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This week on Third Eye Cinema, a double bill of European metal bands you should be buzzing about!First up, we speak to a man whose band sports a truly international focus! With Germans, Italians, Serbians and Americans all passing through the ranks, these UK-based, traditionally inflected metallers call to mind everything from vintage TNT and Yngwie Malmsteen to Journey!With a short but surprisingly busy career spanning a mere 7 years, they've managed to put out 4 albums, 2 EPs and a single, while maintaining a high level of quality and polish throughout!After a brief period of internal changeover marked most pronouncedly by the loss of their original vocalist, the band is back and sounding better than ever with an even more dynamic frontman and stronger production savvy, big backup vocal-assisted choruses, and a surprisingly uplifting, positively charged lyrical focus!It's no hyperbolic exaggeration to say this may very well be their defining moment on record...Join us as we speak to the irrepressible Paul Logue of Eden's Curse, only here on Third Eye Cinema!Next up, a man whose band has been stumping away for two decades straight, gradually evolving from a straightforward black metal act to death metal to an unclassifiably melodic based sound that incorporates elements of power metal, industrial, gothic metal and more!With often dark and personal lyrics offset by a smooth, clean vocal approach over a driving modern metal backing, this is about as close to emo as metal gets.Join us as we speak to vocalist/guitarist Eike Freese of Dark Age, only here on Third Eye Cinema!
Coming soon to Third Eye Cinema, something a bit outside our usual purview!First up, we speak to a man whose former act was a fairly major concern in mainstream terms. With tracks appearing on the soundtracks to two major studio horror films and providing the theme for a major professional wrestling event, Mushroomhead made the charts and carry with them a considerable fanbase. Now leading the charge with his own project which taps into a very 90’s metal aggro meets southern groove vibe while pulling in some unusual-for-the-style musicianship skills, please join us as we talk the road from Mushroomhead to his own band Kriadiaz with guitarist Dave “Gravy” Felton!Next, we speak with legendary metal drummer Sandy Sledge!As the driving force behind a number of all-female bands throughout the 80's and early 90's, including Rude Girl, Malibu Barbi and Warbride (with the amazing Yngwie style guitarist Lori Linstruth), MI PIT graduate Sandy has worked numerous times with the great Leather Leone of Chastain fame, before taking a right turn into the world of musicals(!). Now, after 20 years apart, Sandy and Leather have reunited to deliver a haunting yet hard hitting slab of traditional style metal, filtered through a postmodern crunch.Join us for an entertaining and informative discussion with Sandy Sledge, only here on Third Eye Cinema!http://www.facebook.com/ThirdEyeCinemahttp://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/
One of the most important facets of making a hit recording comes down to how it is mastered. The myths and realities of mastering has long been a topic of the music industry. Using a recording studio to master your final product has never been a wise decision. Here are several reasons why you need to listen to this broadcast if you intend to make your next project as good as it can be. He has mastered the works of well-known music producers such as: Toby Wright, Justin Gray, Roy Z, Sylvia Mass
ALCATRAZZ All songs by Yngwie Malmsteen and Graham Bonnet except where it's noted. "Island in the Sun" - 3:55 (Malmsteen/Jimmy Waldo/Bonnet) "General Hospital" - 4:49 (Malmsteen/Waldo/Bonnet) "Jet to Jet" - 4:27 "Hiroshima Mon Amour" - 4:00 "Kree Nakoorie" - 6:10 (Malmsteen/Waldo/Bonnet) "Incubus" - 1:24 (Malmsteen) "Too Young to Die, Too Drunk to Live" - 4:20 "Big Foot" - 4:06 "Starcarr
On Sunday November 27th at 11pm est,10pm cst and 8pm cst,the staff of the Up Close And Personal Radio Show is proud to have scheduled guitarist Mr.Dave Martone.Martone has worked at Berklee College doing clinics and master classes. He has also done clinics or played with the likes of Jennifer Batten,Yngwie Malmsteen plus many more.
On Saturday October 8th at Midnight EST, 11 PM CST, 9 PM PST, the host of the Up Close and Personal Radio Show has arranged an interview with Mr Tim "Ripper" Owens. While Tim is on tour at this time he has agreed to the interview on the Up Close and Personal Radio Shows. Those that have followed his career should tune into this interview to hear what Tim has been up to in his career.
Interview with legendary vocalist Graham Bonnet, famous for replacing Ronnie James Dio in Rainbow & launching the band in a new chart-topping direction, followed by singing in Alcatrazz featuring guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen & Steve Vai, plus the Michael Shenker Group, Impellitteri, Blackthorne, Anthem, Forcefield and a solo career.
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Joining us this week is American Rock Singer Mark Boals, noted for his work with Yngwie Malmstein and his incredible voice. Mark will be giving us his take on how to make a successful career in music.
Special guest: Rich Willey welcomes Metal Rockers from London, England Savage Messiah. Rich will be spinning some tracks off the new EP "Spitting Venom" Savage Messiah is currenlty in the studio working with Grammy Nominated producer Chris Tsangarides. Famous for his production on such seminal albums as "Painkiller" by Judas Priest, "Tattooed Millionares" by Bruce Dickinson as well as notching up production credits for bands such as Thin Lizzy, Black Sabbath, Yngwie Malmsteen and more recently