Josh Scogin (’68, The Chariot, ex-Norma Jean) on The MetalSucks Podcast #380
Our guest this week is Josh Scogin of ’68, The Chariot and ex-Norma Jean. We discuss the danceable quality of ’68’s new record, Give One Take One, the year-long journey of making their animated, hand-drawn video for “Bad Bite,” missing out on a tour opening for Faith No More because of the pandemic, the pros of being in a duo as opposed to a band with four or five members, his preference to forego set lists to keep live shows spontaneous and natural, and creating guitar solos on the spot instead of prepping them before recording.
Brandon, Jozalyn, and Sylvia discuss Flaw’s frontman dropping a racist epithet on stage, Spotify’s new initiative to ostensibly provide payout transparency for artists, and Deftones’ Stephen Carpenter doubling down on flat earth and 9/11 conspiracies.
Thank you to our sponsor, Metal Blade Records!
Songs: ’68 “Bad Bite,” “The Knife, The Knife, The Knife” and Mythic Sunship – “Going Up”
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