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slashWhat could I possibly say about Slash that hasn’t already been said. He’s a legend without a doubt. From his early days as the lead axeman in Guns N’ Roses to his own work in Slash’s Snakepit plus Velvet Revolver and his latest project with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. He’s not just metal, he’s the epitome of the guitar in hard rock. It’s Slash discussing all his latest happenings and some old stuff as well on the latest Hangar 19 Podcast edition.


He w10610674_467273366748849_5211889566923275352_nas the lead singer of one of the most influential “stoner” metal bands to ever exist. We’re talking about a band that is credited with starting an entire movement. It’s not often you can say that about a band. John Garcia is just a laid back fan of music and when he’s not moonlighting as a Vetenarian he is now fronting his own solo band. His self titled debut solo album is out now. It’s John Garcia on the latest Hangar 19 Podcast edition.


31After Max Cavalera’s final performance with Sepultura in December of 1996 the band started the search for a new singer and in 1998 came Cleveland, OH native Derrick Green. Derrick has been in the band ever since and joined us in the Hangar to discuss the process of him becoming the frontman of one of metal’s most legendary bands. Plus check out their latest album The Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be the Heart.


nickhipaThe story of American hardcore-metal band As I Lay Dying took a bad twist last year when lead singer Tim Lambesis was arrested for attempting to hire a hitman to murder his wife. The rest who of course still wanted to make music decided to get a new singer and start a completely new band called Wovenwar. Guitarist Nick Hipa joins us in the Hangar to discuss this and give us the story of how As I Lay Dying became Wovenwar.


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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