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The Ex Man Podcast Ep. 47 – Militia Vox (Judas Priestess)

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.

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The Ex Man Podcast Episode Ep. 46 – Ken Susi (Unearth, Swivel)

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

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The Ex Man Podcast Ep. 45 – AJ Channer – (Fire From The Gods, ex-Ashes Within, ex-Sic Seed)

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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The Ex Man Episode Ep. 44 – Gun Debate with Phil Labonte (All That Remains)

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.

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Photo by Nick Ball of Salohcin Photography

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The Ex Man Podcast Ep. 43 – Lloyd Grant (ex-Metallica, ex-Defcon)

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 www.blacklloyd.com/

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Here’s the clip Lloyd playing “Hit The Lights” with Metallica, Dave Mustaine, and Ron McGovney – www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkUm4JBAb4E

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