New Noize Weekly 08.05.22 – Ep489

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We’re back to bring you all the latest, greatest, and weirdest news in the rock and metal world with New Noize Weekly!

Kerry King recently did an interview and stated that his new project is on par with Slayer; quite a comment. Billy Sheehan recently stated that he’s in possession of a pro-shot concert from the David Lee Roth ‘Eat ‘Em & Smile’ tour. Aerosmith has begun releasing streaming concerts on YouTube from each decade of their 50 year career. Metallica just keeps getting bigger as ‘Master of Puppets’ has achieved renewed interest due to the Stranger Things connection. We discuss all of these stories this week.

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Other topics covered this week include Skid Row playing for more than peanuts, a deluxe version of Motorhead’s ‘Iron Fist,’ the future of the Dio hologram, John Corabi’s past driving a big rig, Andy McCoy shredding Nikki Sixx in an interview, Don Dokken’s shocking recent live performance, and Rob Halford reconsidering the Judas Priest induction to the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.

It’s a lot to cover but we get to it all. We hope you enjoy New Noize Weekly and SHARE with a friend!

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