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EdMcRae - Your Demise
Today's guest on the podcast is hardcore vocalist and frontman for 'Your Demise', EdMcrae. He talks to Perry (Cauldron) about the upcoming 10th anniversary tour of 'The Kids We Used to Be', and his thoughts on readjusting to touring after such a long time away from playing shows.Ed is an inspirational figure in the hardcore scene, and many will remember listening to Your Demise, many thanks to him for coming on the show and talking about his music and sharing his experiences with us.
Luis Aponte - Jesus Piece
Today's guest on the podcast is drummer from hardcore outfit Jesus Piece, Luis Aponte. We catch up with the work he's been doing recently; he walks us through the incorporation of electronic elements into his music and the learning process involved.
Andreas Kisser - Sepultura
Today's guest on the podcast is guitar legend Andreas Kisser of the Brazilian heavy metal group Sepultura. A name that needs no introduction, Andreas and the band were major driving forces on the Brazilian heavy music scene, and indeed their influence and work is known across the globe too.Andreas talks us through the beginnings of his life, how he was first exposed to music and then the meteoric and rapid rise that placed them playing alongside their musical heroes and influences.Their newest release 'SepulQuarta' recorded at various stages over the pandemic features live recordings of the group and a host of other musicians from across the globe.
Sunny Singh - hate5six
On today's episode of the podcast, Sam interviews Sunny Singh (hate5six), videographer, activist and music archivist. His solo project is focused on the redistribution of music footage and gigs to the wider community; making music available to as many as possible.They talk about live shows, music, political activism and his general mission statement with hate5six; check out his work and videos online.
Brian Talipan- One Step Closer
Perry (Cauldron) talks to Brian Talipan of the band One Step Closer; they discuss their old records, their sound and the influences on their hardcore sound. They also talk about the new release 'This Place You Know', scheduled for the end of September this year.
In today's episode Rob sits down to talk to Liz Westsmith, who tells us about her experiences and career as a sound engineer and mixer. She's worked all over the States with many bands, but operates mainly now out of the Bay area. She tells us about her beginnings at Gilman Street and how her passion for music production grew from there. She gives us an glimpse into what it takes to make a live show come together and provides valuable insight into what happens on the other side of the mixing desk.