Before they became legends, they were fans. All rockers and metalheads love talking music and what’s better than discussing it with the artists themselves? The Loudwire Podcast taps into not only the band, but the fan within. Our 'Rocker vs. Writer' segment takes rock and metal's most essential topics and creates friendly and sometimes intense debates between Loudwire Podcast hosts Graham Hartmann and Joe DiVita and the rock royalty which visit our studio. Now, get ready to Sit Down and Shout!
#30: Vinny + Carmine Appice
Legendary drummers and brothers Vinny + Carmine Appice tell stories about hanging with rock legends and break down their new album, 'Sinister.'
#29: Brian Slagel + Trevor Strnad
Metal Blade Records' Brian Slagel celebrates 35 years of his label with his new book 'For the Sake of Heaviness' and Trevor Strnad talk about TBDM's new album 'Nightbringers.'
#28: Dio Hologram Creator Jeff Pezzuti
CEO of Eyellusion Jeff Pezzuti talks about creating the Dio hologram, when the tour will hit North America, what songs you can expect to hear and more!
#27: Dying Fetus
John Gallagher talks about Dying Fetus' new album, Wrong One to F**k With, the infamous video for 'Die With Integrity' and much more!
#26: KISS' Paul Stanley + RIP Chester Bennington
Paul Stanley talks potential new KISS album, the Mayweather/McGregor fight, Gene Simmons' attempt to copyright the "love" hand sign and more. Plus, podcast hosts Graham and Joe remember Chester Bennington.
#25: The Best Albums of 2017 (So Far)
Which rock and metal albums will podcast hosts Graham Hartmann and Joe DiVita place in their personal Top 5 lists?
Where did you go?
Is something wrong with the iTunes feed? Hasn’t downloaded a new episode in 6 months which in the metal world is very pop of you!!!
Am I missing something?
Only in this three episodes but...it's awesome!
Loving the podcast boys. I like that it's free flowing and your interaction with each other and your guests is great. You guys have strong opinions and I agree with more than I disagree with. Most importantly, Somewhere in Time is easily better than British Steel, it's not close! Thanks for the great show!
Just great ,what a lineup!
Thank you for doing that