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Best Sasha Frank podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Sasha Frank podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Shaman's Den will arouse, inspire, move, threaten you, not with sound bites, but with a two hour (usually longer) feast of live streaming video show. You might get an in-studio concert of bands from around the world...or poetry reading...or an in-depth conversation about politics, art, music, and LIFE with extremely dangerous people! But then you may see beautiful women naked dancing erotically. You never know, because you are in THE SHAMAN'S DEN with Frank Moore.
 
Podcast from the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) at Stanford University, featuring Director Michael McFaul, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia. Our scholars dive into critical international issues, offering insights into the history and context of the biggest stories in the news.
 
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Background Noise Suppression Background Noise Suppression came onto the Greek rock scene in 2005. Recently, the alternative, “Pop Dirt” band released its second studio album Dead Memories. Bassist Johnny Papaioannou joins Mark Radlund on this week’s episode. Johnny and Mark discuss the sub-genre “Pop Dirt,” Thessaloniki vs. Athens, and the major in…
 
Nightwish Release Human Nature Nightwish released Human Nature (stylized HVMAN :||: NATVRE) on April 10, 2020. It’s the band’s ninth studio album. Marko Hietala, bassist of Nightwish, joins us on the podcast to discuss the album. In addition to playing bass, Marko provides supporting vocals with his “deep sonorous timbre.” Human Nature digs into so…
 
Rock Recap: May 2020 There was plenty to discuss for our inaugural Rock Recap episode. May of 2020 brought us social distancing concerts, AMC Theaters ditching Universal Studies, and Guns N’ Roses writing a children’s book. Sadly, the Month of May also brought unfortunate news of rock pioneer Little Richard passing away, along with comedian legends…
 
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, its effects could be potentially devastating to global democracy and the upcoming U.S. presidential election. Nate Persily, a senior fellow at FSI and co-director of the Stanford-MIT Project on a Healthy Election, and Larry Diamond, also a senior fellow at FSI, discuss how democracies and autocracies are doing…
 
Afterburner by Dance Gavin Dance This week we review the album Afterburner by Dance Gavin Dance. It is the band’s 9th studio LP and was released on April 24th. The album centers itself around elements of post-hardcore, metalcore, and emo. The album isn’t rooted in any subgenre of extreme metal. This results in a much different tone and overall mess…
 
Major Moment Major Moment came onto the Boston rock scene with their 2018 EP One Small Step. Last year, the band released its sophomore EP The Sequel, which boasts over 200,000 Spotify streams. Vocalists Andrey Borzykin and Sasha Razumova join Mark Radlund on today’s episode. We dig into their unique origin story, with both coming to America from R…
 
Caligula’s Horse Release Rise Radiant Sam Vallen from Caligula’s Horse joins us on the podcast to discuss the band’s latest release, Rise Radiant. The album is the band’s 5th LP and is available on May 22, 2020 through Inside Out Music. Caligula’s Horse is a progressive metal band from Brisbane, Australia. Sam Vallen (guitarist, song writer, and pr…
 
Slay At Home Slay At Home is a heavy metal music festival created and organized by Metal Injection co-owner, Frank Godla. The festival is a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic which has rendered a large number of musicians unable to perform their music. The total shutdown of live entertainment has had a massive impact on the lives of entertain…
 
Independent Rock In our second installment of Independent Rock Radio, we will be featuring twelve songs from independent musicians all across the globe. The music you will hear in this episode proves that the support of a major label is not required to create amazing music. The Setlist Below is the episode setlist, along with additional links to wh…
 
COVID-19 has established itself around the globe and will be with us for the foreseeable future. What do we know about the virus so far, and what makes it unique? Michelle Mello is a professor of law and medicine at Stanford whose research focuses on law, ethics, and health policy. David Relman is a professor in the departments of Medicine and Micr…
 
April 2020 Metal It’s time to recap metal music for April 2020! As the quarantining and social distancing continues, we find ourselves at the end of another month. This episode we’ve compiled a list of 6 great metal albums that were released in April 2020! Faþir by Forndom Not strictly metal but heavy nontheless, Forndom is dark, ambient, and melan…
 
“Separation Sunday” turns 15 On May 3, 2005, The Hold Steady released their sophomore album “Separation Sunday.” 15 years later, “Separation Sunday” is highly regarded within the indie rock community and jumpstarted the band’s career. This album, like much of The Hold Steady’s work, features an intricate plot line, dense Biblical references, and mo…
 
Warbringer – Weapons of Tomorrow Thrash band, Warbringer, released their 6th studio album Weapons of Tomorrow on April 24th. John Kevill, vocalist of the band, joins us to discuss the album, the band’s writing processes, and his start with heavy metal. Weapons of Tomorrow followed a collaborative song writing process. Members of the band brought id…
 
Godthrymm Godthrymm vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter Hamish Glencross joins us to discuss the band’s debut album, Reflections! The album was released on February, 14 2020 through Profound Lore Records! The band was formed thanks to a simple jam session with Hamish and Shaun Taylor-Steels. The two ended up with material that they decided …
 
Songs Turning 20 Years Old This week, we once again revisit 20 songs that are turning 20 in 2020. These are not the best songs of 2000, nor are they our favorite songs. They are not confined to one genre, nor did every one crack the number one spot on the charts. They are simply songs that had major relevancy 20 years ago. Mark Radlund is joined by…
 
What The Dead Men Say Trivium released their ninth studio album, What The Dead Men Say, on April 24, 2020. It follows their critically acclaimed album, The Sin and the Sentence. Trivium‘s 2017 addition of Alex Bent on drums represented a rebirth for the band. With the addition of Bent, there’s been more energy, intensity, and emotion in the music. …
 
Frayle Gwyn Strang and Sean Bilovecky, from the doom band Frayle, join us on the podcast to discuss their LP, 1692, released 2/14/2020. 1692 is a haunting, doomy album covered in a veil of occult fog and ethereal atmosphere. Gwyn, the vocalist, discusses the inspiration for her unique delivery and lyrics, which is driven largely by her philosophy o…
 
Songs Turning 20 Years Old This week we revisit 20 songs that are turning 20 in 2020. These are not the best songs of 2000, nor are they our favorite songs. They are not confined to one genre, nor did every one crack the number one spot on the charts. They are simply songs that had major relevancy 20 years ago. Mark Radlund is joined by friend of t…
 
Cirith Ungol Cirith Ungol bassist, Jarvis Leatherby, joins us to discuss the band’s first release in 29 years, Forever Black. The band formed in 1971 and helped pioneer harsh vocals, fantastic themes, and driving guitars in heavy metal. Jarvis Leatherby has an interesting story to tell about the band’s reformation. He’s not an original member of Ci…
 
Atom Splitter PR Amy Sciarretto, founder of Atom Splitter PR, joins us to discuss her role as a public relations representative. Her PR firm represents many high calibre artists, such as Trivium, Alice Cooper, Code Orange, Killswitch Engage, and Korn. Throughout the episode Amy gets into exactly what the role of a PR representative is. Public relat…
 
Beach Slang Beach Slang is a relatively new punk band, though its fronted by long-time, respected vocalist, James Alex. Based out of Philadelphia, Beach Slang formed in 2015. Since then, Alex and company have been providing listeners with thunderous, indie rock vibes attached with poetic lyrical themes of youth and vulnerability. This episode, Alex…
 
Disclaimer: below is primer & highlight material of the SUPER METAL WORLD Podcast’s latest episode. Please, listen to the full episode for detailed information of everything discussed below & more! SMW podcast is available wherever you stream podcasts or by clicking play! Konvent Rikke Emilie List and Julie Simonsen, from Konvent, join us on the po…
 
Disclaimer: below is primer & highlight material of the SUPER METAL WORLD Podcast’s latest episode. Please, listen to the full episode for detailed information of everything discussed below & more! SMW podcast is available wherever you stream podcasts or by clicking play! Invisible Oranges Andrew Rothmund, editor-in-chief at Invisible Oranges, join…
 
Pharmacose Pharmacose is an alternative, electronic rock band based out of Jacksonville, Florida. The band has steadily been releasing singles in preparation for their upcoming EP, Prescription Fiction: Part I, which will be available in May. We will feature four tracks from the upcoming EP throughout the episode. Lead singer Wes Jones joins Mark R…
 
Disclaimer: below is primer & highlight material of the SUPER METAL WORLD Podcast’s latest episode. Please, listen to the full episode for detailed information of everything discussed below & more! SMW podcast is available wherever you stream podcasts or by clicking play! March Metal Metal in March was affected, like the rest of the world, by COVID…
 
Stone Sea Stone Sea released its EP Mankind Maze in October of 2019. Drummer Connor Middleton joins Mark Radlund on this episode to discuss the band’s worldly blend of genres, his obsession with Dave Grohl, and an Irish edition of “Love it or Hate it.” We also discuss how COVID-19 has affected the band’s schedule, which is an unavoidable topic duri…
 
Body Count Disclaimer: below is primer & highlight material of the SUPER METAL WORLD podcast’s latest episode. Please, listen to the full episode for detailed information of everything discussed below & more! SMW podcast is available wherever you stream podcasts or by clicking play! Body Count released Carnivore, their 7th LP, on March 6, 2020. Bas…
 
Complete the Connection In February of 2020, Altostratus released their debut full-length album, Complete the Connection. Alex Hek plays guitar for the progressive metal quartet based out of the United Kingdom. Altostratus first appeared in 2015, impressing many within the U.K. metal scene. Alex Hek and his cohorts provide listeners with a perfect …
 
Disclaimer: below is primer & highlight material of the SUPER METAL WORLD Podcast’s latest episode. Please, listen to the full episode for detailed information of everything discussed below & more! SMW podcast is available wherever you stream podcasts or by clicking play! Underneath by Code Orange Code Orange released Underneath on March 13, 2020. …
 
Quarantine Entertainment The COVID-19 virus has put a damper on the world’s social lives. Chances are, you will be stuck at home for the time being. To avoid sheer boredom, we have provided you with 10 recommendations to help pass the time during your quarantine. This episode, Mark Radlund is joined Ty of Super Metal World Podcast, in a collective …
 
Disclaimer: below is primer & highlight material of the SUPER METAL WORLD Podcast’s latest episode. Please, listen to the full episode for detailed information of everything discussed below & more! SMW podcast is available wherever you stream podcasts or by clicking play! Independent Metal Independent metal and supporting the underground has always…
 
Welcome to Introducing Sasha Frank. In this weeks podcast, we will talk about the pandemic (the coronavirus) that is going on right now worldwide. Do you feel alone, hopeless in this uncontrollable situation? Well I’ve been there, I’ve faced a traumatic event of my own, in navigating life after college as a first generation college graduate. Trauma…
 
Global populism is on the rise. Once associated with Latin American and post-communist democracies, populist parties and politicians have now gained support and power in established democracies. In a new white paper, “Global Populisms and Their Challenges,” co-authors Anna Grzymala-Busse, Didi Kuo, Frank Fukuyama, and World Class host Michael McFau…
 
Disclaimer: below is primer & highlight material of the SUPER METAL WORLD Podcast’s latest episode. Please, listen to the full episode for detailed information of everything discussed below & more! SMW podcast is available wherever you stream podcasts or by clicking play! February Metal Heavy metal continued the year strong through February. The ye…
 
Listen to our full conversation with Matt where we discuss music marketing advice and all that he is involved in by clicking play or streaming wherever you stream podcasts. Below you can find out more about Matt and what he is involved with. Music Marketing Music marketing is something that seems to go by the wayside for many smaller bands. Most ba…
 
The coronavirus has infected more than 75,000 people and killed more than 2,000 since it was first identified in Wuhan, China, in late December. Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies experts Karen Eggleston and David Relman join host Michael McFaul to discuss what you should know about the virus, its impact on China and the world, and …
 
Ordinary Man On February 21, Ozzy Osbourne released his first studio album in roughly 10 years with Ordinary Man. Ordinary Man is Ozzy’s 12th studio album as a solo artist and comes in the wake of a tumultuous year that saw the singer suffer from a plethora of health issues including a nasty fall, a staph infection, a respiratory infection, and a r…
 
Metal Assault Metal Assault is the result of Andrew Bansal’s love for heavy metal. The project started in February 2010. Andrew started his career in music journalism by reviewing shows he attended in the Los Angeles area. Andrew kept a prolific pace, reviewing over 200 shows per year. Andrew has as much love for legacy acts as the rest of us, but …
 
Earl Skakel Earl Skakel got his start in comedy nearly twenty years ago. His start in Los Angeles, the cut-throat mecca of entertainment, is uncommon for most, but Earl’s love for comedy kept him going. Before Earl got his start as a comedian, he was a personal trainer. His friends and coworkers saw the potential Earl had and all pushed him to purs…
 
January Metal Albums Metal in January was interesting and we think that 2020 is off to a good start! The death metal trend of 2019 continues into the new year, but the inclusion of non-standard instruments is going to take metal to great places this year! Puritan Masochism by Konvent The Danish band Konvent released their first full length album on…
 
Rust in Peace Megadeth released their fourth studio album, Rust in Peace, in September of 1990. It followed their 1988 release, So Far, So Good… So What!. The album is frequently considered the band’s best and most impactful album. Megadeth managed to tap into a new level of musical maturity with the release. The band kept the speed and intensity f…
 
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