Hosted by Danny Diablo aka Lord Ezec and Jay Reason, Diablo's Den covers underground music and subculture.
Corona Chronicles - Episode 012 - Toby Morse & Insane Poetry
Toby Morse, vocalist of H2O, joins the guys. They discuss the launch of Toby's "One Life One Chance" podcast, when we might hear some new H2O music, walking off a construction job with Ezec and how their drawings poking fun at one another lead to a popular Rancid sticker.
Insane Poetry, considered to be one of the first in the horrorcore genre, shares stories about his discography, working with other artists and following Danny Diablo since the graffiti days.
Corona Chronicles - Episode 011 - Vampiro & Aram Arslanian
The guys welcome Aram Arslanian, the President and CEO of Cadence Leadership; who is known for his bands Champion, Betrayed and his latest project, Change. Aram leads this episode by asking Danny some very intriguing questions about Crown Of Thornz, running his organization which specializes in leadership and communications training and Change's new album "Closer Still".
No stranger to wrestling fans, Vampiro shares stories about growing up and finding underground music early on, being a bodyguard for Milli Vanilli (and what their secret was to performing multiple shows a night), completing his new documentary "Nail In The Coffin: The Fall & Rise of Vampiro" and wrestling against legends like Hulk Hogan and Rick Flair.
Trust us, you wont want to skip this one.
Corona Chronicles - Episode 010 - Scott Vogel & Dante Ross
Scott Vogel joins Danny and Jay after a short break to talk all things Terror, reuniting with Buried Alive to record their new release "Death Will Find You" and his early memories of meeting Danny.
Grammy Award winning producer and music industry veteran, Dante Ross shares his stories about growing up in New York's Lower East Side and his journey from office messenger, tour manager to an A&R person and producing records for a who's who in hop hip.
Corona Chronicles - Episode 009 - John Joseph & Jerry Ex
How did the Cro-Mags end up opening the Motörhead tour? John Joseph shares stories about his early days in the NYHC scene, bringing his group Both Worlds together, becoming an author and whether we landed on the moon or not.
Jerry Ex from Dead Crew talks about his long standing friendship with Danny and being apart of the Ill-Roc records family and brings us up to speed on his upcoming concept album about wolves and witches.
Corona Chronicles - Episode 008 - Armand Majidi & JaySin The Sin God
The guys introduce listeners to up and coming rapper, JaySin The Sin God.
Armand Majidi, best known as the drummer for legendary NYHC band Sick Of It All, talks pizza and beer around the world, singing for Rest In Pieces and the bands 2017 reunion show. Armand also discusses the Sick Of It All recording process and memories of touring with a young Danny Diablo.
After the episode Danny shares "Black Tar" another new track from S.P.I.C., the new group featuring Danny Diablo, Joe Fatal and Big Leto.
Corona Chronicles - Episode 007 - Ben Weinman & Cam Ross
After a quick check in with Cam Ross of California band These Streets; the guys are joined by founding member of The Dillinger Escape Plan and current Suicidal Tendencies guitar player Ben Weinman.
Ben talks about being chased by Gypsies in Germany, playing guitar with The Prodigy, Rick Ta Life’s social media presence and how growing up in the hardcore scene lead to Dillinger Escape Plan’s wild live shows.
Stay tuned after the episode for the world premiere of "Still Hustlin" from S.P.I.C., the new group featuring Danny Diablo, Joe Fatal and Big Leto.