For the second time in a month a member of Iron Maiden is stepping inside Hangar 19. Adrian Smith (guitarist) joined Maiden in 1980, left in 1990 and rejoined when Bruce Dickinson went back to the band in 1999. His work with the world’s most known and respected metal band speaks for itself, but Adrian has put together a side project with Mikey Goodman from the band Sikth called Primal Rock Rebellion. Adrian will talk some Maiden and give us the complete low down on Primal Rock Rebellion.
For this week’s heavy metal movie and soundtrack recommendation we take a look at one of the greatest animated films of all time, one where Rob Zombie got his start into movie making, one that features maybe the most incredible comedic duo in history. It’s Beavis and Butt-head Do America. How great is this movie? Here’s Siskel & Ebert’s review.
This week’s Power Set is a live Megadeth set featuring four live songs from The Countdown To Extinction Twentieth Anniversary special edition that just hit stores. The live disc that comes with this special edition was recorded in 1992 from The Cow Palace in San Francisco.
This week’s Then and Now is from Kiss. We’ll play something old and something new from the just released Monster album.
Then we’re going In The Vault with Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails. In this clip from ’94 he dicusses why he formed Nine Inch Nails even though he wrote and recorded all the music himself, touring, and much more.
It’s 3 hours of classic metal once again inside Hangar 19.