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.

DEVILDRIVER Guitarist Reveals Concept For Upcoming Double Album “Main Idea Was Taking Away Of Liberties and Bondage Of The Human Soul”

Neal Tiemann has had a storied career in the music industry as a session guitarist as well as being a full time member of a handful of big bands.  From starting out as a session guitarist turned member for James Hart’s post Eighteen Visions band Burn Halo, to becoming a part of Brandon Saller of Atreyu fame’s solo band Black Cloud Collective which would then become Hell or Highwater.  This before finding a home in Devildriver where he’s put out 3 albums, one of which is an upcoming double length concept album, in a 3 year span. Continue reading

New Years Day Guitarist On Negative Feedback From Pantera Cover “Vinnie Paul Gave Us A Thumbs Up, Only Approval I Needed”

New Years Day have come along way since their rise in the Myspace days back in 2005.  While the bands sound has evolved since their first self titled release in 2006, one thing has always remained, their penchant for writing hook centric hard rock/metal.  Fronted by vocalist Ash Costello who provides plenty of beauty to match the bands brawn.  After tours with In This Moment and Halestorm have seen NYD take notice of their peers and push more into that active rock sound, most notably on their most recent release, 2019’s “Unbreakable”, which debuted in the Billboard top 100. Continue reading

BREWtally Speaking Podcast: Will Putney (FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY/END)

Will Putney, raconteur of all things metal is the guitarist in Fit For An Autopsy and END, producer extraordinaire and creator of his signature STL Tonality series guitar and bass plug in software, is the guest on this episode of the BREWtally Speaking Podcast. Continue reading

Reb Beach On Solo Material “I Have It Written”

Reb Beach has carved out quite career for himself over the 30+ years in the industry.  From being one of the founding members in 80’s rock band Winger, who achieved mainstream success on the strength of their classic ‘Seventeen’.  While Winger were the constant butt of jokes in the early 90’s thanks in part to Beavis and Butthead.  Reb would go on to join Whitesnake in 2002, and has become a sort of band leader amongst the who’s who of the classic rock era that now comprise the band. Beach has played on the last 4 Whitesnake albums, their most recent coming with 2019’s ‘Flesh and Blood’. Continue reading