Monday, October 15, 2018

Thrash It Out Vol 4, Track 5: PRINCE OF THE POVERTY LINE by Skyclad


In which Antony and I discuss the 1994 folk metal concept album from one of the pioneers of the genre.You can listen to and download the episode here. And if you want to join in the discussion, head over to our Facebook group here.

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Your homework for next episode is Royal Thunder's CVI.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Power Chords Podcast: Track 27--Slash and The Police


Opening Act:
Megadeth announce Megacruise
Pearl Jam reveals anti-homelessness campaign
Stephen Pearcy apologized for intoxicated performance
Brian seeing John Carpenter on Halloween

Ear Candy:
Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators--Living the Dream (2018)
The Police--Synchronicity (1983)

Six Degrees of Frankie B.

Comin Atcha Live:
Flotsam and Jetsam

Rockversation: Craig Goldy (Part 2)
Matt spoke with the Giuffria and Dio guitarist about his career in music as well as his new project, Dream Child. Keep up with Craig at www.facebook.com/craig.goldy, and with Dream Child at www.facebook.com/DreamChildRock.

Bonus Track: Snakes in Paradise—Will You Remember Me
From the newly-released album Step Into the Light, which is out now on Frontiers Records.

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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Power Chords Podcast: Track 26--Warrant and Dream Child



Opening Act:
Krokus Retiring in their 45th Year
Sammy Hagar reveals final album title
Saxon celebrating 40 years in 2019
Warrant Oct 18th at the Wolf Den
House of Lords upcoming dates

Ear Candy:
Warrant--Louder, Harder Faster (2017)
Dream Child--Until Death Do We Meet Again (2018)

Six Degrees of Frankie B.

Comin Atcha Live:
Helloween at the Worcester Palladium 9/14

Rockversation: Craig Goldy (Part 1)
Matt spoke with the Giuffria and Dio guitarist about his career in music as well as his new project, Dream Child. Keep up with Craig at www.facebook.com/craig.goldy, and with Dream Child at www.facebook.com/DreamChildRock.

Bonus Track: Uriah Heep--Knocking at My Door
From the new album Living the Dream, out now.

Thanks for listening! If you're subscribing on iTunes or Google play, please leave us a review, as it will help spread the word about the show! You can also hit us up on twitter at twitter.com/powerchordspod, and email us at powerchordspodcast@gmail.com.

Monday, September 24, 2018

Thrash It Out Vol 4, Track 4: SHOUT AT THE DEVIL by Motley Crue

 

In which Antony and I take a deep dive into the 1983, 4x Platinum classic by the band that pretty much owned the 1980s. You can listen to and download the episode here. And if you want to join in the discussion, head over to our Facebook group here.

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Your homework for next episode is Skyclad's PRINCE OF THE POVERTY LINE.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Come See Me at CT HorrorFest in Danbury Saturday 9/15!


CT HorrorFest 2018 Poster by Jeff Zornow
CT HorrorFest 2018 Poster by Jeff Zornow
It's almost time for my favorite show of the year!!

CT HorrorFest is happening at the Danbury Arena in Connecticut on Saturday, September 15th from 11am to 7pm, and I will be there selling books, hanging out and talking horror.

Brian LeTendre Horror Novel Cover Montage

Last year's show was one of the greatest experiences of my life, as I got to meet he legendary Tom Atkins and give him a copy of Harrowed, which features a character inspired by his role as Ray Cameron in Night of the Creeps. I will never for get that day.


This year is shaping up to be an amazing show as well, and will feature a Halloween reunion, as Nick Castle, PJ Soles and Nancy Kyes will all be there. Not to mention Mark Patton from Nightmare on Elm Street 2, the legendary Pam Grier (Jackie Brown, Escape From L.A., Ghosts of Mars), Alex Vincent from Child's Play and more.

So, if you are in the New England are and you're a horror fan, come out to this fantastic show. Tickets are available through the website here, and also at the door. And if you do go, stop by and say hi!