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That Metal Show

All Episodes

  • Ended
  • VH1 Classics
  • 2008-11-15T08:00:00Z
  • 60 mins
  • 4 days, 13 hours, 58 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Talk Show, Special Interest
That Metal Show is a talk show hosted by Eddie Trunk with co-hosts Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson. It premiered on VH1 Classic on November 15, 2008. New episodes air on VH1 Classic on Saturday nights and are rebroadcast throughout the week. The show focuses on discussions about "all things hard rock and heavy metal", past and present. Among the regular segments are round table discussions and debates between the three regular hosts, interviews with heavy metal musicians, "Stump the Trunk," where audience members ask trivia questions of host Eddie Trunk, and "The Throwdown," where the hosts and guests debate great moments and figures in metal history.

138 episodes

1x01 Lita Ford

  • Series Premiere

    2008-11-16T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Lita Ford is interviewed and talks about why she took a 15 year hiatus from the music industry; in the Throwdown the guest and the hosts debate who was the best Van Halen frontman: David Lee Roth or Sammy Hagar; Don and Jim go to a Van Halen concert at Madison Square Garden and try to trick fans into thinking they're talking to Eddie Van Halen.

1x02 Yngwie Malmsteen

  • 2008-11-23T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Yngwie Malmsteen is interviewed; Don and Jim get day jobs at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who was the most influential hard rock band: Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath.

1x03 Twisted Sister

  • 2008-11-30T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Dee Snider and Jay Jay French from Twisted Sister are interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who has the most loyal fans: KISS or Rush.

1x04 Mike Portnoy

  • 2008-12-07T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy is interviewed and talks about Dream Theater's fan base, being inducted into the Modern Drummers Hall of Fame; the hosts go to East Side Ink and try to trick Eddie into getting a UFO tattoo; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's better: Britny Fox or Britney Spears.

1x05 Mike Piazza

  • 2008-12-14T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Former MLB player Mike Piazza is interviewed; Eddie and Jim interview AC/DC's Brian Johnson and Angus Young; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's better: Judas Priest or Iron Maiden.

1x06 Ace Frehley

  • 2008-12-21T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Ace Frehley original and former member of KISS is interviewed and talks about relaunching his solo career, how he came to use effects and fireworks on his guitar and how he feels about KISS tribute bands; Don and Jim go to the Bowery Ballroom to see local tribute bands and how they stack-up against the original bands; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who was the best front man for Black Sabbath: Ozzy Osbourne or Ronnie James Dio.

1x07 Rush

  • 2008-12-28T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson from Rush are interviewed and talk about if they are bothered by the fact they haven't been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, being in Rock Band 2 and if their touring rituals have changed in the 30 plus years they've been together; in the Throwdown the hosts and guests debate who was the hottest 80's video vixen: Tawny Kitaen or Bobbie Brown.

1x08 The Best of the First Season

  • 2009-01-11T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

TMS hosts look back at the first season, including Don and Jim going to a Van Halen Concert; memorable moments from the guest interviews; the best moments from Stump the Trunk; and outtakes from Don and Jim trying to trick Eddie into getting a UFO tattoo.

2x01 Vinnie Paul

  • Season Premiere

    2009-03-08T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Vinnie Paul drummer from Pantera is interviewed and talks about the death of his brother Dimebag Darrell and producing albums for his new record company Big Vin Records; Don and Jim hold open auditions to find a Miss Box of Junk girl; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which Metallica is better: old school or new school.

2x02 Anthrax

  • 2009-03-15T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Frankie Bello bassist from Anthrax is interviewed; Don and Jim interview Anthrax at the Red Bull Snowscrapers festival; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which is the better debut album Van Halen's Van Halen or Guns N' Roses' Appetite for Destruction.

2x03 Extreme

  • 2009-03-22T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Nuno Bettencourt and Gary Cherone from Extreme are interviewed; Don and Jim head to London and try to trick fans of Motörhead into thinking that they're talking to members of the band; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which is the meaner album: Pantera's Vulgar Display of Power or Slayer's Reign in Blood.

2x04 Anvil

  • 2009-03-29T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Steve Kudlow and Robb Reiner from Anvil are interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests debate which guitarist has the best solo: Eddie Van Halen in Van Halen's "Eruption" or Randy Rhodes in Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train."

2x05 Duff McKagen

  • 2009-04-05T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Duff McKagen former Guns N' Roses bassist is interviewed and talks about his current band Loaded, the early days of Guns N' Roses; how he started to write a finance column for Playboy; Don and Jim class up TMS by sitting down with Lemmy from Motörhead for some high tea; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which is the best Ozzy Osbourne: Black Sabbath era or his solo era.

2x06 Geoff Tate

  • 2009-04-12T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Geoff Tate frontman of Queensrÿche is interviewed and talks about the band's new album American Soldier, Eddie goes on the road to interview Lars Ulrich and talk about Metallica's new album Death Magnetic; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which decade had the best hard rock and heavy metal: the 1970's or 1980's.

2x07 Scott Gorham

  • 2009-04-19T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Scott Gorham guitarist from Thin Lizzy is interviewed; Eddie is given an "Eddie Trunk Day" at Vintage Vinyl, while Don and Jim play security guards to protect him from the unruly metalheads; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who was the better replacement singer Sammy Hagar in Van Halen or Brian Johnson in AC/DC; and Andrew Dice Clay tries to Stump the Trunk.

2x08 Heaven & Hell

  • 2009-04-26T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Ronnie James Dio and Geezer Butler from Heaven & Hell and Black Sabbath are interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests hosts debate who's the better drummer: Carmine Appice or Vinny Appice.

2x09 Download Festival '09

  • 2009-07-19T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Tesla performs "Signs"; Def Leppard performs "Hysteria", "Animal", "Armageddon It" and "Pour Some Sugar on Me."

3x01 Anvil

  • Season Premiere

    2009-10-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Broadcasting from the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City. Steve Kudlow, Robb Reiner and Glenn Five from Anvil are interviewed, later Sacha Gervasi director of Anvil: The Story of Anvil is interviewed; Anvil performs "March of the Crabs" and "Metal on Metal"; Phil Anselmo of Pantera shows off his Anvil knowledge; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which was the better line-up of Motörhead: the Ace of Spades era or the Motörizer era.

3x02 Rob Halford

  • 2009-10-11T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Judas Priest front man Rob Halford is interviewed and talks about the 30th anniversary of British Steel; Don and Jim head to Trash and Vaudeville in New York City to get a heavy metal make over; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who was the best lead singer of Rainbow: Ronnie James Dio or Joe Lynn Turner.

3x03 Chris Jericho

  • 2009-10-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Fozzy front man and former WWE Champion Chris Jericho is interviewed and talks about how he and Eddie came up with the idea for a show that would morph into TMS, Fozzy's new album Chasing the Grail; the hosts meet up with Dave Lombardo and Kerry King from Slayer and they review albums from the hosts' personal collection; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's the greatest heavy metal singer: Rob Halford or Bruce Dickinson.

3x04 Overkill

  • 2009-10-25T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Bobby Ellsworth and D.D. Verni from Overkill are interviewed; Eddie and Don play 10 questions with Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who had the best metal duet: Ozzy Osbourne and Lita Ford with "Close My Eyes Forever" or Ozzy Osbourne and Miss Piggy with "Born to Be Wild."

3x05 Blackie Lawless

  • 2009-11-01T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Blackie Lawless lead singer and guitarist for W.A.S.P. is interviewed; Eddie and Jim take a backstage tour of Alice Cooper's infamous stage show as he prepares for his "Tour of Terror"; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which KISS live album is better: Alive! or Alive II.

3x06 Steve Vai

  • 2009-11-08T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Steve Vai is interviewed; Eddie and Don hit the road to interview the members of Chickenfoot; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which was the best era for the Scorpions: 1970's or 1980's.

3x07 Jamey Jasta

  • 2009-11-15T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Jamey Jasta front man from Hatebreed is interviewed; Eddie and Don ask Lemmy 10 questions; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who had the wildest autobiography Walk This Way about Aerosmith or The Dirt about Mötley Crüe.

3x08 Ratt

  • 2009-11-22T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Stephen Pearcy and Warren DeMartini from Ratt are interviewed; the hosts meet up with Joe Perry and he reviews albums from Aerosmith's past; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who had the best debut album: Poison with Look What the Cat Dragged In or Cinderella with Night Songs.

3x09 Peter Criss

  • 2009-11-29T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

KISS original drummer Peter Criss is interviewed and talks about the infamous merchandising practices of KISS, his successful bout against breast cancer, his relationship with Ace Frehley and his thoughts on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; Don and Jim take Miss Box of Junk Keri Leigh Tucker out for a night on the town; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who had the best rock instrumental: Rush with "YYZ" or Led Zeppelin with "Moby Dick."

4x01 Dave Mustaine

  • Season Premiere

    2010-02-07T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Dave Mustaine, lead guitarist and lead vocalist for Megadeth is interviewed and talks about if the Big 4 tour will ever come stateside, staying in touch and being more accessible with his fans; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate over who is the best German metal band: Scorpions or Accept; Jim Florentine rants about the sensitivity of some TMS viewers.

4x02 Joey Kramer

  • 2010-02-14T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Joey Kramer, drummer from Aerosmith is interviewed and talks about what the future of Aerosmith is, his new book Hit Hard, coming to grips that Steven Tyler and Joe Perry would be the focal points of Aerosmith, if the band made better albums and songs when everybody was using drugs; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who was the best theatrical rock band: Alice Cooper or KISS.

4x03 Accept

  • 2010-02-21T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Wolf Hoffmann and Mark Tornillo from Accept are interviewed; Don and Jim open up for Twisted Sister's Christmas show that allow admittance of all ages and they try to perform clean material; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate what's the better album: AC/DC's Back in Black or Black Sabbath's Heaven & Hell.

4x04 Joe Lynn Turner

  • 2010-02-28T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Joe Lynn Turner, former frontman for Rainbow and Deep Purple is interviewed; Don and Jim babysit Eddie's children after VH1 Classic gives Eddie and his wife a night out on the town; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's the best guitarist: Ritchie Blackmore or Yngwie Malmsteen; and Eddie rants about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

4x05 Scott Ian & Pearl

  • 2010-03-14T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Scott Ian, guitarist from Anthrax is interviewed and talks about performing at Sonisphere and reuniting with former Anthrax vocalist John Bush, doing the Big 4 concert with Megadeth, Slayer and Metallica; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who was the best singer for Anthrax: John Bush or Joey Belladonna; Pearl is also interviewed and talks about her debut album, touring with Velvet Revolver and Mötley Crüe, being married to Scott Ian and being the daughter of Meat Loaf.

4x06 Rudy Sarzo

  • 2010-03-21T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Quiet Riot bassist Rudy Sarzo is interviewed and talks about his new book Off the Rails, his relationship with Randy Rhodes and what Ozzy Osbourne would used to do to ice machines found in hotels; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's the best frontman in hard rock: Van Halen's David Lee Roth or Aerosmith's Steven Tyler.

4x07 Brian Posehn

  • 2010-03-28T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Comedian Brian Posehn is interviewed; Kirk Windstein from Kingdom of Sorrow gets a tattoo of the TMS logo on his chest; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's the best band out of metal's big four: Anthrax, Metallica, Megadeth or Slayer.

4x08 Winger

  • 2010-04-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Kip Winger and Reb Beach from Winger are interviewed and talk about how looks influenced the band in the 1980's because of MTV, being made fun of on Beavis and Butthead, the bands friction with Metallica; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who's the best metal reality star: Ozzy Osbourne or Bret Michaels; Trunk, Florentine and Jamieson do a special three minute episode of TMS at a fan's house featuring a short interview with Anthrax's Frank Bello; and Don Jamieson rants about metal fans being picky about their music.

4x09 Joe Satriani

  • 2010-04-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Joe Satriani is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's the best heavy metal guitarist: Megadeth's Dave Mustaine or Metallica's Kirk Hammett.

4x10 Scrap Metal

  • 2010-04-25T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Outtakes and extras from season four, including Scott Ian telling the story about the first time he met Meat Loaf when he was dating his daughter; the return of Joe the Van Halen fan where Don and Jim continue to confuse him; and the complete season four results of Stump the Trunk.

5x01 Lemmy

  • Season Premiere

    2010-05-09T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Lemmy, vocalist and bassist from Motörhead is interviewed and talks about collaborating with Dave Grohl and Ozzy Osbourne, how he doesn't want to do a retrospective tour to celebrate the anniversary of Ace of Spades; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate who's the best metal bassist: Steve Harris from Iron Maiden or Geezer Butler from Black Sabbath.

5x02 Zakk Wylde

  • 2010-05-16T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Zakk Wylde, lead guitarist and vocalist for Black Label Society is interviewed and talks about his recent health scare, his current relationship with Ozzy Osbourne, his favorite album from working with Ozzy; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which was the best Ozzy Osbourne/Randy Rhodes album Blizzard of Ozz or Diary of a Madman.

5x03 Rob Halford

  • 2010-05-23T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Rob Halford, lead vocalist for Judas Priest is interviewed and talks about the 30th anniversary of Priest's landmark album British Steel; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which is Rob Halford's best non-Judas Priest project is: Fight or Halford.

5x04 Adler's Appetite

  • 2010-06-06T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Steven Adler and Chip Z'Nuff from Adler's Appetite are interviewed and talk about how they met, working for High Times, how Steven Adler is dealing with his drug addiction and if the original lineup of Gun N' Roses will ever reunite; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which is the best hard rock album: AC/DC's Back in Black or Guns N' Roses' Appetite for Destruction .

5x05 Alice Cooper

  • 2010-06-13T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Alice Cooper is interviewed and talks about performing drunk and the injuries he sustained from doing so, when he went to rehab in 1980 that turned out to be an insane asylum, if it bothers him that he isn't in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate if either Rob Zombie or Marilyn Manson is the better offspring of Alice's stage show.

5x06 Rob Zombie

  • 2010-06-20T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Rob Zombie is interviewed and talks about how he manages to split time between his music and directing careers, his musical influences in Alice Cooper; in the Throwdown the guest and hosts debate which is the best horror film franchise Halloween or Saw.

5x07 Dokken

  • 2010-06-27T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Don Dokken and George Lynch from Dokken are interviewed and talk about how their relationship is and how the combination of their record company, drugs and alcohol strained their friendship, which led to Lynch being fired from Dokken; Don and Jim hit the streets of Los Angeles to check Hollywood's metal IQ; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who was the best 80's hard rock singer/guitar combo: David Lee Roth and Eddie Van Halen from Van Halen or Axl Rose and Slash from Guns N' Roses.

5x08 Slayer

  • 2010-07-11T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Dave Lombardo and Kerry King from Slayer are interviewed and talk about their rabid fan base, the health of band mate Tom Araya who suffered a back injury; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate what Slayer album is the best: Reign in Blood or South of Heaven; former and original Iron Maiden vocalist Paul Di'Anno gets asked 10 Questions.

5x09 Scrap Metal II

  • 2010-07-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Outtakes and extras from season five, including the members of Dokken telling a story how they got into a fight over a bagel; Stephen Adler talking about his drug addiction; clips of Zakk Wylde making fun of the hosts; and exclusive footage from the TMS green room.

6x01 Tribute to Ronnie James Dio

  • Season Premiere

    2010-10-17T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

In the season six premiere TMS pays tribute to metal god and icon Ronnie James Dio; Geezer Butler and Vinny Appice from Black Sabbath and Heaven and Hell talk about the passing of Ronnie James Dio; Wendy Dio talks about how she met Ronnie James Dio and their marriage; Rob Halford and Tom Morello talk about the musical influences Ronnie James Dio have had on them; in the Throwdown the hosts, Halford and Morello debate which Ronnie James Dio band was the best: Rainbow or Black Sabbath; and Craig Goldy, former Dio guitarist, is featured as the guest guitarist.

Michael Anthony, former Van Halen bassist is interviewed and talks about if he knows why he isn't in Van Halen anymore, the differences between Eddie Van Halen and Joe Satriani; Kip Winger and Carrie Keagan are interviewed and talk about their new show Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp; in the Throwdown the hosts and guests debate which Van Halen album was the best: 1984 or 5150; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of live albums; and the guest guitarist features Tracii Guns.

6x03 Philip Anselmo & Bruce Kulick

  • 2010-10-31T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Philip Anselmo, lead vocalist for Pantera is interviewed and talks about the anniversary of Cowboys from Hell, how the band got their first record deal; Bruce Kulick, former KISS guitarist is interviewed and talks about his new album BK3; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which band would be considered in the Big 4, if it was expanded to the Big 5: Overkill, Exodus or Testament; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of album covers; and the guest guitarist features George Lynch.

6x04 Phil Collen & Frankie Banali

  • 2010-11-07T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Phil Collen, lead guitarist from Def Leppard is interviewed; Frankie Banali, drummer for Quiet Riot is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which Def Leppard album was better: High 'n' Dry or Pyromania; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of power ballads; and the guest guitarist features Richie Kotzen.

6x05 Tesla & Chuck Billy

  • 2010-11-14T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Jeff Keith and Frank Hannon from Tesla are interviewed; Chuck Billy, vocalist for Testament is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which was the best hard rock acoustic song: "Signs" by Tesla or "Patience" by Guns N' Roses; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of band logos; and the guest guitarist features Tracii Guns.

6x06 Bill Ward & Glenn Danzig

  • 2010-11-21T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Bill Ward, drummer and a founding member of Black Sabbath is interviewed; Glenn Danzig is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which album is better: Ozzy Osbourne's Blizzard of Ozz or Black Sabbath's Heaven and Hell; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of debut albums; and the guest guitarist features Richie Kotzen.

6x07 Jason Bonham & Rikki Rockett

  • 2010-11-28T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Jason Bonham, son of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham and drummer for Black Country Communion is interviewed; Rikki Rockett, drummer for Poison is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which Led Zeppelin album was the best: Led Zeppelin II or Led Zeppelin IV; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of metal guitarists; and the guest guitarist features Craig Goldy.

6x08 Slash & Myles Kennedy

  • 2010-12-05T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Slash is interviewed and talks about his new album Slash, working with different singers on the album, if he would rather work with Axl Rose or Scott Weiland again; Myles Kennedy from Alter Bridge is interviewed; in the the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which Slash Band was better: Slash's Snakepit or Velvet Revolver; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of thrash albums; and the guest guitarist features George Lynch.

6x09 Scrap Metal III

  • 2010-12-12T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

The hosts look back at show outtakes and backstage footage from the sixth season of TMS.

7x01 Kirk Hammett & Uli Jon Roth

  • Season Premiere

    2011-03-20T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Kirk Hammett lead guitarist for Metallica is interviewed and talks about his surfing habits, his obsession with horror film collectibles, and if it was hard for him to leave Exodus to join Metallica; Uli Jon Roth is interviewed and talks about his time with the Scorpions; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which of the Big Four has the best body of recorded work: Megadeth, Anthrax, Metallica or Slayer; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of metal albums they would recommend; guest guitarist features Doug Aldrich from White Snake.

7x02 Ace Frehley & Billy Sheehan

  • 2011-03-27T03:00:00Z — 42 mins

Ace Frehley, original guitarist from KISS is interviewed; Billy Sheehan, bassist for Mr. Big is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who was the better guitarist associated with Ozzy Osbourne: Jake E. Lee or Zakk Wylde; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of the bands that have the best stage antics; guest guitarist features Gilby Clarke from Guns N' Roses.

7x03 David Coverdale & Lita Ford

  • 2011-04-03T03:00:00Z — 42 mins

David Coverdale and Lita Ford are interviewed. In the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which is the best Whitesnake album: Slide It In or Whitesnake. In the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of glam bands.Guest Doug Aldrich from Whitesnake.

7x04 Chris Jericho & Yngwie Malmsteen

  • 2011-04-10T03:00:00Z — 42 mins

Chris Jericho frontman for Fozzy and former WWE Champion is interviewed; Yngwie Malmsteen is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate who is the better band: Queen or Queensrÿche; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of best sophomore albums; guest guitarist features Gilby Clarke from Guns N' Roses.

7x05 Duff McKagan & Glenn Hughes

  • 2011-04-17T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Duff McKagan fromer Guns N' Roses bassist is interviewed and talks about if Velvet Revolver has found a new singer and playing again with Axl Rose; Glenn Hughes from Black Country Communion is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which was the best era of Deep Purple: Fireball/Machine Head era or Burn/Stormbringer era; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of best heavy metal drummers; guest bassist features Billy Sheehan from Mr. Big.

Matt Sorum, Velvet Revolver drummer and Cherie Currie, former Runaways lead vocalist is interviewed and talk about their new project they are working together on; Joey Belladonna, lead vocalist for Anthrax is interviewed; comedian Jim Norton is interviewed; Brian Posehn tries to Stump the Trunk; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which Mötley Crüe is better Too Fast for Love or Shout at the Devil; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of metal bassists; guest guitarist features Paul Gilbert from Mr. Big.

7x07 Sebastian Bach & Anvil

  • 2011-05-01T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Sebastian Bach is interviewed; Steve Kudlow and Robb Reiner from Anvil are interviewed; Sacha Gervasi and Sebastian Bach try to Stump the Trunk; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which Canadian band is the best, that's not named Rush; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of bands that should have been huge; guest guitarist features Paul Gilbert from Mr. Big.

7x08 Carmine Appice & Dave Meniketti

  • 2011-05-08T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Carmine Appice is interviewed; Dave Meniketti singer and guitarist for Y&T is interviewed; in the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which was the best 90's band: Alice in Chains, Soundgarden or Rage Against the Machine; in the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of best frontmen; guest bassist features Billy Sheehan from Mr. Big.

8x01 Tony Iommi

  • Season Premiere

    2011-08-21T03:00:00Z — 42 mins

Tony Iommi from Black Sabbath is interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guest and hosts debate who was the best replacement singer in Black Sabbath: Ian Gillan, Glenn Hughes or Tony Martin. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of best metal cover songs. Guest guitarist: Phil Collen from Def Leppard

Michael Sweet from Stryper, Taime Downe from Faster Pussycat, and Jani Lane are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guest and hosts debate which is the better Van Halen album: Women and Children First or Fair Warning. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of songs about the devil. Guest guitarist: Phil Collen from Def Leppard.

8x03 Tom Morello & dUg Pinnick

  • 2011-09-04T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave, and dUg Pinnick from King's X are interviewed. In the Throwdown the guests and hosts debate which was the best Tom Morello band: Rage Against the Machine or Audioslave. Mike Portnoy from Dream Theater tries to Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of lyricist. Guest guitarist: Tony Macalpine.

8x04 Corey Taylor & Night Ranger

  • 2011-09-11T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Corey Taylor from Slipknot, and Brad Gillis and Jack Blades from Night Ranger are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the best AC/DC album: Back in Black or Highway to Hell. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of founding metal bands. Guest bassist: Billy Sheehan.

8x05 Anthrax & Snake Sabo

  • 2011-09-18T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Scott Ian and Charlie Benante from Anthrax and Snake Sabo from Skid Row are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the best Anthrax album: Among the Living or Spreading the Disease. Scott Ian tries to Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of new hard rock and metal bands. Guest guitarist: Vinnie Moore.

8x06 Sammy Hagar

  • 2011-09-25T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Sammy Hagar is interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guest and hosts debate who is the better guitar player: Eddie Van Halen or Joe Satriani. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of hard rock vocalists from the 1980's. Guest guitarist: Alex Skolnick from Testament.

8x07 Stephen Pearcy & Tim "Ripper" Owens

  • 2011-10-02T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Stephen Pearcy and Tim "Ripper" Owens are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate who was the better guitarist from Whitesnake: John Sykes, Steve Vai or Doug Aldrich. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of hard rock tours. Guest bassist: Billy Sheehan.

8x08 Mike Portnoy & John Sykes

  • 2011-10-09T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Mike Portnoy former drummer of Dream Theater, and John Sykes from Whitesnake are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the better Rush album:Permanent Waves or Moving Pictures. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of hard rock drummers Guest guitarist: Tony Macalpine.

8x09 Rick Nielsen & Graham Bonnet

  • 2011-10-16T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Rick Nielsen from Cheap Trick, and; Graham Bonnet former vocalist for Rainbow are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which 70's live hard rock hit is better: "Rock and Roll All Nite" by KISS or "I Want You to Want Me" by Cheap Trick. Scott Ian and Charlie Benante from Anthrax try and Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of hard rock and metal anthems, Guest guitarist: Vinnie Moore.

8x10 Lars Ulrich

  • 2011-10-23T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Lars Ulrich from Metallica is interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which Metallica album is the best: Kill 'Em All or Ride the Lightning. Chris Jericho, Sammy Hagar and Alex Winter try to Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of instrumentals. Guest guitarist: Alex Skolnick from Testament.

9x01 Axl Rose

  • Season Premiere

    2011-11-12T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Axl Rose is interviewed and talks about his preparation for a live show, which often lead to late start times, if he feels Chinese Democracy has lived up to the hype; how he feels about being nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; what's the biggest misconception people have of him; Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine and Don Jamison chronicle their trip from New Jersey to Miami to a Guns N' Roses concert in preparation for Axl Rose's first interview in five years, including a backstage look at the Buckcherry/Guns N' Roses tour and Guns N' Roses performance of "Live and Let Die."

9x02 Slash & Sam Dunn

  • 2011-11-20T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Slash and Sam Dunn are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which Guns N' Roses album is the best: Use Your Illusion I or Use Your Illusion II. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of bands that should be in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Guest bassist: Glenn Hughes.

9x03 Brian Johnson

  • 2011-11-27T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Brian Johnson from AC/DC is interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which Bon Scott-era AC/DC album is the best: High Voltage, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Powerage, Let there Be Rock or Highway to Hell. Dave Mustaine tries to Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of replacement singers. Guest guitarist: Warren DeMartini.

9x04 Dave Mustaine & Kill Devil Hill

  • 2011-12-04T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Dave Mustaine from Megadeth and Vinny Appice and Rex Brown from Kill Devil Hil are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which Megadeth album is the best:Peace Sells...But Who's Buying? or Rust in Peace. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of music videos. Guest: Warren DeMartini.

9x05 Marilyn Manson & Biff Byford

  • 2011-12-11T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Biff Byford from Saxon, and Marilyn Manson are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which Saxon album is the best: Strong Arm of the Law or Denim and Leather. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of concept albums. Guest guitarist: Chris Broderick from Megadeth.

9x06 Sully Erna & Jesse James Dupree

  • 2011-12-18T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

Sully Erna from Godsmack, and Jesse James Dupree from Jackyl are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which Iron Maiden album is the best: Iron Maiden or Killers. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of 90's bands. Guest bassist: Glenn Hughes from Black Country Communion.

9x07 Tracii Guns & Michael Monroe

  • 2012-01-01T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Tracii Guns from L.A. Guns, and Michael Monroe are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate who has the best metal look: Kerry King of Slayer or Zakk Wylde. In the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of driving songs. Guest guitarist: John 5.

9x08 Paul Rodgers & Buckcherry

  • 2012-01-08T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Josh Todd and Keith Nelson from Buckcherry, and Paul Rodgers are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate who the best guitarist who's played with Paul Rodgers is: Jimmy Page, Brian May or Paul Kossoff. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of album openers. Guest guitarist: John 5.

9x09 Herman Rarebell & Andrew Dice Clay

  • 2012-01-15T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Herman Rarebell from Scorpions, and Andrew Dice Clay are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which live Scorpions album is the best: Tokyo Tapes or World Wide Live. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of double albums. Guest guitarist: Chris Broderick from Megadeth.

10x01 Lars Ulrich & Robb Flynn

  • Season Premiere

    2012-04-01T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Lars Ulrich from Metallica and Robb Flynn from Machinehead are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which is the best King Diamond band, Mercyful Fate or King Diamond. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of thrash bands, that don't include the big four. Guest drummer: Mike Portnoy.

10x02 Alice Cooper & Jack Russell

  • 2012-04-08T03:00:00Z — 45 mins

Alice Cooper is interviewed. Jack Russell from Great White is interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the best comeback album: Metallica's Death Magnetic or Van Halen's Different Kind of Truth. In the Top 5, the hosts and guest Scott Ian put together their definitive list of guitar duos. Wednesday 13 of the Murderdolls tries to Stump the Trunk. Guest drummer: Brian Tichy.

10x03 T&N

  • 2012-04-15T03:00:00Z — 41 mins

George Lynch, Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown from T&N are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the best album: David Lee Roth's Eat 'Em Smile or Van Halen's 5150. In the Top 5, the hosts and guest Slash put together their definitive list of title tracks. Guest drummer: Brian Tichy.

10x04 Adrian Smith

  • 2012-04-22T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Adrian Smith from Iron Maiden is interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the best Iron Maiden album, Piece of Mind or Number of the Beast. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of Iron Maiden albums Guest guitarist: Michael Schenker.

10x05 Lemmy Kilmister & Warrant

  • 2012-04-29T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Lemmy from Motörhead, Jerry Dixon and Robert Mason from Warrant are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the best Metallica album ...And Justice for All or Metallica. Steven Adler tries to Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of albums from this century. Guest guitarist: Michael Schenker.

10x06 Michael Schenker & Mike McCready

  • 2012-05-06T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Michael Schenker is interviewed. Mike McCready from Pearl Jam is interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate who was the best guitar player from Megadeth that isn't Dave Mustaine: Kerry King, Marty Friedman or Chris Poland. In the Top 5 the hosts put together their definitive list of albums by Michael Schenker. Guest guitarist: Frank Hannon.

10x07 The Cult & Doro Pesch

  • 2012-05-13T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy from the Cult and Doro, former vocalist from Warlock, are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate who is more clueless about the heavy metal genre: the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame or the Grammy Awards. DJ Ashba tries to Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts and guest Tom Morello put together their definitive list of Black Sabbath riffs. Guest guitarist: Frank Hannon.

10x08 Vinnie Paul & Styx

  • 2012-05-20T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Vinnie Paul from Pantera, Tommy Shaw and James Young from Styx are interviewed. In the Throwdown, the guests and hosts debate which was the best Aerosmith album, Pump or Get a Grip. Leeann Tweeden tries to Stump the Trunk. In the Top 5, the hosts put together their definitive list of keyboardists. Guest guitarist: Steve Stevens.

11x01 David Draiman & Adrenaline Mob

  • Season Premiere

    2012-08-12T03:00:00Z — 45 mins

David Draiman drops by TMS to talk about Disturbed's success, the reasons behind the band's current hiatus, and reveals his latest projects. Mike Orlando and Russell Allen then join to discuss the formation of Adrenaline Mob and their upcoming tour plans. Mike Portnoy pounds the skins as this week's guest drummer.

11x02 Bobby Blotzer & L.A. Guns

  • 2012-08-19T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Bobby Blotzer sits down with hosts Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson to discuss the past, present, and future of Ratt, as well as face the wrath of The Vault. Stephen Riley and Phil Lewis of L.A. Guns then join in on the conversation and address the warring factions of the two incarnations of their band. Don't miss the rock liquor nightcap as everyone gathers around the TMS bar for vodka, wine, and Bobby Blotzer's cheese. Steve Stevens shreds on guitar as this week's guest musician.

11x03 Geoff Tate & Zakk Wylde

  • 2012-08-26T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Geoff Tate returns to give hosts Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson his side of the story on his recent departure from Queensrÿche, as well as the dirt on his new solo project. Then the berserker himself, Zakk Wylde, crashes the set and recounts crazy anecdotes from the road. And to cap the show off in style, Geoff Tate takes a deep long look into The Vault. George Lynch takes his turn as guest guitarist.

11x04 Joey Kramer & Brad Whitford

  • 2012-09-02T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Aerosmith's Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford stop by That Metal Show, and you won't want to miss a thing. The legendary rockers give hosts Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson their insight on their longevity, past struggles and continued relevance in the music industry. Guest guitarist George Lynch returns to shred.

11x05 King Diamond & Mark Tremonti

  • 2012-09-09T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

King Diamond makes his Metal Show debut and talks to hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine about his recent heart surgery and his spooky brushes with the spirit world. Mark Tremonti (of Alter Bridge and Creed) then joins to discuss his solo effort and his experience working in both bands. Later, the guys are treated to a frightening tale read by the king himself when we take a look into the depths of The Vault. Doug Alrich returns to TMS to rip on guitar.

11x06 Sammy Hagar & Michael Anthony

  • 2012-09-16T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Sammy Hagar co-hosts That Metal Show with Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson. That means tequila shots for all. Sammy's long time bandmate then joins to discuss his uneasy departure from Van Halen and his current project, Chickenfoot. And don't miss this week's surprise guest for Eddie's birthday celebration. Guest guitarist John 5 returns.

11x07 Steve Harris

  • 2012-09-23T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Iron Maiden legend Steve Harris spends the hour with Eddie, Don and Jim as they discuss the band's unrelenting success throughout the years, his new solo project, and the upcoming tours with Maiden. Shock rocker Marilyn Manson joins the guys for the TMS Top 5, and Steve Harris goes back in time as he faces the The Vault. John 5 returns to rock on guitar.

11x08 Heart & Lita Ford

  • 2012-09-30T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

There's female rock energy on set this week as Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson stop by for the first time to discuss their long career and upcoming album with hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine. Lita Ford rounds out the ladies power hour as she discusses the struggles that have inspired her very personal new record. Then it's Heart's turn to experience the wrath of The Vault. Doug Aldrich is back as this week's guest shredder.

11x09 That Metal Special

  • 2012-11-12T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

That Metal Show celebrates 11 seasons of National Metal Day straight from Las Vegas. The guys take a look at some of their favorite moments from past seasons, interview Mötley Crüe legend Vince Neil and scour the strip and desert for the elusive Jake E. Lee.

12x01 Jason Newsted

  • Season Premiere

    2013-06-02T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Jason Newsted with guest drummer Carmine Appice.

12x02 Corey Taylor & Josh Rand

  • 2013-06-09T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Corey Taylor and Josh Rand with guest guitarist Richie Kotzen

12x03 Rex Brown & Sebastian Bach

  • 2013-06-16T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Rex Brown and Sebastian Bach with guest drummer Vinnie Appice

12x04 Jake E. Lee & Rick Allen

  • 2013-06-23T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Rick Allen and Jake E. Lee with guest drummer Vinnie Appice

Dave Mustaine, Scott Rockenfield and Todd LaTorre with guest drummer Carmine Appice

12x06 Tom Keifer & Rob Zombie & John 5

  • 2013-07-07T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Rob Zombie, John 5 and Tom Keifer with guest guitarist Richie Kotzen

Scott Gorham, Ricky Warwick and Neil Fallon with guest guitarist Jake E. Lee

Buck Dharma, Steve Whiteman and Brian Forsythe with guest guitarist Jake E. Lee

13x01 M. Shadows & Zakk Wylde

  • Season Premiere

    2014-01-19T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

That Metal Show comes home to New York for its 13th season! Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows joins for the first time on the new set. Zakk Wylde returns to the show to celebrate his birthday with the boys. Five Finger Death punch guitarist Jason Hook makes his debut as guest shredder.

13x02 Living Colour & Sevendust

  • 2014-01-26T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

Living Colour's Corey Glover and Vernon Reid discuss the span of their career from opening for the Rolling Stones to new music. Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose talks about his latest projects and Manowar's Joey DeMaio joins on the Metal Modem. Joel Hoekstra brings classical edge as guest guitarist.

13x03 David Ellefson & Frankie Bell

  • 2014-02-02T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

David Ellefson & Frankie Bello stop by to discuss their new collaborative effort, Altitudes & Attitude. The boys then take a look at Eddie's epic star-studded 30th anniversary celebration of his career in radio. Halestorm's Lzzy Hale dials up the Metal Modem. Bumblefoot tears it up on as guest musician.

13x04 Ted Nugent

  • 2014-02-09T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

It's Motor City Mayhem for the first time on That Metal show, as Ed, Don and Jim sit down with the always outrageous Ted Nugent. Gary Hoey tears it up on guitar. Later, Saxon's Biff Byford dials up the Metal Modem.

13x05 Alter Bridge & Matt Nathanson

  • 2014-02-16T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti of Alter Bridge return to TMS in their first interview together. Later, singer-songwriter and unlikely metalhead Matt Nathanson talks about his metal roots.

13x06 Lamb of God

  • 2014-02-23T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Lamb of God's Randy Blythe & Chris Adler make their TMS debut and discuss fans, touring and their upcoming documentary 'As the Palaces Burn.' Scorpion Child dials up the Metal Modem.

13x07 Mick Jones & Leslie West

  • 2014-03-02T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

Foreigner's Mick Jones and king of tone Leslie West (Mountain) make their TMS debut and discuss their storied careers. Lita Ford shreds as the show's first-ever female guest musician.

13x08 Mick Mars

  • 2014-03-09T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

Motley Crue's Mick Mars makes his TMS debut and discusses everything from the band's inception to their decision to embark on a final tour. Metal Church's Kurdt Vanderhoof helps the boys sort out the TMS TOP 5.

13x09 Dee Snider

  • 2014-03-16T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Dee Snider returns to TMS for an in-depth and hilarious look back at his career, his outrageous new musical, and a peek into the future of Twisted Sister.

13x10 Peter Criss

  • 2014-03-23T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Peter Criss returns to TMS to give his thoughts on Kiss' induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and take the boys through the greatest moments of his epic career. Charred Walls of the Damned's Richard Christy beats the skins as guest drummer.

13x11 The Winery Dogs & Vinnie Paul

  • 2014-03-30T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Billy Sheehan, Mike Portnoy and Richie Kotzen join the show together for the first time as a band (The Winery Dogs). Vinnie Paul puts rumors to rest and the rest of it on the table. Volbeat's Michael Poulsen dials up the Metal Modem. Guest musician Yngwie Malmsteen.

13x12 Joe Satriani

  • 2014-04-06T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani returns to TMS for the season 13 finale to talk music and his new memoir. Metalhead comedians Jim Breuer and Artie Lange join and keep the laughs coming with rock anecdotes and impressions. Guest musician Yngwie Malmsteen.

14x01 Geddy Lee

  • Season Premiere

    2015-02-22T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Ed, Don and Jim welcome Geddy Lee to celebrate 40 years of Rush. Joe Elliott joins the boys for a TOP 5 battle, and Trunk continues to fight against stumps. Dream Theater's John Petrucci shreds on guitar.

14x02 Anthrax

  • 2015-03-01T04:00:00Z — 43 mins

Anthrax take over TMS as Charlie, Frank and Scott catch up with the boys and talk new music. Joey Belladonna dials in on the Metal Modem. Alex Skolnick tears it up on guitar as guest musician.

14x03 Dave Lombardo & John 5

  • 2015-03-08T04:00:00Z — 44 mins

Drummer king Dave Lombardo sits down with Ed, Don & Jim to discuss his new projects and clears the air on Slayer. John 5 pulls double duty as a guest on set and shredder on the musician stand. Motörhead dials the Metal Modem.

Punk legend Marky Ramone, Run DMC's Darryl McDaniels and Exodus guitarist Gary Holt join the boys for the ultimate genre-fusing TMS episode. David Coverdale dials up the Metal Modem. Joel Hoekstra is "incendiary" on guitar.

14x05 Jamey Jasta/Joey Vera/John Bush

  • 2015-03-22T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta waves the metal flag as he joins Ed, Don and Jim in the studio. Armored Saint's John Bush and Joey Vera discuss their latest project. Jason Becker dials up the Metal Modem. Michael Angelo Batio shreds.

14x06 Mark Tremonti/Taylor Momsen

  • 2015-03-29T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Mark Tremonti returns to the show, and The Pretty Reckless' front woman Taylor Momsen makes her debut. Twisted Sister members Jay Jay French, Eddie Ojeda and Mark Mendoza pay their respects to AJ Pero. Frank Hannon shreds.

Fozzy's Chris Jericho, Soulfly's Max Cavalera and Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan pack the house for another rowdy super-guest episode. "The Duke" Rich Ward tears up the second stage as guest musician.

14x08 Kerry King/Lzzy Hale

  • 2015-04-12T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Slayer's Kerry King returns to the show and Halestorm's Lzzy Hale makes her TMS debut. Zakk Wylde takes the second stage for the first time as guest musician for a special closing performance you won't want to miss.

14x09 Kirk Hammett/Michael Schenker

  • 2015-04-19T03:00:00Z — 44 mins

Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett joins the boys for the hour to kick back and jam with his guitar idol Michael Schenker. You won't want to miss this special performance. Damon Johnson shreds as guest musician.

14x10 Ace Frehley/Mark Farner

  • 2015-04-26T03:00:00Z — 43 mins

Ace "The Spaceman" Frehley returns to TMS as a Hall of Famer to talk Kiss, the induction and the future. Grand Funk Railroad's Mark Farner joins to discuss his storied career. Nita Strauss shreds as guest guitarist.

This week it’s first time guests Mark Slaughter and from Black Veil Brides Andy Biersack, and from Faster Pussycat Taime Downe. On guitar for the first time Mike Orlando from Adrenaline Mob.

The season finale will feature Joe Elliott, Frankie Banali from Quiet Riot and Bobby Blitz from Overkill. The musical guess is the master Billy Sheehan.

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