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    Ep. 140 - Dave Neabore: Dog Eat Dog.

    Ep. 140 - Dave Neabore: Dog Eat Dog.

    A couple years ago I did a quick five minute Bonus Mini Episode with Dave Neabore from "Dog Eat Dog" and the early days of "Mucky Pup". I see this gentleman often and asked him if he was down to do a proper episode being that I've been a fan of his bands since I was a teenager. He invited me to his home in New Jersey and had a really cool conversation. We go from the beginning of "Mucky Pup" to the formation of "Dog Eat Dog" all the way up to the present where he just got off tour celebrating the 25th Anniversary of their classic "All Boro Kings" record. We talk horror films for a bit since we're both heavily into that stuff as well as him creating horror themed soundtracks. Dave is a class act. I hope you enjoy this. Respect.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Ep. 139 - Joe Affe: Maximum Penalty. M.O.D. Fully. Lament.

    Ep. 139 - Joe Affe: Maximum Penalty. M.O.D. Fully. Lament.

    A Brooklyn original. Guitarist for Maximum Penalty, Method of Destruction, Fully and Lament... Joe Affe ladies and gentlemen. Joe invited me to his house in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn to chop it up. We talk about all of his bands, past and present, to how much New York City has changed along with the pros and cons of those changes, to horror movies and a bunch in between. I didn't realize that Maximum Penalty opened up for Agnostic Front the night they recorded the classic "Live at CBGB" record. Joe is a criminally underrated and unsung guitar player who has been around forever. A great guy who I've been wanting to get on for a while now. I'm glad it happened. I had a lot of fun talking with him. I hope you enjoy it as well. Respect.

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Ep. 138 - Dan Nastasi & Steve Gallo: Kings Never Die.

    Ep. 138 - Dan Nastasi & Steve Gallo: Kings Never Die.

    My guests for Episode 138 are Dan Nastasi and Steve Gallo from "Kings Never Die". Both of these guys have been around the scene for a long time, both have toured the world several times over and have played in legendary bands. Agnostic Front, Dog Eat Dog, Leeway, Mucky Pup and Murphy's Law to name a few. But we're not here to focus on that... Kings Never Die ladies and gentleman. The new band. We got together and recorded this at Generation Records in the West Village in New York City to discuss the band and a ton of other things. I laughed throughout most of this one. I hope you enjoy this one as well. Thanks for the continued support into 2020. Respect.

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Ep. 137 - The Purveyor of Sin: Father Evil.

    Ep. 137 - The Purveyor of Sin: Father Evil.

    The final episode of The Brooklyn Blast Furnace Podcast for 2019. My guest is, well... I've met this man on several occasions. He's at every horror convention I go to. He has (un)blessed my child. He is a nice guy. He is a possessed priest. He is the purveyor of sin. He is "Father Evil". I sat down and spoke to him at the Horror Sideshow Market in Rahway, New Jersey. The Sideshow Market is created by the people who created the New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival twice a year. This is a story of a man who was a scared child and turned his fear into a legitimate business within the horror community. A super nice guy under the white contacts, make-up, rosary beads wrapped around his hands and his cassock (Priest robe). Check this out, it's a little different but definitely a unique and interesting story. I hope you enjoy this one. Thank you for the support over the last year. You're all appreciated. Happy New Year! See you next Sunday at midnight in 2020. Respect.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Ep. 136 - Seaton "Raven" Hancock: Murphy's Law.

    Ep. 136 - Seaton "Raven" Hancock: Murphy's Law.

    Known in the punk and hardcore world simply as "Raven" from "Murphy's Law"... Seaton Hancock is my guest this week. A humble gentleman who doesn't consider himself a legend. Most people in fact do. I had the pleasure of sitting down in the Washington Square Diner off of West 4th Street in New York City to speak a little about his life. I knew there was so much more to this man than just "Murphy's Law" but just didn't know exactly what his story was. Hopefully this episode gives you a broader image of this man and what he has overcome and accomplished. Respected all over the world and rightfully so. I'm sure we could've spoken for several hours. Maybe a part two is in order... we shall see. Until then... enjoy this one.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Ep. 135 - Knocko Nolan: If You're Bored, You're Doing Something Wrong.

    Ep. 135 - Knocko Nolan: If You're Bored, You're Doing Something Wrong.

    Probably the most organic conversation that I've had with someone on the show. Knocko came in from Los Angeles for a few days for Thanksgiving and hit me up to meet and do an episode of the podcast. This was the first time meeting him face to face although I felt like I knew him for a couple years of going back and forth online through the "Delta Bravo Urban Exploration Team" groups we're a part of. Founded by "Danny Boy" O'Connor of "House of Pain" and "La Coka Nostra" and co-founded by Knocko. We discuss so many topics from the formation of the DBUET, being a co-host of "The Armbar Podcast", being a "goodguy" and life in general. From being a police officer and an old school punk rock and hardcore kid growing up in Queens. A genuinely nice guy with a lot of life experiences and definitely easy to talk to. This is a bit different than what usually happens on the show. A regular guy with a regular conversation with zero agenda or map. We probably could've gone another 2 hours. I hope you enjoy this. Respect.

    • 2 hrs 12 min

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Joey Violin ,

Hard as nails

Love this podcast. Brought my attention to a lot of bands I never heard of. Awesome guests, topics and stories.

Devilsweapon ,

Bringing the Legends of NYHC to your Earbuds

One of my fav hardcore podcasts. I grew up on NYHC and I am always interested in stories about the glory days from the bands that I listened to. Jimmy asks the right questions to get the most out of these interviews. Highly recommended!

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