Episode 115 is out now! A conversation with Jesse Leach of Killswitch Engage/Times of Grace!


Episode 43: Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad - Album Roadblocks (Green Day, A Perfect Circle, Hed PE)

Jan. 4, 2021

In our 43rd episode, the pod tackles the ‘Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad’ segment — where we deep dive into legacy bands that we feel only had two great albums in a row. We dive into the roadblock album to try to understand what…

Episode 42: Our Best of 2020 (Hum, Deftones, RTJ and more!)

Dec. 28, 2020

We’ve had a lot of laughs, compelling insights, and truly inspiring discourse over the last 9 months. In this episode, we dive into our favorite nerdery of the year — favorite albums, favorite music moments, favorite moment …


Episode 41: He’s On Fire - Featuring Greg Bergdorf of Bourbon Bros/Zebrahead fame

Dec. 21, 2020

In our 41st episode, we bring back 2 things: the “He’s on Fire” - 3 album run segment and our Episode 9 guest, Greg Bergdorf (Guitarist of the Bourbon Brothers and founding member of Zebrahead). Greg joins us for this episod…

Episode 40: The Wheel of Concerts, Bob Dylan Sells Catalog, and More!

Dec. 14, 2020

The Podioslave Podcast is officially over the hill! In our 40th episode, we bring back the wheel. This time around, we populated the wheel with years ranging from 2001 through 2019 — whatever year the wheel lands on, we each…


Episode 39: Interview with Matty Arsenault of A Loss for Words/ Reclaim Music Group

Dec. 7, 2020

In our 39th episode, we’re joined by Matty Arsenault, the vocalist of A Loss for Words and Founder/CEO of Reclaim Music Group. We talk Matty’s musical come up, his early days with A Loss for Words, the bands growth over the …

Episode 38: Nerducken - Nerd Arguments at the Thanksgiving Table

Nov. 27, 2020

In our 38th episode, we start a new Thanksgiving holiday tradition here at the Podioslave Podcast.......Nerducken. The premise is that we pit two like bands against each other and each defend our case for which we prefer. Th…

Episode 37: Better With Age? This bands (#) album was their best, and more!

Nov. 20, 2020

In our 37th episode, the pod discusses bands whose best album is their 1st record, bands whose best album is their 2nd record, 3rd record — so on and so forth. We’ve found that the deeper you get into a bands career, the har…


Episode 36: Interview with Ben Collins of Chronic Future - Guitarist/Vocalist

Nov. 13, 2020

In our 36th episode, we’re joined by Ben Collins, the guitarist and vocalist from Chronic Future. The band came up in the 90s and continued to make a splash in the 2000s with their hit single ‘Time and Time Again’ — which wa…

Episode 35: The State of the Music Industry: Streaming and Live Music

Nov. 6, 2020

In our 35th episode, the pod takes a close look at the current state of the music industry — focusing on a few headlines pertaining to streaming and live music. 2020 has been a wild one for the music industry and who better …

Episode 34: Incubus - 'Make Yourself' deep dive with a twist, Commodifying livestreams, and more!

Oct. 30, 2020

In our 34th episode, the pod deep dives (with a twist) into the Incubus classic, ‘Make Yourself.’ We dissect the band leading up to the release, the rollout, and how it set the stage for what was to come. We also toss out se…

Episode 33: Why weren’t these bands bigger? Flaming Lips bubble concert, and more!

Oct. 23, 2020

In our 33rd episode, the pod discusses: RIP to Tony Lewis of The Outfield, Linkin Park and Fleetwood Mac albums charting in 2020, Flaming Lips hold a bubble concert, Apple introduces an all music video channel on Apple TV, a…


Episode 32: Interview with Frank Maddocks (VP at Warner Records, Design work for Deftones, Linkin Park, etc)

Oct. 16, 2020

In our 32nd episode, we’re joined by Frank Maddocks. Frank is the VP of Creative Services at Warner Records and has been the design mastermind behind many of your favorite album covers and artwork. With clients ranging from …

Episode 31: Track 1, Side 1 - Great Album Openers. (Corey Taylor Album Reaction, and more!)

Oct. 9, 2020

In our 31st episode, the pod discusses: Eddie Van Halen’s tragic passing, a reaction to the new Corey Taylor album, Fleetwood Mac being back in the charts due to viral TikTok video, and for the main discussion: ‘Track 1, Sid…

Episode 30: Year 2000 Albums, New Deftones and Menzingers, Spotify Employees Striking over Joe Rogan, and more!

Oct. 2, 2020

In our 30th episode, we’re back at you with another Year 2000 segment where we deep dive into 3 albums turning 20 this year: Cold -‘13 Ways to Bleed on Stage,’ Rage Against the Machine - ‘Renegades,’ and Taproot - ‘Gift.’ Ot…


Episode 29: Interview with Spose (Rapper, Record Label Owner, Podcaster)

Sept. 25, 2020

In our 29th episode, we’re joined by rapper Spose. In addition to rapping, Spose also runs his own record label - P Dank. We dig into Spose’s music path —- starting as an indie artist, making the transition to a major label …

Episode 28: ‘Wheel of Nu Metal’ segment, New Marilyn Manson, Facebook banning streamed music events, and more!

Sept. 19, 2020

Episode 28 is all about Nu Metal! Whether you love or hate Nu Metal, there’s a good chance you grew up on it if you’re currently between the ages of 30 and 40. In this episode, we spin the ‘Wheel of Nu Metal’ and rank the ba…


Episode 27: Interview with Iann Robinson (Podcaster, Writer, Former MTV VJ)

Sept. 11, 2020

In our 27th episode, we’re joined by the one and only Iann Robinson. You were likely first introduced to Iann during his time as an MTV VJ nearly 20 years ago. On top of being a TV personality, Iann has had his hands in mult…

Episode 26: ‘Nerdery Grab Bag’ segment, corporate takeover of independent venues, and more!

Sept. 4, 2020

Episode 26 is a special one for us, as the 3 of us are recording from the same location for the first time since the pod started. Nate is back visiting the east coast, so we take full advantage of it. For the main segment we…


Episode 25: Interview with Justin (@beerpunks) of Brew Ha Ha Productions (Beer/Music Fests)

Aug. 28, 2020

In our 25th episode, we’re joined by Justin, Production Manager, of Brew Ha Ha Productions (you may know him as @beerpunks on Instagram). Brew Ha Ha Productions is one of the largest craft beer (and music) centric event prod…

Episode 24: 'Bring Your Own Hot Take' Segment, Deftones announce album, Spotify vs. Bandcamp, and more!

Aug. 21, 2020

In our 24th episode, the pod discusses: Episode intro, a thank you to listeners, and setlist; reactions to the Corey Taylor feature on the new Tech N9ne song, Deftones announce new album details (!), reactions to new NPR art…


Episode 23: Interview with Jason Tate - Founder and Owner of Chorus.fm and Absolutepunk.net

Aug. 13, 2020

In our 23rd episode, we're joined by Jason Tate - Founder and owner of Chorus.fm (formerly Absolutepunk.net). Jason has been a lifelong fan of punk/punk adjacent music and has parlayed this passion into arguably the biggest …

Episode 22: The Mailbag Episode! Bonus setlist: 311 'Transistor' turns 23, Spotify pushing continuous music output, etc

Aug. 6, 2020

In our 22nd episode, the pod discusses: Episode intro, Reactions to Spotify CEO pushing artists to continuously put out music to say relevant, UK brewery donating proceeds to venue relief, 311's 1997 album 'Transistor' turns…

Episode 21: Bandvantage: band names that elevate the band, New Corey Taylor and Marilyn Manson song reactions, and more!

Aug. 1, 2020

In our 21st episode, the pod discusses: Episode intro and setlist, Reactions to the new Corey Taylor and Marilyn Manson songs, Live music roundup — Port City Music Hall closing in Maine, Clutch pressing livestream concert on…

Episode 20: Bandicap: Band name handicap segment, live music rundown, reactions to new Chris Cornell and Gone is Gone, and more

July 24, 2020

In our 20th episode, the pod discusses: Episode intro and setlist, Drake possibly going independent, a live music rundown for the week, reactions to new recorded music from Chris Cornell and Gone is Gone, and for the main se…