Audio Interview With Ex-WARRIOR SOUL Singer Posted Online has posted episode 29 of their "Talking Metal" podcast. In this episode, hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy are joined in the studio by former WARRIOR SOUL and current DIRTY RIG frontman Kory Clarke and members of his new project, THE STONED. Rounding out THE STONED, where Clarke plays drums and handles production duties, are lead vocalist Scott T. Dimebagger, bassist Deflon, and guitarist Alex. Coinciding with this holiday podcast is a "Talking Metal" web site holiday contest where the grand prizewinner will receive an 18"x24" signed Ace Frehley poster. First prize is a collection of seven remixed and remastered MEGADETH CDs, second prize is a G3 "Live In Tokyo" DVD and double CD, and ten third-prize winners will each receive TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA CD singles. A photo as well as the 25-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.


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