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danziglogoOver the last couple of years Glen Danzig, the legendary frontman of Danzig, Samhain and of course The Misfits, has been out on the road doing Danzig Legacy shows where he and his band and special guests perform music from all of his bands. Since this year marks the 25th anniversary of Danzig as we know it he again has been on tour celebrating his 25th anniversary. His set has had all the Danzig songs you would expect, plus some Samhain gems and it’s been ending with a set of Misfit tunes featuring his bassist from The Misfits Doyle Von Frankenstein. In honor of the last round of tour dates being booked we help celebrate everything Danzig this weekend.

In honor of all this Danzig stuff this week we go In The Vault with a rare onstage interview with Glenn from 1983 as The Misfits were getting set to release what would be their final album with Danzig called Earth A.D.

Danzig_Thrall_DemonsweatliveDid you know that Danzig’s biggest song “Mother” didn’t become the big hit until it’s re-release on 1993’s Thrall:Demonsweatlive Since this live e.p. spawned his biggest hit we’ll play the four live tracks found on it during this week’s Power Set.

Doyle_ABOMINATORSince we are celebrating all things Danzig this week’s Then & Now features his Misfits band mate Doyle. Doyle’s new album is called Abominator and we’ll lay down a new tune from it plus an old school Misfits song.

And since Danzig’s music has been featured in a few different movies and TV shows, this week’s heavy metal movie and soundtrack recommendation isn’t so much a soundtrack as it is a look at Danzig in pop culture. For example, that time he bought Carl’s house on Aqua Teen Hunger Force because it had running Elf blood going through it.

This plus metal from Rob Zombie, Ozzy, Type O Negative, Metallica and more inside Hangar 19.



That’s right, we were having a such a great conversation about his bands (Slipknot & Stone Sour,) his books (7 Deadly Sins & A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven,) and the music we grew up listening to that he’s here for another week cranking another 3 hours of classic metal.

From what was a great conversation to a very strange one. We go In The Vault this week with Fu Manchu and a 2000 interview they did with some guy named Toazted or something like that.

van halen rock usaWe’ll crank out a Power Set of Van Halen tunes because I (Cutter) just got to see them live at one of 2 U.S. dates for the year. I’m still coming off that high so 4 tunes from Van Halen that were in their set list it is.

Doyle_ABOMINATORWe also have the new album from a former Misfit. Doyle has just put out his new solo album entitled Abominator and we’ll through on the title track plus an old school Misfits tune for this week’s Then & Now.

Finally this week’s Heavy Metal Soundtrack recommendation isn’t so much of a soundtrack as it two songs that one form of entertainment uses regularly. It’s two of the three tunes that Motorhead has done for WWE Superstar Triple H

Crankin’ the old school metal with the legends who have made this genre possible, that’s Hangar 19.


Peter_Rodney_Byford_(aka_Biff_Byford)-14339 Biff Byford is the founding singer of one of the most influential metal bands of all time, Saxon. Although the band never made it to the point of Iron Maiden huge as part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal scene of the early 80’s they were 1A and 1B. With the release of their 24th studio album coming this Tuesday March 5th, Biff lays it all down during this edition of Hangar 19.

Speaking of New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Def Leppard are the subject of this week’s In the Vault. This is their appearance on the radio show Rockline in 1981.

danzig-with-doyleDanzig is about to kick off his 25th anniversary tour with his former Misfits band mate Doyle playing with him on most dates. In honor we have a Danzig Power Set for you.

demon_hunter_back_by_Ravens_HeartThis week’s Then & Now is from Demon Hunter in honor of the fact that the man who killed Osama Bin Laden spoke about Demon Hunter during his interview with Esquire Magazine.

Then our movie and soundtrack recommendation this week features one of the most disturbing movies we’ve seen in a long time. The independent film Gummo.

3 hours of classic metal inside Hangar 19.