On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl interviews Lajon Witherspoon of Sevendust and Michael Wilton and Todd La Torre of Queensryche.  We hear from the Ian McCurdy, Robert Fleischman & Roman Fernandez, who all check in from the 20th Anniversary KISS Expo in Indianapolis which took place this past weekend.

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Mark Strigl and Lajon Witherspoon in NYC – 2018.
Queensryche at M3 2018.

Topics with Lajon Witherspoon include the new Sevendust album All I See Is War, producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette, the longevity of the band, going to Afghanistan, Woodstock 99, Al B. Sure!, Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, A Perfect Circle, Tool, Danny Carey, Maynard James Keenan and much more.

The interview with Queensryche starts 38 minutes into the episode.  You can also view a video of it below.  Topics include the upcoming new album, M3, how Todd discovered Queensrÿche, their solo material and more.

Check out the band’s website here: Queensrycheofficial.com

And check out Sevendust online here: Sevendust.com

 

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