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Noise Dosage Media is the creative brainchild of independent filmmaker and podcast host Jon Lambert. As a child, Jon was raised in towns surrounded by isolated cornfields, a far cry from the vibrant music scene he was soon to discover. It was here that he developed an obsession with extreme, dark, and heavy music, thanks to the influence of his friends who introduced him to artists like Death, Slipknot, Iron Maiden, Children of Bodom, and Bloodbath. Through his podcast, Jon provides a platfo ...
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S1E142: "Exploring Life on the Road with Gabe Mangold of Enterprise Earth" Gabe Mangold, guitarist for the metalcore band Enterprise Earth, has been living an unconventional and inspiring life on the road for the last few years. His makeshift home on wheels has become a symbol of his passion for music and the drive to explore and discover something…
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S1E141: "Behind the Lens with Eric Richter" In this episode, Eric Richter, a director, and editor based in Chicago shares his journey as a filmmaker over the past decade. He discusses his production company, Channel 13, and the stylized and original feature-length and short films, music videos, documentaries, and commercials they create for clients…
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S1E140: "An Unexpected Look into the Black Metal Scene" (Bezual) I recently had the chance to speak with Chris Soyka, guitarist of the renowned black metal band from Utica, New York. During our conversation, we discussed our harrowing near-death experiences, delved into our contrasting views on psychics, considered Watains use of pig's blood, and e…
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S1E139: "My Creative Process" - Max Moore In this episode, we gather with one of our favorite videographers in the scene Max Moore. We discuss all things from his early beginnings picking up a DSLR camera, why paint is a dangerous thing to have on set, and how Converge positively changed his life forever. https://www.maxmoorefilms.com/ Podcast Bord…
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S1E138: "A Pocket Full of Dreams" - The Roaming Bear (Conor Girard) 2023 marks a new year where we will be trying new things with the podcast. Not only will be talking to musicians but we're inviting all sorts of creative people on the podcast to share their stories. It has been four years since twenty-four-year-old Conor Girard first hopped on a f…
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S1E137: "Being Massively Vulnerable" - Marko Vuorinen 2023 marks a new year where we will be trying new things with the podcast. Not only will be talking to musicians but we're inviting all sorts of creative people on the podcast to share their stories. "Vianey" is a hard-hitting documentary portrait of the life and misfortunes of the New Jersey an…
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S1E136: "An Unhitched Trailer" - McKenna Holland (Tribal Gaze) In this episode, we gather with McKenna Holland (Tribal Gaze) to talk about their experience traveling on their first U.S. tour, the similarities between the genre of rap and metal, almost losing their trailer full of gear on the first day, and his love for Modelos. Podcast Borders - @w…
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S1E135: "1 drummer, 7 bands" - Chad Gailey (Necrot/Vastum/Mortuous) In this episode, we gather with Chad Gailey (Necrot/Vastum/Mortuous) to discuss various topics including leveraging multiple bands at once, his drive to pursue metal as a career, the decision and opportunity to build a record label with friends, and what he's learned about handling…
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S1E134: "Death Metal Crusty Punks" - Dave Benson (Acephalix) In this episode, we gather with Dave Benson (Acephalix) to talk about his experience in the studio with audio engineer Greg Wilkinson, their newest release "Theothanatology", the current state of death metal, and our love-hate relationship with cassettes. Podcast Borders - @withered_desig…
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S1E133: "The Unnecessary Need For Cool and Unaffordable Guitar Pedals" - John Hades (Devil Master) In this episode, we gather with John Hades (Devil Master) to talk about how he describes himself as an anti-intellectual regarding music theory, the impact Randy Uchida (G.I.S.M) has had on his approach to picking up the guitar, and their transition t…
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S1E132: "Attitude, Mean Mugging and Having Fun" - Aaren Pantke (Molder) In this episode, we gather with Aaren Pantke (Molder) to discuss his bands upcoming run with the legendary Exhumed while discussing his love for the band. We also chat about our experience at Maryland Deathfest 2022, tips on not getting robbed on tour, and the sacrifices you ne…
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S1E131: "How To Punish Your Local Radio Station" - Josh Richter (Bather) In this episode, we gather with Josh Richter (Bather) to talk about the headspace he needs to be in when writing lyrics for Bather, the moment he picked up his first ever camera, and the struggle when looking back on childhood memories through videos and photos. Podcast Border…
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S1E130: "Marriage Between Arrangement" - Blake Ibanez (Power Trip/Fugitive) In this episode, we talk to Blake Ibanez (Power Trip/Fugitive) about his time performing and attending Psycho Las Vegas 2022, dissecting the consistencies in his writing style, and his ideal day off when he's not thinking about doing band-related things. Our Artists: Podcas…
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Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withered_designs Conceptual, Merch, and Zine Covers - @bennybonesart We want to hear from our listeners about their thoughts on future guests, topics of discussion, and show recommendations. Please consider emailing us at noisedosagemedia585@gmail.com Want to know what else Noise Dosage Media has to offer? Cl…
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S1E128: "Rochester Love, Friendship, and Pride" - Tom Alberti (White Tides) In this episode, we meet face to face with a good friend of mine, Tom Alberti (White Tides) to talk about the very beginning of his band White Tides. Along the way, we also chat about overcoming the various amount of bumps in the road, their ambitions for the future, and st…
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S1E127: "Unpacking the Modern Day" - Remy Veselis (Death Bells) In this episode, we gather with Remy Veselis (Death Bells) to talk about his travel across the world to make music his primary purpose in life. Along the way, we also chat about our attractiveness to the unknown regarding art, gatekeeping, and an object that represents his 20s. Our Art…
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S1E126: "Scooped Guitars and Rats" - Greg Wilkinson (Earhammer Studios/Autopsy/Brainoil) In this episode, we gather with Greg Wilkinson (Earhammer Studios/Autopsy/Brainoil) to nerd out on all things audio and effects related. Throughout this episode we also talk about the impact Autopsy has had on him and drum programming. Our Artists: Podcast Fram…
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S1E127: "How Iconic A Piece Of Art Can Become" - Dave Rucki (Sentinels) In this episode, we gather with Dave Rucki (Sentinels) to talk all things about his band including the importance of having eye-catching album artwork, our shared love for the band Slipknot, and the learning curves he's had with launching his podcast. Our Artists: Podcast Frame…
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S1E125: "Noose" - Heljarmadr (Dark Funeral/Grá) In this episode, we gather with Heljarmadr (Dark Funeral/Grá) to talk about all things Dark Funeral. Throughout this conversation, we discuss the major impact this project has had on his everyday life, the struggles of playing guitar and vocals at once in a live setting, and the process of releasing t…
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S1E124: "Monster Voices and Demons" - Chaney Crabb (Entheos) In this episode, we cover all things Entheos with Chaney Crabb in regards to her first ever experience with Dying Fetus, using dot drawings as a form of meditation and her thoughts on writing a book about her experiences on the road as a touring musician. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and T…
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S1E123: "A Two-Finger Power Chord" - Jon Davis (Conan) In this episode, we gather with Jon Davis (Conan) to chat about first crossing paths with Dunable guitars, being an avid Iron Maiden fan, writing music that is very honest and does not seem to be written by total pricks, and his biggest learning curve with creating Black Bow Records. Our Artist…
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S1E122: "My Ears More Open" - Nikita Kamprad (Der Weg einer Freiheit) In this episode, we gather with Nikita Kamprad (Der Weg einer Freiheit) to chat about the world between being awake and asleep, blocking certain times on his schedule to be creative, and how he sees his music as a sort of shelter and companion in times of solitude. Our Artists: P…
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S1E120: "An Artistic Message" - A.L.N (Mizmor) In this episode, we gather with A.L.N (Mizmor) to chat about his journey to produce honest and vulnerable music, what he has learned about himself the most in the writing process, and going DIY for a diehard collector. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withered_designs Conceptual, Merch and Zine …
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S1E121: "Skeleton Of A Record" - Bryan Funck (Thou) In this episode, we linked up with Bryan Funck (Thou) to talk about who he considers being the greatest frontman or woman of all time, the current Louisiana underground extreme music scene, and what he has learned the most about the process of staying active and productive. Our Artists: Podcast Fr…
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S1E118: "Losing Sleep Over Riffs" - David Davidson (Revocation/Gargoyl) In this episode, we gather with David Davidson (Revocation/Gargoyl) to discuss their upcoming U.S tour with Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel, and Shadow Of Intent, losing sleep over riffs and his inherent need to pallet cleanse with his new project Gargoyl. Our Artists: Podcast Fra…
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S1E119: "We All Want A Shot" - Getting It Out Podcast (Dan Craley) Two podcasters colliding heads on one episode? Be ready for all sorts of twists and turns as we talk about things we've learned up to this point, the importance of taking a break in creative projects, and our hometown underground scenes. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withe…
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S1E117: "Accepted As An Artform" - Thomas Eriksen (Mork) In this episode, we collide podcast forces to chat about how music theory continues to be a hard topic of discussion when original writing music, how Peaceville Records took his band under their wing and learning opportunities and challenges he's faced since launching his podcast show. Our Ar…
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S1E116: "Yoo-hoo's and Danny Lilker" - Steve Zetro Souza (Exodus) In this episode, we talk shop with Steve Zetro Souza (Exodus) about his experiences playing with the almighty Metallica, his method of madness behind Zetro's Toxic Vault, and his overall thoughts on the metal community over the years. Our Artists: Podcast Frames and Text - @withered_…
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S1E115: "A Sound as Imagined" - Luana Dametto (Crypta) In this episode, we dive deep with Luana Dametto about her experiences and lessons learned while trying to find her sound with her drums in the studio, choosing Lord of Logos to represent a major part of her life, and advice on traveling the world as a professional drummer. Our Artists: Podcast…
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S1E114: "A Really Special Scene" - Jason W. Walton (Agalloch/Snare of Sixes/Sculptured) In this episode, we gather with Jason W. Walton (Agalloch/Snare of Sixes/Sculptured) to dive deep into his early upbringing and career with extreme music, how fans of this style of music tend to want to be more involved than being a casual listener, and his main…
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S1E113: "The Mutual Connection (Seeing Things Differently)" - Adam De Micco (Lorna Shore) In this episode, we gather with Adam De Micco (Lorna Shore) to think back on the process of writing in the earlier days, a behind-the-scenes look at their latest EP "... And I Return To Nothingness", traveling through war-torn areas on tour, and getting excite…
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S1E112: "To Encompass Everything You Are..." - Chad Green (Frozen Soul) In this episode, we gather with Chad Green to cover all things Frozen Soul related. Some notable topics include his solid friendship with Riley Gale (Power Trip), friends that have been extremely supportive to them, and the rollercoaster ride that comes with being a touring mus…
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S1E111: "Colors 2 (A Glimpse Inside)" - Dustie Waring (Between The Buried And Me) In this episode, we gather with Dustie Waring (Between The Buried And Me) to cover all things BTBAM related including the exact moment when the guys decided it was time to construct the upcoming record, his stance on Glass Casket, earliest contributions when first wri…
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S1E110: "Job of Happiness" - Piotr Paweł Wiwczarek (Vader) In this episode, we gather with Piotr Paweł Wiwczarek (Vader) to talk shop about various topics such as being out of his comfort zone when creating music, what he's learned most about the community/culture over the years, and the evolution of this genre as a whole. Our Artists: Conceptual, …
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S1E109: "Fighting To Get Up Front" - Lee Harrison (Monstrosity/Terrorizer) In this episode, we gather with Lee Harrison (Monstrosity/Terrorizer) to talk shop about various topics such as when he was considered "hooked" on this style of extreme music, taking up a new hobby such as flying planes, and his love for Kiss. Our Artists: Conceptual, Merch …
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S1E108: "Sonic Temple of Melody" - Niclas Engelin (In Flames/Engel/We Sell The Dead) In this episode, we have a chill chat with none other than Niclas Engelin (In Flames/Engel/We Sell The Dead) about a vast amount of topics. Throughout this conversation we magnify guilty pleasure music, the forever-long impact Eddie Van Halen has made on both of us…
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S1E107: " A Perfect Brainwave" - Dylan Walker (Full of Hell) In this episode, we gather with Dylan Walker (Full of Hell) to get a behind-the-scenes scoop on what exactly goes into preparing and delivering a FOH record. Some additional topics we chat about include having nearly 5 to 6 albums worth of lyrics completed, overestimating the value of hav…
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S1E106: "DIY Culture in Suburban Wastelands" - Matt Harvey (Exhumed and Gruesome) Today's special guest includes none other than Matt Harvey (Exhumed and Gruesome) where we talk shop about various topics including what draws him into listening and supporting RUIN, collecting and constantly searching for old horror and marvel comics and hidden metal…
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S1E105: "Florida's Apocalyptica" - Kyle Thomas (Exhorder) Part 1 & John Kevill (Warbringer) Part 2 Today's episode we gather for a longer episode than usual to talk with Kyle Thomas (Exhorder) & John Kevill (Warbringer) about various topics including - The biggest overlooked things needed to be a frontman in a metal band, personalities in the metal…
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S1E104: Death Spreads From Buffalo - Paul Mazurkiewicz (Cannibal Corpse) In this episode, we nerd out to all things Cannibal Corpse with none other than Paul Mazurkiewicz. Some topics we touch upon within this chat includes his thoughts on how important college radio and fanzines we're back when the band first took off, what he cherishes the most w…
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We want to hear from our listeners about their thoughts on future guests, topics of discussion, and show recommendations. Please consider emailing us at noisedosagemedia585@gmail.com Want to know what else Noise Dosage Media has to offer? Click below! https://linktr.ee/NoiseDosageMedia Please consider our exclusive offers through our Patreon! www.p…
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S1E102: Dennis Mikula (Ghost Bath) In this episode, we cover everything Ghost Bath related (and beyond) including his thoughts on his greatest achievements since the formation of the band, friendship with Unreqvited, most cherished metal merch, and who he would bring back to life in the music industry if he had the power to do so. Border Art by - c…
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S1E101: Varg, Battle Jackets and Sick Tone - Trent Harrison Cook (Debrained) Death metal has been present in Buffalo, New York since the very beginning of the genre. But our question is where are we at with it today? In this episode, we dive real deep into this creature that inhabits Buffalo entitled Debrained. We discuss topics regarding the band …
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S1E100: Episode 100 Celebration with Cesar Soto of Ministry It's been a year since the launch of this podcast and we can't believe we made it this far. Thank you to everyone who has supported or been a guest. This has been an amazing experience. In this episode, we kick it off with Cesar Soto (Ministry) to talk about various topics including being …
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S1E99: A Day Before It's To The End - Karl Willetts (Memoriam/Bolt Thrower) In this episode, we join forces with one of the founders of death metal we all know as Karl Willetts of Memoriam and Bolt Thrower. Some topics we chat about include what personal qualities he believes are necessary for being a top-notch frontman, the best advice he's been g…
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S1E98: The Missing Couple Notes - Aegius We found the ultimate melodic power duo! In this episode, we uncover a new Melodic Death Metal with a Symphonic Edge band comprised of two talented folks named Eric and Willea. In this conversation, we talk about various subjects including being trained classically in piano, the impact caused by the passing …
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S1E97: Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover - Brotality/Revolt Don't judge a book by its cover. Although these guys are young they deliver a mean attack on what extreme metal music should sound like at a professional level. In this episode, we are joined with Brotality (Scranton, Pennsylvania) and Revolt (Ottawa,ON) where we talk with Brotality about la…
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Almost a year in the making and it's here. We're beyond thrilled to present to you 12 of our personal-favorite local Rochester and Buffalo extreme metal bands on ONE cohesive track. The goal of this song was to demonstrate what each artist is capable of through their own flavors of guitar playing and writing styles. The ONLY direction we gave to th…
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S1E94: A City With No Lights - David Sanchez (Havok) In this episode, we cover all things Havok with David Sanchez including his transition from frontman to podcast host, if he were chosen to be a world leader for a week what he'd want to accomplish, a certain quote or motto he lives by that matches his personality and what he'd choose if he was gi…
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S1E93: These Beautiful Nightmares - Jeff Becerra (Possessed) In this episode, we chat with none other than Jeff Becerra of Possessed about several topics including what he feels all listeners of metal music have in common, a specific motto or quote he lives by to this day, top priority's when writing lyrics, and how he would you define the word suc…
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