We sat down with Brody and Adam from Reading, PA-based death metal act RIVERS OF NIHIL to talk about staying sane on tour, the process of writing an album, and their meteoric rise into the modern metal scene.
We sat down with Patrick and Tim from New Jersey-based deathcore act FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY to talk about being a band in 2019, the trials and tribulations of touring on the road, and their journey since the beginning.
We sat down with Finland's own power metal legends SONATA ARCTICA to talk about their live gear, songwriting process, and their new sound.
We sat down with Tampa-based power metal outfit Kamelot to talk about their approach to performing live, writing new, and what it takes to function on the whole as a band. Oh, and poutine and pizza.
We sat down and talked to Unstoppable Recording Machine's Eyal Levi about why really, the only way to truly be successful in the music industry is to be true to the kind of art you want to make, and that you really can have it all without selling out.
On our 11th episode of the Gear Gods Excessive Nerd Sh*t Podcast, Trey and Isaac sat down with Cynic/Death guitarist and vocalist Paul Masvidal to talk about the release of his recent solo acoustic EP Mythical. The release is the first of three EPs Paul will be releasing under the Masvidal name.
On this episode of the Gear Gods Excessive Nerd Sh*t Podcast, Trey and Isaac sat down with Enterprise Earth guitarist Gabe Mangold and talked about his tiny home, the tour life, and writing riffs while sh*tting, among other things.
On this episode of the Gear Gods Excessive Nerd Sh*t Podcast, Trey sat down with Evanescence guitarist Jen Majura and talked about the tour life, playing live, and favorite shredders (or non-shredders), among other things.
On this episode of the Gear Gods Excessive Nerd Sh*t Podcast, we hung out with Monuments' guitarist Olly Steele and talked about their newest record Phronesis, all things songwriting, and of course, tap dancing. #cheh
We talked to pop/metal crossover pioneers Amaranthe on deck at the world's largest floating heavy metal concert, the 70,000 Tons of Metal Cruise!
We talk to Mark Morton from the mighty Lamb of God on this episode of the podcast. Topics include the making of The Duke EP, Mark's non-metal side project, gear he's using in the studio and on the road, and more!
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We talk to virtuoso guitarist Nick Johnston about his new album "Remarkably Human", his upcoming tour and clinic plans, and like, anything and everything else. It was a total hoot, you'll want to come along for the ride
We talk to Tesseract's James Monteith about their new EP Errai, their upcoming tour with Gojira, and their cult of fans across the world.
Aaron Marshall of Intervals is our guest on the podcast this week. We talk about the importance of staying independent, the band's new album The Shape of Colour, their progression over the years, the gear he recorded with, and pretty much every guitar that Aaron's ever owned, chronologically.
Erik Rutan of Hate Eternal, famed metal guitarist, vocalist, and producer/engineer, is our guest on the podcast this week. We talk about the importance of pre-production, recording the Hate Eternal album Infernus, and his old-school approach that new bands can learn from.