In the fourth (and probably final) of our Download Festival 2013 mini-podcasts, we talk to Michael Poulsen & Rob Caggiano of Volbeat about the Top 6 things about their respective hometowns: New York and Copenhagen.
The Thrash Hits Podcast 029: Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul & Kyle Shutt from The Sword on the state of Texas (at Download Festival 2013)
July 16th, 2013
The Thrash Hits Podcast 028: Talking Daggers with The AvD from The Defiled (at Download Festival 2013)
July 11th, 2013
In the second of our Download Festival 2013 mini-podcasts, we interview The AvD from The Defiled about Daggers, the band’s forthcoming second album. Not that interviewing The AvD about anything is ever simple…..
July 9th, 2013
June 21st, 2013
June 11th, 2013
BBC Radio 1 are currently in the middle of another week of Radio 1 Rocks, where the station celebrates rock with a week of special programming. That means they’re also having another rock edition of their BBC Radio 1 Review Show, and once again they asked Thrash Hits to step up and act as one of their guest pundits.
June 9th, 2013
In last week’s Sunday Slaylist we gave the whole festival line-up a good going over, but this week we’re turning our attention to the festival’s big guns: the main stage headliners. We haven’t just made one Slaylist this week – oh no – we’ve gone and made three, one for Slipknot, one for Iron Maiden, and one for Rammstein.
June 6th, 2013
Download Festival 2013 is just around the corner, so for this week’s podcast, Raz and Hugh got together to talk about the bands they’re looking forward to, the worst clashes on the bill, the bits of the festival we’re dreading, and about what Thrash Hits is going to be doing this year at Donington Park: HINT: It’s going to be awesome.
June 2nd, 2013
April 1st, 2013
We’re at the mercy of modern technology for this episode of the Thrash Hits Podcast – Raz has decamped to the USA for a few weeks for SXSW and some California sunshine, leaving the rest of us here in miserable old England. With possibly the dodgiest Skype connection imaginable, Hugh and Raz discuss how SXSW has changed over the years, as well as speculating on how two very different kinds of hype affect bands – that currently being felt by Ghost (or Ghost BC, if you’re an American) and the kind that surrounds Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats.