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Drummer Colanthony Humphry of Toronto Punk quartet The OBGMS talks about staying productive amidst Covid restrictions, working with producer/engineer Dave Shiffman on their new record “the Ends”, realizations about prepping oneself prior to recording, the stigma around listening to rock and how the OBGMs came to be a band, Canadian bands as influen…
 
Drummer Jordan Rodriguez of Boston Mass. Harborlights talks about the many canceled shows of 2020, self booking tours, playing strange house shows in rural towns, his custom Q Drum Kit, his love for Gojira, the live production spectacle of band Muse, recording drums for Isolation Ritual at God City Studios and the acoustic room sounds of the rooms …
 
Drummer Lev Weinstein of Krallice, Anicon, Woe, & Pyrolatrous talks about the absurdity that was his “Levisalooza” birthday show featuring all his bands, the unorthodox workflows with Krallice, what he’s been working on in the absence of touring, keeping up with double bass chops, not psyching oneself out during shows, garden hose metaphors, hypoch…
 
Scott Jenkins, Co-owner of Jenkins Martin Dum Co talks about the wild origins of the spun fiber glass shells and the connections with Allen Blaemire and legendary Wrecking Crew drummer Hal Blaine, the hands-on process(s) of finalizing the shells, the mysterious amounts of recordings the original Blaemire kits ended up on, determining rims, tom moun…
 
Drummer, Drum Tech and founder of Q Drum Co.- Jeremy Berman talks about the effects of Covid on the music/touring/rental/backline & drum manufacturing industry, the origins of Q Drums, beginning with his time with Orange County Drum and Percussion, the one-off design that ultimately lead to a series of kits with the company, their patented steel sh…
 
Drummer Chris Hornbrook talks about the history of Poison the Well starting out in the late 90's and some of the bands they played with, looking up to Chris Pennie and Ken Schalk’s drumming, the challenges of touring in the winter as a band from south Florida, working with a Swedish production super-team on two of their records vs working with Stev…
 
Drummer Andrew Gormley of Rorschach, Kiss it Goodbye, Shai Hulud, Playing Enemy and more talks about collective play-through videos during Covid, the origins of Rorschach and some of their tours/DIY/punk ethos, playing all ages shows at ABC No Rio, Rorschach’s tour with Born Against , going to shows at L’more’s and CBGB’s growing up, our mutual fas…
 
Deadguy drummer Dave Rosenberg talks about his move from New Jersey to San Francisco to Amsterdam, studying with Sonny Igoe and later his son Tommy Igoe, the origins of Deadguy and some of the bands they toured with, collecting Amphetamine Reptile records and the powerful experience of seeing Unsane live, incorporating non-cliche grooves in heavy m…
 
Daughters drummer Jon Syverson stopped by the #CBBP for a lil’ double dipping to talk the pro’s and con’s of dealing with a pandemic and rekindling his love for drums and music, the unforeseen trajectory of Daughters album ”You Won’t Get What You Want”, Jon doubling as tour manager and drummer, the aches, pains and hospital trips on the tour, Europ…
 
HUM drummer Bryan St. Pere talks about their new record Inlet that was 22 years in the making and the timing of releasing it during a pandemic/social unrest, touring as a young mans sport, the trippy experience of watching HUM play live with Jason Gerken on drums, why he doesn’t play to click tracks, his love for his Jenkins Martin Kit, Bonham, Pea…
 
Moon Destroys (and former Royal Thunder/Brother Hawk) drummer Evan Diprima talks about the process of working with ex-Torche guitarist Juan Montoya on the new Moon Destroys EP featuring Troy Sanders(Mastodon) and Paul Masvidal(Cynic) on vocals, the 12 day in-studio writing session that ultimately yielded the record as well as future plans for the n…
 
Drummer Bobby Caldwell talks re-grouping Captain Beyond and recreating the magic of those early records, re-booking canceled CB tours, the magical experience of seeing Joe Morello with dave Brubeck when he was 10 years old, competing in rudiment competitions prior to playing the kit, and leading a military marching band, the “bubble” that Captain B…
 
Drumming juggernaut Bobby Jarzombek talks about the unexpected time he used to track the new Fates Warning record, his musical family with his two brothers and the 10 minute medley’s they would play growing up, his first kit, his journey through drum books that ultimately shaped his playing, the lost art of open/close hi hat playing and our mutual …
 
Derek Roddy talks his expansive snake collection, listening to crickets n’ frogs, our three way-love for ZZ Top, his musical family & love of Buddy Rich, Gene Hoglan, Billy Cobham & Vinnie Colauita, the brilliance of Pete Sandoval and what he did with the “white noise” of Napalm Death, trying to find one’s “sound” with particular tunings and at par…
 
Revocation drummer Ash Pearson made a second appearance on the CBBP where we talked about Revocation recording, releasing, and touring on The Outer Ones, the amazing studio in which he recorded the drums, his tips for warming up and staying in shape vs getting back in shape prior to a tour cycle, his thoughts on maintaining a zen like state while p…
 
Drummers Angel Cotte of Demolition Hammer & Them, John Longstreth of Origin, and instructor at the Collective of music in NY Tobias Ralph talk the ways we’re all dealing with the lockdown, where we’ve gone (if anywhere), practice regimens and indoor make-shift set-up’s, cognitive sharpening, teaching remote lessons, the real danger of cover 19 bein…
 
Drummer Tim Dow reflects on his time in Shiner, specific music he’s been digging; Deerhoof & Deftones, the Police and Steely Dan as young influences, the appeal of John Bonham, the first time he heard Metallica, his first kit and the double bass kit he traded it for, the drums used on Splay and Lula Divinia w/ Shiner, conceiving drum parts as a pla…
 
Drummer Jason Gerken talks the daily redundancy of Covid life, tuning vistalite kits, playing with HUM and their stage volume, our mutual love for 70’s records, memories of his Dad and picking up the sticks at a young age, playing his step dad’s kit and trying to play drum parts he’d hear on the radio after running down four flights of stairs, prod…
 
Drummer/Clinician/Teacher Todd Sucherman talks about down time amidst COVID-19, the Styx record he would have recorded already, his incredible drum set and snare collection, getting his home studio together and navigating the engineering role himself for the first time, music, comedy and food as the pillars of his musical family, playing since the …
 
Drummer Dave Bland talks about canceled tours amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, delving into Virgil Donati’s drum book, transitioning from single bass to double bass and working hand techniques that are an amalgamation of John Longstreth and Mike Mangini, playing absurdly hot shows and learning to breath threw it all, playing with Mr Bungle, stories of…
 
John Tempesta talks about drum teching for Charlie Banante of Anthrax, joining Exodus, playing in Testament, how he joined White Zombie and the meteoric rise of the Astrocreep 2000 record as well as the experience in touring with Pantera, hanging at Vinny Paul’s clubhouse, meeting his drumming idols, his love for drummer Cozy Powell, joining Helmet…
 
Drummer Alex Bent of Trivium talks about the hermetic life in the wake of CV-19 and trying to stay positive, the recording of their new record "What the Dead Men Say" due out April 24th and some of the canceled tours associated with the pandemic, the incredible recording experience of tracking drums in Dave Grohl’s studio with Josh Wilbur and the f…
 
Drummer Matt Greiner of August Burns Red talks about canceled tours and coping with the associated delays of their new record Guardians due out April4 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, farming with his family in rural Pensilvania, tractor talk, his holy trinity of drum process’; creation, memorization & application plus how he applies it to the pre-pro…
 
Drummer Phil Puleo and I caught up before the last show at St Vitus bar in Brooklyn prior to the city-wide quarantine to talk about his new band Human Impact featuring members of Unsane, Swans & Cop Shoot Cop, the canceled shows and tour due to COVID-19, the NY scene with Cop Shoot Cop in the late 80's/early 90's, kindred spirits in NY Band Barkmar…
 
Drummer Alex Cohen stopped by the #CBBP to talk about his amazing new book Ultimate Progressive Drumming and the decade he spent developing it, the books of Thomas Lang & Marco Minnemenn that were an influence to him, the pyramid of educational books that lead all the way up to the more recent/complex interdependence books, Dan Weiss and Ari Honing…
 
Drummer Emmett Ceglia talks his recent tour with Swedish band Godmother, Napoleon complex' in hardcore, piecing together gigs and tours as ones primary source of income, the many shows, recordings, rehearsals with all of his projects; Semaphore, Detach the Islands, Fluoride, Arms, and more, the indispensable advice drummer Mike Mangini gave him at …
 
Drummer Esben Willems of Swedish Doom merchants Monolord talks the band touring setup and the American kit he loves, Swedish support for artists and the strange lack of a live music scene there, the drum savage Eloy Casagrande of Sepultura and the influence of Chaos AD, avoiding click tracks in the studio and the process of tracking in an actual st…
 
Drummer Matthew Marquez of Norma Jean talks working with Will Putney on NJ's new record All Hail, the process of flipping one's approach in the studio from being a hired gun to a member of the band, the journey of tech-ing, touring and joining Norma Jean, near death tour experiences, building drums at the Truth Drums factory and some of the wisdom …
 
Drummer Adam Jarvis of Pig Destroyer,Misery Index, Scour, Asthma Castle, & Fulgora (to name a few) talks breathing when playing intense music, our mutual fascination with drummer Ash Pearson, "Squeezin'" in some notes, the confusing parts of PD's Prowler in the Yard record and the process of demoing songs written by Scott Hull, recording Head Cage …
 
Derek S Abrams reflects on the trippy experience of playing MSG with Slayer, Primus, and Phil Anselmo & the Illegals, why Idaho shows are awesome, drinking wine with Les Claypool, how he got the Ministry gig, working at Prince's private estate Paisely Park to roadying for Ministry to getting the drum gig with the band, Ministry's live samples rathe…
 
Russian Circles drummer Dave Turncrantz talks the process of recording their amazing new record Blood Year, his work with Riddle of Steel and the small scene they operated in, how to describe your band to cops/border patrols, the unshakable John Stainer influence, knowing when to slow down parts for musical impact, Meshuggah ruling live, Dave's fas…
 
Drummer JR Conners of Cave in talks the 20 years of the band, the tragic passing of bassist Caleb Scofield and the fortunate sub in Nate Newton of Converge/Doomriders/Old Man Gloom, the process of mixing and releasing the material for Final Transmission from practice space demos, the sonic left turn that was Creative Eclipses and Jupiter, working w…
 
Drummer Adam Nohe of W. VA's Horseburner talks the decade of being a band, the trials and tribulations of lineup changes, their new record The Thief and all that went into putting the record out, his Ludwig obsession and recording Vistalite's in the studio, spending the time in the studio to get natural sounds/avoiding samples, our mutual friend in…
 
Drummer Mario Rubalcaba of Earthless, OFF!, Rocket from the Crypt and formerly Hot Snakes, talks about his ever expanding record collection, using Chicago as a hub for touring and the killer Ludwig kit he got for this tour, Jody & Mario swap stolen bicycle stories and Mario reveals how his story lead to a skateboarding career which in turn lead to …
 
Tasmanian drumming sensation Dave Haley of Psycroptic talks the expense and processes of touring the US, the sweet RV they got for this tour with Voivod & Revocation, why having a studio separate from his house is beneficial for practice, working out at planet fitness’ on tour, venues getting a cut from march sales, BPM thresholds and struggling wi…
 
Drummer Michael Martens of ATL’s O’Brother talks the decade anniversary of their first record the Death of Day/reflecting on strange shows they played a decade ago while touring on said record, their sixth touring member on this run and why he still loves playing those songs so many years later, his set up in the studio and on gigs, the haunted hou…
 
Drummer Greg Clifford of Austin Texas’ White Denim talks about the bands amazing home studio/venue, the correlations between Keith Moon/Elvin Jones, John Bonham/Max Roach, studying Jazz at UT in Austin, how he landed the White Denim gig & the UK embracing the band, some of his favorite bands he’s toured with; Black Midi, BC Camplight & Boy Azooga, …
 
Drummer Andrew Gottlieb of Brooklyn’s own Husbandry & Haan talks about Husbandry’s new record “A Port in a Storm”, the process of recording it with fellow NY band Moontooth at Westfall studios, tempo mapping, focusing on the many variables of self releasing a record and prioritizing them, the magical connections that ensue from craigslist ads (and …
 
Prog rock drumming ace Vinny Roseboom talks the origins of his band Gospel & the cult like following with their ’05 album The Moon is a Dead World(recorded w/ Kurt Ballou), /their sold out show at St Vitus, smoking too much, drinking too much, the process of recording TMIADW, not being the best at drum tuning, returning to playing with the band aft…
 
Drummer Elliot Hoffman of NY’s Car Bomb stopped by the #CBBP for a second round to talk the process of writing and recording their new record Mordial, his crazy cymbal, snare and drums set collections, tours with Gojira, Dillinger Escape Plan, Animals As Leaders and Periphery, how the UK has embraced Car Bomb, Matt Garstka and Mario Duplantier’s pr…
 
Drummer Christopher Todd of Brooklyn Psych/Post Rock Trio/Profound Lore recording artists Sannhet talks the origins of the band, weird gigs in New Orleans and Belgium, his Dad’s classic rock growing up vs his teenage punk rock influences, going to hardcore shows in Philly and NY, his love for acrylic kits and experiences recording them, shooting wh…
 
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