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Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXVIII
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August 22, 2014 04:50 PM PDT
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In this week’s show, we take a look back at the Bloodstock Festival, looking mostly at the bands who played on the New Blood and Sophie Lancaster Stages. There’s also news of a new addition to a certain Huddersfield-based Thrash quartet and new material from Accept, Overkill and Xerath.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. This week’s show features a double dose of Elfie. Not only do you get Shock Of The New, you also get Elfie’s Smirking Revenge – a countdown of the ten bands our Suzi most missed with the cancellation of Alt-Fest. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm BST, Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXVII
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August 11, 2014 10:12 AM PDT
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It’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show time again. You know you love it! This week, we’re casting our minds back to Wacken this last weekend. That means music from Five Finger Death Punch, Arch Enemy, Hell and the mighty Motörhead. You’ll also be hearing part three of the Led Zeppelin documentary, covering the first three albums to celebrate the release of the most upgrades to the Zep legacy.

What else can you expect? You’ll be getting new material from Iron Savior, Overkill, the wonderfully named Hell’s Chopper and The Record Of The Week.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. This week’s show features The Magnificent Seven, namely tracks from the seven albums that have made the biggest impression on my good self this year. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm BST, Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXVI
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July 24, 2014 06:17 AM PDT
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Back in the saddle again with a new edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show. This week, we’re casting our minds back to Italy’s Total Metal Open Air Festival in Bari. That means music from 4Bitten, Annihilator, Moonspell and Kreator. You’ll also be hearing the second part of the Led Zeppelin documentary we started last time.

What else is in this week’s show? You’ll be getting new material from Down, Wovenwar (the unincarcerated members of As I Lay Dying), Grave Digger and The Record Of The Week.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. This week’s show features an interview with Newcastle’s very own Eocene, recorded by Carl at last year’s SOS Festival, as well as some Reef, Wildhearts, Motörhead and Alice In Chains as chosen by their good selves. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm BST, Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXV
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July 09, 2014 03:18 PM PDT
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The Wyrd Ways Rock Show is back after my week off in Cornwall. It was excellent. Thanks for asking!

As usual, it’s a packed show this week. Not only are we looking back at the BST Festival that happened last weekend, we’re taking a look at the recent reissues of Led Zeppelin’s first three albums with part one of a special documentary.

What else is in this week’s show? You’ll be getting new material from DragonForce, BodyCount, Massive Wagons and Mastodon.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. This week’s show features an interview with the rapidly rising Betraeus, recorded by Carl at last year’s Bloodstock Festival, as well as some Gojira, Machine Head, Xerath and Opeth as chosen by their good selves. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXIV
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June 24, 2014 03:06 PM PDT
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Who was at Hellfest? Unfortunately, The Wyrd Ways Rock Show wasn’t (this year, but you never know!), but that’s no reason not to celebrate the excellent line-up this year’s edition had. We’ll be doing this all through festival season.

What else is in this week’s show? You’ll be getting an interview with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, put together by those nice people at AC Promotions, where he talks about the new album and appearing at Download. You’ll also be getting new material from The Defiled, Eluveitie, Sabaton and Arch Enemy as well as news about a new album from returning heroes, Sanctuary.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. This week’s show features an interview with up-and-comers One For Sorrow, recorded by Carl at last year’s Bloodstock Festival, as well as some Pantera, Down, Black Label Society and Slayer as chosen by their good selves. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST and as part of The Cast Iron Ring.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXIII
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June 14, 2014 02:17 AM PDT
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It’s Download Festival weekend, so at the behest of Suzi, this week’s Spotlight band is… erm… The Download Festival, which means you’ll be hearing from Rob Zombie, Avenged Sevenfold, Linkin Park and Aerosmith. Since this is The Wyrd Ways Rock Show, you’ll also be getting new stuff from Arch Enemy, Fozzy and Sonic Syndicate. There’s also news of ructions in the Exodus camp and Suzi brings you three more bands who should be on your radar in Elfie’s Shock Of The New. Head over to www.wyrdwaysrs.com for more!

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. This week’s show features an interview with up-and-comers Ten Cent Toy, recorded by Sarah at last year’s Bloodstock Festival and as a special bonus, an airing of a very interesting track from War Eternal, the aforementioned new Arch Enemy album. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

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June 07, 2014 08:58 AM PDT
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This week’s edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show has some PROPER Heavy Metal in it, supplied by the likes of Monument, Iron Maiden, Gamma Ray and kicking off with a touch of Spellcaster. There’s also a competition! Yes, a real one with a prize and everything! It’s worth having, too. Suzi also returns with another edition of Elfie’s Shock Of The New. So what do you think? Worth checking out? Certainly is. Then again, I would say that, wouldn’t I?

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. This week’s show features an interview with up-and-coming PROPER Metal band, the mighty Primitai. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast. It's all available at www.wyrdwaysrs.com

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXI
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May 29, 2014 12:57 PM PDT
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Two big interviews in this week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show. One is with Tommy Victor of Prong (who recently announced they were playing Bloodstock Open Air this year), the second is with Britain’s very own Wraith, which you will be able to hear if you’re a subscriber. Added to that, there’s new stuff from Corrosion Of Conformity, Crowbar and De Profundis as well as three bands who should be on your radar in Elfie’s Shock Of The New. That’s just the start of it. Want to know more? You’ll have to listen.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. As already mentioned, this week’s show features an interview with Wraith, who have recently come back from oblivion. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh and as part of The Cast Iron Ring and Nambucca Valley Radio, The Red Eye Network and Radio Metal On – The Heavy. See their listings for details.

If you want me to mention your gigs or play your music on the show, get in touch.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXX
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May 21, 2014 02:09 PM PDT
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Four years ago this week, Ronnie James Dio passed away following a battle with cancer. This week, The Wyrd Ways Rock Show commemorates him by playing some of his music. In this packed show, which you can find out more about by visiting www.wyrdwaysrs.com, there’s also a new Hammer Of Retribution Half Hour from Dr Jim IronLord and Elfie’s back. Want to know what she’s dug up? Take a look at the playlist then listen to what she’s found.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. You’ll be hearing a rather excited Cat interviewing a band who were the subject of her first ever gig experience back in the mists of time, SOiL. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh and as part of The Cast Iron Ring and Nambucca Valley Radio, The Red Eye Network and Radio Metal On – The Heavy. See their listings for details.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXIX
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May 14, 2014 01:57 PM PDT
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It’s a real bumper show this week. New stuff right off the bat from Linkin Park as well as Mastodon, Bloody Hammers, Uriah Heep and Sabaton. There’s also Elfie’s debut as the brand new presenter of Shock Of The New. Want to know what she’s dug up this week? Take a look at the playlist then listen to what she’s found.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. You’ll be hearing an interview of sorts (trying to “interview” them is a dead loss… as you’ll hear) with Evil Scarecrow, who will be opening the RJD Stage on Saturday at this year’s Bloodstock. You’ll also be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on Planet Mosh and as part of The Cast Iron Ring and Nambucca Valley Radio, The Red Eye Network and Radio Metal On – The Heavy. See their listings for details.

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