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The Ex Man with Doc Coyle

Ex-God Forbid guitar player Doc Coyle talks to professionals in the music world and other creative industries about the challenges and transitions of leaving monumental ventures. This podcast is for those passionate and driven 20 & 30-somethings at a crossroads trying to figure out "what's next?"
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Now displaying: February, 2018
Feb 27, 2018

Doc gives his thoughts on Black Panther, and speaks with Fire From The Gods vocalist, AJ Channer, about coming up in Virginia with his first band Sic Seed, going to school in Africa, discovering heavy music through Rage Against The Machine and Slipknot when he came back to the US, leaving music to become a stockbroker on Wall Street, getting back into the scene with Ashes Within through a Sumerian Records band contest, and finally breaking through with Fire From The Gods.

This episode features the song "Chasing Yesterday" from Aegea from their Through The Static EP and "Excuse Me" by Fire From The Gods from their album, Narrative.

Follow AJ on Instagram @wheresaj

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Feb 23, 2018

Doc has a debate with All That Remains frontman and 2nd Amendment advocate, Phil Labonte, about the recent uproar focused around gun rights following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

This episode features the song "Hold On" by All That Remains.

Follow Phil on Instagram and Twitter @philthatremains

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Feb 20, 2018

Doc weighs in on the recent school shooting in Florida, and speaks with this week's guest, Lloyd Grant, who played lead guitar on Metallica's first ever recording about growing up in Jamaica, how he discovered rock music in Southern California, the effect of his family's religion, how he met Lars Ulrich and eventually got to play on the original recording of "Hit The Lights", why he ultimately turned down an offer to join Metallica, the story of his speed-metal band Defcon, what he was up to in the subsequent years, and how the Metallica 30th anniversary show ressurected his music career.

This episode features the original Metallica recording of "Hit The Lights" from Metal Blade Records' Metal Massacre Volume 1.

Follow Lloyd on Instagram @Lloydgrant_tallica and check out his website http://www.blacklloyd.com/

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle

Here's the clip Lloyd playing "Hit The Lights" with Metallica, Dave Mustaine, and Ron McGovney - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkUm4JBAb4E

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Feb 14, 2018

Doc speaks with prolific guitar player, Sonny Mayo, about the benefits of therapy, being influenced by James Hetfield, coming up in Northern Virginia with his thrash band Silence, opening up for an upcoming Pantera, how he moved west and joined Snot, falling in with drugs and how that led to him leaving Snot and joining Amen, getting sober and subsequently joining HeD PE, how playing with Sevendust was the best thing and hardest thing he ever did, going to school to become a producer, playing with Ugly Kid Joe, and his new life working with Rock to Recovery.

This episode features the song "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" by Snot.

You can follow Sonny on Instagram @sonny_mayo and Twitter @sonnymayo 

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle

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Feb 6, 2018

Doc talks with Ill Nino and Terror Universal drummer Dave Chavarri about getting his start on the East Coast with his first band Gothic Slam, how that led to him joining bay area thrash band Lååz Rocket, his time playing with M.O.D., what he learned about work ethic and the music business playing with Pro-Pain, how filling in for Soulfly prepared him to launch Ill Nino, the evolution of a more melodic Ill Nińo from the original El Nińo with Jorge from Merauder, the relentless touring that fueled the band's success, the key to Ill Nińo's longevity, and how his new band Terror Universal came together.

This episode features the song "Galactic Outlaw" by Gigantalope and "Dig A Hole" by Terror Universal.

Follow Dave on Instagram and Twitter @illdavechavarri

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle

Check out Gigantalope at www.facebook.com/Gigantalope

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