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Wyrd Ways Rock Show 297
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December 12, 2014 02:09 PM PST
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Following a little time off for illness, The Wyrd Ways Rock Show is back with a show packed FULL with interviews recorded at the 2014 edition of the Bloodstock Open Air Festival. Specifically, you’ll hear me talking to members of Flotsam And Jetsam, Bloodshot Dawn, Children Of Bodom and old friends of the show, Arthemis. You’ll also hear Sarah chatting with Lacuna Coil’s Cristina Scabbia.

If you are a subscriber, you’ll get much more this week. Not only will you get the full interviews, you’ll also get the musical choices of several interviewees.

You want that for yourself? The best way to get more is to subscribe, by heading for http://www.wyrdwaysrs.com/page12.htm and choosing the option that best suits you.

If you subscribe starting with this week’s show, you’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual with the aforementioned extras. You’ll also be gaining access to an exclusive Members Area, which includes a massive archive of previous shows as well as various other bits and pieces.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm GMT and Planet Mosh every Thursday at 6pm GMT.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCXCVI
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November 22, 2014 04:09 PM PST
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As a rule, I don’t tend to do themed shows, but this whole thing about treating “female-fronted Metal” as a genre on it’s own really annoys me. That’s why every band you will hear on The Wyrd Ways Rock Show this week is fronted by a woman. That means you’ll be hearing from Izegrim, Holy Moses, Triaxis and Huntress among many others.

The show also features Covered and a Shock Of The New that fits in with this week’s theme. You say you need more? The best way to get more is to subscribe, by heading for http://www.wyrdwaysrs.com/page12.htm and choosing the option that best suits you.

If you subscribe starting with this week’s show, you’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual. You’ll also be gaining access to an exclusive Members Area, which includes a massive archive of previous shows as well as various other bits and pieces.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm GMT and Planet Mosh every Thursday at 6pm GMT.

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

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCXCV
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November 14, 2014 03:30 AM PST
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With Armistice Day being back on the 11th of November, it was only right and proper to mark it and commemorate the lives lost, on both sides, in the conflict that started a century ago and in wars before or since. This week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show features songs for those heroes who gave their lives for the rest of us.

The show also features Covered and you’ll be glad to know Suzi’s back for this week’s Shock Of The New (*whew*!). You say you need more? Once you've become a subscriber, you can visit the exclusive Members' Area, which you can access from www.wyrdwaysrs.com

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCXCIV
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November 03, 2014 02:31 PM PST
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So much good stuff came out over the past couple of weeks, that the new edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show has TWO Records of the Week. What are they? You’ll have to listen and find out. Alongside those, you’ll also be hearing from Cavalera Conspiracy, Black Veil Brides, Machine Head and American Head Charge.

The show also features Covered and another Shock Of The New. No Suzi this week, unfortunately, though. You say you need more? The best way to get more is to subscribe, by heading for http://www.wyrdwaysrs.com/page12.htm and choosing the option that best suits you.

If you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual. You’ll also be gaining access to an exclusive Members Area, which includes a massive archive of previous shows as well as various other bits and pieces.

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October 20, 2014 03:29 PM PDT
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This week’s edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show features new material from Soldierfield, Die No More, Rancid and Threshold. There’s also a chat with Onslaught’s Sy Keeler, recorded in July outside the Sheffield O2 Academy and a recommendation of a Bristolian band from the man himself.

The show also features the Record Of The Week, Covered and Suzi’s back again with another Shock Of The New. You say you need more? The best way to get more is to subscribe, by heading for http://www.wyrdwaysrs.com/page12.htm and choosing the option that best suits you.

If you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual. You’ll also be gaining access to an exclusive Members Area, which includes a massive archive of previous shows as well as various other bits and pieces.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm BST and Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCXCII
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October 07, 2014 01:51 PM PDT
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Plenty of new stuff in this week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show (as per normal, really). That means we’re starting off with possibly the biggest: Machine Head. We’ve also got Scar Symmetry, Amaranthe and a couple of projects featuring current or ex-members of Cradle Of Filth, namely Devilment and White Empress. You might also be interested in a little something hot out of the studio from those Finnish Fiends, Lordi.

This week’s show also features the Record Of The Week, Covered and Shock Of The New. Are you seriously asking for more? The easy way to get more is to subscribe, by heading for http://www.wyrdwaysrs.com/page12.htm and choosing the option that best suits you.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. You’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual. You’ll also be gaining access to an exclusive Members Area, which includes a massive archive of previous shows as well as various other bits and pieces.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm BST and Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCXCI
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October 01, 2014 09:19 AM PDT
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We’re sort of back to normal on this week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show (if you can call ANYTHING on The Wyrd Ways Rock Show “normal”). That obviously means a metric tonne of new stuff, including tracks from 1349, Sonata Arctica, Orange Goblin and Exodus.

This week’s Record Of The Week is introduced by David, there’s a Covered… Dr Jim’s here with another Hammer Of Retribution (yes, two shows in a row!) and Elfie’s got another Shock Of The New for us. Are you seriously asking for more? The easy way to get more is to subscribe, by heading for http://www.wyrdwaysrs.com/page12.htm and choosing the option that best suits you.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. You’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual. Very shortly, you’ll also be gaining access to an exclusive Members Area, which includes a massive archive of previous shows as well as various other bits and pieces.

The broadcast version of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show appears on The Wall every Monday at 11pm BST and Planet Mosh every Wednesday at 8pm BST.

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September 16, 2014 03:00 AM PDT
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On this week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show, we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the debut album by Judas Priest – Rocka Rolla by playing a few tracks from it. It’s certainly different to what came after!

As for the rest of the show, if you like it slow, we’ve got new stuff from Craang and Snailking. If you want something to wave your plastic sword aloft to, we’ve got stuff from Edguy, Viathyn and Megasonic. We’ve also got some new Cannibal Corpse for those of you who like a bit of brutality.

There’s a Record Of The Week, too, and a Covered… Dr Jim’s here with another Hammer Of Retribution and Elfie’s got another Shock Of The New for us. What more do you need?

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. You’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual.

Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCLXXXIX
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September 03, 2014 09:32 AM PDT
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In this week’s show, there’s something of a focus on well-known venue not so far from me. The Snooty Fox in Wakefield. It’s been threatened with closure, so the owner, Malc Shipman, has got an appeal going on GoFundMe at http://www.gofundme.com/d7x7s0. Help out if you can. The Snooty Fox is an important venue. It can’t be allowed to close.

What else? New stuff from Devilment (featuring Dani Filth), Buckcherry and The Space Ace himself, Ace Frehley.

As always, if you subscribe or buy this week’s show, you get more. You’ll be getting the show at a much higher quality level than the broadcast, as usual and… well… keep an eye on your Inbox.

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 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.

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