ZAKK WYLDE, BUMBLEFOOT To Guest On Next Week's 'Talking Metal On Fuse'

Zakk Wylde (OZZY OSBOURNE, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY) and Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (GUNS N' ROSES) will guest on next week's "Talking Metal on Fuse". The episode will air on Friday, March 21 at midnight EST/9:00 p.m. PST.

"Talking Metal on Fuse" is the show 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.

Here are all the March 21 episode details: "What starts as a simple interview turns into a recording session when Zakk Wylde holds the 'Talking Metal' crew hostage to record a brand new song with Bumblefoot of GUNS N' ROSES. John, Mark and Zakk perform BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's 'Blood is Thicker than Water' and the 'TM' exclusive jam of 'Till The End'."

"Talking Metal on Fuse" airs regularly on Friday nights at midnight EST/9:00 p.m. PST.


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