NAPALM DEATH Frontman To Guest On FORBIDDEN Guitarist's 'Omega Wave' Podcast

This Friday, March 4 at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. EST, the "Omega Wave" live podcast will host special guest Mark "Barney" Greenway of NAPALM DEATH. It will then be made available for streaming on demand.

FORBIDDEN, DEMONICA and SPIRALARMS guitarist and songwriter Craig Locicero and his co-host "Barbwire" Bill Shields (former host for "In The Dark Radio", professional wrestler and current ordained minister of the collective conscious) will be taking questions and speaking off-the-cuff on whatever news-related and controversial subject may come up.

The goals of the show are two-fold:

1) To speak to different compelling and controversial lyricists in metal and hard rock weekly. They will be asked about their motivation, their craft, and what exactly inspires them in these challenging times to do what they do. Their thoughts and opinions on the most current affairs and intensely debated issues will also be discussed.

2) Have listeners sit in on a real conversation between good friends without censorship watering those thoughts down. Hosts Bill and Craig will be taking questions and topic suggestions live and will have unfiltered reactions to them in real time. These conversations will not hold back and could get very heated at times, depending on the topic.

Tune in live this Friday to the "Omega Wave" show at this location.

Previous podcasts and guests have included: Jon Schaffer (ICED EARTH, SONS OF LIBERTY), Henrik Ohlsson (SCAR SYMMETRY) and Neil Fallon (CLUTCH). All of them had much different points of view but all generally want the same thing: a better world for our children's children to live in!

Future guests will include Michael Amott and Angela Gossow of ARCH ENEMY, Dave Brockie of GWAR, Maurizio Iacono of KATAKLYSM, Charles Elliott of ABYSMAL DAWN and many more!

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