Joshua Moore, guitarist & songwriter of metalcore band, We Came As Romans, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their current tour celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their debut album, To Plant Seeds, and what it’s like revisiting the songs a decade later. We talk about their latest singles and upcoming sixth album, and the influence of their late singer Kyle Pavone. Joshua also tells us all about his love of bowling.
Lead singer & frontman, Mike Hranica, of metalcore band, The Devil Wears Prada, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their latest album, The Act, and why it was a ‘make or break’ album for the band, why they scrapped 60 songs in the process, and the influence behind their single “Please Say No.” We also talk about the end of Warped Tour, Mike’s novel “Bullet-Made Tambourine Book,” his love of hockey, dudes with tiny dogs, and the band’s partnership with Dogma Coffee.
Canadian country music singer, Kelsi Mayne, joins us on this episode of The Adamanatium Podcast. We discuss the release of her debut album, As I Go, and her latest single of the same name. Kelsi tells us the story of her professional career and how her performances transitioned from a country bar in Windsor to the Boots & Hearts Music Festival with some of her favourite country music stars, as well as the Sirius XM contest that granted her recognition, and some fun stories of the overcompensatin...
Canadian hard rock band, Theory of a Deadman, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their newest album “Say Nothing,” and why it contains some of the most important songs they have ever written. We also talk about their visit to Abbey Road Studios, memories of their first song “Invisible Man,” their music in video games, covering Vince McMahon’s infamous theme song “No Chance In Hell,” and what it’s like touring with Motley Crüe.
Swedish singer-songwriter, Winona Oak, joins us on this episode of the The Adamanatium Podcast. We discuss her debut EP, Closure, it’s deeply personal sentiments, and her introduction to pop music. We also talk about her home of Sollerön, an island of Sweden, where she had more interaction with animals than people, and trained as a horse acrobat. Winona also tells us about the hilarious music video for her song “Control,” and the identity of the strange man in the video.