weekEnd Oct 10-11, 2015


Hour 1

hardDrive Double Dose: Slipknot
“Killpop” & “Wait & Bleed”
Plugged In:  I Prevail “Crossroads”
Tremonti “Radical Change”
Chris Cornell “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart”
Starset “Halo”
Guest: Papa Roach “Gravity”
Listener 3 Song Seg
Breaking Benjamin “Angels Fall”
Three Days Grace “Fallen Angel”
Bullet For My Valentine “You Want A Battle (Here’s A War)”
Ask Lzzy with Lzzy Hale of Halestorm
Halestorm “I Am The Fire”

Hour 2

Foo Fighters “Outside”
Bring Me The Horizon “Throne”
Guest:  Pop Evil “Footsteps”
P.O.D. “This Goes Out To You”:
Asking Alexandria “I Won’t Give In”
Sevendust “Thank You”
Guest:  Trivium “Until The World Goes Cold”
Seether “Save Today”
Red Sun Rising “The Otherside”
Guest:  Five Finger Death Punch “Wash It All Away”
What’s In Lou’s MP3 Player?  Gemini Syndrome “Eternity”

Week of Oct 12-16, 2015




Monday, Oct 12

Man, I, for one, am glad to hear Chase Utley of the LA Dodgers gets a 2-game suspension for intentionally harming Ruben Tejada of the NY Mets on Saturday.  I mean, he’s actually getting off easy.  And on top of that, Utley never apologized! Imagine what these next two games in NYC at Citifield in front of 45,000 really angrys Mets’ fans would’ve been like?  Like sending the guy into an arena with lions!   Thank you, Joe Torre, for making a smart move!  (Although he should’ve also been fined!)  Poor Ruben.  Hope that wasn’t a career-ending injury!

Speaking of baseball, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder attended last Wednesday night’s (Oct 7th) Chicago Cubs wild card playoff against against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Cubs beat the hometown Pirates 4-0, and after the game Vedder joined his beloved Cubs in the clubhouse to party and celebrate their first playoff victory since 2003.  I know Tom Morello is another huge Cubs fan.  Loving the playoffs!

Starting Monday out with an item from The Pulse Of Radio on my boys, Foo Fighters. Frontman Dave Grohl finally got his revenge last Wednesday (Oct 7th) for losing the “Battle Of The Bands” contest in ninth grade, according to Spin. During the Foos’ show that night at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Grohl invited a man named Chet Lott onstage. Lott and Grohl went to high school together in Virginia and it was Lott’s band that defeated Grohl’s group at that musical showdown 32 years ago.  When Grohl found out Lott was at Wednesday night’s concert, he had him come up onstage while he told the story of the Battle Of The Bands. Grohl recalled, “It was the greatest day of my life. If my band can go on to win the Battle of the Bands, I would surely go on to become the greatest living rock star of all time. We knew there were other bands, but we knew they couldn’t compete with us.”

He continued, “We f**king lost the Battle Of The Bands. Tonight, the man that beat me in the high school Battle of the Bands — don’t boo him, he’s a good man, evidently a better f**king musician than I am — if you’re around here somewhere, get your ass up here!”   Lott came onstage and the two bantered for a bit, with Lott saying, “We may have won the battle, but you won the war.” Grohl and Lott then joined drummer Taylor Hawkins in singing the Queen/David Bowie classic, “Under Pressure.”  Lott is still a working, professional musician and the son of former Republican Senate majority leader Trent Lott.  Foo Fighters will wrap up their North American tour this weekend with shows in Anaheim, CA on Saturday (Oct 17th) and the “Love Ride” benefit in Castaic Lake, CA on Sunday (Oct 18th).

Pulse also reporting Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oliver Sykes explained on Instagram on Friday (Oct 9th) the Greek animal rescue facility where he got his dog Luna, is “under attack” and facing a potential closure for seemingly unfair reasons stated by the area’s government. This closure will result in several animals being forced onto the streets, many of which have already been adopted and are just waiting to be flown off the island to their new homes. The rescue facility is on the island of Santorini, where Bring Me The Horizon recorded its new album, That’s The Spirit, earlier this year.

Sykes wrote in part that SAWA (Santorini Animal Welfare Association) was “summoned to court accused of being an illegal activity. And now the Mayor of Santorini has decided to close down the shelter all together because they don’t give a single f**k about the lives of animals and feel that SAWA is a ‘sore sight’ for Santorini. Even though it’s on a very remote location and really difficult to get to.”  The singer continued, “There are 38 dogs on site who have been adopted already and are awaiting to fly to their new homes in Europe, and these dogs are now being forced onto the streets again.”  Sykes urged fans to email or call the local government in protest, as well as alert “bigger animal organizations” and “celebrities who also fight for animal rights.”  Bring Me The Horizon is on a North American headlining tour that stops in St. Louis on Monday (Oct 12th).

Godsmack singer Sully Erna told Gibson.com in a new interview the plan for the group’s next album is to take its music even further away from the signature sound of older hits like “Whatever,” “I Stand Alone” and “Straight Out of Line.” Erna explained, “We feel that on this new record we’re going to write next year, we may just completely take a drastic turn in what kind of style we want to pull out.”  He continued, “I think we want to get away from being lumped into the metal crowd. I think we’re coming a lot more back to our roots now, so on the new record, I think we’re going to try to mix things up and get to a place where we’re not going to hurt the integrity of the band but maybe go in a more rock ‘n’ roll direction.”   I know from an interview he did with Lou Brutus back in August he is feeling like there are factions in the radio industry who try to prevent certain bands from thriving by removing their songs from playlists before they get a chance to be in the Top 10 or even Number 1 on the airplay charts.  He is wondering what the state of the rock album will be in the future as well, as we all do.

Erna told us a while back that he’s always been proud that Godsmack doesn’t fit neatly into one musical genre: You know, it is nice to know that we’re creating stuff that’s just kind of living on and that does really well in the active rock stations and the hard rock world and that kind of stuff. So we’re in that middle ground. We’re not quite as poppy as like Aerosmith, but yet we’re not as dark and metal as, you know, the Slipknots or the Metallicas or whatever. So we’re kind of like that in-between band.

On a timetable for its seventh studio album, Erna told Gibson, “The band is writing, and I think we’ll probably start really getting together to arrange everything and start recording by early next year — maybe spring.”  Erna, who also plans to do some solo touring next year, said that the band hopes to have the new album “recorded and ready by the end of the year. If not, definitely by the very top of 2017.

Pulse also says  Green Day has announced that its upcoming documentary, Heart Like A Hand Grenade, will be released through a special collaboration with Abramorama, Reprise Records and Vimeo that will open the movie theatrically in the U.S. on over 135 screens on Thursday (Oct 15th). The movie made its world premiere last Thursday (Oct 8th) at the 38th Mill Valley Film Festival.  Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong said, “We can’t believe this was shot over a decade ago. Little did we know that this was only the beginning of the adventure this record would go on to be. We are stoked for our fans to see this footage for the first time and watch us try and figure it all out.”   There will also be an exclusive Vimeo On Demand release on Friday, Oct 16th, while on Nov 13th, Reprise Records will make Heart Like a Hand Grenade available for purchase digitally and on DVD.

Heart Like A Hand Grenade was shot in 2004 and chronicled the making of Green Day’s massively successful 2004 rock opera,American Idiot.  The film marked the first time that the punk trio had ever allowed cameras into the studio but has only shown once before to a small gathering of fans in 2009.  American Idiot was a massive success for the trio and Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt told us at the time the group deliberately set a higher standard for the project: We started off this record by coming together and saying, ‘You know what? We really wanna grow older with some sort of grace and do it well, and just, without being, you know, snotty s**theads for the rest of our lives, you know, or necessarily saying the same bad jokes for the rest of our lives.

Heart Like A Hand Grenade was shot over a period of nine months by filmmaker John Roecker, who recently wrote about the film, “It shows a band on top of their game creating incredible music . . . It was also a risk for the band because this album was either going to take them to a higher level or sink them. Either way I was going to document it.”

Stereogum reporting Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is reportedly considering relocating to Crimea to “produce film and TV content there.” Crimea is the region that was recently violently annexed from Ukraine, and which Russia now hopes to turn into a celebrity enclave. Durst reportedly “uses every chance he can get to visit Moscow” and has expressed interest in getting a Russian passport. The singer’s wife, Kseniya Beryazina, is a native Crimean, and according to Billboard, she’s currently teaching Durst how to speak Russian.


Friday, Oct 09

RIP John Lennon.  You would’ve been 75 today.  Hard to believe he’s been gone so long.   :(

The Pulse Of Radio reports Deep PurpleNine Inch NailsYes and Cheap Trick are among the 15 artists newly nominated for possible induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. The top vote-getters will will be announced in December and inducted next April at a ceremony in New York. The other nominees are The CarsSteve MillerChicagoLos LobosJanet JacksonN.W.A.The SmithsChaka KhanChicThe JBs and the Spinners.

For the fourth consecutive year, the public will be able to vote alongside the more than 800 artists, historians and music industry insiders of the Rock Hall voting body. From now until Dec 9th, fans can vote on RollingStone.com for the nominees they’d like to see inducted. The top five acts will comprise a “fan’s ballot” that will count as one of the ballots that determine the class of 2016.  The ceremony will be held in NYC this spring.

This is the first year that Chicago, Cheap Trick, the Cars, Los Lobos and Steve Miller have been nominated.  Last year’s Hall Of Fame class included Green Day, Lou Reed, Paul Butterfield Blues BandJoan Jett & The BlackheartsStevie Ray Vaughan and Ringo Starr.  Bands that were eligible for nomination for the first time but were passed over included Alice In Chains, the Black CrowesJane’s Addiction and Soundgarden.

Pulse also reporting today Brett Morgen, director of the acclaimed documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck, has defended his decision to release a companion album that solely consists of previously unreleased material recorded by Kurt Cobain alone and not Nirvana. Morgen explained to Rolling Stone, “Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings furthers not just our understanding of his process but represents yet another angle, another side of Kurt — an artistic outlet that he was not necessarily able to work with in the context of a three-piece band.

Morgen added, “It’s not scraps and discarded, insignificant material. It really is furthering our understanding of one of the most significant artists of our time.” The director decided against using unfinished Nirvana material recorded with Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, although solo versions of Nirvana tracks such as “Been A Son” and “Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle” are included. Morgen’s comments echo what he told us when asked about the focus of his movie: It’s not a film about Courtney and it’s not a film about Dave Grohl and it’s not a film about Nirvana or Seattle or grunge. It’s a film about Kurt, and it’s important to keep that front and center in the conversation.”   Morgen has released the track list and artwork for the album, which arrives on Nov 13th.

Sharing this story from Blabbermouth this morning. On October 3,  Slipknot  frontman Corey Taylor was interviewed by Argentina’s Vorterix radio station prior to the band’s concert in Buenos Aires. You can now watch the chat below. A couple of excerpts follow:

On whether he thinks Slipknot has a chance to follow in the footsteps of bands like Deep Purple and Black Sabbath and become a truly “historic” act:

Corey: “Maybe. You know, as long as the fans are with us… It’s out of our hands. The fans are the ones that put us where we are. And that’s kind of the beautiful thing about it. We just do what we do, and the fans kind of lift us up and they put us in that area. We just headlined Rock In Rio [in Brazil] for the first time, and it was fantastic. It was so beautiful, it was so emotional, and it was just everything that we wanted it to be. And it was probably one of the best shows we’ve ever played. And everybody was talking about it for days afterwards. So, for us, it’s obviously something that we aspire to be. I mean, we pay respect to the bands that came before us, and we try to show respect to the bands that are coming up after us. So if we can be that band that kind of sets that tone as well again, then why not? Why not us?”

On how playing with new members, bassist Alessandro “Vman” Venturella and drummer Jay Weinberg, is different to the way it was when Paul Gray and Joey Jordison were still in the band:

Corey: “I try not to think about it, to be honest, ’cause then it’s trying to compare something that is very different. For me, it was just about finding our groove instead of trying to copy the vibe that we had before. It was about adapting to a new backbeat, a new backbone, a new rhythm section, and just kind of letting that happen and us kind of falling in with it. It was a compromise. When you’re in a band, there’s a lot of compromise, and you have to find that pocket and that beautiful spot where everyone is really kind of doing their own thing and feeling really good about it. So I just kind of look at it as the new phase, basically, and [I'm] just trying to enjoy it for what it is. I try not to compare it too much.”

Slipknot’s latest album, .5: The Gray Chapter, sold 132,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week of release to land at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart.

Happy 63rd today to Sharon Osbourne. I will always be your elder!  LOL   Happy 42 to Terry Balsamo, formerly of Evanescence, Happy 4-0 to Sean Ono Lennon and Happy 57 to Ministry’s Al Jourgensen (can’t believe you made it!)  Saturday:  Happy 61 to David Lee Roth and Happy 46th to Brett Favre.

Thursday, Oct 08

I love when it gets close to Halloween!    Not my attention must turn to a costume.  Last time I wore one, I was a Hard Salami.   What’s next? Hmmm.  Halloween store, here I come!

If you haven’t seen what Lzzy Hale of Halestorm was up to earlier this week, hit the hardDriveRadio Facebook page and come back.   Lzzy and the other “nun” in the photo is Lzzy’s friend and crew member, Detroit, who handles all of the Halestorm merch, dressed up for an onstage appearance during Ghost‘s performance on Tuesday night (Oct 6th) at The Pageant in St. Louis. The Swedish occult rock band recently announced on their Facebook page they were looking for female fans to dress as nuns and serve drinks during their shows. They were specifically looking for local talent to serve these roles.

Halestorm posted pictures from the evening on their Facebook page, writing, “Sometimes you have a day off in St. Louis on the same day that Ghost is playing in town. And sometimes Ghost not only invites your band out to see their show, but also has your singer/guitarist and production assistant be the Sisters Of Sin for the evening.
THANK YOU, Ghost! That was AWESOME!

Maybe I will get one of these for Halloween!   Slipknot is selling face masks patterned after the ones worn by the band members themselves. The masks are available through the group’s official webstore. They range in price from $32 for seven members’ face masks to $45 for Clown‘s full mask with hair and $60 for DJ Sid Wilson‘s mask with removable face plate.

Singer Corey Taylor told us not long ago what inspired his current mask: I based the face off of the really great character actor, Richard Lynch. Basically I stole his face, so Richard, I’m sorry, I probably owe you a few bucks. But I thought it was cool. He’s one of my favorite — ’cause he was in a lot of great horror movies and like sci-fi/fantasy movies and whatnot, and he just had a great, gnarly look.

Five Finger Death Punch bassist Chris Kael spilled the beans the band is filming a  music video (which I assume must  be for “Wash It All Away”)  tonight and tomorrow in Uncasville, CT while they perform at Mohegan Sun.  Thanks for the post, dude!  

Well, finally!  Former Sick Puppies singer/guitarist Shim Moore has resurfaced in a new band called Screaming At Demons. The lineup also includes guitarist Russell Ali and bassist Chris Clemence. The band is launching its career with a campaign for the Homeless Rock Stars charity founded by rock photographer Nigel Skeet. Skeet provides homeless people with a makeover, a rock and roll photo shoot and interview and assists in helping them out of homelessness.

Screaming At Demons has recorded a song called “Rockstar” for the campaign, and has shot a video for the track as well.   Moore told Loudwire about the new band, “The first song is a really good beginning to the band, but it’s not the full sound of the band . . . We’re still playing around with it a little bit, but it’s definitely gonna be a big, big sound.” Moore said that the band intends to release singles for now, leading up to an EP. The group does not yet have a deal with a record label. For more about the  Homeless Rock Stars organization, click here.

And lastly, hardDrive Live Tour‘s Trivium sat down to do a track by track explanation of the new tunes on Silence In The Snow.  Here’s part 1, part 2 and part 3. See Trivium on our tour through Oct 20th. Tremonti and Wilson continue through the 24th.  www.harddrivelivetour.com   And don’t forget, the hardDrive Live FALLOUT tour starts next Wednesday with All That Remains, We Came As Romans, Like Moths To Flames, and Red Sun Rising, with Devour The Day and Failure Anthem joining later in the run.  www.harddrivelivefallout.com.  Get your tickets NOW!



Wednesday, Oct 07

Damn Yankees!  Ran out of bats! Oh well, training season in 5 months.  Let’s Go Mets!
Happy to read that our friends Like A Storm have announced their very first headlining tour with From Ashes To New,  Stitched Up Heart and our Fallout Tour’s Failure Anthem! See Road Rage for all the info!

Speaking of the hardDrive tours, the hardDrive Live Tour with Trivium, Tremonti and Wilson is down in Texas.  Hit the tour site and get your heinnies out to see run.  I promise you will not be sorry!

The Pulse Of Radio reporting Ten Commandos is a new project featuring Soundgarden and Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron, Soundgarden bassist Ben ShepherdQueens Of The Stone Age/Them Crooked Vultures guitarist Alain Johannes and Screaming Trees singer Mark Lanegan. The outfit will release a debut single called “Staring Down The Dust” on Friday (Oct 9th), with a full album arriving in Nov. The project has been in the works since at least early 2014, when Ten Commandos members shared several photos of themselves working together on new music.

Ever wonder how rock stars live?  Check out this property in Southern California owned by Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine.  It’s for sale!  Got 5.375 million to spare?  It could be yours!

Meanwhile, Blabbermouth reports Megadeth’s Oct  06 concert at the MasterCard Center in Beijing, China ended abruptly after only an hour, possibly due to the band being censored by officials.  An unusual number of instrumentals and extended guitar solos filled out the band’s  abbreviated performance, with ”Skin Of My Teeth” being played instrumentally and several other of the band’s best-known songs — including ”Holy Wars” and ”Angry Again” — omitted entirely.  Dave Mustaine’s comments at the end of the show suggest that an official intervention resulted in a shorter-than-expected concert. “Thank you for leaving so that we can come back and play again,” he said from the stage as the band waved to the crowd after performing ”Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying?”

According to The Wall Street Journal, “authorities [in China] require entertainment companies to jump through hoops, submitting minute details of their show, including set lists. The process reflects the control held by China’s censors, who try to prevent incidents like one in 2008, in which Icelandic singer Bjork sang at a Shanghai concert about the ever-politically sensitive issue of Tibetan freedom.”

And now for a little Metallica music!  This is filmed footage from the band’s Sep 16th performance in Quebec City, QC.   Sit back, relax and enjoy!   (Thanks Blabbermouth.)

Audiotopsy posted the new video for their current single, “The Calling.”  Check it out here. They’re the new band with Greg Tribbett and Matt McDonough of Mudvayne. They’ve released their new album, Natural Causes.  Check them out!

Have a great day!


First Headlining Tour!  With FROM ASHES TO NEW, STITCHED UP HEART & FAILURE ANTHEM!  (Congrats Mates!)
12:  Charleston, SC @ Music Farm
14:  Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend
15:  Virginia Beach, VA @ Shaka’s
16:   Winchester, VA @ Blue Fox Billiards
17:  Swansboro, NC @ Carteret Country Speedway
06:  Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
07:   Fort Wayne, IN @ Piere’s Entertainment Center
08:   Arlington Heights, IL @ Home Bar
09:   Spring Lake Park, MN @ POVS
11:  Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
12:  Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep
14:  Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory Concert House
15:  Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory Concert House
16:  Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven

Tuesday, Oct 06

Good morning!  Even though I couldn’t get to see Korn last night, my friends FaceTimed me and I got to see some of the show!  How cool was that?!

Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oliver Sykes, who recently revealed he went into rehab a couple of years ago to overcome an addiction to ketamine, is urging others with drug problems to get help. Speaking with Billboard, Sykes said, “For me, it had to get to its absolute worst for me to make a change. Hopefully for others, they won’t have to. This may sound like the lamest advice in the world, but talk to someone, figure out why you’re addicted. I don’t believe that people are born or destined to be addicts.”  Sykes added, “There’s always an underlying problem, whether it be self-medicating, using it as a coping mechanism, or using it to not feel all together. First figure out what that is, then work out a healthy way to combat the problem.”

The singer said he was “so reluctant” at first to talk to someone about his problem, saying, “I didn’t think it would help. But even if there’s no answer to your troubles, they will seem so much smaller once they leave your head.”  But Sykes’ latest comments seem to contradict an interview he did earlier with Metal Hammer, in which he said, “I don’t regret taking drugs — and I don’t know if I should say it, but everyone should do drugs at some point in their life.”  (Huh?)

Bring Me The Horizon’s fifth studio album, That’s The Spirit, debuted at Number Two last month on the Billboard 200 album chart, selling 62,000 copies in its first week of release. The chart and sales numbers were career highs for the British act.  Bring Me The Horizon just launched a North American headlining tour that stops in Sayreville, NJ tonight (Oct 6th). (Thanks to The Pulse Of Radio.)

As the hardDrive Live Tour is headed to Dallas, TX tonight and news comes that Alter Bridge will enter the studio in January to begin recording the follow-up to 2013′s Fortress, according to Blabbermouth.   Guitarist Mark Tremonti told Team Rock, ”We’re gonna go in the studio in January, February and March to finish the fifth Alter Bridge album. It takes three or four months to set up an album, so after we’ve recorded the Alter Bridge record, me and Myles (Kennedy, Alter Bridge singer) will go off and tour for four months doing Tremonti and Slash, then come back for a fall Alter Bridge fiesta.”   Tremonti told us separating material between his self-named solo act and Alter Bridge is getting harder to do: The heavier Alter Bridge gets, that’s the difficulty between keeping Tremonti and Alter Bridge sounding different, is Alter Bridge is getting heavier and heavier and more progressive, and Tremonti just started out heavy. You know, I think what helps me keep the stuff sounding different is the rhythm sections are very different and the vocals are opposite.”

Asked what fans could expect from the next Alter Bridge disc, Tremonti answered, “It could go in any direction. I’ve got a ton of ideas in all different styles. Last time, it was just one heavy idea after another and hopefully this time we can branch out and bring something new to the table.” After finishing the Alter Bridge sessions, Mark Tremonti will release the third album from his self-named band probably in March. Titled Dust, the set was recorded at the same time as this year’s Tremonti album, Cauterize.

Dave must’ve had a couple of belts before the show.  LOL The people who sit eating and drinking in exclusive, expensive arena boxes did not escape the ire of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl at a show in Wichita a few days ago. Grohl addressed them, saying, “I know, they own car dealerships and s**t up there, I know who they are. I know who you are, you’ve got a f**king carpet cleaning company, I get it. You got tickets from the hockey team or some s**t, it’s all good. Just so you know, I’m going to rock your f**king balls just as hard as these motherf**kers. You can sit there eating your chicken fingers, but your ass is mine motherf**ker. That’s just how I roll. Hope ya’ll got some f**king ranch with that shit! I get it. Don’t get me started.”  Watch his rant here!

Blabbermouth posted this. Slipknot‘s NSFW music video for “XIX,” the opening track from the band’s 2014 album, .5: The Gray Chapter, can now be seen online. Slipknot percussionist Shawn Crahan constructed the song as a three-minute eulogy for the band’s founding bassist Paul Gray, who died in May 2010 of an accidental overdose of morphine and the painkiller fentanyl.   Watch, if you dare, here.

Eagle Rock sent around some clips from the new Rage Against The Machine DVD/CD Live at Finsbury Park, their 2010 free concert in England.  Watch “Testify,” “Bulls On Parade”  and “Killing In The Name.” We will be giving away copies of this starting Monday, so now is a good time to be a hardDriveRadio Radical, if  you are not yet registered.  Find the link on the home page to get started and enter our current contests now  hardDrive Live Tour 3 Way Guitar Grab and hardDrive Live Fallout Flyaway.   Those tour contests end on Sunday night!

weekEnd Oct 02-03, 2015


Hour 1

hardDrive Double Dose:  POP EVIL
“Footsteps” & “Trenches”
Plugged In:  FAILURE ANTHEM “Paralyzed”
WILSON “Right To Rise”
Listener 3 SONG SEG
TRIVIUM “Until The World Goes Cold”

Hour 2

SHINEDOWN “Cut The Cord”
ISLANDER “Cold Speak”
Guest: SEVENDUST “Thank You”
TREMONTI “Radical Change”
AUDIOTOPSY “The Calling”
WE CAME AS ROMANS “The World I Used To Know”
RED SUN RISING “The Otherside”
Guest:  SLIPKNOT “Killpop”
What’s In Lou’s MP3 Player?  I PREVAIL “Crossroads”

Week of Oct 05-09, 2015

CHRIS CORNELL “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart”
FOO FIGHTERS   “Outside”
RED SUN RISING “The Otherside”
SAINT ASONIA  “Better Place”
SLIPKNOT “Killpop”

P.O.D.  “This Goes Out To You”
SEVENDUST  “Thank You”

BEARTOOTH  “In Between”
BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE “You Want A Battle (Here’s A War)”
GHOST  “Cirice”
LIKE A STORM  “Become The Enemy”
SEPARATIONS  “Dream Eater”

TREMONTI “Radical Change”
TRIVIUM   “Until The World Goes Cold”

WE CAME AS ROMANS “The World We Used To Me”
WILSON  “Right To Rise”