Morbid Angel’s Steve Tucker on The MetalSucks Podcast #219

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This week we talk with Morbid Angel vocalist Steve Tucker. We discuss how he came to return to the band, the creativity of Trey’s riffs, the importance of his era with the band in the grand scheme of their legacy, the message of the lyrics on Kingdoms Disdained, why the band separated during the Heretic era, the importance of Erik Rutan as producer, and his memories of the late, great Dimebag Darrell when he toured with Pantera.

Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn discuss the passing of Sanctuary/Nevermore vocalist Warrel Dane, the importance of Nevermore’s legacy to the scene, Danzig and his cell phone policy at the Misfits show in Vegas, Josh Homme kicking people, and another Metal Mystery with Vince Neilstein. Don’t miss the last episode of 2017!

Stream this week’s episode below. Remember to subscribe to the MetalSucks Podcast on iTunessubscribe to our direct feed or download this episode directly. The MetalSucks Podcast is a member of the Jabberjaw podcast network.

Morbid Angel – “For No Master”
Black Wail – “Thee Ghost”

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