Go into The Void with your host Christina Rowatt and featured musical and creative artist guests for a raw, uncut conversation with fearless rock and roll nuns about art, music, mental health and the non-civilian life. Not for the gleefully outraged. This podcast is the sister show to The Void with Christina YouTube channel.
Greg Puciato (Dillinger Escape Plan, Killer Be Killed, Black Queen)
Greg Puciato delves deep into the dark final years singing with Dillinger Escape Plan, the synchronous world of Killer Be Killed, singing the Layne parts with Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains, the state of the world and humanity, how psychedelic experiences have shifted his perspective, creating substance and nourishment in a world full of instantly gratifying candy, why drums are everything and so much more. Go deep in the Void.
Donnell Spencer Jr.
Donnell Spencer Jr. is a self-taught drummer, singer, songwriter (and photographer) who has been creating modern soul music for decades. He sat down with co-hosts Christina Rowatt and Joshua Watkins to discuss his musical journey, the instinct to create, how the music industry has evolved, Stevie's new socially-conscious direction, his solo career, and much more. What is heavy music? Stevie Wonder's "Heaven is 10 Zillion Light Years Away."
Maynard James Keenan & Carina Round (Puscifer)
Maynard James Keenan of Puscifer and co-vocalist Carina Round talk about their killer new album Existential Reckoning, singing together, what makes Puscifer feel unique, Maynard's early days on the asparagus field, his life as a man of the earth and what it has taught him about the absurdity of the world, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Monty Python, his world view and much more.
Eddie Van Halen Tribute & Women In Rock Deep Dive
This week we pay tribute to dearly departed Van Halen guitar legend Eddie Van Halen, a figurehead who arguably belongs on the Mount Rushmore of Guitarists. Consider it a Josh-led education on his contribution and some rousing discussion. We also dive deep into why there has rarely been an all-female band that has attained huge levels of stardom and chat about Christina's forthcoming documentary, "Her War is Our War."
Barney Greenway / Napalm Death
Napalm Death singer Barney Greenway discusses the new record, "The Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism," how Napalm Death invented the word grindcore, the dehumanisation of the planet, playing extreme music (as the first extreme metal band ever booked) at Glastonbury Festival and lots more. Features guest appearances from Napalm Death bassist and songwriter Shane Embury and a brief cameo from Curby of Obscene Extreme Festival.
Converge's Nate Newton vs. Cave In's Steve Brodsky
In this week's edition of The Void 333 podcast, Converge bassist Nate Newton and Steve Brodsky of Cave In discuss their shared (and untold) history as crucial members of a burgeoning American hardcore scene that flowered in Massachusetts (where their bands hail from) and continues to thrive and evolve in blistering and powerful new ways. We also explore the story of Blood Moon, their explosive new band with Chelsea Wolfe, more new music and lots more. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/KOYVbLFSGRo
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sex, drugs, rock and ro;; meets classic literature
I have never been a fan of podcasts until now. This is the only podcast I have listened to that I can finish. It's two amazing women talking about music history, classic literature, all while entertaining the listeners with stories of schenanigans and quoting Henry Rollins. It is relatable, has a great message, and dropping an F bomb or two while talking about The Art of War is an artform!