Hard Edge Radio
Last night on Hard Edge Radio we talked to Steve “Zetro” Souza from Exodus and had members of Cell Block Earth in the studio. Plus the usual entertainment news, upcoming shows and more. Hard Edge Radio airs live every Thursday night from 8-10pm EST on Tapdetroit.com
Howie D. from Hard Edge Radio recently caught up with front man Steve “Zetro” Souza from thrash legends, Exodus. They got a chance to talk about how it feels being back, how he got the heads up from the band, who his dream band would be to front for an evening, hitting the road with Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies and more.
Exodus has just released their latest CD, Blood In, Blood Out, and the disc has been getting great reviews from both fans and critics alike. It also sounds like they are planning to have an extremely busy 2015 with more tour dates and events coming together. The band is currently on tour in support of their latest offering and will be hitting a good chunk of the major cities around the country this next 31 days. Don’t look now but Exodus is back and ready to continue its thrash domination.
The interview with Zetro from Exodus:
Blood In, Blood Out, the new CD from Exodus:
Thursday November 6th on Hard Edge Radio we aired our interview with Wayne Static, believed to be the final interview he did before his passing. We also played a bunch of Static-X songs and had members of The Worst Of join us in the studio. Plus the usual upcoming events, entertainment news and more. Hard Edge Radio airs live every Thursday night from 8-10pm EST on Tapdetroit.com.
When I sat down at my home studio around 5pm on Wednesday October 29th to prepare to talk to Wayne Static for a Hard Edge Radio interview, I was just excited to finally have the chance to talk to him, get some updates and see what he had coming up and going on in life. I obviously never imagined he would die so suddenly just 3 days later. On one hand, the heavier hand, it’s so sad that we’ve lost him and that it happened so suddenly. I believe he had so much more left to contribute to music. On the other hand, the much lighter hand, I’m so honored to be one of the last people, possibly THE LAST, to ever get a chance to record an interview with him. It was a great feeling to catch him on such a good day and to hear him be so positive about life and his plans for the future.
What’s really strange is that I ALWAYS edit my interviews within a day or two of doing them but for some reason I decided to edit this one a few days later then normal. I usually have 10-15 minutes set aside on the show each week to fit in the national interviews we do and I planned on editing this one down to around 13-14 minutes from it’s original length of 21 minutes. I’m so glad I waited and can now give you the complete interview with just cleaned up audio and a little tightening up between questions. He was in such a good mood and was so excited about the upcoming tour, the new CD and the future. His family, friends and fans will truly take comfort in hearing what a great place he was in those last few days. I now share with you, my interview with Wayne Static.
This interview was recorded on Wednesday October 29th, 2014 at 5:10pm EST
RIP Wayne Static – Thanks for the music, the memories and the inspiration.
The Official Website for Wayne Static – www.IAmWayneStatic.com
Thursday October 30th on Hard Edge Radio was our annual Halloween edition of the show. In studio guests were Brian Thomas from Halloween, Sadie from Hip In Detroit and Terry from Bahamut. We spent the evening promoting two of the biggest Halloween bashes in Metro Detroit and threw in some killer tunes and familiar sounds of the season to add to the vibe. Hard Edge Radio airs live every Thursday night from 8-10pm EST on Tapdetroit.com.
Thursday October 23rd on Hard Edge Radio we talked to Dillon Still from German thrash band Dissorted and local hard rockers Ballz Deluxe stopped by the studio. Plus the usual upcoming shows, entertainment news and more. Hard Edge Radio airs live every Thursday night from 8-10pm EST on Tapdetroit.com.
Howie D. from Hard Edge Radio recently had a conversation with bass player Dillon Still from German thrash band Dissorted. They talked about the local music scene in Germany, the new EP, the history of the band, some of their biggest American influences and more.
Dissorted have just released an EP titled “I” and it is getting great feedback from critics all over Europe. The band has been around for several years but the new lineup is just a few years old and the sound they throw out is a great dose of pure German thrash metal. If you’re into thrash and you have yet to check these guys out I encourage you to take a few minutes and do just that. Please click below to hear the interview with Dillon.
The interview with Dillon Still from Dissorted:
I, the debut EP from Dissorted:
Howie D. from Hard Edge Radio got a live check in from Thousand Foot Krutch bass player Joel Bruyere while they were getting ready to play the Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan last Thursday October 16th. They talked about the new CD, how the band has evolved over the years, the latest surge of success for the band, meals in Russia and more.
Thousand Foot Krutch has just released their latest CD, Oxygen:Inhale, and have been touring pretty much non-stop this last couple of years. The band has been around for many years but have been enjoying much success due to some big tours and festival opportunities. Please click below to hear the interview with Joel from Thousand Foot Krutch.
The interview with Joel Bruyere from Thousand Foot Krutch:
Oxygen:Inhale, the latest CD from Thousand Foot Krutch:
Thousand Foot Krutch online:
Thursday October 16th on Hard Edge Radio we had Joel from Thousand Foot Krutch check in live from the Machine Shop, we talked to Craig Setari from NYC hardcore legends Sick Of It All and had members of Athena’s Grace stop by the studio. Plus the usual upcoming shows and entertainment news. Hard Edge Radio airs live every Thursday night from 8-10pm EST on Tapdetroit.com.
Howie D. from Hard Edge Radio recently got the to chance to chat with bass player Craig Setari from NYC hardcore legends, Sick Of It All. They talked about the current hardcore scene, the difference in the old days versus the current years, the new CD, some funny stories over the years and more. One can only imagine the things this band has done and seen over the last 25 years.
Sick Of It All has just released their latest CD, Last Act Of Defiance, and are getting ready to hit the road for some US dates. They are kicking off their tour in Detroit on November 1st at The Magic Stick and will continue through the end of the month playing around several parts of the country. After all these years, the band still has the drive and the sound that it’s been known for. Be on the lookout for a show coming to a town near you. Please click below to hear the interview with Craig.
The Interview with Craig Setari from Sick Of It All:
Last Act Of Defiance, the latest CD from Sick Of It All:
Sick Of It All online: