Podcast by Just an Insight
Podcast by Just an Insight
Episode 157 - Zen Zsigo (Cremation Lily / Maths)
This week on the Just an Insight podcast we are joined by the man behind the Cremation Lily project and Maths vocalist Zen Zsigo.
During the chat we discuss how artists such as Bjork influenced his musical taste, how Maths paved the way for more screamo bands in the UK and how Cremation Lily has opened doors to him that he never thought possible.
To keep up to date with what Cremation Lily is doing visit:
Facebook - facebook.com/cremationlily21/
Twitter - @cremationlily
Instagram - @cremationlily_
To support the podcast visit:
Episode 156 - Tyler Mullen (Year of The Knife)
This week on the Just an Insight Podcast we are joined by vocalist of hardcore straight edge band Year of the Knife, Tyler Mullen.
During the conversation we discuss how skateboarding and music helped shape his early years, how all members of YOTK have seen friends and family members deal with addiction, which has led to them being straight edge and how, despite the bands aggressive nature, Tyler always wants there to be clarity when it comes to his lyrics.
Year of The Knife's new record Internal Incarceration is out August 7 via Pure Noise Records
To keep up to date with everything Year of the Knife are doing you can do so on all their various social media platforms:
Facebook - facebook.com/yearoftheknife
Instagram - @xyotkx
Twitter - @yearoftheknife
and remember you can support us by visiting:
Episode 155 - Kate Flynn (The Winter Passing)
This week on the Just an Insight Podcast we are joined by vocalist and organ player in the Winter Passing, Kate Flynn.
During the conversation we talk about Kate's pop music sensibilities, how she has dealt with her own anxieties and being drawn to women in punk from an early age helped shape her in the music industry.
The Winter Passing's new album 'New Ways of Living' is out now on Big Scary Monsters.
To keep up to date with everything the band is doing visit:
Facebook - acebook.com/TheWinterPassing/
Twitter - @winterpassingyo
Instagram - @thewinterpassing
You can also listen to our episode with Kate's brother Rob here:
Remember you can support the show by going to our patreon at:
Episode 154 - Stu Ross (Misery Signals / Comeback Kid)
WE ARE BACK!!
After a brief break due to all our equipment falling to pieces, we are back and what an incredible episode we have for you to kick things off with the relaunch.
This week we are joined by Misery Signals and Comeback Kid shredder Stu Ross. During the conversation we discuss the rise of Misery Signals, why Stu stepped away from the band for a period of time, what it was like joining Comeback Kid and adding to that bands legacy and so much more.
Misery Signals release their new album 'Ultraviolet' on August 7.
For more on everything Misery Signals visit:
Facebook - facebook.com/MiserySignals
Instagram - @miserysignals
Twitter - @MiserySignals
For more on everything Comeback Kid visit:
Facebook - facebook.com/Comeback.Kid
Instagram - @comebackkid_hc
Twitter - @CBKtweets
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Episode 153 - Ethan McCarthy (Primitive Man / Many Blessings)
This week on the Just an Insight Podcast we are joined by the musical mind behind noise project Many Blessings and Primitive Man vocalist / guitarist Ethan McCarthy.
During the conversation we discuss how his older brother got him into heavy music, how the saxophone was his first instrument, how he always wanted to do a slower bands like Primitive Man but had come up through the grindcore world and how its strange now that he is in a band that is getting global recognition.
As always to keep up to date with what Ethan is doing you can do so by vising all his bands various social media platforms:
Facebook - facebook.com/primitivemandoom
Twitter - @primitivemane
Instagram - @primitivemandoon
Facebook - facebook.com/manyblessingstoall
Remember to follow us on Instagram @just_an_insight to keep up to date with the Sunday Afternoon Live sessions
And pre-order issue two of An Insight magazine by visiting https://justaninsight.bigcartel.com/
Episode 152 - Trustkill V Ferret
This week on the show we thought we would do something a little different as everyone is still in lockdown and boredom has well and truly set in.
We have picked some of the seminal albums that were released by bands on either Trustkill Records of Ferret records and we want you the listener to decide which is the best record.
The albums are:
Every Time I Die - Hot Damn
Madball - Set it Off
Hopesfall - Satellite Years
Killswitch Engage - Alive or Just Breathing
Bullet for My Valentine - The Poison
Nora - Loser's Intuition
Funeral For A Friend - Causally Dress and Deep in Conversation
36 Crazyfists - Bitterness the Star
The Bronx - Self Titled
Harvest - Transitions
Open Hand - You & Me
Eighteen Visions - Vanity
The Banner - Frailty
In Flames - Whoracle
Misery Signals - Of Malice and The Magnum Heart
This is Hell - Sundowning
Disembodied - If God Only Knew The Rest Were Dead
Maylene and the Sons of Disaster - Self Titled
Most Precious Blood - Our Lady of Annihilation
Bleeding Through - This is Love, This is Murderous
Zao - Liberate Te Ex Inferis
Remembering Never - God Save Us
Poison The Well - Opposite of December
Scarlet - Cult Classic
Throwdown - Haymaker
Devil Wears Prada - With Roots Above and Branches Below
Blood Has Been Shed - Spirals
Boys Night Out - Trainwreck
Memphis May Fire - The Hollow
Walls of Jericho - With Devils Among Us All
Terror - One With The Underdog
It Dies Today - Sirens
Each day there will be a different match up posted at 4pm on our twitter page @just_an_insight
Where you can vote and give your reasons why.
Hope you enjoy and join in the fun.
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Great podcast featuring interviews with the U.K. underground best bands and some international highlights