20 March 2019

Rockin the studio podcast – 50 years of metal, 1992 special


The station is still celebrating 50 years of Metal, and this week I’m covering events/releases based in 1992. It truly was a great year for Rock n Metal….. lots of sub genres going on, the big bands were doing good stuff and the new bands were pushing boundaries.

Sit back and transport yourself to 1992…..

Alice in chains – Them bones
As Sirens Fall – She runs with wolves (FACEBOOK)
Biohazard – Urband discipline
Black Sabbath – TV crimes
Body count – Body counts in the house
Bon Jovi – I’ll sleep when I’me dead
Def Leppard – Let’s get rocked
Dream Theatre – Under a glass moon
Eden’s Curse – Unbreakable (FACEBOOK)
Exodus – Force of habit
Guns n Roses – Live and let die
Hardline – Taking me down
Iron Maiden – Fear of the dark
Lynch mob – The secret
Machine Head – Davidian
Megadeth – Skin of my teeth
Metallica – Fade to black
Motorhead – Cat scratch fever
Nirvana – Territorial pissings
Pantera – This love
Pantera – Regular people
Pantera – Fucking hostile
Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody
Queen – Stone cold crazy
Rage against the machine – Know your enemy
Skid row – Slave to the grind
Slayer – Dead skin mask
Spinal tap – Break like the wind
Stone Sour – Get inside
The almighty – Free n Easy
Thunder – Laughing on judgement day
Ugly kid joe- I’ll keep trying
Wasp – The invisible boy

The unsigned/up and coming bands that were on the show, I’ve included a link to their Facebook page. Please ‘like’ and share them and show some love as they work their asses off to create music. Without people like you….. smaller bands will never get to be bigger bands.

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If you or someone you know are in a band and you are looking to make it in the music biz, then can I suggest getting the very handy ‘if it was my band‘, written by Emma Scott Miles. Emma has a long history in the biz. The book is packed with helpful information to steer people through the rocky shores of the music industry. Here’s the link to buy it.