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We're living in a strange time but that's not stopping us from getting on microphones and being ridiculous and we do just that with The Quarantine Sessions Vol1! We are having to practice social distancing but thanks to the magic of Skype, we're getting together virtually and answering your pre-submitted questions. The topics bounce around wildly in this episode and you'll get music related questions as well as some real life stories from the our childhoods.

The Quarantine Sessions vol1

Additionally, we take some live phone calls for the first time. As you can figure, it's a comedy of errors. We're still figuring this technology out but had fun talking to a few of you and plan to do more of it going forward.

We hope you are staying home, washing your hands, and enjoying The Quarantine Sessions Vol! Please SHARE and comment below!

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We get into some cool behind-the-scenes KISStory this week with our Conversation with Vincent DiGerlando! Vincent worked for Howard Marks Advertising for 14 year and, by proxy, KISS. Meeting the band in 1974, he would go on to design the iconic KISS Army logo! Additionally, Vincent had a major hand in several landmark KISS albums and products including the album covers for Double Platinum, the 78 solo albums, Unmasked, and Creatures of the Night.

In this conversation, Vincent shares many interesting stories of working with the KISS team behind the scenes, the differences in design and printing compared to today, as well as his thoughts in hindsight of working with such a legendary band.

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We're back this week to focus on all the news in the rock and metal world with New Noize 9! There's a lot of bleak news outside of the music world these days so we hope to provide a brief escape from it all in this episode.

Starting things off, we give our in-depth review of the latest Ozzy Osbourne offering 'Ordinary Man'. Did we love it? Did we hate it? Do we disagree with each other? You'll have to listen to find out.

Additionally, we discuss some of the latest developments between the Donnie Vie and Enuff Z'nuff camps. A lot has been put forth publicly by the former singer of our favorite pop rock band and we have our thoughts on the whol situation.

Other topics discussed include Twisted Sister becoming licensing kings, updates on the Mick Mars solo album, Riot's singer trying out on The Voice (yes, we're serious), and a Nu-Metal tour that nobody asked for.

Finally, we dig into some recent comments from Robb Flynn of Machine Head that didn't sit too well with Aaron Camaro. You'll hear Robb's comments and Aaron's response in this episode.

We hope this break from our bleak reality helps you get through your week. Keep on rockin'! (and wash your freakin' hands!)

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We're blessed to be joined by Tommy Skeoch this week as he reflects on the Tesla classic 'Psychotic Supper.' Coming on the heels of the successful 'Five Man Acoustical Jam' album, Tesla hit the studio in New York playing with house money. The recent success afforded them free reign to create an album devoid of record company pressure. The band went to work with producers Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. The resulting album is a sonic platter of greatness. Psychotic Supper sounds as fresh today as it did in 1991.

Boasting five successful singles including What You Give, Edison's Medicine, Song and Emotion, and Call It What You Want, Psychotic Supper achieved platinum status.  In this long-form discussion, Tommy Skeoch shares his memories of the making of this great album. Track by track, story by story; you'll get it all.

We also get the inside track on Tommy's new band Resist and Bite. Putting the finishing touches on material, the band will soon be shopping for a label. In the meantime, we're giving you a sneak peak with podcast world premier of the song The Myth I'm Livin.'

Don't miss seeing Tommy Skeoch at ROCKNPOD Weekend taking place August 14-16 in Nashville, TN! Get your tickets NOW at www.rocknpod.com!

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