In studio with us this episode is Mr. Bill M. (www.devilsmischief.com) and we’ll be talking about the ninth studio album from Black Sabbath, known as Heaven and Hell. Discussion includes album production and charting, replacing a classic singer, the cover art, and the standout tracks. Of course, you’ll also want to stick around for conversations on the revival of heavy metal in the early-1980s, the Great Ozzy vs. Dio Debate, rainbows and look-outs, that “devil horns” hand gesture and more. Show theme and additional music provided by Gyps Fulvus (www.gypsfulvus.net)

Vintage Vinyl Vivisection takes you under the skin and straight to the meat of classic heavy metal and hard rock albums. No out-of-touch hipster nonsense or irrelevant political banter here. Just straight talk on records we all know and (mostly) love, brought to you by those who know what they’re actually talking about. Genre-related tangents will also occur.

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The Accusation Network brings you its latest podcast: Vintage Vinyl Vivisection.

Vintage Vinyl Vivisection (or, V3 for short) takes you under the skin and straight to the meat of classic heavy metal and hard rock albums. No out-of-touch hipster nonsense or irrelevant political banter here. Just straight talk on records we all know and (mostly) love, brought to you by those who know what they’re actually talking about. Genre-related tangents will also occur.

Joining us in studio for the inaugural episode is Mr. John Shaw (www.isatanist.com) as he and Matt talk about the third studio album from Def Leppard — Pyromania. Discussion includes album charting, the making of the album, replacing a guitar player, the cover art, and the three standout tracks, as well as Pyromania’s wide appeal and more. But, since it’s never just about the album, you’ll also gain insight on Matt’s fledgling video editing efforts, how metal gets you all the girls, who started the rise of pop metal, “doing it” songs, selling out, John’s Def Lep triangle theory, totally weird ‘80s music videos, and modern kids who need to not be boring. Show theme and additional music provided by Gyps Fulvus (www.gypsfulvus.net)

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