Ex-Man Podcast Ep. 130 – Tom Maxwell (HELLYEAH, ex-Nothingface, Knives Out)

Doc welcomes HELLYEAH guitarist, Tom Maxwell, to the show and they talk about all the political and social unrest in the world at the moment, how his old band, Nothingface, came up in Baltimore and Northeast scene, why he thinks they didn’t get past certain hurdles of success, losing their singer, Matt Holt, to drug addiction, how HELLYEAH came together, learning how to adjust to not being the only guitar player in a band, evolving creative with the band over the years, and how Vinnie Paul’s death has affected his will to keep going on with the band.

This episode features the song “Low” by Royalty Kult and “Can’t Wait For Violence” by Nothingface.

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Ex-Man Podcast Ep. 129 – Rich Ward (Fozzy, Stuck Mojo)

Doc welcomes Fozzy and Stuck Mojo guitarist, Rich “The Duke” Ward, to the show and they talk about guitar gear and the secret to Rich’s signature tone, his early diverse musical influences, how he met Bonz and formed Stuck Mojo, grinding it out in the early days of the band, what the experience was like working with Devin Townsend and Daniel Bergstrand, why he thinks the band struggled to get over the hump, how Fozzy came together, when he almost quit music and the turning point that brought him back, what it’s like being in a band with Chris Jericho, and how he has evolved as a writer and musician as Fozzy becomes more successful.

This episode features the song “Unforgiven” by New Saviors and “Raise the Dead Man” by Stuck Mojo.

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Ex-Man Ep. 128 – Ro Kohli (War Machine Marketing, ex-Century Media, ex-Roadrunner Records)

Doc welcomes founder and owner of War Marching Marketing, Ro Kohli, to the show and they talk about how Ro got into the metal scene in Central New Jersey as a teenager, how he went from releasing a local rock zine to eventually landing a job at Roadrunner records as a Tour Coordinator, his transition from that job to becoming the head of the Roadcrew, the Roadrunner street team, what he learned about marketing from touring, how he ended up as head of marketing for Century Media records, securing Alien V. Predator bus wraps and tour support money for God Forbid and Lacuna Coil during Ozzfest 2004, and why he left Century Media and eventually started his own company, War Machine Marketing.

This episode features the song “Judith” by Vagus Nerve featuring Aaron Bruch, Meytal Cohen and Mark Vollelunga.

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Ex-Man Pod Ep. 127-Dale “Rage” Resteghini (Film Director & Writer-CRACKA & Music Video Director)

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.

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Ex-Man Podcast Ep. 126 – Eric German (Entertainment Lawyer – Bad Wolves, Asking Alexandria)

Doc welcomes Bad Wolves lawyer, Eric German, back to the show and they talk about how the economic shutdown surrounding COVID-19 has altered and hurt the music industry, how artists can possibly take advantage of this challenging time, what the state of the rock and metal genre is in terms of business and commerce, and debate how bands should share equity, and if the concept of traditional band structures is even relevant to the modern music industry.

This episode features the songs “Warrior” by Jazmin Conte and “Bullet” by Hyro The Hero.

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Ex-Man Podcast 125 – John Outcalt (ex-God Forbid)

Doc welcomes God Forbid bass player, John Outcalt aka “Beeker” to the show and they talk about being back at John’s house where God Forbid used to rehearse and wrote many of the albums, how he maintained stability and his professional work situation throughout his time with the band. how he joined God Forbid, what it was like getting some success with touring and getting a record deal, his experience being the only white guy in the band, how the band evolved creatively over the years, how he dealt with the financial struggles of being in an underground band, his approach to bass playing in genre that often doesn’t appreciate bass guitar, and how his life has evolved since the band broke up.

This episode features the songs “Ministry of Defense” by Pathos and Logos and “A Reflection of the Past” by God Forbid.

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Ex-Man Podcast Ep. 124 – Peter Dolving (ex-The Haunted, ex-Mary Beats Jane)

Doc welcomes ex-The Haunted vocalist, Peter Dolving, to the show and they talk about the difficulties that led to Peter leaving The Haunted and eventually the music business altogether, why he grew up in Sweden with a more American mentality, how his family’s financial troubles led him to becoming a street musician, his time with his breakout band, Mary Beats Jane, how he ended up joining The Haunted, why he quit The Haunted the first time and then re-joined three years later, The Haunted having a breakthrough album with ReVolver, God Forbid and The Haunted touring together, the spiritual elements of creativity, and how his life has evolved since he left the music industry and became an entrepreneur.

This episode features the songs “If The Antidote Was Real” by The Chase Signal and “Undead” (Demo) by The Haunted.

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Ex-Man Podcast Ep. 123 – Carl Severson (Nora, Good Fight Entertainment, ex-Ferret Records)

Doc welcomes Nora vocalist, owner and head of Good Fight Entertainment, Carl Severson, to the show and they talk about how Carl first discovered the hardcore scene, befriending NJHC band, Endeavor, who became the first release for Ferret Records, his time at Roadrunner Records, how the band Nora started, the trial and error process of developing an up-and-coming label, discovering Killswitch Engage, why he sold Ferret Records, Nora’s artistic impact over the years, and branching out into artist management, sports as well as a new label with Good Fight Entertainment.

This episode features the songs “Lex Talionis” by The Human Extinction and “The Goddamn Champion” by Nora.

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Ex-Man Podcast Ep. 122 – John Campbell (Lamb of God)

Doc welcomes Lamb of God bassist, John Campbell, to the show and they go deep on the recent protest movement and civil unrest in response to the killing of George Floyd, and talk about Lamb of God’s decision to release an album during the pandemic, how they’ve dealt with splitting with longtime drummer, Chris Adler, how new drummer, Art Cruz, has energized the band, his perspective on the evolution of LoG’s sound, how the band’s politics and relationship with its fans intersect, and what makes Lamb of God special.

This episode features the songs “Mary Go Round” by Memory of a Melody and “New Colossal Hate” by Lamb of God.

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Ex-Man Podcast Ep. 121 Jason Suecof (Producer, Charred Walls of the Damned, Capharnaum)

Doc welcomes metal producer, Jason Suecof, to the show and they talk about Jason discovering extreme music and guitar at a very young age, forming technical death metal band Capharnum with his brother, how his guitar skills and creativity influence the bands he works with, producing Bury Your Dead’s Beauty and the Breakdown, his comedy metal project, Crotchduster, why he quit Full Sail recording school, his relationship with Richard Christy and playing with Richard’s band, Charred Walls of the Damned, and how he has continued to thrive his career as a producer as the industry has evolved.

This episode features the songs “The Obsidian Expanse” by Pathos & Logos, “Stars Ingenious Cooter” by Crotchduster, “Icon of Malice” by Capharnaum.

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