New Noize v10 – Ep417

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We’re back this week to talk about all the rock news that’s fit to spit with New Noize v10! There’s definitely been some wacky and interesting news in the rock world in recent weeks and we’re going to break it all down for you and give our unfiltered opinions!

Several relevant KISS-related stories and rumors have been in the ether recently. In this episode we’ll touch on the new single from Ace Frehley’s upcoming Origins Vol 2 as well as a cache of personal ephemera of the Spaceman’s being sold by a bitter ex; yikes! Also, Vinnie Vincent made an announcement to his private following, yet it still got leaked out. Is it bizarre? What do you think? We share our thoughts and predictions.

Other topics covered this week include Chris Jericho vs Sebastian Bach, new Overkill album updates, discussion of the new Enuff Z’nuff album and why Steve Gorman may have penned the greatest rock bio ever.

Additionally, we talk the upcoming Ellefson ‘No Cover’ album, Ron Keel covering Dio-era Sabbath, Lars Ulrich defending the St. Anger snare drum sound (blech), and much more!

We hope you enjoy New Noize v10 and SHARE with a friend!

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