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  • 00:01

    Battle for Zendikar: Will Modern be Affected by the Re-Rise of the Eldrazi?

    in Hobbies

    Bob and Dave take a look at Battle for Zendikar and ponder all the questions you have for what the set means for Modern. Will Modern care? Is it fair U/W Control got hooked up while red settles for a hobo's fingerless gloves? Tune in to find out at your favorite Modern podcast no one listens to!

  • 01:05

    The Trews (Juno Award-Nominated Hard Rock Band)

    in Rock Music

    BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes Juno Award-nominated hard rockers from Canada, The Trews.  The boys discuss their latest music ventures, play a little live music, discuss working with Kid Rock, and play the ever-popular BlazinRy game Hot or Hot Mess. Interview recorded live at Cyber PR Headquarters in Park Slope, Brooklyn on Ariel Hyatt's roof.

  • 00:30

    Modern Signed Books kickoff

    in Books

    Timmy Crook, host of Modern Signed Books and blogger at http://Modernsignedbooks.blogspot.com, will be interviewing John Hutchinson of VJ Books and Norwood Press about book grading, and limited edition releases

  • 00:47

    The Kerri Edelman Show presents Hard Rock Band Heartist

    in Rock Music

    Behind everything Heartist do lies one simple goal: to bring real, honest emotion back into heavy music. Writing songs that are equal parts anthemic grandeur, brawny metalcore-infused heaviness, and chorus-driven radio rock nirvana, the quintet wear their influences on their collective sleeve while being far more than the sum of their parts.  Formed in 2011, the members of Heartist – vocalist Bryce Beckley, guitarist Tim Koch which were rounded out by guitarist Robby Devito, bassist Evan Ranallo and drummer Matt Marquez - walked away from college educations and secure employment to focus one hundred percent on music.  They subsequently spent many months honing their sound, determined to create something that stood out on its own merits, and in no rush to leap back into the scene that failed to excite them. At the same time, they displayed a certain savvy in creating an online buzz that intrigued and lured potential fans without even playing a single show, a tactic that paid off - and then some.  “We also got lucky, because our A & R at Roadrunner books bands at our hometown venue, which we didn’t realize, we just asked him to put us on! We really lucked out - we played that one show and got signed.” In 2012 the band dropped their Nothing You Didn’t Deserve EP, subsequently touring with the likes of Architects UK and Enter Shikari, plus a European run supporting label mates Killswitch Engage.  While Nothing You Didn’t Deserve was a solid release in its own right, it only hinted at what the band were capable of, and with debut full-length Feeding Fiction they lay it all on the line.  The band enlisted Producer David Bendeth (Of Mice & Men, Bring Me The Horizon) to record their full-length album with.  Be sure to pick up a copy of their amazing album titled Feeding Fiction featuring the hit singles Skeletons & Ignite!  For more information, visit www.heartistband.com

  • 00:46

    The Kerri Edelman Show presents Rock Band Bad Seed Rising

    in Rock Music

    Many musicians experience a defining moment that inspires them to pick up an instrument. For Bad Seed Rising singer and guitarist Francheska Pastor, it happened after watching a television broadcast of Green Day’s American Idiot tour at 12-years-old. Francheska enrolled in Maryland’s Let There Be Rock School in 2011 where she first met Mason Gainer who traded in his Guitar Hero controller for the real thing after discovering a box in the basement hiding his old man’s Guns N’ Roses and Bad Brains CDs. Rounded out by Louey Peraza on bass and drummer Aiden Marceron, the quartet started to tirelessly rehearse outside of the program, honing their chops at an impressive pace. Soon, they were on stage in front of thousands at the M3 Rock Festival or grinding it out at local gigs. Barely freshmen in high school, their ages belied an intense musicianship and immediate knack for a hook. Roadrunner Records caught wind, and they became “the youngest band in history to sign to the label.” In between touring with the likes of Halestorm, Daughtry and 3 Doors Down, the group released their 2014 debut EP, Charm City. That strong introduction paved the way for 2015’s A Place Called Home EP. Produced by Drew Fulk [Motionless In White], the first single “It’s My Time” kick starts with a raucous riff before Francheska’s soaring and soulful voice takes the spotlight before a bombastic gang vocal. The EP closes out with “Disappear,” which highlights the group’s kinetic chemistry as they lock into a hammering and hypnotic groove. Be sure to pick up a copy of their EP ‘A Place Called Home’ and visit them at badseedrisingband.com

  • 00:21

    Zombie Rock Radio - The Running Of The Zombies

    in Music

    Whether you're running with the zombies or from them, Rebel and Jade have your zombie rock soundtrack!

  • 01:05

    The Kerri Edelman Show presents Rap-Rock/Alt/Metal Band From Ashes To New

    in Rock Music

    Lancaster, Pennsylvania is the sort of town of which there are many hundred all across America: post-industrial, blue collar and, on occasion, more than a little bleak. As is so often the case though, it is in these relative backwards towns that authentic, compelling creativity truly thrives - the monotony of the landscape punctuated by brilliant flares of art. FROM ASHES TO NEW are one such flare; a thoroughly modern rock band wielding both a state-of-the-art sound and an old-as-the-hills work ethic. Formed barely two years ago by vocalist, programmer and creative mastermind Matt Brandyberry, the sextet consists of the cream of Lancaster’s underground scene. With the assistance of producer Grant McFarland, FATN set about molding their rap/rock hybrid into a sky-scrapingly monolithic proposition. And if recent four-track EP Downfall was a glistening opening gambit, then the forthcoming full-length album will radiate with the fire of a thousand suns. A fearsome mix of contemporary metalcore crunch and soul-searching rap, the band are already punching with a heavyweight strength that belies their so far brief career.  It’s a potent approach galvanized further by the background from which the band all come from. Blessed with honesty, integrity, grit, determination and, most vitally, a genuinely devastating arsenal of gut-mangling tunes – FROM ASHES TO NEW have got all the ingredients to turn your world, and the entire scene, on its head. For more information, visit fromashestonew.com and pick up a copy of their EP Downfall featuring the hit single 'Through It All.'

  • 00:16

    Zombie Rock Radio - The Giggling Dead

    in Music

    Death would be slightly less annoying if the dead could still giggle, LOL. With Rebel and Jade.

  • Zombie Rock Radio - Zombie-palooza

    in Music

    Zombies, metal music, Rebel and Jade; what else do you need?

  • Zombie Rock Radio - Dead Men Don't Dance

    in Music

    Rebel and Jade bringing you all the zombie rock that's not fit to print!

  • 01:20

    Danny Seraphine (Founding Member of Legendary Rock Band Chicago)

    in Pop Culture

    Enjoy an encore episode as BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes founding member of the legendary band Chicago, Danny Seraphine. Seraphine discusses the historic origins and the rise to fame of Chicago as well as his fallout with his bandmates and his ultimate departure from the band. Plus, Danny talks about his new band CTA and debuts new music. 

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