New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Discussion Featured On New 'Shockwaves Skull Sessions'

For the 21st installment of the "Shockwaves Skull Sessions" podcast, host Bob Nalbandian is joined by three experts on the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) movement — Metal Blade Records CEO Brian Slagel, former publisher/editor of Metal Mania magazine Ron Quintana, and metal enthusiast and Metal Blade Records co-founder John Kornarens. The four discuss and debate over the key artists of that genre and share some riveting early stories from that era including some priceless Lars Ulrich and METALLICA anecdotes. This informative and compelling discussion about the monumental British metal and European metal movement from 1979 through 1982 is available for streaming below.


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