On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark interviews Jack Doolan of Cypher16, Erik Turner of Warrant and Matt McJunkins of The Beta Machine and A Perfect Circle.

The first interview is with Jack Doolan of Cypher16.  He and I on randomly both showed up to the interview wearing Brooklyn Brewery shirts.  Topics include the new song The New Horizon, guitar tuning, the band’s history, ESP guitars, JS Bach, classical music, Abbey Road studios, the country of India and much more.

Mark Strigl with Jack Doolan of Cypher16 and Juliet Huddy in NYC 2019.

The 2nd interview is with Erik Turner of Warrant and it starts at the 41 minute mark.  Topics include the M3 Rock Festival, memories of making the Dirty Rotten Flithy Stinking Rich album, early Warrant tours, the Dirty 30 tour, new music, TV Production, Down Boys Music and much more.

Warrant on stage in NJ – 3/22/19

The 3rd and final interview is with Matt McJunkins of the Beta Machine and A Perfect Circle. It starts 1 hour and 4 mins into the episode.  Topics include the Beta Machine touring with A Perfect Circle, the new Intruder album, Claire Acey, the All This Time EP, equipment used by him in the studio, Eagles Of Death Metal, 30 Seconds to Mars and much more.

The Beta Machine

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