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10th April 2018

dead daisies

This week's You Spin Me Round show on MetalTalk Radio features The Dead Daisies lead guitarist, Doug Aldrich, who gives us the lowdown on their sensational new album, 'Burn It Down'.

Doug spoke to MetalTalk's Carlan Braid in Glasgow on Sunday night, the opening night of the Daisies 'Burn It Down' world tour, and reveals just what makes this a standout album, along with what the future has in store for this phenomenal band.

Also reviewed tonight are the new albums by LA Guns, 'Live In Milan', and Dead City Ruins, 'Never Say Die'. If you haven't heard tracks from these albums yet, you can do so right here, along with plenty of tracks from 'Burn It Down' which are being aired for the very first time tonight.

You Spin Me Round is MetalTalk's album review show featuring tracks that are being played for the first time with expert commentary by the top Metal reviewers around. The show is presented by Deputy Editor Liz Medhurst and is available to enjoy right here.

Click here to order The Dead Daisies new album, 'Burn It Down'.

3rd floor

Ratt continues to go round'n'round and Edition seven of The 3rd Floor, Minnesota's top rock and Metal show, discusses the latest from what appears to be a sinking ship.

There's plenty of talk about the Dio Hologram as well as live audio reviews the recent of Judas Priest/Saxon/Black Star Riders and Nightwish Concerts and Lita Ford's recent acoustic show. Hosts Wolf and Hollywood ask the question: Why can't bands in Europe that base their sound on the 80s American glam and hard rock sound increase their audience in the US?

Light The Torch and Hardcore Superstar also feature in this week's show, which is right here in full, for your enjoyment:

metaltalk radio

This week's Steve Göldby Talks Metal show features some unbelievable music that you most probably haven't heard before and really should check out.

Stuka Squadron rise from the grave to deliver their brand new track, 'Tell Me Strange Things', while NitroVille's 'Spitfire' is sure to rouse those patriotic fires on the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force.

April brings a mass influx of new albums from great bands, including Cruachan, The Amorettes, Paddy And The Rats, Midnattsol and many more and you can hear tracks from these releases alongside the usual mix of classics and regular features. The show is available to listen to right here:


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