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A comedian and metalhead examine some of the most heinous true crimes, mind bending conspiracy theories and supernatural occult happenings, then find a death metal song with lyrics that sync up with the events every week. You can expect top notch research, hilarious antics from absurd points of view, and a comedic take making the terrible history of humanity a little more palatable. Kristofer Pierce and Buddy Loyd are Death Metal Detectives NEW EPISODES EACH FRIDAY
 
Specializing in meaningful music discussions; bringing you conversations with some of the most impressive and innovative musicians to reach our beloved underground. Jon's mission statement, essentially, is to provide artists with a platform of at-length discussion for a variety of case-specialized, scintillating topics of interview such as the specifics of self-producing, writing methods, the music industry, touring, horror films, life beyond music, and his personal favorite, gear. Stick aro ...
 
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S1E139: "My Creative Process" - Max Moore In this episode, we gather with one of our favorite videographers in the scene Max Moore. We discuss all things from his early beginnings picking up a DSLR camera, why paint is a dangerous thing to have on set, and how Converge positively changed his life forever. https://www.maxmoorefilms.com/ Podcast Bord…
 
S1E138: "A Pocket Full of Dreams" - The Roaming Bear (Conor Girard) 2023 marks a new year where we will be trying new things with the podcast. Not only will be talking to musicians but we're inviting all sorts of creative people on the podcast to share their stories. It has been four years since twenty-four-year-old Conor Girard first hopped on a f…
 
S1E137: "Being Massively Vulnerable" - Marko Vuorinen 2023 marks a new year where we will be trying new things with the podcast. Not only will be talking to musicians but we're inviting all sorts of creative people on the podcast to share their stories. "Vianey" is a hard-hitting documentary portrait of the life and misfortunes of the New Jersey an…
 
S1E136: "An Unhitched Trailer" - McKenna Holland (Tribal Gaze) In this episode, we gather with McKenna Holland (Tribal Gaze) to talk about their experience traveling on their first U.S. tour, the similarities between the genre of rap and metal, almost losing their trailer full of gear on the first day, and his love for Modelos. Podcast Borders - @w…
 
S1E135: "1 drummer, 7 bands" - Chad Gailey (Necrot/Vastum/Mortuous) In this episode, we gather with Chad Gailey (Necrot/Vastum/Mortuous) to discuss various topics including leveraging multiple bands at once, his drive to pursue metal as a career, the decision and opportunity to build a record label with friends, and what he's learned about handling…
 
S1E134: "Death Metal Crusty Punks" - Dave Benson (Acephalix) In this episode, we gather with Dave Benson (Acephalix) to talk about his experience in the studio with audio engineer Greg Wilkinson, their newest release "Theothanatology", the current state of death metal, and our love-hate relationship with cassettes. Podcast Borders - @withered_desig…
 
S1E133: "The Unnecessary Need For Cool and Unaffordable Guitar Pedals" - John Hades (Devil Master) In this episode, we gather with John Hades (Devil Master) to talk about how he describes himself as an anti-intellectual regarding music theory, the impact Randy Uchida (G.I.S.M) has had on his approach to picking up the guitar, and their transition t…
 
S1E132: "Attitude, Mean Mugging and Having Fun" - Aaren Pantke (Molder) In this episode, we gather with Aaren Pantke (Molder) to discuss his bands upcoming run with the legendary Exhumed while discussing his love for the band. We also chat about our experience at Maryland Deathfest 2022, tips on not getting robbed on tour, and the sacrifices you ne…
 
S1E131: "How To Punish Your Local Radio Station" - Josh Richter (Bather) In this episode, we gather with Josh Richter (Bather) to talk about the headspace he needs to be in when writing lyrics for Bather, the moment he picked up his first ever camera, and the struggle when looking back on childhood memories through videos and photos. Podcast Border…
 
S1E130: "Marriage Between Arrangement" - Blake Ibanez (Power Trip/Fugitive) In this episode, we talk to Blake Ibanez (Power Trip/Fugitive) about his time performing and attending Psycho Las Vegas 2022, dissecting the consistencies in his writing style, and his ideal day off when he's not thinking about doing band-related things. Our Artists: Podcas…
 
We made it. Episode III of our grunge trilogy. Today we attempt to answer the most important question in the entire world: Why does everyone hate Nickelback? It's a tough question. Send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryanRyan Wallis and Zachary Wilson tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Do you smell that? A faint scent in the air? It smells like... Teen Spirit. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, as Part II of our Grunge Trilogy, we talk about the main attraction. How did grunge kill hair metal, and where did go after it committed that murder? Check out our socials, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandr…
 
Somebody told us that professional, sophisticated podcasts do multi-part episodes. So we decided to give it a go. And since we've been talking about the 90's so much lately, what better topic for our mini series than the most rapid shift in rock and roll history: Hair metal to grunge to post grunge. In this first of 3 episodes, we talk about the cr…
 
Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withered_designs Conceptual, Merch, and Zine Covers - @bennybonesart We want to hear from our listeners about their thoughts on future guests, topics of discussion, and show recommendations. Please consider emailing us at noisedosagemedia585@gmail.com Want to know what else Noise Dosage Media has to offer? Cl…
 
It's true. We're back. Not that we went anywhere, but hey. Today we talk about something that we are most unqualified to talk about: Boy Bands. So yeah. Sorry about that. Quit playing games with our hearts, send us your Musical Memories: https://linktr.ee/zacandryanRyan Wallis and Zachary Wilson tarafından oluşturuldu
 
We've all been there. Finding an artist that you absolutely love, only to find out about the shady stuff they did in the past. Is it still okay to listen to their music? Can you look past the mistakes of the artist and still enjoy the art? Check out this week's songs, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
Well, Ryan finally remembered that he has a podcast, so he's back in the studio! And since he's a brand-spanking-new-first-time-father and all, we look at how parenting and music go hand in hand. Trust us, we're experts in all things parenting. Check out this week's playlist, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
Get on your combat boots and fix that mohawk, we're talking about punk today. Ryan is still out for paternity leave, so fan-favorite Lindsey Wilson joins Zac in the studio to talk about why she loves punk music, and why she's just now getting into it. Slam dance to this week's playlist, and send in your musical memories here: https://linktr.ee/zaca…
 
Hey everyone, no full episode this week, but for a very special reason! Listen to see what's up. And don't you fret, we will be back to business as usual with full episodes next week. Check out our companion playlists and social media pages here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryanRyan Wallis and Zachary Wilson tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Do you ever just wanna break stuff? Yeah, me too. This week we talk about what some people consider the worst thing to ever happen to music: Nu-Metal. We talk about where it came from, and how it brought about such a strange culture. Also, remember Pimp My Ride? That show was cool. Get a soundtrack to your anger with this week's playlist, and send …
 
This week, we pretend to be film critics. We talk about how a TV show put a 37 year-old song into the Billboard charts, our favorite musical movies (NOT musicals), and something everyone asked for, a professional review of Stranger Things season 4. For some reason. Warning: spoilers for season 4 of Stranger Things. Get your popcorn and check out th…
 
After years of waiting, Zac finally gets to talk about his true passion: sports. He knows all about the different balls, sticks, and costumes used by baseballmen. Just kidding, he just tries to keep up as Ryan and special guest Nate Lundberg discuss baseball, and how music became a huge part of it. Get your Jock Jam fix with our weekly playlists, a…
 
Not today, Satan. Not today. Join us with a special guest Bailey Shaffer, who tells us all about the idea of selling your soul to the devil for musical talent. Also, we brush up on our numerology and become environmentalists. Check out this week's playlist and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
S1E128: "Rochester Love, Friendship, and Pride" - Tom Alberti (White Tides) In this episode, we meet face to face with a good friend of mine, Tom Alberti (White Tides) to talk about the very beginning of his band White Tides. Along the way, we also chat about overcoming the various amount of bumps in the road, their ambitions for the future, and st…
 
S1E127: "Unpacking the Modern Day" - Remy Veselis (Death Bells) In this episode, we gather with Remy Veselis (Death Bells) to talk about his travel across the world to make music his primary purpose in life. Along the way, we also chat about our attractiveness to the unknown regarding art, gatekeeping, and an object that represents his 20s. Our Art…
 
Sit back, relax, and let's talk about our feelings. Today we take a look at why music is go good at making us feel things, and how those feelings have shaped what we listen to. We also introduce our new weekly segment, Musical Memories. Check out the weekly playlists, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
Come with me to the land of make believe, where we all forgot that the Beatles are the most important band to ever be. Now answer this honestly, would we still love the Beatles? Would we still talk about their influence today, over 50 years after their breakup? Who would have taken their place? Come Together and check out this week's playlist: http…
 
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