Appetite for Distortion

Appetite for Distortion

From a radio studio in New York City, comes a die-hard fan of the greatest rock & roll band hailing from Hollywood, California. Dissecting all things Guns N' Roses (and anything else in his distorted mind), it's Brando...and this, is Appetite for Distortion. The first ever Guns N' Roses discussion and interview podcast with the biggest names in the GN'R universe hosted by a radio veteran.... Show More

Brooklyn is bond in Ep. 60. Our guest this episode is drummer, Johnny Kelly. Johnny currently drums for Glenn Danzig and Dizzy Reed's Hookers & Blow (among a few others!). However he may be most famous for being in the Gothic metal band, Type O Negative.

Before we get to Johnny, Brando is joined by special co-host and his long-time friend, John "Stud" Muir. Stud got Brando into Type O in college and has listened to all 60 eps of the AFD show (by choice!). Also we may hear from other "co-hosts," Stud's 1 and 3 year old children in the background...

Johnny Kelly then joins and tells us about growing up in Brooklyn, where destiny led him to the drums and a recording studio around the corner from his house. He tells us about his love of KISS, the Beatles, and the early days of Type O Negative. Johnny then opens up about the loss of the legendary front-man of Type O, Peter Steele. Would Johnny even reunite or do a tribute to Type 0 in the same vein as Alice in Chains or Stone Temple Pilots? How did he meet Dizzy Reed and join his band? His thoughts on GNR's reunion with all member still alive? He answers these questions, your fan-submitted ones, and much more!

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