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KYUSS FRONTMAN JOHN GARCIA IN THE HANGAR

10610674_467273366748849_5211889566923275352_nMeeting Nick Oliveri, Josh Homme and Brant Bjork in high school was the basis for Kyuss lead singer John Garcia. As he puts it the music heads find each other. From 1987 to their break up in 1995 this desert rock band gained a ton of fans by doing it on their own and popularizing a certain type of sound that was all their own. Now with the release of his first ever solo album John Garcia is back behind a mic where he belongs.

Of course we’ll go In the Vault this week and this time we are going to go back to the Hard N’ Heavy TV show for what amounts to a bunch of random thoughts from the band Faith No More.

xmarilyn-manson-sons-of-anarchy-s7e1.jpg.pagespeed.ic.6en3vIs2ciOur Power Set this week will come from Marilyn Manson in honor of his reoccurring roll on the FX TV show Sons of Anarchy. The show just started it’s final season and Mr. Manson is playing a white supremacist. Let’s not forget though the guy was a gigantic rock star who wrote evil and menacing Industrial Metal songs.

thehauntedexitwoundscdThis seems to be the year for new albums from Gothenburg, Sweden bands as now The Haunted have just hit with Exit Woulds their first since their former singer Marco Aro rejoined the band.

Our soundtrack recommendation this weekend goes back to The Crow. When you have a soundtrack this good it’s hard to play it more than once.

All this plus another 3 hours of classic heavy metal inside Hangar 19.

THE LONGEST RUNNING SEPULTURA SINGER

31Hard to believe but the guy who has been singing for Sepultura the longest does not have the last name Cavelera. It’s Cleveland born Derek Green who joined the legendary Brazilian metal band in 1998 after Max Cavelera left the band. We focus a bit of Hangar 19 on this era of Sepultura this week as Derek Green steps up and gives us his heavy metal history.

(Sepultura promo pic from sepultura.com)

Then we go In The Vault with the original Skid Row somewhere around 1989 as Sebastian Bach recounts being mistakenly named as an influence or songwriter on other people’s records, because well you know he’s not that other Bach.

Iron_Maiden_-_PowerslaveThis week’s Power Set celebrates the 30th anniversary of Iron Maiden’s Powerslave. Released September 3, 1984 it’s one of the big 80′s Iron Maiden albums featuring classics like the title track plus “2 Minutes to Midnight” and “Ace’s High”

(Powerslave artwork from EMI records)

In_Flames_-_Siren_Charms_(album_cover)Then for our Then & Now we go to Gothenburg, Sweden for the latest from In Flames. In Flames are one of the originators of the melodic death metal sound that originated from Sweden in the mid-nineties.  Their 11th studio album entitled Siren Charms just hit stores and although it’s a little more melodic than what people may be used to the song writing has been upped a notch. We’ll crank a new tune and old this week.

(Siren Charms artwork from Sony Music)

And since we are globe setting this week inside Hangar 19 we will go to Denmark for this week’s heavy metal soundtrack recommendation. The movie itself take’s place in New Jersey but the soundtrack features two songs that we’ll play from King Diamond. The movie by the way is Clerks 2.

All this plus another 3 hours of classic heavy metal inside Hangar 19.

NEW WAVE OF AMERICAN HEAVY METAL INSIDE THE HANGAR

NickhipaThis explosive era of heavy metal took the metal and even hard rock world by storm at the turn of the century. Launching the careers of mainstay bands like Killswitch Engage, All That Remains, Lamb of God, and Avenged Sevenfold among many others. On the heavier side of things San Diego’s As I Lay Dying gained an extreme amount of fans and a ton of respect. Earlier this year their lead singer Tim Lambesis was arrested and sentenced to prison for attempting to have his wife murdered causing the rest of the band to hire a new singer and change their name to Wovenwar. Nick Hipa who plays guitar in Wovenwar and did play guitar in As I Lay Dying joins us to tell us the story of what the hell happened to As I Lay Dying.

During this era we saw the rise of not one but two Pantera side projects. Damageplan featuring Vinnie Paul and Dimebag Darrell, and Superjoint Ritual featuring Phil Anselmo. With the recent announcement that Superjoint Ritual will be active again for the first time in a decade we go In the Vault with the entire band when the appeared on Fuse TV’s Uranium.

nib2This week’s Power Set will come from the second Nativity in Black II: Another tribute to Black Sabbath. Featuring a bunch of bands from the era like System of a Down and Static-X but also some mainstays in the metal world like Megadeth and Slayer.

(NIB 2 artwork from Columbia Records)

negativeoneSlipknot have announced the details on their 5th album. .5 The Grey Chapter will be out October 21st. This week our Then & Now will feature the heavier of the two tracks that currently available.

(Slipknot artwork from Roadrunner Records)

In the early part of the 21st century there were many great soundtracks as so many B-level movies came out featuring heavy music on it’s soundtrack. One of them was the movie that paired two of horrors greatest villains in a film where they battle to the death, 2003′s Freddy Vs. Jason.

3 hours of New Wave of American Heavy Metal on this labor day weekend inside Hangar 19.

SUPERSTAR DRUMMER BRIAN TICHY JOINS US IN THE HANGAR

tichyHere’s a few people that drummer Brian Tichy has played with since his time at Berkley School of Music in the early 90′s. Slash, Zakk Wylde, Gilby Clarke, Sass Jordan, Derek Sharinian, Billy Idol, Whitesnake, Ace Frehley and now is in a band called the Dead Dasies with Dizzy Reed, Marco Mendoza, Richard Fortus and more. He’s got stories and great music under his belt as Brian Tichy gets in the Hangar this week.

(Picture of Brian Tichy from TheDeaddaisies.com)

Then we are going In The Vault with Anthrax, but not just any old Anthrax clip it’s the band in 1991/1992 on the Fox sitcom Married With Children.

Deliverance_(COC_album)With the news recently that Pepper Kennan is going to reunite with his Corrosion of Conformity band mates for a series of shows in Europe that would put the Deliverance era line-up of the band back together since that era, it’s time for a COC Power Set from their most successful album.

(Deliverance artwork from Sony Records)

AcceptBlindRageThis week’s Then & Now comes from the German metal attack that is Accept. A band that found success starting in the early 80′s when they had their biggest American hit “Balls to the Wall” Their third album with current singer Mark Tornillo Blind Rage is in stores now.

(Blind Rage artwork from Nuclear Blast Records)

Then our soundtrack recommendation this week comes from the modern video game Watch Dogs, which features a couple stellar metal tracks as part of it’s long list of music used in the game.

All this and another three hours of classic metal this weekend inside Hangar 19

100 % PURE METAL

We’ve had some great guests inside the Hangar recently and as much as we love hanging out with and talking to these legendary metal figures this week we are turning the spotlight back to where it belongs, the music. It’s 3 hours of old school metal featuring some of the best that metal has to offer.

We will also go In the Vault with Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails. Trent has had his moments over the years where he can get a little angry. Of course listening to his music is a pretty dead giveaway of that. Gigwise has put together a compilation video of Trent Reznor’s angriest moments.

Queensryche_-_Operation_Mindcrime_coverThis week’s Power Set will feature 4 songs from Queensryhe’s set of Operation Mindcrime albums. Since former singer Geoff Tate is now going by the band name Operation Mindcrime and he is the only one who can perform those two albums in the entirety live it’s time to take another lesson to one of the greatest concept records in history.

(Operation Mindcrime cover from EMI Records)

MadballHardcoreLivesNew York has been home over the years to some of the greatest metal in history and more specifically to the cross over genre Hard Core. Hard core is a mix between the heaviness of metal and the attitude of punk. No one can deny the significance of the band Agnostic Front but it was the spin off band Madball that took it to the mainstream. Madball has just put out a new record entitled Hard Core Lives and we will feature it during this week’s Then & Now.

(Hardcore Lives artwork from Nuclear Blast Records)

Finally this week’s Soundtrack recommendation is from the original Fast and The Furious, but not the first edition of the soundtrack which featured mostly rap music. It’s from the album titled More Fast and the Furious which featured some killer hard rock and heavy metal.