March 21st, 2017
We're two weeks away until Wrestlemania 33, but instead of jumping ahead with our preview episode, Lauren and I felt like doing some reminiscing about the biggest show in the business. We also answer some questions from our first ever mailbag and talk about some of the best and worst moments in Wrestlemania history while also talking about an unfortunate incident surrounding Paige and whether or not we will ever see her in WWE ever again. Pull up a chair, grab a pair of headphones, and let us entertain you again. It's Swervecast, Episode 22: Mania Mailbag!
March 15th, 2017
March Madness is upon us, and The Pit's Damien Dennis and Robert Blackburn return to UFR after far too many technical issues to discuss said Madness. How well will Florida State and Notre Dame do in the tournament? Who will surprise this year? Who should have been in? All this and more are discussed!
March 15th, 2017
Ryan Hayes – vocalist for Righteous Vendetta – joins The Pit's Damien Dennis to talk about their upcoming Century Media debut record Cursed. Ryan tells explains the writing process and the label's involvement, as well as the formation of the band, the evolution of their sound and building a fanbase while based in a rural setting.
Cursed from Righteous Vendetta drops this Friday and will be available at iTunes, Amazon, Google, FYE and more. Visit RighteousVendetta.com for more information.
March 7th, 2017
NOVA Talk is proud to say that Nate has returned and he found a new Tauntaun deep in the northern parts of the Alaskan tundra. Up this week, we have tour announcements from Rancid and Korn plus album reviews for Emmure, Ed Sheeran, and Senses Fail.
Also up, what's grinding Don's gears lately? Tune in to find out.
Featured artists: If Walls Could Talk and The Balance Factor
March 3rd, 2017
The dynamic duo of Swervecast return to the world of podcasts after a couple of weeks off with plenty to talk about. Lauren and Sean take some time to recap Elimination Chamber before tackling the full card of Fastlane. Of course there are veers off topic, including why Smackdown truly is the A show and Raw is lagging behind. We may have an outline, but we certainly don't need scripts to bring you our show that's two parts knowledge and one part smark! It's the 21st episode of Swervecast: Where we're going we don't need scripts!
February 28th, 2017
Tour announcements, album reviews, random shenanigans, NOVA Talk has it all. This week features announcements from All Time Low, Seether, Slayer and Breaking Benjamin.
Nate is missing again this week still in search of a new Tauntaun to replace the last one that unfortunately passed but Don and "Jim" keep things rolling on this weeks episode with a look at what type of memorabilia they would love to buy if they had millions of dollars, all because of 2 Pac's BMW went up for sale.
Featured artist: Counter Theory
February 21st, 2017
Evan J. Thomas caught up with Johhny Plague of Winds of Plague before their Valentines Day performance in Chicago.
February 15th, 2017
This weekend brought us the Grammy Awards which always bring out something that's talked about for days and NOVA Talk is here to give you their thoughts and what they're still talking about.
Also up, can Don hold in his excitement from the official announcement of the WorldWired Tour featuring Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold and Volbeat? Tune in to find out! (here's a hint: no)
Featured artist this week: Helpless Hearts
February 11th, 2017
Swervecast is back after a week off the airwaves. Lauren and I spend some time talking about Royal Rumble and John Cena's record-tying 16th championship, what Randy Orton winning the Royal Rumble means for the blue brands, and how historic is this PPV for the women's division with three matches on the same card. Pull up a chair, pop on some headphones, and get ready to enjoy a sensible chuckle here and there. It's the 20th episode of Swervecast, The Road to Eliminations!
February 1st, 2017
Well, they're back but due to Nate's Tauntaun situation, he unfortunately could not be with Eric and Don this week but that's ok. This week, the guys discuss their thoughts on holograms possibly taking over for deceased musicians all due to the Dio being brought back as one for a few select shows. Also up, what's your dream tour? Tune in and find out what they said would be their dream tours on this weeks NOVA Talk episode!
Featured artists include A Year In New York. From First To Last, and Blank Slate.