15 episodes

The official Stick To Your Guns podcast! I know what you’re thinking, another podcast hosted by 5 straight, white males, but wait! It’s about OUR band, so it has to be good, right? Tour stories, hot takes, and shit talk. This is Against Them All.

Against Them All - The Stick To Your Guns Podcast Stick To Your Guns

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    • 5.0, 129 Ratings

The official Stick To Your Guns podcast! I know what you’re thinking, another podcast hosted by 5 straight, white males, but wait! It’s about OUR band, so it has to be good, right? Tour stories, hot takes, and shit talk. This is Against Them All.

    015 Coffee Time (Moffee Time)

    015 Coffee Time (Moffee Time)

    This one goes out to all the coffee heads out there, an episode strictly dedicated to talking about the good stuff. STYG has got some coffee geeks in the band so we thought it would be fun to sit down and talk about our quest for the perfect cup. We are in a unique position to check out shops from all over the world while we are on tour, and it’s been a fun way for us to get to know different cities, countries, even cultures. What started as just a stimulant to keep us up on night drives has quickly turned into an obsession, so we really do a deep dive on all things coffee. If drinking coffee is a part of your everyday, but you don’t really pay any mind to what goes into your cup, maybe this episode will inspire you to explore some shops in your neck of the woods. 
     
    The War on Coffee: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/04/27/the-war-on-coffee

    • 1 hr
    014 Veganism

    014 Veganism

    In continuing our trend of covering total buzzkill topics, we did an episode about Veganism. Yes folks, the soy boys are here to talk about the animals. Now, not all of STYG is Vegan, but we do have Vegan members and Vegan ideas have influenced the STYG ideology for over a decade now. And the Vegan members of the band might even break some of the stereotypes you hold of Vegans! We cover a broad range of topics from spicy takes in the Vegan discourse, to how trash our diets tend to get while we are on tour.
    Link for the video Jesse mentions!
    http://www.nationalgeographic.org/media/wolves-yellowstone/

    • 1 hr 2 min
    013 The Internationale w/ Luna Oi!

    013 The Internationale w/ Luna Oi!

    The Internationale is going to be a new segment here on Against Them All, where we interview folks from all over the world to talk about different cultures and perspectives. It’s vitally important that we endeavor to understand each other’s cultures so we can not only celebrate our differences, but also remind ourselves of our shared humanity. Luna is a Vietnamese youtuber who has been using her channel to highlight Vietnam’s extraordinary response to the COIVD-19 pandemic. Her channel is amazing and provides excellent insight into life in Vietnam as well as Vietnamese history. Luna had no idea who our band was, but she was still so excited to come on the show! We talk COVID-19, Vietnam’s culture of solidarity, even a little bit about theory. We encourage everybody to check out her YouTube channel after you give this episode a listen!
     
    Vietnam Puts Human Lives Before the Economy -
    https://youtu.be/3mLxDWl0i_c
    Socialism in Vietnam is WORKING - 
    https://youtu.be/gKySZ2fyWss
    Non Compete - https://youtu.be/8aHvA0KHXqM

    • 1 hr 7 min
    012 Pain and Gain

    012 Pain and Gain

    Josh is here to pump you up. Over the years we have been tagged in many a “fitness” post - meaning we see a lot of people rocking out to STYG while they are getting f*****g jacked. And we think that’s pretty rad! We like that our band is associated with personal improvement types of things, whether that’s sobriety, or exercise, or even book clubs. So, we sat down with the Schwarzenegger of our band to pick his brain on his fitness journey and where he’s at now. Might not be everybody’s cup of tea but we’d be remiss if we didn’t send an episode out to the pump. 

    • 1 hr
    011 That one time STYG almost broke up (A Baker’s D) w/ Tom Williams of Stray From The Path

    011 That one time STYG almost broke up (A Baker’s D) w/ Tom Williams of Stray From The Path

    A Baker’s Dozen - noun - a group of 13; a dozen plus one. This is the number of people that watched STYG and Stray on their first tour together. STYG and Stray From The Path’s histories have been intertwined since 2008. We might have lost track of how many shows we’ve played together, but we can never forget the first tour that we did together in 2009. The shame and humiliation we felt would be permanently burned into our brains. Jesse and George sat down with Tom Williams to talk about the dark times for both STYG/Stray during the earlier days of our careers. We’re both still here and thriving, but at what cost?

    • 1 hr 5 min
    010 Enter the Spider-Verse

    010 Enter the Spider-Verse

    If you have purchased a t-shirt from STYG over the course of the last 11 years, chances are you have met merchandise manager extraordinaire - Drew Soria aka Spider. One of the best in the game, a true professional Cotton technician. This isn’t just a f*****g schmuck we found at a temp agency, this is the god damn 5th Beatle we are talking about. Spider is an integral part of the STYG family and we can’t imagine life on the road without him. We wanted to do the man justice and try and highlight his day to day responsibilities when he’s out on the road with us. 

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
129 Ratings

129 Ratings

Mtrum 15 ,

Dude

I’ll never forget when I first heard STYG. I was 13 years old and I was in the car with my brother and he played Such Pain. After that day I downloaded everything that they’ve done and now they are my favorite band. I actually met George and talked to him after they played and he was such a good guy. I’m a drummer too and he just said “just keep practicing kid” and it was awesome. It’s sick that they made this podcast and every single one I learn a little more how crazy Josh is😂

ModernLifeIsWar ,

Let’s put it this way

I’ll put styg on my top 3 bands for bands listened to for my life. I’ve loved their stuff from a young age and as they describe in this show, It’s their passion and purpose behind the lyrics and melodies that make it so raw and rewarding. However, I have never seen eye to eye with their stances on socio-economics. At some points we agree, on most we don’t. This podcast is an amazing place for me to hear their apologies (reasons/arguments) for their stance which I know many are butt hurt by. So my recommendation is listen in. It’s a chance for you to understand why and also learn they aren’t so in your face (even if they are). They want you to understand their approach even if you refuse to acknowledge or even listen to it’s merit. For me, I have a theory I want to be convinced. So I’m going to continue listening as a subscriber. I’m a Christian. Jesus was a socialist. I’m excited to hear more and listen to the music/lyrics with a little more intention. K I’m done.

themancalledkp ,

The Nostalgia is over 9000!!!!

Really enjoyed the first episode of this podcast and I’m looking forward to the others. I was at Capo Valley High School around the time STYG was starting and remembered getting a burnt copy of For What It’s Worth on the way to Showcase Theater to see Through the Eyes of the Dead. Just hearing you guys talk about some of the old venues and bands I completely forgot about took me back to watching my friends play at Hogue Barmichaels and church basements. Seems like a lifetime ago but my wife and I still support and listen all the time. Thanks for doing this, please keep it going!

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