Hosts Bruce Moore (Brutally Delicious Cooking show/ Author of For Those About To Cook/ Film Director) and Kris Siegers (Software developer/Space Cabin Audio/Audio Engineer) take you into conversation with artists/musicians/producers, and other movers and shakers in the world of Heavy Metal. Tune in for humor, great stories and most importantly great interviews with some of the most interesting people in the business.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with Sean Worrell of the Italian experimental metal band Nero Di Marte. Tune in and lean about the band they stick around for another hysterical round of The Furious Five.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Heavy Metal legends Venom about their experience on the 70000 Tons of Metal Cruise as well as what they feel is the definition of true Black Metal. Also, following the interview is another segment of the Pathos Pick of the Day Metal review.
Check out this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast Season 2 for a hysterical conversation with the guys in Trollfest while floating the high seas aboard 70000 Tons of Metal. Then stick around for our two brand new segments featuring Pathos and his metal review of the week,with Alleyway and Cory with his Horror Movie review of the week. with the 2011 release Famine. As always we love your feedback so drop us a line. If you are a 70000 Tons Survivor we would love to hear your thoughts about this years cruise as well.
Hailing from the ashes of Charlotte, USA’s darker side comes forth the blackened death metal trio, Oculum Dei. Mixing different elements and influences of black metal the band is set to bring forth a horde of darkness and set the listeners into a realm of deep, chaotic experiences.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with Didier Samson from the brutal Canadian death metal band, The Flaying.
"There is no doubt that Canada has become the death metal capital of the world and The Flaying are one of the bands leading the way. Do not pass on this one. Angry, Undead is a full on 10/10!!" - The Dirty Room
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Davey Suicide about the bands upcoming tour, the bands writing process, and we put him through a hysterical round of The Furious 5.
Hailing from Hollywood aka Unholywood Killafornia, Davey Suicide is fusing arena rock, gutter grit, sleaze, and theatrics into their own “nu” brand of industrial rock. The band, which features Davey Suicide along with Niko Gemini, Derek Obscura, & Needlz distills rock, industrial and punk into anthems that are as corrosive as they are catchy.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with Mason Galaviz of the Texas based band Oddfellas. Tune in and learn about the band and grab a few laughs along the way.
OddFellas are a Rock N' Roll band from Pampa, TX with a sound that infuses edgy, psychedelic, alternative rock accents.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Canadian musician Devon Eggers of Surface of the Sun. Tune in and learn about his music and many other endeavours,
After moving to Vancouver, Canada, in 2002 to obtain an education in audio engineering, Devon Eggers spent worked as an in-house and freelance engineer in many of the major studios around the city. During this time, he focused on developing his skills as an engineer and producer, learning from studio regulars such as Garth Richardson (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Chevelle, Rage Against the Machine), Devin Townsend (Strapping Young Lad, Devin Townsend Band), and Dave Genn (Matthew Good Band, 54-40).
During that time Devon also wrote original material with other musicians. Nothing serious ever developed, but he continued to write, finding his sound and voice as an artist. It wasn’t until around 2005, intrigued by the challenge, that he decided to pursue his music as a solo endeavour, which required moving beyond being just a guitar player.
Devon focused on developing his skills with other instruments and singing, and then wrote his debut album A Dying Star. He performed all music and lyrics (except for drums), and after some significant life changes, completed recording and mixing the album in a very small town in northern British Columbia. In 2011 Devon chose the project name Surface of the Sun, andA Dying Starwas released.
After the debut Devon continued to write material for Surface of the Sun, but also expanded into other genres releasing two EPs under a secondary solo project called Seven Acres. He also self-published his first novel, an action-packed thriller with a sci-fi twist called Sky View(available as an e-book on Amazon and Kobo), and developed his expertise as a safety professional specialized in improving workplace safety and culture.
Devon released Panacea, a 4-song EP and the follow-up to A Dying Star, on Sept 6, 2019. The album showcases his growth as an artist and engineer. It is available in all online stores and streaming services.
Devon continues to write music for the next Surface of the Sun release, and mix music for other artists. He’s also writing book two of the Sky Viewseries.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with Briton Bond of Wage Wa. Tune in and hear what Briton has to say about the band then listen as he nearly aces the latest episode of The Furious 5.
Wage War is an American metalcore band from Ocala, Florida formed in 2010 under the name Empires. The band signed to Fearless Records in 2015. The band consists of vocalist Briton Bond, rhythm guitarist and clean vocalist Cody Quistad, lead guitarist Seth Blake, bassist Chris Gaylord, and drummer Stephen Kluesener.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with the members of Juliet Ruin, a Canadian metal band known for their creative metal with various vocal styles, tasty bass and drum solos, soulful guitars, and killer hooks.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with William F Ludwig III a man whose family has been instrumental in the lives of drummer, musicians, and sound engineers lives for decades. Tune in and learn about what Ludwig is up to these days and what the company has in store for the music industry as we close out the decade.
For three generations, three men with the name William F. Ludwig revolutionized, revitalized and rocked the drumming world. William F. Ludwig III is bringing back the craftsmanship of “America’s First Family” of drum building with WFLIII Drums, continuing this legacy as the only living Ludwig in the drum business today. For all the latest WFLIII Drums news, go to https://wfliiidrums.com/, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with bassist Greg Chaisson of Kings of Dust. Greg has been in the music business for years and some may know him from his work in Badlands, quite possibly one of my favorite bands of all time. Tune in and hear what Greg has been up to and learn about his new band Kings of Dust.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with guitarist Brian Forsythe of the hard rock band Kix. The band is celebrating the 30th anniversary of "Blow My Fuse," an album that ruled the airwaves in the 80's and is still relevant today.
On today's episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we are joined by legendary drummer Dave Lombardo. Dave has recently scored an independent film about Cuban musicians and he took a moment to chat with us about the project and what it meant to him as a Cuban born musician himself. Tune in and check out what Dave has to say.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Nathan Da Silva of the band The Slyde.
Winners of the 2019 Wacken Metal Battle Canada competition, Toronto's melodic proggers The Slyde recently represented Canada at the Wacken Metal Battle international final, at Wacken Open Air in Germany. Off the heels of their Canadian victory, The Slyde is celebrating 10 years of their melodic prog rock, showcasing highlights from their latest album "Awakening". The band (formerly known as just Slyde) dropped their ten-track album in 2018, harnessing the intricate, contrapuntal prog metal they've honed over the last decade. Described by critics as "a highly impressive, thunderously powerful, thought provoking collection of songs" and "vigourous and passionate", The Slyde carve their own path and take no prisoners.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with vocalist Aaron Stainthorpe of My Dying Bride. The band is back and ready to roll after an extended hiatus with a brand new record due for release early in 2020. Tune in learn about the band and how the writing process went after an extended break.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with John Allen of the Charm City Devils. Tune in and learn about what the band has been up to and stick around for an absolutely ridiculous new quiz segment, The Furious Five.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with Fang VonWrathenstein from the band Lords of the Trident.
Our metal's so pure that only diamonds can scratch it, and usually the diamonds are the ones that end up getting hurt in the end. Our amps are so loud, Manowar knocked on our door and asked us to "please turn down". You think you're bad? While you're watching our sweep picking wondering how we bend space-time to fit all the notes in, we'll punch you right in the face without missing a beat. If you like battle, bloodshed, axes, fire, and losing limbs, then mosh your way to the front row and receive your free ticket to Valhalla. If you don’t like these things – too bad. We’re playing anyway, and we’ll make sure to steal your girlfriend in the process.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with vocalist Todd La Torre of Queensryche.
"The band’s name is uttered in the same breath as many of the groups they looked to as influences and others who arose as peers. Queensrÿche built a dedicated legion of fans traveling the globe on tour with fellow rock giants like Iron Maiden, Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Judas Priest, and Def Leppard. In recent years, they’ve consistently delivered high-octane live shows combining the hungry fire of a new band with the tempered experience of master showmen. Even with eleven gold and platinum plaques and several Top 10 hard rock anthems woven into the very fiber of the genre, Queensrÿche won’t relent. In fact, they are in the throes of a jaw-dropping creative resurgence."
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with Paul Wandtke of Dead Original about the band while grabbing a few laughs along the way,
Dead Original is a grunge infused trio started by Paul Wandtke who got his start in the music industry as a work for hire drummer (ex Trivium and the hit musical Rock of Ages). Feeling inspired to pick up a guitar, he now fronts Dead Original with Rob Lerner on drums and Sean McCole on bass.Dead Original is a blend of grunge, groove power, simple riffs, melodic hooks and some progressive elements via some tastefully placed odd meters.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we are joined by Rob "The Witch," of the Canadian extreme metal act Necronomicon. Tune in and learn about the band, their new release "Unos," and their current tour.
On this episode we chat with the guys in Myth of Creation, a super heavy band from Colorado. As is the norm the conversation quickly goes south and never quite returns. Tune in, learn about the band and grab a few laughs.
Myth of creation is a band of dedicated musicians playing their hearts out anytime they're on stage. Through the pain, chaos and suffering came the album "Trials". Focusing on tribulations of the past, the band's main focus is pushing awareness to mental health, and ensuring YOU are never alone! Through vocal influences like Slipknot, instrumental influences such as Killswitch Engage, and emotional influences from personal losses comes a group creating the name Myth of Creation.
Myth puts on a show every time they perform, leaving it all on stage. If it helps you let off some steam, get out some screams, and feel like you can go back to work the next day feeling a little better, the band feels like they've accomplished what they've set out to do. Members of Myth of Creation believe in giving back what music gives to them every time.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with iconic drummer Frankie Banali of Quiet Riot about the bands upcoming new release, Hollywood Cowboys, the bands legacy and his personal fight with cancer. Tune in and hear what Frankie had to say. and join us in sending positive vibes and prayers his way as he kicks cancers ass!
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with John Malkin of The Simple Radicals a retro rock band from the great blues and rock city of Chicago, Illinois, featuring John Malkin on Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar and John Griffin on Lead Guitar and Vocals. Together, they capture the passion and energy of their collective musical experience, with different tastes, sounds, and styles. The music they create is pure, visceral rock 'n' roll - poignant, from the heart, topical and direct.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Reyka Osburn of the self-proclaimed Death-disco act Death Valley High. Tune in, learn about the band, and grab a few laughs along the way.Fuse distorted guitar riffs over dance-punk beats and you'll have Death Valley High - the mixtape to a doomsday dance party.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Tyler Caruso, guitarist of the Rhode Island based metal act, Absence of Despair, This one goes off the rails pretty quickly but in between the nonsense you can learn about the band and what they are up to.Rhode Island Hard Rock act Absence of Despair brings a “sky’s the limit” attitude along with their eclectic, yet unforgiving, boundless brand of Rock N’ Roll. "Loud & Lethal” starts a new heavy and aggressive chapter in this bands career. These Heavy Hitters will stop at nothing to pursue their passion for music and build their empire.
On this new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast your hosts with the most chat with Yiannis Papadopoulos, guitarist with the Scott Stapp's band. Papadopoulos is a well respected guitar virtuoso in his own right and in addition to playing with Stapp he has many other projects and irons in the fire. Tune in for a few laughs and hear from one of the nicest guys we have ever spoken with.At present, when he's not touring, he divides his time between composing and recording songs for his personal instrumental cd and other side projects and takes part in music trade shows. He also teaches in clinics/masterclasses and via Skype, teaching students from all over theworld.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we are joined by musician extraordinaire Tom Keifer and we chat about his new record Rise and the his struggles to keep doing what he does best, sing. Tune in, kick back, and check out the conversation while getting a few laughs along the way.
Check out this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast with special guest Henry Sanchez of Sangre, This podcast goes off the rails about 30 seconds in and doesn't ever truly recover. Tune in to learn about the band and for a whole lot of laughs.SANGRE combines Melodic Death Metal, Thrash, tons of Groove and Latin rhythms creating a uniquely crushing style.The band has toured throughout the United States, Mexico, and Europe.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we are joined by guitarist Tom Maxwell of Hellyeah. Tune in and learn about the band, their new record, "Welcome Home," and what drove them to carry on after the passing of drummer Vinnie Paul.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we are joined by Aaron Lee of the Hollywood based Rock and roll group, Killin’ Candace They describe the overall sound of the band as a mesh of Rock, Punk and melodic Metal style and consider it our their own brand of “Love/Hate Rock ’N’ Roll”. Tune in, learn about the band, and listen to a killer track.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Nicholas Mason, the “Living Dead Drummer”, a professional touring and studio drummer based out of Los Angeles. He has performed on countless albums, singles and movie soundtracks, appeared in several music videos, orchestrated drum clinics, co-hosted an international music TV show, and makes regular appearances in percussion trade magazines such as DRUM! & Modern Drummer.His credits include Street Drum Corps, Beasto Blanco, Orianthi, TUFF, Daisy DeLaHoya, Picture Me Broken, Shania Twain, Corey Feldman, Nik West, Kevin Nealon, and many more. With appearances on GLEE, MasterChef, Cartoon Network, Showtime, FOX, and ABC, and corporate work with NIKE and Jameson Irish Whiskey. Nick is also currentlySr. Drum Instructor and Show Director for School Of Rock A performance based music school with multiple franchises location in southern California.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with drummer Jason Hartless, best known for being the drummer for guitarist and fellow Detroit native, Ted Nugent. Hartless has also performed with Mitch Ryder and Joe Lynn Turner.
We recently had a moment to chat with vocalist Scott Sinclair of the Alternative Rock act, Sin MG about the band their music and quite a bit of other stuff that is not quite fit for print. Tune in, check out the band, and then check out their music.
On this new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with vocalist Fiar, of the Spanish based metal act, Foscor.FOSCOR hail from Catalonia, and take inspiration from the morbid, decadent, and sick reflections on a rapidly changing society, as the artistic landscape at the end of the nineteenth century shaped.The name FOSCOR translates as "darkness" in their native Catalan tongue, which the band from Barcelona uses for their lyrics as a distinctive element and strong connection with their cultural reality.The Catalans’ first two albums, 'Entrance to the Shadows' Village' (2004), 'The Smile of the Sad Ones' (2007) wrapped a shroud of classic second wave black metal around a melancholic yet vital core. 'Groans to the Guilty' (2009) witnessed FOSCOR setting out towards more progressive and avant-garde course, but it was next full-length 'Those Horrors Wither' (2014) which marked a clear departure from the black metal. Darkness found an equally strong expression through the use of very personal clean vocals, tempo reduction and atmosphere.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we are joined by vocalist Eric Jayk of the NYC based hard rock outfit Wildstreet. Tune in and learn bout the band and their music. The conversation quickly goes south and never really recovers. Tune in and grab yourself some laughs.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Ben Liepelt, guitarist of the Extreme Metal Band, Endseeker. Tune in and learn about the band and enjoy the hilarity as your hosts Kris and Bruce take the conversation to all new lows.
On this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Riley McShane, vocalist of the Death Metal titans Allegaeon. Tune in and learn about the band and get a vocal lesson from McShane. As usual there are more than enough laughs to go around when the conversation quickly goes south and topics get weirder than they have ever been.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Haymie, vocalist of the legendary rock band Heavy Pettin. Tune in and learn about the band, have a few laughs and find out what Kris is putting on his dogs paws.
Prepare to be inspired! On this week’s episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with Richard McDeid, Father of Mason McDeid, and a fellow metal head who suffers from Cerebral Palsy. Tune in hear Mason's story and learn about the massive project Richard is planning the bring awareness to the disease while simultaneously uniting the global metal community. Trust me you are not going to want to miss this episode. Wealso listen to and review a song from the Dallas based metal act Silver Tongue Devilscalled "X.”
What once was the one man project of PATHOS has moved on to what you might call the European model. A core of 3 members, utilizing a list of other musicians as needed. Christian Symphonic Blackened Death Metal from the mud-soaked backroads of southern Indiana. Focusing on themes of suffering, pain, agony and despair, Symphony of Heaven has a message to tell, a story to share, and Hope to point towards.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we chat with guitarist/vocalist Scott Taysom of the Atlanta based metal act, Cloak. Tune in learn about the band and help us locate our AWOL co-host Kris Siegers.
On this episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with guitarist Paul Allender about his bands White Empress and Diamorte, his horror production company Era Horrificus, and his artist mentoring service. Also featured on this episode is a song review of "The Pacifist," from Unto The Wolves. As always there is some comical banter between the co-host before they get to talking with Paul
Check out this weeks brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast with special guest, Russell Bergquist of Touch The Sun and The Russell Bergquist Project. Russ is also the ex-bass player of Annihilator. Tunein to learn all about projects and get a few good laughs along the way.
If you have been a metal head for any amount of time then you are familiar with the "Battle Vest" or "Battle Jacket." Perhaps like me you owned one or you are familiar with them from attending show, either way you are going to love this interview with Tom Cardwell where he gets into the psychology behind the actual phenomenon of the battle vest. Tom should know. Apart from being a veteran battle jacket wearer, he’s a University lecturer, a painter, and a researcher currently studying for a PhD project which uses painting to examine the customised cut-offs worn by heavy metal fans. His thesis is entitled Still Life And Death Metal: Painting The Battle Jacket.
ENTHRONED, a name Black Metal fans are no strangers to. Over the course of the last 25 years, they have pushed the boundaries of black metal and the deepness of the Left Hand Path philosophy further within. The quintet has channeled that dedication into their newest record; a dark and crushing black metal album where cold riffing, blood chilling atmospheres and ritualistic drumming are keys to forging their most mature and accomplished opus to date.
On this weeks episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast we speak with former Overkill guitarist Bobby Gustafson about his band Satans Taint and their new album, "Destruction Ritual", Tune in for some good laughs and to learn about the making of this killer new old school metal record.
You are not going to want to miss this brand new episode of The Brutally Delicious Podcast with special guest Viren Swami, Professor of Social Psychology at Anglia Ruskin University in the UK. He is an international expert on attraction and body image, and has written and edited several books on these topics. Today we chat about his paper "Metalheads: The Influence of Personality and Individual Differences on Preference for Heavy Metal." This is an extremely informative and entertaining episode that goes deep into the social and psychological aspects of the Heavy Metal Genre. Tune in, check it out, and please share. As a bonus, Viren has also agreed to send a copy of his paper to anyone who reaches out to him at the following address.https://shows.pippa.io/the-brutally-delicious-podcast/episodes/viren-swami-episode-008
NU-95 is an Alternative Pop-Punk outfit from Dallas, Texas. With strong roots in the melodic song writing of Pop-Punk, the band also borrows from the aggressive style of Hardcore music. Started by Grant Yoder (guitar) and Ramses Ramirez (guitar) the band was completed in 2015 with Haley Garman (Bass) and singer Aaron Brewster. After a self titled EP was released in June of 2016 the band peacefully parted ways with Aaron and previous drummers to join with DaeDae (drums). Debuting their first music video "Fake Friends" with a new frontman Ivan Prochaska (vocals) and rebranding, the band has established a revived sound of pop punk melodies of the "emo" era.
On this episode of the Brutally Delicious Podcast Bruce and Kris with legendary producer Michael Beinhorn. He is responsible for some of the greatest records of the last few decades including records by The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soundgarden, Ozzy, Marilyn Manson and so many more.
Mark Deutrom is a guitarist, composer, songwriter, and producer.
Mark Deutrom studied composition at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, CA . There he attended seminars with such composers as John Cage, Lou Harrison, Morton Feldman, Aaron Copland, and Morton Subotnick.
In 1986 Deutrom co founded Alchemy Records in San Francisco, CA. During his time at the label he produced a record for his own band, Clown Alley, as well as records for Sacrilege, Melvins, RKL, and Neurosis.
In 1993 Deutrom was invited to play bass in the Melvins. He was in the band from 1993-1998, and played on and contributed material to the albums "Prick", "Stoner Witch", "Stag", "Honky", " and additional releases. During his time with the band they toured with Tool, Nirvana, Nine Inch Nails, Kiss, and Rush among others.
In 2006 he was invited to collaborate with SunnO))) on various live dates in the USA and Europe.
Deutrom has released various solo projects and continues to produce projects for others.
The band Bellringer is the live vehicle for his music and currently features RL Hulsman on drums, Aaron Lack on drums, and Brian Ramirez on bass and vocals.
In 2017 Mark Deutrom signed a licensing agreement with French heavy music label Season of Mist to reissue his catalog, and also for new music beginning with the album The Blue Bird released on January 4 2019.
Here is the inaugural episode of the Brutally Delicious Podcast. Hosted by Kris Siegers and myself and featuring special guest Anders Engberg of the Swedish Doom metal act Sorcerer. Tune in, check it out, share it, but most of all tell us what you think, we want your feedback.