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Periphery Drummer Matt Halpern on The MetalSucks Podcast #278

Periphery drummer Matt Halpern joins us this week. We talk about the band’s new album Periphery IV: Hail Stan, which stan he’d be hailing if he had a choice, the importance of taking a full year to write the record, releasing it on the band’s own label 3DOT Recordings, having Adam “Nolly” Getgood produce and play bass despite exiting the band a few years ago, how he continues to teach drum lessons, being part owner of the software company Getgood Drums and his feelings on drum software in general, and why he and Spencer choose to record the song “Shadow of the Day” by Linkin Park as a tribute to Chester Bennington.

Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn tackle Sammy Hagar’s comments on Michael Anthony returning to Van Halen, the internet mom who attacked the wrong Mastodon on behalf of her son, and Duff McKagan referencing the “magnificent” material Axl has for a new Guns N’ Roses album.

Stream this week’s episode below. Remember to subscribe to the MetalSucks Podcast on iTunessubscribe to our direct feed or download this episode directly. The MetalSucks Podcast is a member of the Jabberjaw podcast network.

Songs:
Periphery – “Blood Eagle”
Fallujah – “Ultraviolet”

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