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Eddie Trunk, the most well-known name in hard rock and metal music, brings his insight, commentary, reviews, discussion and in-depth interviews to the podcast world! Join Eddie and his famous friends in rock and entertainment every week for a rollicking good time.

Eddie Trunk, the most well-known name in hard rock and metal music, brings his insight, commentary, reviews, discussion and in-depth interviews to the podcast world! Join Eddie and his famous friends in rock and entertainment every week for a rollicking good time.
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Eddie Trunk, the most well-known name in hard rock and metal music, brings his insight, commentary, reviews, discussion and in-depth interviews to the podcast world! Join Eddie and his famous friends in rock and entertainment every week for a rollicking good time.




ET - George Lynch // Bobby Dall

Eddie bring you another double shot on this episode! First, Dokken's George Lynch drops and discusses declining a gig with Ratt, his 'Shadow Train' double album, working with Living Colour's Corey Glover for Ultraphonix, and dishes on what's going on with some of his projects, including Dokken and Lynch Mob. Then, Poison bassist Bobby Dall calls in from the road and gives and update on the band's summer tour with Cheap Trick and Pop Evil.


ET - Dennis DeYoung // Robin Zander

On another double episode, Eddie is first joined by founding Styx member Dennis DeYoung who discusses being snubbed from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, damage done to the band's fanbase, the old and new members of Styx, and much more. Then, Cheap Trick's Robin Zander drops by to talk about 40 years since 'Buddakan,' writing the next Cheap Trick album, his love for The Beatles, and being on broadway in the 'Rocktopia' musical.


ET - Rob Zombie

Shock Rock legend Rob Zombie joins Eddie Trunk to discuss the band's upcoming "Twins of Evil" tour with Marilyn Manson, his latest film, 'Three From Hell,' which is the latest in his 'House of 1000 Corpses' series, veganism, the band's plans for new music, and more!


ET - Jason Hook // Billy Duffy

Eddie Trunk brings you another double dip this week! First, Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hooks calls in to discuss the band's latest album, 'And Justice For None,' his KISS pinball machines, working on the 'Hired Gun' movie about behind-the-scenes music guys, and more. Then, The Cult's Billy Duffy drops by and discusses his early influences, bands he saw while growing up in Manchester, what he's been up to, future plans for the band, sobriety, and more.


ET - Joe Elliott // Sully Erna

On another double episode, Eddie first drops by Def Leppard's tour rehearsals to talk to Joe Elliott, who discusses being a legacy band, how they pick the setlist, staying healthy, his thoughts on the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame decision process, and more. Then, Godsmack mainman Sully Erna phones in to discuss the band's latest album, 'When Legends Rise,' how the concept behind the fun new music video for "Bulletproof" came about, experimentation with musical sound, and much more!


ET - Bret Michaels // Alice in Chains

On another double episode, Poison frontman Bret Michaels kicks off the interview and discusses his suite at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya, Poison's upcoming tour and festival dates, and more. Then, all four members of Alice in Chains drop by to discuss their forthcoming new album, golfing, and a whole lot more!


ET - Jonathan Cain // Geoff Tate

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Journey's Jonathan Cain, who shares stories from his new memoir, 'Don't Stop Believin',' such as the impact of Steve Perry's entry and exit from the band had, leaving The Babys to join the band, an interesting interaction with Prince, and more! Then, Geoff Tate reflects on the past 30 years since the release of Queensryche's iconic 'Operation Mindcrime' album, how hard it was to get people on board with the album at first, and more!


ET - Lenny Kravitz

Eddie meets and interviews guitar icon Lenny Kravitz for the first time on this episode. Kravitz discusses his forthcoming 11th studio album, 'Raise Vibration,' his 30 year long career, where his musical influences come from, working with Prince, his Kravitz Design company and how he got into that, and so much more!


ET - Dee Snider + Rob Evans

Twisted Sister mainman Dee Snider and 'Rocktopia' creator Rob Evans join Eddie on this episode to discuss the 'Rocktopia' broadway show, which blends rock 'n' roll and opera for a unique theatre experience! Snider also discusses life after Twisted Sister, his new album with Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta, and how he came up with "We're Not Gonna Take It" while Evans explains his background, how 'Rocktopia' came about, and more!


ET - The Dead Daisies

The Dead Daisies' John Corabi and Deen Castronovo join Eddie Trunk on this episode and discuss the band's latest tour, their signature "The Dead Red" wine, their respective projects, including Corabi's tenure in Motley Crue and Castronovo's time in Journey, Aerosmith, and much more!


ET - King Diamond

Legendary shock rocker King Diamond joins Eddie Trunk at the guitar sanctuary in McKinney, TX for this episode! King gives an update on the progress of the band's forthcoming studio album and live DVD, shares some bone-chilling ghost stories, discusses his new fatherhood, reflects on his near death experience and heart attack, and so much more!


ET - David Coverdale

Whitesnake singer David Coverdale joins Eddie on this episode and dishes on the band's upcoming tour with Foreigner, his relationship with the members of Foreigner, 'The Purple Album' and how that came together, working with Jimmy Page, legalization, and the status of the next Whitesnake album!


ET - Jesse James Dupree

Eddie Trunk and comedian Dean Delray interview Jackyl frontman Jesse James Dupree on this all new episode. In addition to discussing Throttle Fest, his book, and his bourbon business, Dupree also shares war stories from the road, including a brutal motorcycle accident, getting into a brawl with security at a venue, stumbling upon Ronnie Van Zant's grave in Nashville, getting protested by church groups, and the time Nirvana got thrown out of one of his shows for being too rowdy.


ET - Biff Byford // Scott Gorham

On this double episode, Eddie is joined by members of the current opening bands for Judas Priest's North American "Firepower" tour - Scott Gorham of Black Star Riders and Biff Byford of Saxon. First, Gorham drops by to talk about the current tour, breaking away from Thin Lizzy, choosing a set list, and he takes calls from listeners. Then, Byford wraps the show up with discussions about Saxon's latest album, 'Thunderbolt,' the gothic sounding single, "Nosferatu (The Vampires Waltz),"...


ET - Michael Schenker // Eddie Kramer + John McDermott

On this packed double episode, Eddie is first joined by Michael Schenker who discusses his current Michael Schenker Fest tour, working with Kirk Hammett, new album 'Resurrection,' and how he doesn't listen to any other music. Then, legendary record producer Eddie Kramer and Jimi Hendrix catalog manager John McDermott drop by to discuss the Experience Hendrix project, restoring old Hendrix tapes, "new" Hendrix album 'Both Sides of the Sky,' working with the legend back in the day, and where...


ET - Rick Allen + Jeff Keith

On yet another Monsters of Rock Cruise special, Eddie Trunk is joined by both Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen and Tesla singer Jeff Keith. Tune in for wild stories about being pushed in laundry baskets by Robert Plant, doing mushrooms in Manchester, that time Eddie accidentally stole Jeff's mic before a show, how the guys met and became friends, and much more!


ET - L.A. Guns

On this double episode, Eddie is coming at you from the Atlantic Ocean on the Monsters of Rock Cruise with 3/5ths of L.A. Guns! First, Phil Lewis and Traci Guns drop by to discuss their new album, 'The Missing Piece,' as well as their reunion, how their dynamic is different now, and share stories from the road. Then, guitarist Michael Grant makes an appearance and shares his unique backstory, which includes an interesting opportunity that came about after being sent to bootcamp in the...


ET - Steve Harris // Zakk Wylde

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris while at sea on the Monsters of Rock Cruise. The legend discusses side band British Lion, future plans for Iron Maiden, what it's like being on a cruise for the first time, and more! Then, Black Label Society/Ozzy axman Zakk Wylde drops by to discuss BLS' new album, 'Grimmest Hits' as well as rejoining Ozzy, his thoughts on the Grammy's, his NFL football predictions, and much else!


ET - Joe Perry

On this episode, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry dishes on 'Sweetzerland Manifesto,' an all new solo album that was produced by Johnny Depp and features all-star guest vocalists. The legend also discusses the future with Aerosmith and Hollywood Vampires, his relationship with Extreme vocalist Gary Cherone, working with his son, Terry Reid, and much more!


ET - Halestorm

Halestorm's Lzzy Hale and Joe Hottinger join Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss being inducted into the Heavy Metal Hall of History. The pair also dish on why they choose certain songs to cover, touring with Lita Ford and Dorothy, their thoughts on Code Orange, working with Tom Keifer, their forthcoming new album, and much more!