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Frozen Nerdz is a Blizzard Entertainment discussion podcast. Each week we bring new points of view, in a not so standard format. We discuss the games you love, the world's you live, and maybe even a few you haven't even heard of before. We talk about World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Diablo, Hearthstone, StarCraft, Heroes of the Storm, BlizzCon, Blizzard Esports (Overwatch League, Warcraft AWC/MDI, etc). and anything else Blizzard may create! Join us each Tuesday for a new episode! Each week we ...
 
A World of Warcraft Podcast helping players understand the inner workings of the game, things often overlooked by veterans, unknown to the novice and misunderstood by the average. We will explain addons, Macros, grouping dynamics, preparing for most levels of content and how you can be a better, more productive and confident player!
 
State of the Game features four of the most well-known personalities from the Starcraft 2 eSports scene: JP 'itmeJP' McDaniel, Sean 'Day[9]' Plott, Geoff 'iNcontrol' Robinson, and Tyler 'TLAF-LiquidTyler' Wasieleski. Each week the four hosts and sometimes a fifth guest recap what they've been up to in SC2, discuss the latest news and announcements, break down patch notes, break open build orders and strategies, and answer user submitted questions.
 
Excited for the Overwatch League’s first season? So are we! Join Riggs, Kavo, and Amicus as we cover the matches each week as well as predictions, favorite plays, and other potential savage moments that happen each week. Make your predictions along with us by sending us feedback at owlbreakitdown@gmail.com and follow both of us on Twitter @OneEyedWilly82, @Kavo350, and @MagikOfLimbo
 
Every week, “WHAT THE RIFF?!?” takes a look at a ROCK AND ROLL album that debuted or peaked on the U.S. Billboard charts during a random month between 1965-1995. Four friends discuss the artists and 4 tracks from the album as it plays in the background. Then we riff on 4 “staff picks” of other artists that were also in the charts during that month and year. You’ll hear some familiar tunes as well as some deeper cuts and entertainment tracks as we share a little look into the culture and happ ...
 
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Blondie had already established mainstream success by the time they released Eat to the Beat, their fourth studio album. Their previous album featured the hit singles “One Way or Another” and “Heart of Glass.” While not duplicating the commercial success of its predecessor, Eat to the Beat would nevertheless showcase Blondie's diversity while conti…
 
There is a huge patch coming in Battlegrounds tomorrow, and Pogos are OUT OF HERE! Also nerfs, buffs, and changing tavern tiers. Joce and Garrett break it all down for you before talking about the Grandmasters Season 2 results. Find out who got relegated, who is in line for promotion, what the deal with EU is, and who will be heading to the World C…
 
Fresh off their success with Highway to Hell, Australian band AC/DC was planning a follow-up when tragedy struck. Front man Bon Scott was found “dead by misadventure” after a drinking binge. The group would have to audition a replacement for their seventh studio album, and Brian Johnson was brought in on lead for Back In Black. The new album was re…
 
Join What the Riff as we take a moment to reflect on the music and impact that Eddie Van Halen had on our lives as teenagers in the late 70s and early 80s. Eddie lost his long battle with cancer on October 6, 2020. He will be missed, but his mastery of the guitar will undoubtedly continue to inspire artists through eternity. We only feature 4 track…
 
Slysssa is back this week as our TAC Battlegrounds correespondant to talk about the changes to the BG meta since the introduction of elementals. The crew also chats about what they’d like to see come to or change about Hearthstone, prompted by a tweet from Iksar. Finally, Garrett and Joce talk about what it would look like if Spare Parts were intro…
 
This week we delve into the new Battlegrounds changes that just dropped with patch 18.4, as well as take a look at the relegations coming to Grandmasters. There is a CORRECTION, in this episode Avanties misspoke and said the give-away will end December 31st, the deadline to enter the give-away is October 31st @ 11:59pm … Read More →…
 
Sometimes called "the American Beatle," Harry Nilsson was cited by the Beatles as their favorite American group during a 1968 press conference. Nilsson Schmilsson was Harry Nilsson's (known professionally as Nilsson) seventh and most commercially successful album. Nilsson grew up without a father and was poor. He began working early in life, and wo…
 
This week the gang looks back on a lifetime in the gaming industry including: 0:00 - Taking Covid tests to return to the Funhaus studio! 20:15 - Jon's parents hated video games. 36:35 - Adam the AV nerd. 54:08 - Most influential games of our youth. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonsmiff https://twitter.com/charalanahzard https://twitter…
 
Elementals have finally come to Hearthstone Battlegrounds! Patch 18.4 is a massive update to Hearthstone. 20 new minions. 4 new heroes. And no nerfs to Jandice or Pogos???!! Garrett and Jocelyn wade into the elemental whirlwind to find that maybe nerfs aren’t needed. On top of this Ridiculous Hat joins later in the podcast to talk about the major u…
 
Episode 240 take 2, this week Avanties and Zerotio are re-recording the episode after an epic fail of OBS crashing, but that just means we get to bring you more news as there were HUGE announcements. This week we take a look at everything from a new Game Development company with Hearthstone ties, to a … Read More →…
 
While Cracked Rear View is the debut studio album for the band, Hootie and the Blowfish had been a fixture of the Columbia, South Carolina college scene since the mid 80's. Guitarist Mark Bryan was attending the University of South Carolina, and heard Darius Rucker singing in the dorm room showers. They started a band called the Wolf Brothers, play…
 
This week the gang breaks down all the latest gaming news including: 0:00 - Microsoft buys ZeniMax and Bethesda. 23:13 - Xbox's new mobile controller. 41:51 - Among Us dominates streaming. 54:14 - Billie Joel Teaches History: Red China Edition Red China Doc - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWfFipHY_EY&t=326s Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.c…
 
This week Avanties and Zerotio talk about Forbidden Library – Week 2 which introduces Book of Heroes – Jaina, we also look at week 5 of Grandmasters. During the play portion we check out Totem Shaman. News and Discussion Forbidden Library – Week 2 (Sept 15th) Book of Heroes – Jaina: Impressions? Scholar Jaina Bundle: … Read More →…
 
Power trios were unusual in the punk and new wave scene of the late 70's, but The Police were a notable exception. By November 1980 they were putting out their third studio album, Zenyatta Mondatta which would be the second of four albums to hit the number 1 slot in the UK, continuing their meteoric climb to super stardom on both sides of the pond.…
 
This week Steve Saylor drops in to discuss accessibility in gaming including: 0:00 - The state of accessibility in next gen consoles. 22:35 - Jon Smith has some beef with next gen controllers. 34:05 - PS5 price predictions. 42:32 - PS5 chip availability and stock issues. 56:50 - Possible life on Venus because farts! Check out more of Steve right he…
 
This week Avanties and Zerotio take a look at Master’s Tour Montreal, Patch 18.2 Balance Changes, and Forbidden Library – Week 2. During the play portion we check out VKLiooon’s Face Hunter deck. News and Discussion Our Week in Hearthstone Shoutout: Born To Be Wild Shoutout: THL Wildin’ Out! Masters Tour: Montreal Top 8: Frenetic … Read More →…
 
Courtney Love's band Hole released their second album, Live Through This one week after the death of Kurt Cobain, Love's husband and front man for the grunge giant Nirvana. Hole originated in the punk rock scene, but are often identified with the grunge movement due to Love's relationship with Cobain and their move to Washington to write this album…
 
This week Ryan and Matt from Achievement Hunter drop in to discuss the latest gaming news including: 0:00 - One For Now, One For Later! 17:45 - XBOX Series S leak details! 34:45 - Hyrule Warriors and Mario Kart announcements! 54:35 - Mario 3D All Stars collection hopes and fears. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elysewillems https://twitte…
 
Today Ozzy Osbourne is a household name, and arguably this debut album is where it all started. Before Blizzard of Ozz was released, Ozzy had been fired from his position as front man for the heavy metal band Black Sabbath, and he was certain that he would “go back to Birmingham and the Dole” after that. However, Don Arden, Black Sabbath's manager,…
 
This week the gang discusses all the big announcements from Gamescom 2020 plus: 0:00 - What the hell is Gamescom 2020? 27:45 - Next Gen means more than just graphics. 43:00 - Ghostrunner news. 57:35 - Mount Up 4 Morbius. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jameswillems https://twitter.com/jonsmiff https://twitter.com/adamkovic Tshirts n stuff…
 
This week Avanties and Zerotio talk about the first month of the Scholomance Academy meta, and then we take a look at week 3 of Grandmasters. Zerotio gets giddy because he finally gets to play Pure Libram Paladin live on the show. News and Discussion ETC Last GM Season, per Tweet Discussion: Thoughts on ETC … Read More →…
 
There are only a handful of bands who seem to jump fully formed onto the scene from their debut album, and one of these is certainly Lynyrd Skynyrd with their debut studio release (Pronounced 'Lĕh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd). Lynyrd Skynyrd is arguably the band that defines Southern rock. Originally formed as “My Backyard” in 1964, the group would take the …
 
This week Avanties and Zerotio take a look at what Patch 18.0.2 dropped and discussed week 2 of Grandmasters plus more… During the play portion we check out the popular new version of Bomb Warrior being played in competition. News and Discussion The Duocat Show – Zerotio guest spot on The Duocat Show Link to … Read More →…
 
This week the gang discusses those new Nintendo Switch rumors plus: 0:00 - Does GDQ work from home? 14:05 - DC FanDome, Arkham Knights, and Suicide Squad. 29:45 - New Switch console and games coming in 2121! 46:45 - Exsqueeze Me? Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elysewillems https://twitter.com/jonsmiff https://twitter.com/adamkovic Tshirt…
 
Who is the finest rock band to come out of Winnipeg, Canada? That's right, The Guess Who. In January 1970 they released their sixth studio album, American Woman, and were riding the wave of one of their most commercially successful albums in March. This album took a harder rock direction from their formerly psychedelic and pop sound, and would prod…
 
This week the gang breaks down the latest in gaming news plus: 0:00 - Adam's cat problems. 14:13 - Fortnite pulled off Apple and Google stores. 38:00 - Ghost of Tsushima co-op mode coming. 54:38 - What we want to happen to our corpses. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elysewillems https://twitter.com/adamkovic https://twitter.com/jameswill…
 
This week Avanties and Zerotio break down the recent Team 5 Reddit AMA, and take a look at the 18.0.1 Hotfix. They also talk about the exciting first week of Grandmasters season 2 2020! During the play portion of the show we play a fun Guardian Druid featuring Kael’Thas. News and Discussion Hearthstone AMA – … Read More →…
 
With their third studio album Aerosmith really came into their own. Toys in the Attic would be their most commercially successful studio album in the United States, and would spawn two enduring rock anthems. Aerosmith came out of Boston in 1970 with Steve Tyler on lead vocals and harmonica, Tom Hamilton on bass, Joe Perry on guitar, Brad Whitford a…
 
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