The new QOTSA album has landed. And if you dig ’em, then you’re not going to want to miss this show, featuring tracks from every QOTSA album, including the brand new “Villains”, plus rare covers and live cuts. Let’s dance… on a brand new edition of Max Wax.
Tonight, we’re going to feature a new artist on the scene who’s being compared to Hank Sr., Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Sturgill Simpson… just to name a few. Tyler Childers is making country outlaw and roots again and, if you want to hear some amazing talent, tune in tonight! Trust us… it’s heavy… just without the metal.
On tonight’s Max Wax, we’re going from obscure Jazz/Funk/Fusion of the Beastie Boys to the Truckfighters to the Black Crowes, with many crazy stops along the way. Check out some old favorites, new vibes and a ton of solid vinyl from the Trendkill Studios, including some killer heaviness from our new friends, Cincinnati’s own Spring Grove!
My favorite band that I can’t spin… Sevendust…. Max Wax, Volume 61. I’d buy the comprehensive boxset of their career on vinyl for $350 right now, but no such beast exists. So, I’m just going to do an hour show that’s NOT off vinyl (trust me… I don’t feel right about it) in an effort to appeal the God’s of Vinyl Heaviness for some 7D records.
As the founder of Trendkill, I’m happy to announce that we have new partners, new energy, a new Programming Director and a renewed sense of purpose. As such, I’m back with a brand new Max Wax tonight, featuring a different kind of heavy in my world. Grab your favorite bottle and join me for a whole lot of killer tunes that lift the weight. 9PM EST at trendkillradio.com
Something a little different for your Wednesday night… it’s Mack and I’m in the new studio about to lay down my first live hour of vinyl, straight off my wheels to your ears. This happened LIVE at 9PM EST Wednesday, Feb. 15th and you can catch it live at that day and time weekly. Shows will always be available right here by the next morning, though, so hit play and get loud as I drop the needle on Sabbath, Black Label Society, Megadeth, Crowbar, Stone Sour, The Atomic Bitchwax and a ton more.
It’s been a long day and I’m really ready to sit down and spin some choice cuts off of each of these albums for you. Look deep enough into what I’m playing and you’ll see that each of these tracks deals with what, I would say, most of us Americans have been witnessing, reading, feeling and dealing with for a while now. Today, things change… for good or for bad, but things change. F’n cheers to that!