Nov 15, 2023
Shortly after leaving Kansas, John Elefante and his brother Dino created a supergroup of sorts in Mastedon and was featured on two California metal compilations in the late 80s. In this, their first full length album from 1989, they call on assistance from members of REO Speedwagon, Ambrosia, X-Sinner, and others for an...
Oct 26, 2023
Christian rock and metal are not without their share of creepy songs, generally dealing with the end times, the occult, the anitchrist, or encounters with Satan/demons. Steve and Britt pull together 10 of the top songs and discuss what makes them so eerie.
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Oct 5, 2023
Steve and Britt finally add Bride to the mix, discussing their fourth album and the first with Star Song. This album marked a change in direction for the band to more of a bluesy rock and hard rock different from the heavier metal of their previous albums.
Sep 19, 2023
Released in 1988, Mad at the World's sophomore album ventured into more aggressive rock than their debut but was still heavily influenced by European Techno. Steve and Britt break down this Frontline Classic.
Sep 18, 2023
In this special episode, Steve pays tribute to Mylon LeFevre, who passed away Sept. 8, 2023.