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NOVA Talk 18: Wovenstein

October 18th, 2016

Coming at you this week from the guys in NOVA Talk are their reviews on new music from Silverstein, Wovenwar, and Avenged Sevenfold. They also get into a very detailed discussion about the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame nominations and the August Burns Red announcement for their Messengers 10 year anniversary tour.

Be sure to give us your feedback and let us know what you want us to talk about. If your a musician of any genre and would like your music showcased on NOVA Talk, email Don at Featured artists this week are Adventurer, Peach Fumes and Mindset Evolution.


Upon Further Review 37: Should Brian Kelly go?

October 13th, 2016

After falling to a 2-4 mark on the season, Damien and Evan discuss whether Notre Dame Head Coach Brian Kelly should stay or go...


NOVA Talk 17: Revolution 41

October 12th, 2016

Up this week, new music galore! NOVA Talk gives album reviews on four new records that dropped over the weekend, and that's only a small amount of what was released. Also up this week, Don had the chance to interview Josh Kennedy from Another Century artist, The Black Moods.

Lastly, Eric brings in his weekly update of new artists you should check out and his review of some new music.

Featured artists for this week are Jack & The Bear, Running Yellows and A Year In New York.


Swervecast 12: Do your homework, kids

October 4th, 2016

Swervecast is back after a week off!

Lauren and Sean jump right into the results of the Raw PPV – Clash of Champions – and break down who walked out with every title, what's in store for the future of both brands and their next PPVs, and a debate on which of the two shows is currently the better program.

Guaranteed to go off the rails a time or two on subjects, we're back for the twelfth time on Swervecast: Do your homework, kids!


NOVA Talk 16: Don’t Color and Talk

September 28th, 2016

NOVA Talk returns with Eric's recap on the Tidal Wave tour. Also up this week is an interview with Bad Omens front man Noah. He talks about how the band originated and how well Sumerian Records have treated them so far. Listen in as things get a little crazier during this weeks episode.


Upon Further Review 36: Irish fire their DC

September 28th, 2016


NOVA Talk 15: Tidal Wave Disaster

September 21st, 2016

The shenanigans continues on this weeks adventure of NOVA Talk. The guys get really in depth with the announcement of Red Hot Chili Peppers touring next year and the In Flames/Hellyeah co headline tour.

Also up this week are album reviews for Taking Back Sunday, Mac Miller, and King 810. Listen in and see how they really felt about these brand new release.  

Swervecast 11: Someone check on Dixie

September 20th, 2016

Backlash 2016 is in the rear view mirror, which means that Lauren Rae and I are back to breakdown the pay per view. We spend some time breaking down the problem with ratings, the future of AJ Styles and Becky Lynch as WWE Champions, and how The Miz is absolutely killing it in the midcard. It's fun, it's kinda smarky, and it's always guaranteed to go off topic. Check out Volume 11 of Swervecast: Someone check on Dixie!


Swervecast 10: Grab a Six Pack!

September 9th, 2016

After a couple of weeks off, Swervecast returns to the airwaves with episode 10!

We do a quick recap of Summerslam, talk about Finn Balor's injury, the Kevin Owens reign and what's in store for everyone at Backlash on Sunday. We might also talk a little about CM Punk's UFC debut this weekend. Be sure to grab a six pack for the "Six Pack Challenge" not just for Sunday's SmackDown Women's Championship, but for the rest of your weekend as well. 

Swervecast is back!

NOVA Talk 14: Green Pumpkins

September 7th, 2016

NOVA Talk returns with some huge news about Green Day and Jimmy Eat World. Both bands are loved by the guys so of course they talk about the tour announcements. Also up on this week, they hand things over for his second appearance on the show with talk about the possible original Smashing Pumpkins lineup reuniting. Speaking of reuniting, The Misfits get brought into that conversation after they performed at the Denver Riot Fest.

Finishing things off this week are some album reviews for A Day To Remember and Of Mice And Mine along with their thoughts on President Obama's decision to throw his own music festival "South by South Lawn." 


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