For the Season 8 Finale, That Metal Show welcomes the founder of Metallica, Lars Ulrich. Lars and the boys discuss the humble beginnings of Metallica, the Napster scandal, Metallica's recording strategy, and the upcoming record with Lou Ree
Scrap Metal is a combination of all the That Metal Show clips that didn't fit into the sixth season. Watch the full episode!
Slash joins the boys to discuss the success of his new solo album. Watch the full episode of That Metal Show!
Guitarist Rick Nielsen reflects on a long and successful run with his band Cheap Trick, and the lasting impact of a single Budokan performance, while legendary singer Graham Bonnet joins up to share some stories from his past. Vinnie Moore
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Stephen Pearcy returns to That Metal Show to discuss the oft-forgotten legacy of Ratt from the early days of MTV, and Tim "Ripper" Owens joins to discuss the Dio Disciples tour and the film based on his life story.
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Dave Mustaine returns to That Metal Show to reflect on the recent Big 4 shows, and to discuss Megadeth's latest offering: TH1RT3EN.
That Metal Show sits down with Michael Sweet of Stryper, Taime Downe of Faster Pussycat, and Jani Lane, former lead singer of Warrant, who passed away on August 11, 2011. Watch the full episode.
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The guys talk about their interview last season with the elusive Axl Rose.
A TMS audience member tries to stump Ed with a question about MTV's Headbanger's Ball.
A fan tests Eddie's knowledge about Michael Schenker's acoustic work.
Jack Russell recounts a flattering comparison of his voice to Robert Plant's.
The Cult's Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy talk about evading arrest while touring with Guns N' Roses.
A fan asks Lemmy where the song "Motörhead" was written.
Mick Brown, Jeff Pilson, and George Lynch from T&N talk about the worst gig they've ever played.
Adrian Smith discusses Iron Maiden's success and longevity without having a mainstream presence.
Sammy Hagar and Jim Florentine trade drinking advice.
Lemmy shares his views on relationships, and the inspiration behind "Bye Bye Bitch Bye Bye."
Fans test Eddie's knowledge of AC/DC and a Beatle's song that Aerosmith covered.
Slash and Brian Tichy talk about the worst gig they've ever played.
Zakk Wylde talks about pranks and late night antics that happened back in the day.
A fan jogs Eddie's memory asking which TMS Guitarist alum was one of the forefathers of the British New Wave of Heavy Metal.
In extended TMS outros, musician George Lynch shows off his guitar skills.