Snake Sabo’s career begins in 1986 when he and bassist Rachel Bolan started a little band from New Jersey called Skid Row. A few years later they had sold millions of records and were true rock stars. Their second album Slave to the Grind won over metal heads world wide including, as you’ll hear Snake explain, the members of Slayer. After that album though metal went on life support and their sub-par record Subhuman Race didn’t help. Before the decade was over the band had split with singer Sebastian Bach. In 1999 they re-grouped with current singer Johnny Solinger. They may not be as big as they once were but they are and always will be Skid Row.
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When it comes to old school metal legends Udo has to be up there. From his time in Accept to now 25 years with U.D.O. he has assured himself a spot on the top of German metal greatness. Now with his entire catalogue being re-issued in North America plus a new album out at the end of May. Udo isn’t ready to hang it up yet. Press play or download for free the latest Hangar 19 Podcast.
Vinnie and his brother Dimebag formed one the most respected and hard driving metal bands in history. Pantera took over the world of metal in the early 90′s with albums like Cowboys from Hell, Far Beyond Driven and the recently re-issued Vulgar Display of Power. After his brother was shot and murdered on stage in 2004 in Columbus, OH he went on to form Hellyeah! with members of Mudvayne and Nothingface. Enjoy a conversation about the future, hard drinking, strip clubs, and the question everyone wants an answer to, what will it take to get the remaining members of Pantera in a room again.