Bryan Scott is a heavy metal drummer currently working in Erasing Never. He recently traveled to Dallas Texas to attend the funeral of legendary Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul and gives his account of the send off to one of the most influential drummers of the nineties. He also gives us an update on new Erasing Never music, upcoming projects with Phil Brewtall (who also sits in on this podcast and more! Paul, Phil and Bryan are working on a side project which will see the light of day sometime soon. Subscribe to The Rock Savages Podcast on iTunes or Youtube and leave a rating and review to help spread the word!
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On the anniversary of losing two rock legends, we talk about the musical legacy of Layne Staley and Kurt Cobain. We also discuss the new album by The Sword, Heinz 57 Sauce, Inkcarceration, and much much more.
Today we talk about the Super Bowl, The latest excellent album by Corrosion Of Conformity, Machine Heads latest, how bad movies have become, and robot slaves that will be coming in the near future. Will they turn on us? Tune in to find out. We get weird on this one. Subscribe to The Rock Savages Podcast on iTunes, YouTube or Stitcher. And also share this thing with your friends who are into Rock!
Ramble episodes are when we have no guest, and tackle many different topics. On this one we discuss the coorelation between Christmas Shopping and more bad drivers on the road, Joe Rogan, Josh Homme, The Paleo Diet etc. Beau is the Drummer in Burn Blue Sky. Paul is the Singer/Guitarist and main songwriter in Red Water Tragedy. Both bands are on iTunes. The Rock Savages Podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher & YouTube. Subscribe, and share it with your friends! #rocksavagepod #burnbluesky #redwatertragedy #ohiomusicscene
Kirk Windstein is the founder of the heavy metal New Orleans band Crowbar. He recently sat down with The Rock Savages Podcast during a tour stop at The Outpost Concert Club in Kent Ohio. Kirk gives insight on his songwriting process, his time with Down and Kingdom Of Sorrow, and discusses plans for Crowbar in 2018. The latest Crowbar album "The Serpent Only Lies" is available now through eOne Music and iTunes.
Today we catch up and talk about losing Tom Petty and the recent tragic events in Las Vegas. We also chat about the latest crisis in Hollywood. We also play a song by Hate Theory called "Unchained, Unbeaten" which is available on iTunes now.
We go over Classic Rock Magazine's Top 50 Albums of 2017 so far. And there are some good ones on this list, such as Mastodon, All Them Witches, The Magpie Salute, and more. We also chat about millionaire rock stars who are overly political, and the irony between some of the anti-capitalist rhetoric of some of these folks, and how they are benefiting the most from the system they appear to hate. We also feature a song from our local rock buddies in Contra. They just released their new album "Deny Everything" through Shifty Records. It is available now on iTunes.
Today we talk about the brand new album by Mastodon "Emperor Of Sand" which is out now. The band comes to the Cleveland Agora on May 4th, so go get your tickets now! Also we play a song by the band Slow Season called "Sixty-Eight" which is available on iTunes now.
We just got done with two weekends of playing rock shows in Northeast Ohio. Burn Blue Sky played their first St. Patty's Day show ever and it was a blast. Red Water Tragedy also played in Akron, and it was killer as usual. We also talk about the latest comedy specials released by Dave Chappelle last week on Netflix, and the ridiculous controversy surrounding his stand up comedy. Today we play the song "Netflix And Kill" by the bad ass band "Sweaty Mammoth", which is available on their band camp page now.