New Noize 9 – Ep396

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We’re back this week to focus on all the news in the rock and metal world with New Noize 9! There’s a lot of bleak news outside of the music world these days so we hope to provide a brief escape from it all in this episode. Starting things off, we give our in-depth review of the latest Ozzy Osbourne offering ‘Ordinary Man’. Did we love it? Did we hate it? Do we disagree with each other? You’ll have to listen to find out.

Additionally, we discuss some of the latest developments between the Donnie Vie and Enuff Z’nuff camps. A lot has been put forth publicly by the former singer of our favorite pop rock band and we have our thoughts on the whol situation.

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Other topics discussed include Twisted Sister becoming licensing kings, updates on the Mick Mars solo album, Riot’s singer trying out on The Voice (yes, we’re serious), and a Nu-Metal tour that nobody asked for.

Finally, we dig into some recent comments from Robb Flynn of Machine Head that didn’t sit too well with Aaron Camaro. You’ll hear Robb’s comments and Aaron’s response in this episode.

We hope this break from our bleak reality helps you get through your week. Keep on rockin’! (and wash your freakin’ hands!)

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