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.

Chris Dudley On New UNDEROATH Music “Stuff I’m Writing Is Super Sad Bastard Emotional Or Really Odd Avant-Garde”

Chris Dudley is most known for being the keyboardist and sampler for Florida’s seminal genre bending outfit Underoath.  After the band went on a self imposed hiatus in 2013, Dudley ended up getting a job working for the government until the band reformed in 2015.  Since Underoath’s reformation they’ve put out 2018’s ‘Erase Me’ and have been touring in support of it since.  Chris has also kept busy scoring films and video games, one of which, Whelm, saw Chris handle the scoring duties entirely on his own. Continue reading

Acey Slade On New Murderdolls Music “I Would Love To. I Feel Like The Stories Incomplete” Recounts Joey Jordison Pissing On Iron Maidens Tour Bus

Acey Slade has certainly carved out  quite the career for himself playing in a wide variety of bands over his 20+ years in the music business as the guitarist or bassist for such bands as Dope, the horror themed supergroup Murderdolls, to jamming with legendary rock acts like Joan Jett and more recently playing alongside horror punk icons The Misfits on their MASSIVE reunion shows.  As such Acey has seen and done it all and has amazing stories to tell about his time on the road. Continue reading

Howard Jones On New Blood Has Been Shed Music “I Don’t Know If It’ll Ever See The Light Of Day”

Howard Jones has long been one of metalcore’s stand out vocalists.  From fronting one of the pioneering bands in the genre in Blood Has Been Shed, who’s punishing down tuned odd time signature riffs and spastic delivery is something bands in the scene have long copied.  Jones would go on to replace Jesse Leach in Killswitch Engage and help take that band from the underground to the forefront of the genre with standout albums like Grammy nominated “The End Of Heartache” and “As Daylight Dies”. Mental health issues would see Jones step down from the KSE ranks, subsequently being replaced by the man he replaced in Leach.  Howard would reemerge with a new project in tow, Devil You Know, who would eventually become Light The Torch amid some legal issues with a former member. Light The Torch put out their debut, Revival, in 2018. Continue reading