Iron-Cast

What happens when a metalhead, a classic rock fan and a semi-drunken semi-hipster decide to talk music and more.

Bonus Episode - The Best (and Worst) of Iron-Cast

October 22nd, 2017

Bonus episode, MoFos! As a further celebration of Iron-Cast making it to 100 episodes, we have a compilation of the best and worst moments from Iron-Cast. Edited by superfan James Gillman, this contains many of our best, and no-so best, moments. Enjoy taking a look back at our first 100 episodes.

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Episode 100 - KISS - The 1978 Solo Albums

October 22nd, 2017

It's a celebration, MoFos!! It's Iron-Cast's 100th episode! And to celebrate, we're giving you a mega episode (almost 3 1/2 hours long) as we delve into KISS for our sixth (and possibly final) time when we review all four of the 1978 solo albums! Which ones do we like? Which ones do we dislike? Will we Frankenstein our own albums out of all of this material? Tune in to find out.

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Episode 99 - Episodes from the Crypt, Part VIII - Gary Numan/Tubeway Army - Replicas w/ Special Guest Josh Carlsen

October 14th, 2017

We're continuing our re-visitation of "Episodes from the Crypt", where we delve into the darker side of life. This time we're delving into nihilism and a dystopian future when we discuss Gary Numan/Tubeway Army's second studio album, 1979's "Replicas". And we're bringing Josh Carlsen along for the ride. "Replicas" was a bit of a shift from Tubeway Army's first album, and this shift would propel the rest of Gary Numan's career. But what of this album? Was it synthpop/darkwave masterpiece that greatly influenced electronic and industrial music or was it a collection of mostly forgettable songs that ripped off Kraftwerk? Tune in to find out. Plus we read your fan mail.

Check out Josh's band, Loose Fuse, right here.

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Episode 98 - Episodes from the Crypt, Part VII - Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP

October 8th, 2017

It's October, so you know what that means, kids. That's right, this month we're revisiting "Episodes from the Crypt", where we delve into the darker side of life. And we're starting it off with violence and horror when we discuss Eminem's third studio album, 2000's "The Marshall Mathers LP". Fueled by the album's controversy and building off the success of his previous release, "The Slim Shady LP", "The Marshall Mathers LP" would become Eminem's biggest selling album ever. But what of this album? Was it a grueling assault shock course of lyrical genius, or was it a collection of self-indulgent and irritatingly stupid rants? Tune in to find out. Plus we read your fan mail.

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