The latest episode of "Talking Metal", entitled "Best of VH1 Rock Honors 2006", features the podcast premiere of interviews host John Ostronomy conducted with GODSMACK and FOO FIGHTERS as well as "black carpet" interviews Ostronomy conducted with Ian Hill, K.K. Downing, and Scott Travis of JUDAS PRIEST, Joe Elliott and Phil Collen of DEF LEPPARD, Vince Neil of MÖTLEY CRÜE, Dave Grohl of FOO FIGHTERS, Scott Ian of ANTHRAX, Rob Zombie, John 5, Jim Breuer, and former GUNS N' ROSES/current ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA guitarist Gilby Clarke. Ostronomy and co-host Mark Strigl also cover such topics as Rob Halford, PROBOT, Lemmy, Tommy Lee, Ace Frehley, Bumblefoot, Ville Valo, Ozzy Osbourne, and the 2007 edition of VH1's "Rock Honors". The 40-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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