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ET- The Scorpions

September 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Scorpions' vocalist Klaus Meine and guitarist Matthias Jabs join Eddie Trunk on this live episode to discuss their current U.S. tour with Megadeth. The duo also discuss the past vs. now, their lengthy career, and take questions from the audience. [read on]

ET- Deep Purple

September 14, 2017 // 0 Comments

On yet another live episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Deep Purple's Ian Gillan, Ian Paice, and Roger Glover sit down to discuss their latest album, 'Infinite.' They also take questions from the studio audience and talk about their current U.S. tour with Alice Cooper & Edgar Winter, show riots, plans for the future, Ritchie Blackmore, improvising, and more! [read on]

Metallica’s Lars Ulrich & Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl: “Let’s Play Together One Day”

September 11, 2017 // 0 Comments

We may yet live to see a Metallica and Foo Fighters supergroup emerge to shred our faces off, because respective band leaders Lars Ulrich and Dave Grohl have struck up a gentlemen’s agreement to perform together at some stage in the future. It all went down on the latest episode of the Metallica tubthumber’s Beats 1 radio show It’s Electric!, while he was interviewing the Foos frontman about their respective music idols. “You and I have never played together, so let’s do that… let’s play together one day,” Ulrich said, to which Grohl — channelling his inner Han Solo — replied, “I know! [read on]

ET- Alice Cooper

September 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

Legendary shock rocker Alice Cooper joins Eddie Trunk on this episode, which was once again filmed in front of a live studio audience! In addition to discussing his latest album, 'Paranormal,' Cooper also discusses The Hollywood Vampires, his sobriety, golfing, his relationship with renowned artist Salvador Dali, his favorite horror movies, working with Johnny Depp, tricks gone wrong on stage, and more! [read on]

Metallica’s James Hetfield Suffers Serious Fall On Stage, Keeps Playing Anyway

September 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

Metallica frontman James Hetfield has bounced back after suffering a serious fall during the band’s concert at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on Monday night. Fan-shot footage from the show (below, via Blabbermouth) shows Hetfield falling into a hole in the stage during the song ‘Now That We’re Dead’. Crew members can be seen rushing to his aid, before Hetfield returns to his feet and keeps performing, although clearly in some pain. Metallica are yet to release a statement about the fall, or any injuries Hetfield may have sustained. Metallica are currently touring in Europe as part of their ‘WorldWired’ tour, [read on]

ET- Jerry Cantrell // Sully Erna

August 31, 2017 // 0 Comments

With football season right around the corner, Eddie talks to Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell about his fantasy football draft for charity as well as opening for Slayer, the deaths of Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington, and the future for Alice in Chains. Then, Godsmack mainman Sully Erna joins in to discuss his solo project, his work raising drug awareness with the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, overcoming band drama, the rivalry between The New England Patriots and the New York Giants, and more! [read on]

Metallica Are Dropping Unreleased Music In A New ‘Master Of Puppets’ Box Set

August 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

Shave your moustache into a handlebar and come crawling faster…. because Metallica are set to unleash some never-before-heard tunes in the remastered edition of one of the greatest metal albums ever minted, Master Of Puppets. The Re-Master of Puppets box set will be packed with virgin demos, rough mixes, videos, live tracks, interviews, photos & more from your favourite thrashlords. The new pimped-out edition of the iconic 1986 LP is due to crash land on Friday, 10th November on ‘Tallica’s own Blackened Recordings, with pre-orders available now. Metalheads who pre-order the standard LP will receive an instant download [read on]

ET- Stephen Pearcy // Robert Mason // Dee Snider

August 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

On this jam packed triple shot of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, which was recorded in front of a live audience at House of Blues in Houston, T.X., Eddie is first joined by Ratt's Stephen Pearcy who discusses his return to the band, the potential for new Ratt music, his new solo album, 'Smash,' and more. Then, Warrant singer Robert Mason discusses replacing Jani Lane, his relationship with Lane, doing back up vocals for Ozzy, and then some! The show is closed out with an appearance from Twisted Sister mainman Dee Snider, who discusses writing a Christmas song that appeared on a Celine Dion album, retiring from Twisted Sister, his solo album, 'We are the Ones,' and much else! [read on]

NEW QUICKSAND ALBUM INTERIORS TO BE RELEASED ON NOVEMBER 10 ON EPITAPH

August 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

New York City post-hardcore band Quicksand are pleased to announce the upcoming release of Interiors, their first album in 22 years. Interiors features the band’s original (and only) lineup of drummer Alan Cage, frontman/guitarist Walter Schreifels, bassist Sergio Vega, and guitarist Tom Capone. The album will be released on November 10 on Epitaph. Quicksand have also shared a new video for the first song shared off the album titled “Illuminant,” the lead single and opening track from Interiors. With its heavy but melodic guitar lines, intense rhythms, and emotionally charged lyrics, “Illuminant” shows the scope of [read on]

Prong’s Tommy Victor Talks New Record, Major Label Bullsh*t, Chris Cornell and Unusual Fan Requests

August 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

  The first time I heard Prong was back in 1990 on Headbanger’s Ball.The song was called “Beg to Differ,” and it was pretty much the coolest thing I had heard since discovering thrash metal. But this was different; it was a new type of thrash. It was hardcore, but also very melodic. I was hooked and instantly became a fan that would hang on every release that followed. Prong would continue to evolve by experimenting with industrial sounds before finding success through MTV and relentless touring, only to be eventually caught up in major label bullshit and drowned out by the unstoppable grunge moment. Prong founding member Tommy [read on]