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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: April, 2018
Apr 27, 2018

Doc speaks with drummer, Justin Graves, about joining A Life Once Lost and developing their sound on the breakout record, A Great Artist, working with producer Eric Rachel, the organic nature of the recording process, dealing with the Djent uprising despite being an earlier innovator, releasing the Hunter album and enjoying some success with big tours, A Life Once Lost losing steam due to deathcore taking over the scene, quitting the band, life after the band, and starting his new band, Vexes.

This episode features the song "The Devil's Den" by SLaM from their EP What Now and the song "Hellion" by Vexes fro their album Ancient Geometry.

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Apr 17, 2018

Doc speaks with E-Town Concrete frontman, Anthony Martini, about being a unique band rising up in the New Jersey hardcore scene, how their music and image reflected urban life, making business mistakes and perhaps missing the boat for mainstream commercial success, hitting their stride with The Renaissance but also hitting the wall of a changing music scene, E-Town breaking up, getting into the industry as an artist manager, transitioning from the metal to hip hop world, achieving big success as a manager and label owner, and E-Town reuniting in perpetuity. 

This episode features the song “Architect” by Weight Of The Tide from their EP All Told and “So Many Night” by E-Town Concrete.

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Apr 10, 2018

Doc speaks with Dress The Dead guitarist, Craig Locicero, about starting Forbidden Evil which became Forbidden in high school with Robb Flynn, what made the bay area thrash scene so special and prolific, taking an old-school, organic approach to recording, his time as a touring guitarist for Death, how his changing music tastes led to him leaving Forbidden and starting Manmade God, getting signed by Rick Rubin and experiencing a disappointing album rollout, the Forbidden reunion, and the story behind his new band, Dress The Dead.

This episode features the song "There Goes The Sun" by Dress The Dead.

Follow Craig on Instagram @low_cicero

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Apr 3, 2018

In this very special 50th episode of The Ex Man podcast, Doc welcomes legendary guitarist, Tosin Abasi, as a guest to discuss Afro-Futurism, the conflict in the metal world between commercialism and credibility, how he became such a prolific guitar player, coming up in the Baltimore hardcore/metalcore scene, how the band Reflux with Ash Avildsen came together, the genesis of Animals As Leaders through meeting Misha Mansoor, cultivating the Djent sound, political identities, the unexpected success Animals As Leaders and he have experienced, the Generation Axe tour, and his launch of Abasi Guitars and his signature Fishman guitar pickups.

This episode features the song "All Came To Light" by Cerebellion from the album Regeneration, and "Ectogenesis" by Animals As Leaders from the album The Madness of Many.

Follow Tosin on Instagram @tosinabasi and @abasiguitars

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle 

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Use the code PCJABBERJAW for 15% off. Listen to more great podcasts like this at JabberJawMedia.com

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