New Noize July 2021 – Ep450


We’re back this week to discuss all the latest happenings in the rock and metal worlds with New Noize July 2021! It’s been an interesting past few weeks in the industry and some of our favorite artists have been making news.

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We’ve got stories that include Yngwie Malmsteen trying to strangle Graham Bonnet, Sammy Hagar trashing David Lee Roth (again), Judas Priest threatening KK Downing, a song we’re all sick of hitting one billion streams on Spotify, Sebastian Bach being a schmuck (again), Black Sabbath looking to spruce up their worst sounding album, The Black Crowes being hypocrites (again), and much, much more!

We also give an update on our friend Gary Corbett in his cancer fight (donate to help Gary at, ROCKNPOD updates, an update on our buddy Rockin’ Ron Runyon, and more!

We hope you enjoy New Noize July 2021 and SHARE with a friend!

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