ARMORED SAINT's JOHN BUSH, METALLICA 'Philosophy' Book Author Interviewed

Shockwaves/HardRadio Podcast #23 is available for download at this location (M4A file, 33 MB). This episode features a classic metal discussion between podcast host Bob Nalbandian and ANTHRAX/ARMORED SAINT vocalist John Bush. Rather than the standard interview, Nalbandian and Bush each give their insight on some of the much publicized recent classic rock/metal reunions including VAN HALEN, HEAVEN AND HELL, LED ZEPPELIN, QUEEN, ALICE IN CHAINS, THE DOORS and many others. Also on this episode Nalbandian interviews William Irwin, the author/editor of "Metallica and Philosophy: A Crash Course in Brain Surgery". Topics include the philosophical aspects of James Hetfield's lyrics, Napster, the band's forthcoming release and the ongoing debate of METALLICA "selling out."

Watch John Bush being interviewed by Rock Hard magazine at this year's Rock Hard Festival, which was held May 25-27 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany:

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