Monthly Archives: August 2014

Episode 62 – Wake Me If I’m Dreamin’

noizefaktoryHello my loyal lovers of rock! I am sorry that I have been away so long, but I return with many fine gifts to enrich the kingdom!

Since I was away lots of crazy shit has happened, and I am sure that Costas and the Kardasians are behind the entire thing! The world is being pussified, and over run with stupidity and if you trace it all back to the source you will find Bob Costas with his pink eye drooling over the Arminian princesses, and picking the back hair out of his teeth!

This show is packed with new music! Lots of it! We have some great new bands, and some bands that we already know and love who have some great new stuff out for our listening pleasure!

Hour 1 – Steve Stevens’ Atomic Playboys open the show with a track from their lone release called “Soul On Ice”. Monster Truck follows, and a new track from Kyng round out the first block of the show. To all of our surprise I am sure, Wolfmother has a new album out, I have yet to find it on Amazon, but iTunes has it, and says its been out since March! I picked it up, and I was thrilled to hear Andrew’s latest work. He has done a great job on this, and his influences are all over the board on this one. There are new tunes from Royal Blood, Cage The Gods, and Tesla as well. And one of my new discoveries are a band called Radio Moscow, I am loving the album MAGICAL DIRT, so I share some of that with you, and just to make things tasty I mix in a couple of classics from Deep Purple and Mountain.

Hour 2 – After seeing Slash & Myles Kennedy the other night perform an amazing acoustic set for a private show in Tampa, I was very excited to see that another new track has been released from the upcoming WORLD ON FIRE album, its called “30 Years To Life”, and I start the hour with that. John Corabi and Motley Crue follow Slash and friends with “Hooligan’s Holiday”, and English Thorn rounds out the first block. I play you new music from Cinderella guitar slinger Jeff Labar’s new solo release, and more new stuff from Honey, Mach 22, and another US iTunes bonus track from the Rival Sons! Classic Rock magazine is celebrating its 200th issue right now, and inside the monster sized mag they have a list of the 200 greatest songs (in their estimation) that have been released since their birth. California Breed’s amazing “All Falls Down” is on the list, and I close the show with it!

Don’t be a Costas!

Episode 61 – Big Ole Pile Of Them…

noizefaktoryHello all, and welcome back to the Noize Faktory!  We have trimmed back the number of episodes that are sitting on the site.  All of the interview shows, and the last 10 episodes will remain up from here on out, so you will always have at least 10 shows to stream consecutively.  Danny continues to do great work making the site a little better every time we make a change.  More things to come very soon.

Hour 1 – Alice In Chains open the show with a classic of theirs, followed by Dee Snider’s Widowmaker, and a track from the Who Cares charity single featuring Tony Iommi, Ian Gillan, and John Lord.  I follow it up with a block of covers, featuring both vocalists from Motley Crue, and Van Halen.  AC/DC, Clutch, Cage The Gods, and great musical journey from Year Long Disaster round out the hour.

Hour 2 – I start the hour off with a track from Andrew Stockdale’s solo record called “Ghetto”.  I like this one, its a big wall of sound, like his work with Wolfmother.  Whitesnake and WASP finish of the opening block, and then into a new track from the Rival Sons.  The hour finishes with a batch of new music for you.  Royal Blood the Canadian duo return with another tune, The Treatment, and Mach 22 as well.  I also play you a new song from Cinderella guitarst Jeff LaBar, who has a new solo record coming out, and we wrap the show up with an extended live version of “Desire” from the Winery Dogs.

Episode 60 – Something To Remember Me By

noizefaktoryHello my fellow rock minions!  We lost another great guitarist this week in Mr. Dick Wagner.  He is most famous for being Alice Cooper’s co-writer, and ghost guitarist on many albums of the 70s, and his official discography is almost unbelievable.  He was a good man, who I had the pleasure to meet, and he has a must read book called “Not Only Women Bleed”.  Go out and get this one, you will thank me!

Hour 1 – We do a nice tip of the hat to Dick Wagner to start the show.  I offer up a few tracks from Alice Cooper that he was featured on, as well as the Aerosmith classic “Train Kept A Rollin’” and Kiss’ “Sweet Pain”, both of which feature Wagner.  The hour continues to roll with songs from UFO, Montrose, Tesla, and Canadian newcomers Royal Blood.

Hour 2 – Jake E. Lee gets us started with a guest vocal from Sass Jordan, a little Scorpion Child, and Screaming Eagles as well.  I play a dark and brooding track from Motley Crue’s 1994 album, a new one from Honey, and one of my favorites from Leslie West.  I then wrap the hour with tracks from Kadavar, California Breed, Deep Purple, and Queensryche!