PODCAST: Glacially Musical 153: GWAR  – “America Must Be Destroyed” Reviewed and Offending The Defenseless


Glacially Musical reviews the third album from GWAR,  the charmingly named America Must Be Destroyed! We review this time in the band, analyze each song, address their collective lyrical genius, and chat about the epic (and Grammy-nominated long-form VHS tape/movie Phallus In Wonderland! 

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PODCAST: Glacially Musical 148 – Cannibal Corpse “Vile” Reviewed and Series Wrap-Up


GMP ends our series on Cannibal Corpse with “Vile!” Chris Barnes started to make the album, but was fired – perhaps unceremoniously. Enter George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher! Is this the best Cannibal album? It might be!   Continue reading

PODCAST: Episode 315: Morgan and Mercedes Lander of Kittie Talk Comeback and New Music


Ghost Cult Keefy caught up with Morgan and Mercedes Lander of Kittie at Sick New World Festival! They discussed their select comeback shows, their new song “Vultures,” their other musical projects, adulting, and other new Kittie music they are working on! 

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PODCAST: Episode 126: John Connolly of Sevendust on “Blood and Stone”

Ghost Cult’s Keefy caught up with John Connolly of Sevendust to chat about their new album, Blood and Stone, releasing on October 23rd, 2020 via Rise Records. We discussed the making of the new album, releasing new music during this uncertain time, the more adult themes of the band’s music these days, how the band approaches songwriting, working with producer Elvis Baskette, the decision to cover Soundgarden’s “The Day I Tried To Live” and how they almost didn’t go through with it and more. Purchase the album here and listen to our chat right now. 

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PODCAST: Episode #98 – Willie Adler Talks New Lamb of God Album 

Ghost Cult had the honor of chatting with Willie Adler of Lamb of God recently, to talk all about the brand new self-titled album, due out on June 19th, 2020. Willie was in high spirits as we broke down the new album together, covering topics from the bands’ approach to the new album, his writing partnership with Mark Morton, how many throwback grooves went into this album, D. Randall Blythe breaking new ground asa singer, the bands’ veteran status in the scene, working with guests such as Chuck Billy of Testament and Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed, Willie’s hand in helping create their non-alcoholic Ghost Walker Beer, thoughts on 30 years of LoG history, and much more. You can pre-order the album at this link and listen to our chat below. Continue reading

PODCAST: Episode 90: Nick Holmes from Paradise Lost Discusses “Obsidian”

Ghost Cult had the honor of chatting with Nick Holmes (Bloodbath) of Paradise Lost about their new album, Obsidian (Nuclear Blast Records), due out on May 15th, 2020. Nick shares his thoughts on releasing an album during the pandemic, the creative process of the band, the more sweeping vision behind Obsidian, how the band approached the follow-up to Medusa 2017, how he and Gregor Mackintosh work together on new material, the orchestration on the albums, Nick’s vocal harmonies, the changes in his lyrics over the years, a look back on the 20th anniversary of their debut album Lost Paradise (Peaceville), and much more. Order Obsidian here and check out the podcast: Continue reading

Devin Townsend Launches Podcast with Episode 1 – Ocean Machine

Devin Townsend has been sharing new music and live performances, having launched a successful crowdfunding campaign to offset the loss of his headline tour at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Now Devy has launched his own podcast! Episode 1 is all about his solo album, Ocean Machine! Continue reading

PODCAST: Episode 73: BRKN Love Discusses Debut Album

Ghost Cult recently caught up with Justin Benlolo, the progenitor of the band BRKN Love, who released their debut, self-titled album on February 14th via Spinefarm Records. Although young in years, Justin has actually been working at his craft and releasing albums for many years after coming out Toronto, living all over the country and eventually landing in Los Angeles. We chatted with Justin about his modest start, how the group formed around him into a full band, rather than a solo project, the issues he has had to overcome to get his music in front of people, working with producer Joel Hamilton (Highly Suspect, Pretty Lights), his approach to touring and more.

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Dumb And Dumbest Podcast Streams Episode 38

Dumb and Dumbest Podcast are steaming episode 38 of the music industry focused show. Dumb and Dumbest is hosted by music executive Matt Bacon (Dropout Media, Ripple Music, Prophecy Productions) and Publicist Curtis Dewar (Dewar PR). Today’s’ episode is focused on what happens when there is no market for your band or the type of music you play, and strategies to get around this. Check it out and share with anyone who has a band trying to get their music out there!Continue reading