Doc welcomes, Dale “Rage” Resteghini, to the show, music video director and the writer and director of the forthcoming, controversial television show, CRACKA. They talk about Dale’s early brushes with the law which led him to spend time in prison, how he cleaned up his life by getting into acting, writing and directing his first film, Colorz of Rage, how he fell into directing metal and hardcore videos by meeting Jamey Jasta on the Tattoo The Earth Tour, his transition into becoming one of the biggest music video directors in hip hop, what inspired him to create CRACKA, his connection to black culture, and the two debate the backlash from the CRACKA trailer and the current state of race relations in America.
This episode features the songs “Witch City” by Carnivora and “Colossus” by Avatar.
Doc welcomes Chimaira vocalist, Mark Hunter, back to the show for the 2nd time to discuss how they’ve been handling the quarantine and social distancing, and also talk about their favorite action films of all time.
This episode features the song “Momento Malum” by Aurora’s Eyes.
Doc welcomes Carnifex vocalist, Scott Ian Lewis, to discuss the new film, Lords of Chaos, based on the book of the same name, about the history, music, and controversial crimes committed by the Norwegian Black Metal band, Mayhem. They also talk about Scott’s recently crowdfunded graphic novel, Death Dreamer, his interest in film and screenwriting, as well as an update on the latest happenings with Carnifex.
This episode features the song “This War” by Alyxx and “Bury Me In Blasphemy” by Carnifex.