On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl talks with the producer of the M3 Festival, Eric Baker.  Topics include the 10 year anniversay of M3, Kix, Faster Pussycat, Frank Hannon, Lynch Mob, LA Guns, Kiss, Ace Frehely, Queensryche, Loudness, the Merriweather Post Pavillion and much more.

Then Mark and Emily discuss the new Judas Priest album Firepower and provide detailed information about the songs.

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Now in its tenth year, M3 Rock Festival has grown from an up-and-comer to the definitive way to party like it’s 1989. Starting with the annual Kix-Off Party on Friday and heading straight into the festival on Saturday, M3 features enough hard rock and hair metal bands to make your head spin (although, let’s be honest… that’s probably from the two cans of hairspray you used). Both stages are coordinated so that no sets overlap with each other, meaning you can jam-pack your entire day with the maximum amount of metal. We recommend that you start doing tons of arm curls, ’80s movie montage-style, because this May at Merriweather you’ll be throwing up more horns than you can possibly imagine.

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2 thoughts on “Talking Metal 730 M3 Producer Eric Baker & Firepower by Judas Priest

  1. Great insight n review of the new Judas Priest firepower album, I’ve heard the 2 singles already and there great n you’re so lucky to have been able to hear it in advance. Sounds like it’s gonna definitely be a throwback n a return to the painkiller style again. I’m also going to see them again for the 4th time on March 22 in CT.

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