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25_best_bands_all_time_640The web site Metal Sucks recently put out a list of the top 25 metal bands of all time. What makes this list different from the countless amount of other lists like it, is this one was voted on by actual metal musicians and bands, plus metal journalists and people in the industry. Based on a point system the ultimate list of metal bands was created. This weekend inside the Hangar we go through the list from start to finish.

Here’s the list, click on the band name to read why they are where they are.

25) Lamb of God

24) Napalm Death

23) Ozzy Osbourne

22) Celtic Frost

21) AC/DC

20) At The Gates

19) Testament

18) Opeth

17) Meshuggah

16) Morbid Angel

15) Mercyful Fate

14) Dio

13) Sepultura

12) Anthrax

11) Cannibal Corpse

10) Carcass

9) Motorhead

8) Death

7) Megadeth 

6) Judas Priest

5) Pantera

4) Metallica

3) Slayer

2) Iron Maiden

Fake #1) Manowar

Real #1) Black Sabbath



Megadeth are no strangers to different line-ups. Dave Mustaine has had a bevy of different players over the years in Megadeth but the current line up of Dave Mustaine, David Ellefson, Chris Broderick, and Shawn Drover seemed to be the most solid line-up since the 90’s line-up that featured Marty Friedman and Nick Menza.

chris-smHere’s guitarist Chris Broderick’s statement:

“Due to artistic and musical differences, it is with great reluctance that I announce my departure from Megadeth to pursue my own musical direction.

“I want all of you to know how much I appreciate the amount that you the fans have accepted and respected me as a member of Megadeth for the last seven years, but it is time for me to move on.

“I wish Dave [Mustaine] and everyone in Megadeth all the best.

“I am working on a few things of my own and hope that when they come out, you will all dig it.”

shawndroverpromark_638And drummer Shawn Drover’s statement:

“After 10 years, I have decided to quit Megadeth to pursue my own musical interests.

“I want to thank Dave Mustaine and the entire Megadeth family, as well as thanking all the amazing Megadeth fans around the world!!! I truly appreciate all of you.

“Stay tuned for info on my next musical journey.”



A couple of weeks ago there was a video that took over the world heavy metal on youtube. The video is of a 8 month old baby named Wyatt drumming along to Pantera’s classic “5 Minutes Alone” In case you didn’t see it check it out.

Well Wyatt took the big stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to prove that it could be done live.



unnamedYou know Scott Ian as that guy from Anthrax but Scott is also an actor, a television host, a comic book guru, and now an author. Scott has just released his book Scott Ian: The Story of That Guy from Anthrax. It’s a good read and not just for fans either. Scott stopped by for a quick conversation but all things Anthrax and his new book.



25e77aea5fIf the name Dave Lombardo doesn’t immediately ring a bell maybe this will help. Dave is one of the founding members of Slayer, playing drums in the legendary band through out the 80’s and again in the 2000’s. He also played on Testament’s 1999 album The Gathering. Then there are his many other projects like Grip Inc. or his newest band Philm and being the drummer for the Mike Patton fronted The Fantomas. That’s a lot of killer metal coming from one guy, good thing Dave Lombardo is joining us in the Hangar this weekend to walk us through it all.

With all the many projects of Dave Lombardo he will be involved in all our normal features like The Fantoma’s album The Director’s Cut being the subject of our Heavy Metal soundtrack recommendation. Then we will crank up Testament for our Power Set and go In the Vault with Grip Inc.

But for our Then and Now we go back to one of the best metal releases of 2014, Exodus’ Blood in, Blood Out. The title track will the now for an Exodus Then & Now. In the meantime check out the video.

It’s another 3 hours of old school metal with metal from Iron Maiden, Motorhead, Suicidal Tendencies, Kiss, Venom, Metallica and of course this week’s guest Dave Lombardo inside Hangar 19.