In this episode, Tim and Eric discuss their favorite albums from the year 2020, including albums from Deftones, Testament, Sepultura, Killer Be Killed, Armored Saint, Stone Temple Pilots, Mr. Bungle, and more.
Eric, Tim, Joe and Keith are, once again, joined by fellow musician and friend of the show, Chris DeChiara. This time, the discussion is all about live albums from Iron Maiden. Both the 1985 classic “Live After Death” and the most recent album from 2020, “Nights of the Dead” are discussed.
Eric, Tim, Joe and Keith are joined by fellow musician and friend of the show, Chris DeChiara to discuss the debut 1980 album from Iron Maiden. Chris is in several bands in the Washington, D.C. area, including an Iron Maiden tribute band, Eyes of the Nile. This episode gives the debut Maiden album the track by track breakdown treatment.
Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith discuss the 1970 album from Black Sabbath, “Paranoid”. A continuation of their previous episode, where they discussed Sabbath’s debut album, Paranoid also gets a track by track breakdown and some detailed analysis of each song.
Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith discuss the 1970 debut, self-titled album from Black Sabbath. Obviously, this album is likely one of, if not the, most influential albums for Hard Rock and Heavy Metal in general. This one definitely gets the track by track breakdown and there is a good deal of insight on many of the classics on this album.
Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith discuss the album British Steel, by Judas Priest. From classics like “Breaking the Law” and “Living After Midnight” to the song “Grinder” being the possible inspiration for the app of the same name, this episode covers a lot. Take a listen and feel free to provide feedback on one of our many social media platforms.
Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith discuss the album Ace of Spades, by Motorhead. Amazingly, this is the first time Motorhead has been covered on the podcast. Find out where this album ranks amongst Motorhead’s vast collection, according to this podcast, along with many other interesting takeaways.
Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith discuss the album Women and Children First, by Van Halen. Celebrating both 40 years of this album and the legacy of Eddie Van Halen, who recently passed away at the time this episode was recorded, the guys dig into everything from the production, instrumentation, and songwriting to the Roth vs. Hagar debate.
Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith are joined by a longtime friend, and drummer of the band Hewolf, Erik Josephson to discuss albums celebrating 30, 40, and 50 year anniversaries. On this episode, the following albums/bands are discussed:
Ministry – “In Case You Didn’t Feel Like Showing Up” (1990)
Ozzy Osbourne – “Blizzard of Ozz” (1980)
Led Zeppelin – “Led Zeppelin III” (1970)
In Part 2 of Episode 9, Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith are joined, once again, by friend and fellow musician, Justin Hassler, to continue discussing albums celebrating 30 years. This episode is dedicated to the 1990 classic, “Rust in Peace” by Megadeth!
Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith are joined by friend and fellow musician, Justin Hassler, to continue discussing albums from the year 1990. This is Part 1 of a 2 part discussion which will feature albums from King Diamond, Judas Priest, and Megadeth. This episode, the following albums are discussed:
King Diamond – “The Eye”
Judas Priest- “Painkiller”
Eric, Tim, Keith, and Joe continue to discuss albums from the year 1990. On this episode, the albums discussed cover a wide range of musical genres!
The following albums/bands are discussed:
Public Enemy – “Fear of a Black Planet”
Sisters of Mercy – “Vision Thing”
Anthrax – “Persistence of Time”
Eric, Tim, Keith, and Joe continue to discuss albums from the year 1990. They are joined by friend and huge GWAR and Pantera fan, Tom Hunt. On this episode, the following albums/bands are discussed:
GWAR – “Scumdogs of the Universe”
Pantera – “Cowboys from Hell”
A bonus episode, if you will, this episode features unreleased clips from previous episodes that didn’t make the final cut. This includes episodes featuring previous guests, such as Chris Dechiara, Navid Rashid, Paul Childs, and Justin Hassler. And, of course, the regulars, Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith are featured as well.
In the first of a (potential) series of episodes, Somewhere in Time Podcast invited listeners to be part of the podcast. As a result, Tim and Eric were joined by Paul, Justin, and Mike. Paul has participated in previous episodes, but this was the first time Justin and Mike joined in on the fun.
Eric, Tim, Keith, and Joe are joined by none other than Craig Locicero, guitarist from Forbidden and currently Dress the Dead! Craig joins in on the conversation around 3 more classic metal albums from 1990, specifically from the San Francisco Bay Area:
Forbidden – “Twisted Into Form”
Death Angel – “Act III”
Vio-Lence – “Oppressing the Masses”