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Bad Wolves and ex-God Forbid guitar player Doc Coyle talks to professionals in the music world and other creative industries about the challenges and transitions of leaving monumental ventures. This podcast is for those passionate and driven 20-30 somethings at a crossroads trying to figure out "what's next?"

The Ex-Man with Doc Coyl‪e‬ Doc Coyle & Sound Talent Media

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Bad Wolves and ex-God Forbid guitar player Doc Coyle talks to professionals in the music world and other creative industries about the challenges and transitions of leaving monumental ventures. This podcast is for those passionate and driven 20-30 somethings at a crossroads trying to figure out "what's next?"

    Ash Avildsen (Sumerian Records and Films, ex-Reflux)

    Ash Avildsen (Sumerian Records and Films, ex-Reflux)

    Doc welcomes Founder and CEO of Sumerian Records and Films, Ash Avildsen, to the show and they talk about Ash's time as vocalist for metalcore band, Reflux, how he got into booking shows and eventually became a booking agent, what inspired him to start a record label, his influence on the deathcore and Djent scenes from a label and touring standpoint, why he thinks he has an eye for spotting talented artists, his time as booking agent for God Forbid, what he thinks makes Asking Alexandria a special band, where he gets his ambition and confidence to try new ventures, how he got into filmmaking, the complexities of dealing with the film world, and how's he's progressed from the American Satan film to the Paradise City show.
    Follow Ash on Instagram and Twitter @AshAvildsen
    Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle
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    • 2 Std 21 Min.
    Jon Donais (Anthrax, Shadows Fall, Living Wreckage)

    Jon Donais (Anthrax, Shadows Fall, Living Wreckage)

    Doc welcomes Anthrax and Shadows Fall lead guitarist, Jon Donais, to the show and they talk about Jon's start with metalcore band, Aftershock, in Western Massachusetts, what it was like being a metalhead in the hardcore scene, how Shadows Fall came together, and why they split with Phil Labonte, the legend of his alter ego, "Jonny Rock N Roll", how Shadows Fall and God Forbid careers intertwined over the years, why he thinks the band's old school approach helped them persevere in a sea of Nu Metal, their time on a major label, why Shadows Fall went on hiatus, how Jon joined Anthrax, what he's learned playing with such seasoned musicians, and his latest band he started with Matt Bachand, Living Wreckage, came to together.
    This episode features the songs "Harvest" by Bushido Code and "Sink Below" by Living Wreckage.
    Follow Jon on Instagram @jonathanmdonais and Twitter @jonshadfall1
    Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle
    Please support this episode's sponsor Bushido Code at https://www.facebook.com/bushidocodemetal
    Please support this episode's other sponsor The Punk Rock MBA Podcast at https://www.prmbapodcast.com/
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    • 2 Std 5 Min.
    Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash, ex-Mayfield Four, ex-Citizen Swing)

    Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash, ex-Mayfield Four, ex-Citizen Swing)

    Doc welcomes Alter Bridge/Slash vocalist and guitarist, Myles Kennedy, to the show, and they talk about Myles' guitar shredder days in music college, how playing with jazz-fusion band, Cosmic Dust led to him fronting funk-R&B ensemble, Citizen Swing, necessity and pragmatism leading him to develop his vocal ability, breaking out on a major label with alternative rock band, The Mayfield Four, why he thinks he has avoided the tropes of Lead Singer Disease, how he landed a role the hit film, Rock Star, how he went from almost quitting music to joining Alter Bridge, what he has learned playing with Slash, and Myles gives Doc a mini-vocal lesson on how to hit the high notes.
    This episode features the songs "Macabre Illusion" by Trucido, "Last Rites" by Alter Bridge, and "In Stride" by Myles Kennedy.
    Follow Myles on Instagram @OfficialMylesKennedy and Twitter @Myles Kennedy
    Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle
    Please support this episode's sponsor Trucido at trucido.bandcamp.com
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    • 1 Std. 42 Min.
    Tim Williams (Vision of Disorder, bloodsimple)

    Tim Williams (Vision of Disorder, bloodsimple)

    Doc welcomes Vision of Disorder vocalist, Tim Williams, to the show and they talk about VOD's early days as metal fans who stumbled into the hardcore scene, how classic rock music influenced his vocals, how VOD eventually broke out, signed to Roadrunner, and toured Ozzfest, how the band changed on their sophomore album, Imprint, how touring with bigger, mainstream bands influenced their sound, what it was like recording in the studio with Phil Anselmo, the mixed reaction to From Bliss To Devastation, why Vision of Disorder disbanded, how bloodsimple came together, his experience working with top-notch producers like GGGarth and Machine, bloodsimple's early success and major label experience, why VOD reformed and bloodsimple split, Roadrunner United, and the key to his emotionally tortured vocal style.
    This episode features the song "Alone/Together" by Zombie Eating Horse and the tentatively titled "God Factory Disorder" by Doc Coyle, Dallas Coyle, Raymond Herrera, and Tim Williams
    Follow Tim on Instagram @timwilliamsvox
    Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle
    Please support this episode's sponsor Zombie Eating Horse at www.zombieeatinghorse.com or www.infinitestrengthrecords.com
    Please support this episode's other sponsor The Punk Rock MBA Podcast at https://www.prmbapodcast.com/
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    • 2 Std 47 Min.
    USA's Capitalist Economic System Vs. Sports Leagues Socialist Systems with Nelson Blake (Marvel, DC, Locked in a Vacancy)

    USA's Capitalist Economic System Vs. Sports Leagues Socialist Systems with Nelson Blake (Marvel, DC, Locked in a Vacancy)

    Doc welcomes comic artist and guitarist, Nelson Blake II, to the show for the third time. They discuss the differences between the American free market-based capitalist economic system that limits trends like unions, wealth redistribution, or over-dependence on welfare, and compares it to the highly regulated systems of professional sports leagues (mainly the National Basketball Association) that incentivize competitive balance so that there is more fairness across these leagues, as to give teams a chance to win and court free agents.
    This episode features the song "Scars" by The Dead Year.
    Follow Nelson on Instagram @nelsonblakeii and Twitter @nelsonblake2
    Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle
    Check out The Dead Year at www.thedeadyear.com
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    • 2 Std 10 Min.
    Scott Vogel (Terror, Buried Alive, World Be Free, ex-Despair, ex-Slugfest)

    Scott Vogel (Terror, Buried Alive, World Be Free, ex-Despair, ex-Slugfest)

    Doc welcomes Terror vocalist, Scott Vogel, to the show and they talk about how the two met in the late 90s hardcore scene, what tied the bands together despite differences in sound, what drew Scott to this lifestyle, his formative days discovering music, having recurring issues which led to his bands Slugfest and Despair breaking up, how Buried Alive came together, why the band seemed to not meet its full potential, quitting Buried Alive and moving west, why he eventually joined Terror despite almost quitting music altogether, Terror's surprise immediate success, developing as a band and vocalist over two decades, the Buried Alive reunion, and Scott sums up what hardcore means to him.
    This episode features the songs "Upside Down Is Flipped" by Man Destroyed Man and "I Killing I" by Buried Alive.
    Follow Scott on Instagram @IAmFinally
    Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle
    Please support this episode's sponsor Man Destroyed Man at https://mandestroyedman.bandcamp.com/
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    • 2 Std 22 Min.

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