The weight of the world crushes down… and it sometimes takes metal to lift us back up. This show is meant to help with that process.
Heavy Music For A Heavy World
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.
“This week’s episode is dedicated to an amazing artist and multi-talented dude, our co-host of Sonic Temple and my friend David Paul Seymour. Though nothing can last forever, David aired his final episode Sunday night. He has stock piled us with 30 episodes of heavy entertainment. The playlist for this episode is geared toward tribute to him. Featuring some of his favorites (from my perspective), I hope to pay a fun tribute to one of our family. Thank you for your friendship and consistency toward the heavy music community. Cheers and enjoy!”
(02:31) BLACK SABBATH – after forever
(07:45) IRON MAIDEN – drifter
(12:34) KISS – almost human
(19:38) EARTHLESS – violence of the red sea
(36:12) WO FAT – pale rider from the ice
(43:20) WINDHAND – feral bones
(51:11) PINK FLOYD – brain damage-eclipse