We are all Fueled By Death - we want to leave this world a little different before we inevitably leave it for good. Tune in each week as we welcome a guest to ask the question "What Fuels You?" Plus weekly mini-episodes on exciting topics from Science!
Chad Gray knew he wanted to pursue a career in music from a young age. Music is powerful and can help change your life or even save it, and this was definitely the case for Chad as a young boy. Many of his darker lyrics reflect the tough times he went through and he finds solace in being able to write and perform music. As lead singer with Mudvayne and HELLYEAH, Chad has helped define the evolution of metal music and continues to b...
Legendary bassist Blasko returns to the podcast! Blasko was a guest way back on the fourth ever episode so we had a lot to catch up on. From his early days in Cryptic Slaughter to playing with Rob Zombie and meeting Zakk Wylde for the first time, Blasko has always wanted to work hard to succeed as a musician. Find out what keeps him motivated even to this day, and his strange connection to Tiger King!
A new dinosaur species has been unearthed on the Isle of Wight, a Trilobite was found with its eye still intact 400 million years later, and scientists reveal new findings about the best-preserved armored dinosaur in the world, the famous Sleeping Dragon.
Matt Harvey started the deathgrind metal band Exhumed when he was 15 and he has continued to create music around his favorite genre, horror. Matt joins the show to talk about his writing process, the new split album with Gruesome, and his clove of comic books.
Full transcript and links at www.deathwishcoffee.com/exhumed
Are sea monsters real? For centuries we thought that strange and terrifying creatures roamed the deep and were seen by ships and communities living by the water. But science has proven that many of these sightings can be explained away with the discoveries of new species and DNA testing of carcasses washing up onshore. But is that the full story?
Tom Hunting is a force to be reckoned with behind the drums. Tom helped to form the legendary metal band Exodus in the late 1970s alongside highschool friends including Kirk Hammett, who left the band to join the then-unknown Metallica. Tom talks about the early days of the band, his passion for writing and performing, and what is next for Exodus.
Full transcript and more at www.deathwishcoffee.com/tomhunting
Thwip! David Elson started out as a competitive free-runner and basically 'fell' into doing stunt work. Doubling and performing stunts on TV shows like The Unit and Teen Wolf eventually led David to try on the Spidey suit for Amazing Spider-Man and has continued to help create the iconic superhero with the stunt team and coordinators on Spider-Man Homecoming and Avengers Infinity War. Though David reveals that it's not ...
In this episode of the Sunday Science mini-episode, I look at some astonishing and startling recent stories surrounding space exploration. Scientists may have confirmed the age of the universe and are finding promising leads to more metal resources on the moon. But the biggest story comes from the New York Times and the Pentagon as more reports of the truth behind UFO's and craft not of this world are coming out.
Matthew Lynch has trained in the martial art of Shinkendo and has been studying Japenese Swordsmanship for years under Headmaster Obata Kaiso and hold high ranks in Shinkendo and Toyama Ryu styles of swordsmanship. Matthew is an instructor at Mashuu Dojo in California is also a close friend and teacher of weapons master Anthony DeLongis who was on a previous episode.
Full transcript and more at www.deathwishcoffee.com/matthewlynch
It's the return of the Sunday Science Series. This week I look at a recent discovery of two mummies unearthed in Egypt. Buried alongside coins with the face of Cleopatra, these mummies could be a marker on the trail to uncovering the tomb of Cleopatra, ancient Egypt's most famous queen.
John Hunter Nemechek grew up in the pits of NASCAR. Now, he is racing in 2020 for the Rookie of the Year title and driving the number 38 car sponsored by Death Wish Coffee. John Hunter talks about learning to drive, the difference between racing cars and trucks, and what fuels him to keep going.
Check out the full transcript and more at www.deathwishcoffee.com/johnhunter
Mickie James is a force to be reckoned with. She is the only woman in the history of wrestling to hold the WWE Women's, WWE Diva's, and TNA Knockout Championships, and currently has nine championships under her belt. But outside the ring, Mickie also loves to nerd out at conventions and meet her fans, and we have a lot of fun in this episode.
Plus, this is PART THREE of our three-part GAWTV series - what is GAWTV you ask? W...
SoCal Val is known throughout the wrestling community as a hard worker and a larger than life personality. Working both behind the scenes, in front of the cameras, and sometimes even in the ring, Val was everywhere you wanted to be and she took you along for the ride. Now she is focused more on fashion than ever, even coining the phrase "The Art of Over Dressing" which she explains fully in this episode.
Plus, this is PART ...
You know her as Victoria or Tara while she was in the ring, becoming a seven-time Women's champion between the WWE and Impact Wrestling. Lisa Marie might be retired from wrestling now, but that doesn't mean she has slowed down. Tune in to hear stories from her incredible career and what is next.
Plus, this is PART ONE of our three-part GAWTV series - what is GAWTV you ask? Why it's the new show Grown-Ass Women starring ...
Welcome back to the podcast the incomparable Zack Ward, and this time he brought his friend and writing partner, James Cullen Bressack. Zak and James talk about how they met and what it's like to work together creatively on movies like Restoration and Bethany, and what is next for the talented duo.
Full transcript and more at deathwishcoffee.com/zackandjames
Kate Hackett does it all. Writer, producer, actor, and more, Kate joins the podcast to talk about her career including the Amazon web series Classic Alice and the brand new sci-fi short, The Long Dig. Find out what keeps Kate creative in this inspiring episode.
Full transcript and more at www.deathwishcoffee.com/katehackett
Raven always had a vision for a band of misfits to create music and tour the world with their dark carnival. That dream has become a reality, with Raven Black touring extensively and releasing albums and comic books at the behest of their loyal following Raven's Rejects. Hear more of this incredible musical journey from Raven herself and find out what fuels her passion.
More about Raven Black and the new album The Key: www.rave...
Will Putney is a force of sound in the music industry. Whether writing music and playing in END or Fit For An Autopsy, or being behind the soundboard to produce albums for Body Count or Thy Art is Murder, Will is constantly honing his sound and his craft. Listen to his story and be inspired to start your own musical journey.
Full transcript and more at www.deathwishcoffee.com/willputney
From appearing in TV shows like Alias, Heroes, and Lost, to movies like A Star is Born, Paterno, and Star Wars, Greg Grunberg works hard to never slow down. Greg joins the podcast to talk about his career, his love of cooking and coffee, and some of his passion projects like The Insiders. Plus hear about his charity work, his graphic novels, and his music career.
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