Members of ANTHRAX, MEGADETH, GUNS N' ROSES, FEAR FACTORY Discuss 'Van Halen II'

In the latest episode of the "Mars Attacks" podcast, Charlie Benante (ANTHRAX), Gene Hoglan (FEAR FACTORY, DETHKLOK, TESTAMENT), Glen Drover (MEGADETH, KING DIAMOND), Chris Poland (MEGADETH), Alan Tecchio (HADES) and others discuss "Van Halen II". The podcast forms part of the latest "Classic Albums" column featured on the Mars Attacks radio web site.

The podcast can be streamed or downloaded at this location. There you will also find comments from legendary producer Chris Tsangarides, GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, comedian and "That Metal Show" co-host Jim Florentine, Dan Lorenzo of HADES, Steve Smyth of FORBIDDEN, Chad Bowar from About.com Heavy Metal, journalist Greg Prato, Domonic from "Maximum Threshold" radio and members of Y&T, DEATH ANGEL, WHITE WIZZARD, GYPSYHAWK and others.

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