Video footage of "Talking Metal On Fuse" hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy jamming with Bay Area thrashers EXODUS in New York on a cover of METALLICA's "Seek and Destroy" can be viewed below (courtesy of "craigcefola"). The clip aired on last night's episode of "Talking Metal On Fuse", which brings the number-one heavy metal/hard rock podcast on iTunes to television. Hosted by Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy — the ultimate metal geeks and hard rock aficionados — the program provides a unique perspective and insider's view into the world of metal and hard rock music. Guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak, who is known for his work with HALFORD, SEBASTIAN BACH, TESTAMENT and his own outfit PAINMUSEUM, scored and recorded the music theme for "Talking Metal on Fuse", which airs regularly on Friday nights at midnight EST/9:00 p.m. PST.
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