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.

Phil Labonte (ALL THAT REMAINS) Says Last Album “Doesn’t Do Oli [Herbert] Justice”

Hailing from Massachusetts, metalcore giants All That Remains have carved out a career that has spanned 9 albums over the bands almost 20 year career.  Their most recent offering, 2018’s ‘Vicitm Of The New Disease’ saw a return to the bands more aggressive sound and received rave reviews from fans and critics alike, while also being the last to feature late guitarist Oli Herbert. Continue reading

Michael Beinhorn: “I Never Felt That Sonically Their Records Were Saying A Whole Lot”

Michael Beinhorn is a legendary producer who’s work has spanned over four decades and countless genres. He has helmed the boards for some of the most iconic albums of all time from Soundgarden‘s ‘Superunknown’ to Soul Asylum‘s ‘Grave Dancer’s Union’.  Michael’s work with Hole on their breakout album, ‘Celebrity Skin’, netted him one of his four Grammy nominations over his illustrious career. Continue reading

BREWtally Speaking Podcast: Sonic Temple Festival 2019 Preview

 

Podcast Hosts Dan and Jon run through 2019’s incarnation of the Sonic Temple Festival (formerly Rock On the Range), happening at Mapfre Stadium in Columbus, OH May 17th, 18th and 18th. Continue reading

Sal Abruscato “Something Life Of Agony Didn’t Find So Appetizing, That I Was Having Another Kid.”

Sal Abruscato has enjoyed a very illustrious career spanning two decades working with not one but TWO seminal 90’s bands in Type O Negative and Life of Agony respectively. A Pale Horse Named Death saw the Brooklyn native step from behind the kit and handle lead vocal and guitar duties over the bands eight year, 3 album history. Fans of Sal’s previous bands will assuredly find something to latch onto in APHND’s sound.  Continue reading

Dani Filth Didn’t Tell Band About BMTH Song Until It Was On Social Media.

Hailing from Suffolk, England, Cradle Of Filth have become the torch bearers for all things extreme for nearly 28 years spreading their brand of extreme metal across the globe. The bands most recent offering, ‘Cryptoriana: The Seductiveness of Decay,’ arriving in the later part of 2018, sees the band continuing to showcase their vast influences by seamlessly blending gothic and symphonic metal with frontman Dani Filth’s penchant for singing about all things macabre. Continue reading