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Doc goes solo on this episode talking about why he took last week off, being super busy with the Bad Wolves album release, rehearsing like mad for an upcoming gig with The Wedding Band, understanding the context of 1st-week record sales in a streaming world, the tragedy at Travis Scott's Astroworld Fest, Marilyn Manson maybe going Christian with Ka…
 
Doc welcomes artist manager Mike Mowery (Ice Nine Kills), entertainment lawyer Eric German (Bad Wolves, Asking Alexandria), and jack-of-all-trades Ryan J. Downey (artist manager, Speak N’ Destroy Podcast, Stream N’ Destroy Newsletter), to the show and they all have a comprehensive discussion about how to analyze streaming numbers alongside traditio…
 
Doc welcomes Ice Nine Kills lead guitarist, Dan Sugarman, to the show and they talk about Dan's successful work as a content creator, how he learned such a high level of guitar playing, putting his all into tech-death band, Fallen Figure, and eventually giving up the band to join As Blood Runs Black, why his mother's health problems led to him leav…
 
Doc welcomes The Agonist vocalist, Vicky Psarakis, to the show and they talk about Vicky getting stereotypical questions from the press for being a woman in metal, dealing with elitism in the scene, what inspired her to become a singer and eventually develop extreme vocals, how she uses her vocals to emote through the music, her early days in The A…
 
Doc welcomes Alicia Taylor, to the show. Alicia is a dancer and founder/director of Cherry Bombs, a female-led rock n roll dance show that mixes cabaret, pyrotechnics, and pure spectacle. They talk about what she thinks Cherry Bombs actually is, her background as a cheerleader for the NFL team, Atlanta Falcons, what inspired her to start Cherry Bom…
 
Doc welcomes film director, David Yarovesky aka Yarvo, to the show and they talk about David making a name for himself as music video director for bands like Korn, how he got his first break doing a fundraiser party that attracted supporters like Wes Craven, Matt Parker, and Trey Stone, the litany of difficulties and challenges that go along with n…
 
Doc welcomes Alter Bridge and Creed guitarist, Mark Tremonti, to the show and they talk about working on his new solo album, the secret to his very organized writing process, his thoughts on Creed's legacy, dealing with the critical backlash of being in such a big band, how starting Alter Bridge was a chance to do something totally different from C…
 
Doc welcomes Exodus guitarist, Gary Holt, to the show and they talk about the challenges of navigating a divisive social media landscape, recording the new Exodus album with mutual friend and colleague, Steve Lagudi, the secret to the "Gary Holt guitar sound", how he adjusted his playing and sound in his time playing with Slayer, how playing with S…
 
Doc welcomes Spirit Adrift guitarist and vocalist, Nate Garrett, to the show, and they talk about getting out there and seeing live music again, how he started Spirit Adrift originally as a one-man band, getting his drum chops up to snuff to record the first album, his time with the band Gatecreeper, why he quit drinking and chose a sober life, wha…
 
Doc welcomes guitarist, Marc Rizzo, to the show for the second time, and they talk about Marc's recent exit from Soulfly after 18 years, the online drama and back and forth between him and the Soulfly camp, the difficulty he experienced during the pandemic, the ethics of how bands should regard hired members, his open schedule allowing him to relau…
 
Doc welcomes producer, songwriter, and singer/guitarist for the band Ra, Sahaj Ticotin, back to the show for the 2nd time, and they talk about Sahaj's move to Fort Wayne, Indiana, what he didn't like about LA, his tendency to over-schedule himself, how he came to do lead vocals for the 2nd Meytal album, getting comfortable with touring again on the…
 
Doc welcomes Periphery drummer and co-founder of GetGood Drums, Matt Halpern, to the show and they talk about Periphery's approach to writing and recording a new album during the pandemic, the secret to the band's chemistry, how he balances his naturalistic drumming style with the more computerized modern technology of digital drum programs, what i…
 
Doc welcomes Chad Johnson, co-founder of Furnace Fest, Takehold Records and former A&R of Tooth & Nail Records, to the show, and they talk about the possibility of nostalgia inspiring the revival of Furnace Fest, the challenge of having to reschedule the fest multiple times due to Covid-19, the influence of his Christian background and the Christia…
 
Doc welcomes heavy music producer, Zeuss, to the show and they talk about Zeuss coming up in his early days in Western Massachusetts as a guitar player who eventually taught himself to record bands, how he met the guys in Shadows Fall, what it was like working on and developing the music for Determination with God Forbid, why he thinks the album an…
 
Doc welcomes Static-X, Fear Factory, and Asesino bassist, Tony Campos, to the show, and they talk about Tony's early years in LA playing with death metal band, Dominion, how he met the Wayne and started Static-X, how they experimented with different styles before finding their sound, what achieving success so quickly with the band was like, touring…
 
Doc welcomes David Sanchez, vocalist/guitarist of Havok and host of the "Riffs or Die" podcast, to the show as they do a podswap episode where this conversation will be featured on both "Riffs or Die" and "The Ex-Man". They talk about Havok releasing their most recent album, V, during the pandemic, their philosophies on guitar, and debate many issu…
 
Doc welcomes former Monuments guitarist, Olly Steele, to the show and they talk about dealing with life in the pandemic, how he discovered metal through metalcore and the NWOAHM, what it was like as a black kid in the UK who was into metal, how he joined Monuments, his thoughts on the gear nerd culture of Djent, his philosophy on guitar and music, …
 
Doc welcomes Twisted Sister frontman, Dee Snider, to the show and they talk about Twisted Sister's early days as a blue-collar cover band on Long Island, how toiling as a bar band shaped his work ethic as a performer, the tension between Dee and Jay Jay French, what it felt like to finally achieve success, why he went broke during the 90s, how adve…
 
Doc welcomes former God Forbid guitarist, Matt Wicklund, to the show and they talk about Matt's move to Sofia, Bulgaria, how he got involved in the metal scene as a teenager in Seattle, his time playing with metalcore/thrash band, Himsa, how a tumultuous marriage brought him to Los Angeles, how he ended up joining God Forbid, what the creative proc…
 
Doc welcomes artist manager, Justin Arcangel, to the show and they talk about Doc's experience with Bad Wolves taking off, the current state of the heavy music scene, Justin getting into the business as a lawyer, how he discovered Trivium, how they dealt with early success, working with bands that didn't make it like Seemless and Sanctity, why he j…
 
Doc welcomes former Judas Priest guitarist, K.K. Downing, to the show and they talk about K.K. being inspired by American blues artists as a young man in Birmingham, UK, how Jimi Hendrex laid the foundation for hard rock and metal, how his writing process has evolved over the years, why he is still just as much a fan of metal and rock as he is a cr…
 
Doc spends this answering questions from fans, friends, and listeners of the show. He talks band life, his favorite movies, gives advice for up-and-coming bands, and more. Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Doc welcomes Fury of Five frontman, Stikman aka James Ismean, to the show and they talk about how Fury of Five befriended the God Forbid guys in the early days in the NJ hardcore scene, how James' rough and abusive upbringing led to him spending some time in prison, how prison shaped his mind and body, how Fury of Five came together, what motivated…
 
Doc welcomes Alluvial guitarist and backing vocalist, Wes Hauch, to the show and they talk about Wes growing up in the mountains of conservative Southern California, discovering heavy underground shows through the Christian hardcore scene, how getting into trouble as a young man led him to join the military, how his time serving in Iraq affected hi…
 
Doc welcomes Fear Factory guitarist, Dino Cazares, to the show and they talk about the issues they've had with each other over the last few years, the secret to Dino's guitar tone and his stolen modded Marshall, why he felt Steve Vai left some key players like himself out when giving credit for the 7 string guitar taking off, how Fear Factory was a…
 
Doc welcomes Slipknot bassist, Alessandro Venturella aka Vman, to the show and they talk about Vman coming up in the UK scene with metalcore band Cry For Silence as a lead guitarist, how he ended up working as a guitar tech for bands like Sikth, Architects and Mastodon, what the process of getting the gig in Slipknot was like, how he approaches bas…
 
"The Art of Processing Grief" is a monologue by Ex-Man host, Doc Coyle, about losing his father recently, and how it relates to also losing his mother a year earlier the George Floyd verdict, feeling alienated from social media, and re-entering a post-pandemic world. This episode features the song "Trouble" by Coldplay. Follow Doc on Instagram and …
 
Doc welcomes Founder and CEO of Sumerian Records and Films, Ash Avildsen, to the show and they talk about Ash's time as vocalist for metalcore band, Reflux, how he got into booking shows and eventually became a booking agent, what inspired him to start a record label, his influence on the deathcore and Djent scenes from a label and touring standpoi…
 
Doc welcomes Anthrax and Shadows Fall lead guitarist, Jon Donais, to the show and they talk about Jon's start with metalcore band, Aftershock, in Western Massachusetts, what it was like being a metalhead in the hardcore scene, how Shadows Fall came together, and why they split with Phil Labonte, the legend of his alter ego, "Jonny Rock N Roll", how…
 
Doc welcomes Alter Bridge/Slash vocalist and guitarist, Myles Kennedy, to the show, and they talk about Myles' guitar shredder days in music college, how playing with jazz-fusion band, Cosmic Dust led to him fronting funk-R&B ensemble, Citizen Swing, necessity and pragmatism leading him to develop his vocal ability, breaking out on a major label wi…
 
Doc welcomes Vision of Disorder vocalist, Tim Williams, to the show and they talk about VOD's early days as metal fans who stumbled into the hardcore scene, how classic rock music influenced his vocals, how VOD eventually broke out, signed to Roadrunner, and toured Ozzfest, how the band changed on their sophomore album, Imprint, how touring with bi…
 
Doc welcomes comic artist and guitarist, Nelson Blake II, to the show for the third time. They discuss the differences between the American free market-based capitalist economic system that limits trends like unions, wealth redistribution, or over-dependence on welfare, and compares it to the highly regulated systems of professional sports leagues …
 
Doc welcomes Terror vocalist, Scott Vogel, to the show and they talk about how the two met in the late 90s hardcore scene, what tied the bands together despite differences in sound, what drew Scott to this lifestyle, his formative days discovering music, having recurring issues which led to his bands Slugfest and Despair breaking up, how Buried Ali…
 
Doc welcomes Butcher Babies vocalist, Carla Harvey, to the show and they talk about connecting on both being bi-racial in the metal scene, what her early time in LA was like as an actor and model who was looking to do music, the challenges women deal with in the entertainment industry, how she met Heidi and Henry and started Butcher Babies, how the…
 
In this landmark 150th episode of The Ex-Man Podcast, Doc welcomes for his first time ever on a podcast, Mudvayne bassist, Ryan Martinie to the show. They talk about how growing up in the rural midwest affected heavy music during that era, how his style of "lead bass" grew into the early Mudvayne sound, why he thinks they had so much early success …
 
Doc welcomes musician and actress, Jessica Pimentel, to the show, and they talk about the period when Doc and she met, both as struggling artists bartending to pay bills in New York, her training as an actor and concert violinist as a very young girl, dealing with fame, how New York City shaped her work ethic and values, how she joined extreme meta…
 
Doc welcomes God Forbid guitarist and vocalist, Dallas Coyle, Vagus Nerve vocalist, Sterling. R Jackson, and Bad Wolves drummer, John Boecklin, to the show. In part 2 of a 2 part series, they go into detail about the writing and recording of Doc's favorite songs from his career including "The New Clear" and "Move On" by God Forbid, "So Very Divine"…
 
Doc welcomes God Forbid bandmates, Byron Davis, Corey Pierce, and making his first appearance on the Ex-Man, Doc's brother, Dallas Coyle, to the show. They go into detail about the writing and recording of Doc's favorite songs from the first 4 God Forbid albums, "Weather The Storm", "Dead Words On Deaf Ears", "Washed Out World", and "Crucify Your B…
 
Doc welcomes Volbeat guitarist, Rob Caggiano, to the show and they talk about how Rob got his start in New York with nu metal band, Boiler Room, why the band breaking up made him focus on producing records, how he hustled to get the gig in Anthrax, his unceremonious exit from Anthrax, which led him to form and thrive with the production team, Scrap…
 
Doc welcomes The Ghost Inside drummer, Andrew Tkaczyk, to the show and they talk about his disillusion with the hardcore scene, getting his start with metalcore band, For The Fallen Dreams, why he left that band and eventually joined The Ghost Inside, what he thinks makes TGI special, how his positive attitude helped him overcome losing part of his…
 
Doc welcomes King's X vocalist and bassist, Dug Pinnick, to the show and they talk about Dug's Christian upbringing, how he discovered music and had a natural talent for singing, using music to deal with receiving a lack of love and attention as a child, what attracted him to the bass guitar, dealing with racism in the 1960s, how he avoided getting…
 
Doc welcomes Papa Roach guitarist, Jerry Horton, to the show and they talk about adjusting the band's writing and recording schedule due to the pandemic, how they were mislabeled as a "nu metal" band in their early days, how staying healthy and sober on tour helped him deal with the pitfalls of success, how their sound and image evolved with the ch…
 
Doc welcomes Periphery guitarist, Mark Holcomb, to the show and they talk about his early days with Haunted Shores in the DC area, how he ended up joining Periphery, what it was like fitting in with a band that already had an established sound, what he thinks makes the Djent scene special, how Periphery evolved as a live band throughout the years, …
 
Doc welcomes writer, journalist, and labor advocate, Kim Kelly, to the show and they talk about her entry point in the music industry starting her own PR company, why she connects to underground black metal and became engaged with the racial politics within the subgenre, her thoughts on cancel culture within the metal scene, being laid off by Vice …
 
Doc welcomes founder of Megaforce Records, Jon Zazula, to the show, and they talk about his time before Megaforce, being sent to prison for crimes committed when he worked in finance, how he got on the straight and narrow by getting into selling heavy metal vinyl at the Route 18 Flea Market in New Jersey, discovering Metallica and Anthrax in the ea…
 
Doc welcomes ex-Arch Enemy singer, Angela Gossow, to the show and they talk about how she got into death metal and inspired to become an extreme vocalist, what the process of being introduced as the new lead singer of Arch Enemy was like, the impact of her debut AE album, Wages of Sin, the shock value of having such a brutal voice and also an attra…
 
Doc welcomes All That Remains vocalist, Phil Labonte, to the show for the 4th time and they discuss the 2020 Presidential Election and a multitude of subjects pertaining to politics and social issues facing the world. This episode features the songs "It's The End Of The World...Know It (And I Feel Fine) by R.E.M. and "We Didn't Start The Fire" by B…
 
Doc welcomes SiriusXM satellite radio programmer and host, Jose Mangin, to the show and they talk about how he got started in college radio while going to school to become a pharmacist, his first gig in the music industry working for TVT Records, how he got the job at Sirius, what drives his authentic passion for heavy metal, using his platform to …
 
Doc welcomes legendary drummer, Dave Lombardo, to the show and they talk about how busy Dave has been during the pandemic working with Mr. Bungle and other projects, how figures like Mike Patton and John Zorn have expanded his musical prowess, how his early days with Slayer innovated drumming as well as extreme music, how Rick Rubin helped the band…
 
Doc welcomes his father, Kevin Coyle, to the show and they talk about Kevin's childhood growing up in New Jersey, how he into playing piano and discovered jazz, what attracted him to American black culture and music, meeting my mother, dealing with racism as an interracial couple, the difficulty of raising two children as a working musician, how he…
 
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