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Dave2What can possibly say about Dave Mustaine that hasn’t already been said. By this point you know the story Dave got his start in Metallica but was fired just before the recording of Kill ém All. He then hooked up with bassist Dave Ellefson and formed a band that became almost as big as his previous one did. The legendary Megadeth frontman steps inside the Hangar once again for a conversation about Megadeth and shares some old stories, and some political ones as well on the latest Hangar 19 Podcast edition.

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The legendary Metal God himself, Rob Halford of Judas Priest recently made his return to the Hangar to talk about the new Priest album Redeemer of Souls!

You can listen to the full uncut interview with Rob now!


martyfriedmanMarty Friedman was the guitarist in Megadeth for the album Rust in Peace through Risk. That means that Marty played on some of the best metal records of the 90′s. In 2002 after he had quit Megadeth he moved to Japan and has called the land of the rising sun home ever since. Marty has just released a new solo album called Inferno and he sits down for conversation about all the above on the latest Hangar 19 Podcast edition.


Wendy DioWhat could we possibly say about Wendy Dio or her husband the true God of heavy metal Ronnie James Dio that hasn’t already been said. The fact that Wendy was nice enough to take time out of her busy schedule and sit down for a conversation about the RJD tribute album This is Your Life, and about everything regarding the Stand up and Shout Cancer Fund says it all. She, just like her late husband, is a genuine human being with nothing but good intentions. And people think metal heads are just a bunch of satan worshipers and drug addicts. Also my good friend Tim Hartt helps out on this conversation because although he’s a pretty kick ass radio DJ he’s the biggest Dio fan I know. Enjoy a conversation with the amazing Wendy Dio on the latest Hangar 19 Podcast edition.


2013_DIRTY_DYNAMITE_-_Band_Photo_BW500x_-_Copy_YELLOWKrokus have actually been a band now for 39 years, that’s a long time by anyone’s standards. Marc Storace joined in 1980 just in time to become a world wide rock star. Krokus were at the forefront of early 80′s metal, but after the gigantic success of their 1983 album Headhunter the pressure was on and they maybe tried a little to hard. But here they are 30 years later and still out there kicking ass which is proven on their latest live album Long Stick Goes Boom: live from Da House of Rust. It’s the lead singer of Krokus on the Hangar 19 Podcast.