In this episode of "Taking Metal", titled "Eating with Frank & Bumblefoot," hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy sit down at New York's Triple Crown Ale House with GUNS N' ROSES members Frank Ferrer and Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal. Topics include "Untouchable", "Chinese Democracy", and exciting new Ace Frehley news. Additional podcast topics include KISS, IRON MAIDEN, TOOL, Honky Toast, Richard Fortus, Tommy Stinson, and Q*Ball. A photo gallery as well as the 35-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location. In addition, a never-before-heard pre-taped interview with Bumblefoot will also be part of "Talking Metal"'s live broadcast from Bionic studios in New York on Tuesday, February 27 from 7-10 PM. In-studio guests will include New York's FIXER. Listen online at this location.


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