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261 // Are You Threatin Me?

In this episode we talk a whole lot about "metal" band Threatin and how he scammed his way onto a fake European tour "Break The World," after building a fake fanbase of likes and comments on Facebook, to bolster his non-existent reputation. We talked in depth about how all of this played out and how his band discovered mid-tour it was a scam and they were played, his music videos and fake concert footage, and go in depth on his website of hilarity. We also briefly discussed the new show on...


260 // Sometimes They Come Back...

It's been a bit of a hiatus for us, and it was a much-needed break, but we are BACK! In this episode, we introduce a new segment titled "That's What She Said" with a new female voice added to the sausage-party mix of commentary. We discuss a whole lot about horror films and music including A Nightmare on Elm Street, Creep, Jeepers Creepers, The Witch, It Follows, Susperia, Sleepaway Camp, The Thing, and OF COURSE we discuss the new Halloween film. We also discuss film music from the likes of...


258 // So, this is the New Year...

We're back! The first show of 2018, we discuss our favorite records of 2017 including Galaxy 80, Brass Hearse, Coutoux, 10th Letter, Maine, Elder, Dread Sovereign, Timber Timbre, Sinkane, Grand Lord High Master, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Bully, The Flaming Lips, The Obsessives, Cloud Nothings, Julien Baker, Cuddle Magic, Boris, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, and Rozwell Kid. We also talk about our experience filming a documentary for the Echosynthetic Synthwave Fest in Atlanta, Ga. The guy...


257 // Conspiracy Theories in Music Part Six: The Assassination of John Lennon

In this episode we dig deep into the conspiracy theories behind the murder of John Lennon of The Beatles. It has long been common knowledge that the killer, Mark David Chapman was a fan of Lennon, but on deeper look into his life, in his past there are many connections that lead to CIA, MK Ultra, and brainwashing that could have lead to the assassination. Was there another person in on it? Was it a plot from the government to silence the anti-war John Lennon and his politically charged...


256 // Conspiracy Theories in Music Part Five: The Occult (Sad Satan)

In this episode we dig deep into the Occult's dark ties within music. From the stories of selling their souls to Satan in the fashion of blues legend Robert Johnson to Aleister Crowley's influence from his religion and philosophy of Thelema into the music of such bands as Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. We go in depth about Crowley's "magick" and those obsessed with the idea. We discuss Jimmy Page and his obsession with the dark side and how it influenced the music and stigma behind Led...


253 // Conspiracy Theories in Music Part Two: Paul Is Dead

In this episode we are joined by our friends Sommer and Adam Morgan to dive deep into the many elements of the "Paul is Dead" conspiracy theory. We discuss the car crash that some claim took Paul's life, the replacement William Shephard (aka Billy Shears,) the many books written on the subject, as well as audio clips of back masking and reverse speak, and all of the hidden messages that seem to be littered throughout Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Magical Mystery Tour, The White...


252 // Conspiracy Theories in Music Part One: Proven and Debunked

In this episode we begin our series on Conspiracy Theories in Music. We begin light as some future episodes will dig a little deeper into the darker side of Hollywood, the occult, and the Illuminati and their connections with the music industry and musicians. We start with things that have been long rumored and have either been proven true, or debunked. Such as Ozzy Osborne biting the head off of a bat at a Black Sabbath show, Marilyn Manson was rumored to be Paul from the Wonder Years and...


251 // The Foo Fighters - The Colour And The Shape

In this episode we take a trip back to the "Classic Album" episodes we use to do so often and we discuss The foo Fighters amazing sophomore album "The Color and The Shape."


250 // Bieber made Manson "Relevant" again.

In this episode we discuss human garbage can Martin Shkreli listen this one of a kind Wu-Tang album on eBay as well as going STRAIGHT to jail for inciting his Facebook followers to cut off and retrieve a piece of Hillary Clinton's hair, we discuss our thoughts on the new album from The National "Sleep Well, Beast," Justin Bieber told Marilyn Manson "I made you relevant again" wearing a re-purposed shirt sold at Barney's for under $200, the band Decapitated is accused of allegedly kidnapping...


248 // Wolves and Wolves and Wolves and Wolves

In this episode our friends Wolves and Wolves and Wolves and Wolves stop by the studio to chat about their newest record The Cross and The Switchblade, Touring, Wrestling, Music, and so much more!


247 // Nazi Ghost

In this episode we begin with a little bit of politics because Donald Trump, Kid Rock furthers his senate run, Tool is releasing their back catalog on vinyl with remasters, SoundCloud is still struggling but got millions more in investments, BandCamp is awesome, we had a slight run-in with a tiny ghost or apparition disembodied voice, Thor Harris of Swans and Shearwater is running for governor of Texas, Liam Gallagher is still running his mouth, the New Mexico man arrested for urinating on a...


245 // Un-Holy Rolling

It was a slow news week, but we discuss Justin Bieber finding Jesus again, going to church, and running over a paparazzi when leaving, and Radiohead's newly reformed showcasing recent live shows in full.


244 // Time Traveling Ghost

In this episode we start down a rabbit hole talking about creating custom songs in the style of various artists, we play a mini-game and Derek is tested, then we go down a 90's music rabbit hole as well, Stone Temple Pilots new "Core" reissue with 3 additional discs, new Converge music, Tyler, The Creator's new album being released on cassette, Justin Bieber is "Just over it," and cancels his tour, more of the Mandela Effect and Listener Questions!


243 // This is how you remind me... that we hate Nickelback

In this episode we discuss Radiohead and their recent concert in Israel and the conflict surrounding it, Roger Waters comments toward Thom Yorke, RZA and his Chipotle inspired musical endeavors, the R. Kelly sex cult, the passing of George Romero, Donald Trump and Sean Spicer's love for Daft (Funk) Punk, Kid Rock and his Michigan senate run, and Billy Corgan selling off his old Smashing Pumpkins gear on Reverb. We also answer listener questions ranging from ice cream, broken social scene,...


242 // White and it shows

In this episode we open with our new (and one time only) rap intro and we talk about Noel Gallagher joining U2 in Manchester... Liam had quite the response, the meaning to the song Closing Time by Semisonic, Morrissey is a fan of Smashmouth, says Smashmouth. Migos' gets kicked off of a flight, Ryan Adams bashes Alt-J, the Foo Fighters new album featuring members of Boyz 2 Men, The Dickies outburst at Warped Tour and Eagles of Death Metal and Offspring defend their "freedom of speech," and a...


241 // Remember the time... Michael Jackson owned the Beatles catalogue?

In this episode, we begin the show by talking about our newly updated website, Jay-Z's new album "4:44" streaming only on Tidal... if you pre-ordered it, Kanye and Jay's ongoing feud, the Fyre Festival organizer is going to jail, Paul McCartney might be getting the rights back to the Beatles catalogue, more pre-order frustration, Kylie and Kendall Jenner making "vintage" band t-shirts with their faces on them, Hannibal Buress sends a double to the Spider-Man red carpet and no one notices,...


240 // Adventures in Pizza Delivery

In this episode we jumped straight into conversation about man-spreading, Keanu Reeves, John Wick Chapter 2, the similarities and differences of Fleet Foxes and Bon Iver, the Foo Fighter's very conservative tour rider, Johnny Depp's comments on Donald Trump at Glastonbury Festival, Linkin Park playing new music at Hellfest and getting things thrown at them, adventures in pizza delivery, the new trend in pop music where everything sounds the same such as the new Fall Out Boy, a Senator was...


239 // Blink-182 is "Coal," and Radiohead is "Renewable Energy."

In this episode we talk about Father's Day, the decline of Fidget Spinners with the new addition of band branded spinners, Blink182's "Dude Ranch" and Radiohead's "Ok Computer" came out the same year... weird, Gene Simmons is attempting to trademark the devil horns hand gesture and Ronnie James Dio's wife says "it belongs to everyone," more talk on Sour Beers, the new music from Arcade Fire and The Killers, the new Queens of the Stone Age produced by Mark Ronson, Steve Earle calls out Noel...


238 // Doing God's Work

In this episode we talk about the new Frank Turner documentary "Get Better," the new Grateful Dead documentary on Amazon Prime "Long Strange Trip," All 4 One, a new study that shows what drugs are most popular at each music festival, a man gets arrested for selling fake drugs at Bonnaroo claiming he was "doing god's work," Taylor Swift returns her music to streaming sites the same day as Katy Perry's new album releases, the Matrix soundtrack getting a vinyl repress, The Sword's new Pink...


237 // Danzig, Trump, and Baby Parts

In this episode we discuss the new Grateful Dead documents-series on Amazon Prime titled "Long Strange Trip," Childish Gambino to call it quits after his next album, the Foo Fighters new track and music video, the new Dan Auerbach record "Waiting on a Song," the new Beach Fossil's record "Somersault," Thom Yorke takes shade from Roger Watters for playing a Radiohead show in Isreal... Thom fires back in typical fashion, Scott Stapp's upcoming "Make America Rock Again" tour, and Danzig's...