BREWtally Speaking

About BREWtally Speaking

Two dudes, Dan and Jon, who are passionate about all kinds of music, although we mainly cover metal/metalcore bands on the show. We both LOVE vinyl, and podcasts in general.

Doc Coyle On GOD FORBID Reunion Ever Happening “It’s Hard To Gauge If People Really Care That Much”

Doc Coyle is currently the lead guitarist for Bad Wolves, who sprang into notoriety behind their cover of The Cranberries single “Zombie” in the wake of Delores O’Riordan sudden passing. Bad Wolves have carved out a name for themselves by tireless touring in support of bands like Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach Breaking Benjamin and more, releasing their sophomore album, N.A.T.I.O.N.  in 2019. Doc can also be heard on his podcast, The Ex Man Podcast talking to some of rock and metals most influential artists. Doc also may be remembered for starting metalcore darlings God Forbid Continue reading

William DuVall Speaks On Giraffe Tongue Orchestra “That Album Was Terribly Underserved By Our Lack Of Performances”

William DuVall has played in a lot of bands, spanning various genres and decades, but most became aware of him as he became the new frontman of legendary rock act Alice In Chains when they announced their comeback after going on a hiatus following the death of their original vocalist, Layne Staley.  DuVall had some mighty big shoes to fill, but anyone who remembered William from his time in Comes With The Fall opening for Jerry Cantrell on his Degradation Trip tours in the early 2000’s, this wasn’t as much of a shock.  DuVall’s got an impressive vocal range, and is a solid guitar player in his own right, all of these things are on full display in his first solo album, the bare bones, One Alone, album released in mid 2019. Continue reading

Blood Has Been Shed Guitarist On Unreleased Album “There’s Around 10 Tracks On It”

Blood Has Been Shed may not be a household name in the metalcore genre, but that’s not due to a lack in pedigree, with half the band going on to join Killswitch Engage (singer Howard Jones and drummer Justin Foley).  BHBS are one of those bands who’s mark is still felt almost 15 years after their last album.  With punishing off timed riffs and intricate drumming and Howard’s unmistakable vocals, Blood Has Been Shed were poised to be one of the stand out bands in a scene rife with talent. 3 albums was all we ever got from these guys, but one listen through their discography will prove why the music stands up and is held in high regard amongst some of the staunchest metal elitists.
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