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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: March, 2018
Mar 26, 2018

Doc is joined by this week's guest, Ryan J. Downey, who talks about his time as the vocalist of Indiana hardcore band, Burn It Down, why the band broke up in midst of their ascension, moving to California to sing for Time in Malta, how he almost joined Throwdown, how he almost started a hardcore label imprint through Century Media records, his crazy story fake-auditioning to be a VJ at MTV led to him actually working for MTV, getting into artist management through the band Bleeding Through, and breaking the story of Dimebag Darrell's murder for MTV.

This episode features the song "The Taking" by Becoming The Bully and "The Son" by Will Haven from their new album Muerte.

Follow Ryan on Instagram @superherohq and Twitter @RyanDowney

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle

Check out our band sponsor at becomingthebully.bandcamp.com

Support our show sponsor Minus Head Records at MinusHead.com and willhaven.bandcamp.com

Support our show sponsor and buy official band merch at Rockabilia.com. Use the code PCJABBERJAW for 15% off.

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Mar 19, 2018

Doc speaks with Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy lead guitarist, Marc Rizzo, about coming up in the New Jersey extreme metal scene, the story of how El Niño became Ill Niño, the experience of having early success with Ill Niño and eventually quitting the band, how he joined Soufly, what it's like to be in a band with Max Cavalera, how Cavalera Conspiracy came together, the secret to his tireless work ethic, and his solo guitar career.

This episode features the song "Seismal" by Headcrusher from the album Death Comes With Silence, "Spines" by Terror Universal from the album Make Them Bleed, and "Kylocycyle" by Marc Rizzo.

Follow Marc Rizzo on Twitter @MarcRizzo and Instagram @MarcRizzo_ripandshred

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle

Check out our band sponsor at https://headcrusher.bandcamp.com/

Support our show sponsor Minus Head Records at MinusHead.com

Support our show sponsor and buy official band merch at Rockabilia.com. Use the code PCJABBERJAW for 15% off.

Listen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com

Mar 12, 2018

Doc speaks with Judas Priestess vocalist and solo artist Militia Vox about how the topic of race has been unavoidable as it relates to her music career, her upbringing in a very unique and progressive section of Maryland, her rebellious years in performing arts school, getting involved in the industrial music scene and joining her first band in Boston and New York, her years as a touring background singer for big pop stars like Taylor Dayne and Cyndi Lauper, how she decided to start her own solo band, joining Judas Priestess, and have a deep discussion about the #MeToo movement and her negative experiences with sexual harrasment in the music industry.

This episode features the song "Blood on our Hands" by Corpse Paint from their EP Nothing Here In The Dark and "Vow" by Militia Vox from the EP Isosceles.

Follow Militia on Instagram and Twitter @militiaismyname

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle 

Check out our band sponsor at http://corpsepaint.org

Support our show sponsor and buy official band merch at Rockabilia.com. Use the code PCJABBERJAW for 15% off.

Listen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com

Mar 6, 2018

Doc speaks with Unearth guitarist, Ken Susi, about his early years coming up in the New England hardcore scene, how Unearth developed their trademark sound, what it felt like to break out and experience real success, the pitfalls of the "rockstar" lifestyle, the reasons why Unearth has persevered and carries on to this day, how he got involved with the Fishman pickup company, and his new grunge band, Swivel.

This episode features the song "Stutter" by Zombie Eating Horse and "Clueless" by Swivel.

You can follow Ken on Instagram @kensusi

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle

Check out our band sponsor at https://zombieeatinghorse.bandcamp.com/

Support our show sponsor and buy official band merch at Rockabilia.com. Use the code PCJABBERJAW for 15% off.

Listen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com

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