Franky’s Chop Shop – Nice Chops – S11 E31
Horror, surf, metal, industrial and punk rock; Franky’s Chop Shop has it all. It’s he perfect soundtrack for a hard rockin’ bikini beach bash from hell! We get into the making of this new project from the mad mind of Murderock‘s Franky (Chris Alexander).
This just in: (That’s right, you heard it here first) Keith (Jewett) still hates fun. He loves books though! He and Dogwater Dick talk about their book club “member”ship (inset Beavis and Butthead laugh… heh… I said ‘insert’) Drummer Carlos Pintor wasn’t able to make it (possibly on Franky’s operating table).
Joining Franky and Keith is their member from another band, the always delightful Freddy Ferox (Murderock/Sonic Dead/Candy Apple and the Razorblades) who is just along for the ride this week. He does provide stiff competition in the quiz (heh heh). Nick and Dick make sure to drive that bus off the gross cliff this week – not to yuck anyone’s yum, but: have fun.
Sadly, Murderock’s FINAL SHOW is going to be later this month – 10/30 at Alturas’ Cellar , with A Wormhole Could Kill Us All and Hired Fun. From the desk of Nick Ramirez: “I know I speak for the whole podcast when I say we’re truly going to muss you, Murderock. Y’all killed it. RIP”
We also get into the Marianarchy lineup this year – getting started tomorrow at The Bluebird at 6 pm! Please check it the event out for silent auction and please throw some love to the Marianarchy GoFundme page.
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Thanks for listening!
Freddie Ferox – Lament of Time – S10 E38
Where has this year gone? What just happened??? We recorded this episode on the eve of the US 2020 elections, so we had no idea of what happened! It’s cute and naïve, like younger versions of ourselves. We welcome Freddie Ferox (Murderock, Candy Apples and the Razor Blades, Sonic Dead) with some new Sonic Dead tracks, fresh from release – some ripped straight from the headlines.
Like much of the music, this newest Sonic Dead EP is not for the weak of heart, but it does speak from the heart. Freddie takes on the evils of the world – well, lyrically anyway.
We hope you enjoy this taste of Sonic Dead and wait with baited breath for their return to the stage (with everybody else).
Thanks For Listening!