Shockwaves Podcast #7 — featuring interviews with former FEAR FACTORY and current ASESINO guitarist Dino Cazares and metal photographer Kevin Estrada — is available for download at this location (17 MB). Also included are classic interview segments from current ROB ZOMBIE guitarist John 5 and the late, great METAL CHURCH/REVEREND vocalist David Wayne.An exclusive interview with British author Joel McIver, who just released his brand new book "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath", is featured in Shockwaves Podcast #6, which can be downloaded at this location (20 MB). Also included: a classic Ozzy Osbourne interview segment from 1996 and Shockwaves European correspondent Fredrik Hjelm reports from the IRON MAIDEN show outside the Globe arena in Stockholm, Sweden. And test your metal wits once again with 10 classic metal riffs and leads!
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