New Noize v14 – Ep442

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We’re back this week to talk all the rock news that’s fit to spit with New Noize v14! Some of the new stories covered this week range from the redundant to the bizarre. Gene Simmons is continuing to die on the ‘Rock is Dead’ hill. He recently doubled down on his comments in an interview. However, when you take a look at the full context of what he’s saying, you’ll get a different understanding. In related news, Paul Stanley was asked about his KISS partners’ comments and has a different take on the subject. We break it all down in this episode.

Motley Crue’s ‘Time for Change’ is being used in a new commercial for Delta faucets. Huh? We share the details and our thoughts on Motley’s answer to ‘We Are the World’ in this episode.

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John Bush was recently asked about his desire to do a tour performing his Anthrax-era material. With things beginning to look hopeful for concerts again, he shares his thoughts on it and we share our thoughts as well this week.

Other topics covered in this New Noize episode include Oz Fox’s recent brain surgery, Nikki Sixx warning against eBay bootleggers, Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ hitting over a billion streams on Spotify and much more!

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