting kicked out of the band, landing on his feet by joining Chelsea Grin, why he decided to go solo, his relationship with drummer, Luke Holland, his work ethic as an independent artist, what it's like playing with All That Remains, and his love for video games. This episode features the songs "Departing Ways" by Seeking Sirens and "Upside Down" by Jason Richardson and Luke Holland featuring Tim Henson. Follow Jason on Instagram @JasonReevesRichardson and Twitter @JasonGrin Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Seeking Sirens at https://linktr.ee/joeydangerously Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Municipal Waste drummer, Dave Witte, to the show and they talk about Dave's early days in New Jersey with experimental death/grind band, Human Remains, what drove him to push his playing to the extreme with Discordance Axis, how his drive to just want to play and tour as much as he could lead him to play in multiple bands, what he learned touring the world with avant-garde Japanese band, Melt Banana, how Burnt By The Sun came together and eventually disbanded, joining Municipal waste and getting to taste success, how the fun-factor set Municipal Waste apart and starting a vegan restaurant in Richmond, VA. This episode features the songs "Eventually" by Belclaire and "Electrified Brain" by Municipal Waste. Follow Dave on Instagram @Stoutmania and Twitter @WITTE_DW Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Belclaire at https://www.facebook.com/belclairemusic/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Cave In and Mutoid Man vocalist and guitarist, Stephen Brodsky, to the show and they talk about Cave In's early days and discovering his role as a vocalist, the impact of Until Your Heart Stops, what inspired the band's evolution to a less "metal" sound, pressure from a major label to write a hit with the Antennae album, moving to New York and starting Mutoid Man with Ben Kohler, what busking on the street taught him, how his role as a songwriter as evolved through the years, what his tricks of the trade are as far as guitar effects and amplifiers, and how he ended up playing with Quicksand. This episode features the songs "Breaking Point" by Lockjaw and "New Reality" by Cave In. Follow Stephen on Instagram and Twitter @StephenBrodsky Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Lockjaw at https://linktr.ee/lockjawmetal Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Metallica bass player, Robert Trujillo, to the show and they talk about Rob's early influences in R&B and Funk growing up in LA, how guitarist Rocky Goerge helped get him to join Suicidal Tendencies, how his funk bass playing style influenced Suicidal's sound, what led to the creation of Infectious Grooves, how one opportunity led to the next and he ended up playing with Ozzy, forming a community of musicians that he admires, how he developed his approach to professionalism within his career, how he has avoided the "rock star" attitude that plagues so many successful musicians, the real story behind him nailing his Metallica audition, and his advice on how to manage emotions and personalities within a band environment. This episode features the songs "Falling Out" by Vallion, "Too Far" by Budderside, and "ManUNkind" by Metallica. Follow Robert on Instagram @RobTrujillo and @RobertTrujillo on Twitter Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Vallion at vallionfl.com  Please support this episode's sponsor Budderside at www.budderside.com Please support this episode's sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.scottgoodcompany.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Dylan "Funny Man" Alvarez, vocalist from Hollywood Undead to the show, and they talk about Hollywood Undead's recent tour with Bad Wolves and Papa Roach, growing up in LA and discovering hip hop and punk rock, Hollywood Undead catching their break on Myspace, the lore behind the band wearing masks and eventually removing them, their old partying days, and what he believes is the secret to their success and longevity. This episode features the songs "Serenity" by Art and the Resistance and "CHAOS" by Hollywood Undead. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Art and the Resistance at https://linktr.ee/Artandtheresistance Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes former Fear Factory vocalist, Burton C. Bell, to the show and they talk about how he has felt since leaving Fear Factory, making a new Ascension Of The Watchers album, what influenced his early vocal style, whether or not he invented "good cop, bad cop" vocals in metal, how touring with hardcore bands influenced his approach to singing, how he ended up singing for Geezer Butler's solo album, the process of recording Demanufacture, what he's learned from experiencing a falling out with the members of Fear Factory, and how the style of Fear Factory created some limitations creatively. This episode features the songs "Our Betrayal" by Generation Underground featuring Pablo Viveros and "Drive Boy Shooting" by G//Z/R. Follow Burton on Instagram @burtoncbell_official and Twitter @Burton_C_Bell Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Generation Underground at https://generationunderground.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Photo by Michael Alago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter, John LaMacchia, to the show, and they talk about John's venture to become a solo artist during the pandemic, how the two met through the NY/NJ hardcore scene, Candiria's legendary status as high-level musicians, how the band evolved artistically through the years, how their van accident shifted their personal priorities, John's resistance to the more mainstream leanings of What Doesn't Kill You, moving on from the band to start Spylacopa, and reuniting to make a new album in the last few years. This episode features the songs "All In" by Saturn Six and "While They Were Sleeping" by Candiria. Follow John on Instagram and Twitter @LaMacchiamusic Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Saturn Six at www.saturnsixmusic.com  Please support this episode's sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.scottgoodcompany.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc gives a tour update and talks about the war in Ukraine. This episode features the song "B.Y.O.B." by System of a Down. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.scottgoodcompany.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes music journalist and media personality, Terry "Beez" Bezer, to the show, and they talk about Beez getting his start in the UK media writing for Kerrang, Metal Hammer, and Rock Sound, his transition to being in front of the camera as a host for Scuzz TV, how dishonest practices within the media inspired him to start the That's Not Metal Podcast, how moving to LA is helping his goal of bringing heavy music back to the mainstream, his success on Twitch, why he focuses on giving new, exciting, eclectic artists a platform to be heard, what the next big thing in metal is, and his foray into the world of NFTs with Avenged Sevenfold's Death Bat collection. This episode features the songs "Won" by Trip Villain and "Aaj" by Bloodywood. Follow Terry on Instagram and Twitter @TerryBeez666 Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Trip Villain at https://tripvillain.bandcamp.com/album/won Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes The Punk Rock MBA Youtube channel and podcast host, Finn McKenty, to the show, and they talk about Finn's transition to Twitch, developing his second channel, what Punk Rock MBA fans want out of his main channel, what it means to have good taste in music and art, the societal impact that provocative art can have, his bias against heavy metal culture, how social media algorithms encourage bad behavior by creators, Kanye West and MGK taking things too far, and the two debate the merits of new music versus old music. This episode features the songs "Fremen" by Mantra of Morta and "Gucci Gang" by Lil Pump. Follow Fin on Instagram @FinnMckenty and Twitter @thepunkrockmba Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Mantra of Morta at https://mantraofmorta.com/ Please support this episode's sponsor Godsize Records at https://www.godsizerecs.com/ Please support this episode's sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.youtube.com/c/ScottBowlinggoodcompany Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Lions At The Gate guitarist, Ahrue Luster, to the show, and they. talk about how he moved around a lot growing up, moving to the Bay Area with thrash band, The Horde Of Torment, how he got the audition for Machine Head, what the experience of making The Burning Red with producer Ross Robinson was like, why he left Machine Head and ended up in Ill Nino so quickly, the challenges of learning the Latin guitar style, what the creative process with Ill Nino was like, how leaving the band, death in the family, and divorce caused him to reassess his whole life, and starting new band Lions At The Gate with his ex-Ill Nino bandmates. This episode features the songs "Ignite" by Reign of Z and "Scapegoat" by Lions At The Gate. Follow Ahrue on Instagram @Ahrue and Twitter @AhrueLuster Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Reign of Z at https://www.facebook.com/ReignofZ/ Please support this episode's sponsor Godsize Records at https://www.godsizerecs.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Periphery guitarist, Misha Mansoor, to the show, and they talk about how Misha manages his busy schedule, what the band dynamics are like within Periphery in terms of splitting revenue and sharing responsibility, why he treats Periphery like a passion project, the evolution of how bands tour and survive, his influence on modern-day djent as well as self-sufficient content creators, and the two share their thoughts on the current political climate. This episode features the songs "Gotta Get Outta Here" by Blacklite District and "Hellfire" by Haunted Shores. Follow Misha on Instagram and Twitter @MishaPeriphery Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Blacklite District at https://www.blacklitedistrict.net/ Please support this episode's sponsor Godsize Records at https://www.godsizerecs.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes, Willie Gee, professional guitar tech for bands like Kind Diamond and formerly Megadeth, to the show, and they talk about how Willie discovered rock and metal growing up as a black kid in Indiana, becoming infatuated with the guitar, how he ended up working as a guitar tech for King Diamond, what he thinks makes someone a good roadie, his time filling on bass guitar for God Forbid, his thoughts on why real guitar amps and cabs are better live than digital, his infamous reputation as a misanthrope, and what the future holds for Willie as a guitar tech. This episode features the songs "Images" by REdEFIND and "Into The Fire" by Roadrunner United featuring Matt Heafy and King Diamond. Follow Willie on Instagram @WillieAGee Photo by Jeremy Saffer Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor REdEFIND at https://www.facebook.com/REdEFINDband Please support this episode's sponsor Godsize Records at https://www.godsizerecs.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Dream Theater and Liquid Tension Experiment guitarist, John Petrucci, to the show and they talk about the key to Dream Theater's creative consistency throughout their career, their personal chemistry as a band, how he feels about their relationship with the progressive metal label and subculture, how having a hit song on MTV gave them a leg up in the 90s, keeping up as a musician with all of the advances in technical playing and technology, and what inspired his keen business mindset in branching out to branding himself with signature and licensed prouducts. This episode features the songs "Monster Zero" by Kyle Ewers and "Answering The Call" by Dream Theater. Follow John on Instagram @JohnPetrucciOfficial and Twitter @JPetrucci Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Kyle Ewers at www.kyleewersmusic.com Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes former Five Five Death Punch drummer and current Psycho Synner frontman, Jeremy Spencer, to the show, and they talk about Doc and Jeremy's time touring together with Five Finger Death Punch, why he ultimately decided to leave the band, how FFDP built their career to such great heights through the years, Jeremy dealing with debilitating back issues, why he decided to become a vocalist/frontman for his new band Pyscho Synner, where the inspiration developed to go in a more theatrical visual direction, dealing with pushback from online haters, recording and releasing 9 new albums on one day, and what his experience was like writing a memoir. This episode features the songs "Run" by Sinshrift and "Devil From Hell" by Psycho Synner. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Sinshrift at https://www.facebook.com/Sinshrift/ Please support this episode's sponsor Godsize Records at https://www.godsizerecs.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Armored Saint vocalist, John Bush, to the show, and they talk about Armored Saint's new album, Symbol of Salvation Live, what the early days were like for the band, why they struggled to breakthrough on a bigger scale, how he has balanced making a living outside of music for his whole career, how he discovered his approach to his unique vocal style, his feelings on the creative output in his time with Anthrax, why Anthrax tended to lean towards less thrashy material during his tenure, and how he weighs creative success versus commercial success. This episode features the songs "Petitions & Protesters" by The Opinion Industry, "Into The Deep End" by Cerebellion, and "Reign of Fire" (Live) by Armored Saint. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor The Opinion Industry at www.theopinionindustry.com.au Please support this episode's sponsor Cerebellion at https://cerebellion1.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doc welcomes Eyal Levi (Daath, URM Academy) and John Browne (Monuments) for a podswap with The Riffhard Podcast, and they talk about dealing with adversity and humility, figuring out when is the best time to move on from a bad situation, applying creative pursuits to things other than music, what inspired Eyal to lose weight, the Bad Wolves singer search, Monuments next chapter without Olly Steele, and what keeps Doc interested in The Ex-Man podcast. This episode features the songs "Aphelion" by Among You and "Lavos" by Monuments featuring Mick Gordon. Follow Eyal on Instagram @EyalLeviURMAudio on Instagram and @TheRealEyal Levi on Twitter Follow John Browne on Instagram @BrowneMonuments Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Among You at https://amongyouorg.wordpress.com/ Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Brian Mercer

My boy Doc love this brings back so many memories of being a crazy mosh pit metal head thanks doc

Feb 15th
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David Zamora

I love this podcast! Doc is doing great interviews here. I'm only a few episodes in and I'm ready to binge this stuff like it's Netflix. As a musician and fan this stuff fills a void. Props to Doc for the intro music, as well.

Jan 6th
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