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Robb Flynn is the lead vocalist, lead guitarist, and mastermind for the thrash metal band Machine Head. Listen every week as Robb brings you backstage while he tours the world bringing you deeper inside the makings of a hard-living touring musician, interviewing friends in bands, his die-hard Machine Head fans (affectionately called “Head Cases”), as well as the wacky cast of his road crew. As you may know, Robb is an outspoken, no holds barred tell-it-like-it-is personality in the Metal com ...
 
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Tonight on GeekNights, we review the latest (free-to-play) from Zachtronics with NERTS! Online. It's a live online implementation of the classic card game Nerts, and is worth your while. In the news, a Republican mob led by disgraced president Donald Trump stormed the capitol in an ongoing coup attempt. Twitch rightly removes the PogChamp emote aft…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the latest (free-to-play) from Zachtronics with NERTS! Online. It's a live online implementation of the classic card game Nerts, and is worth your while. In the news, a Republican mob led by disgraced president Donald Trump stormed the capitol in an ongoing coup attempt. Twitch rightly removes the PogChamp emote aft…
 
Life-long Republican, former MAGA troll, and Army veteran turned Twitter celebrity David Weissman, sits down with Robb for a fascinating chat about what he calls "leaving the Trump cult”, trolling actor George Takei and President Obama, the betrayal his fellow Trump supporters felt toward him, how becoming a democrat saved his life, his love of Met…
 
Long-time friend Crummy Joe sits down with Robb for a darkly hilarious conversation about the heart attack he had 2 weeks ago, getting his groin shaved, whether he got aroused getting his groin shaved, how soon one can have sex after having a heart attack, and his new appreciation for life. Great stuff! The newest episodes are always free, but if y…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the decade to date in games and gaming. Tabletop games, role playing games, video games, console games, PC games: we are living in an explosive and amazing era of gaming. In the news, the Star Wars Squadrons patch made the game significantly more fun, Graveyard Keeper is all right, and the Overwatch winter brawls …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the decade to date in games and gaming. Tabletop games, role playing games, video games, console games, PC games: we are living in an explosive and amazing era of gaming. In the news, the Star Wars Squadrons patch made the game significantly more fun, Graveyard Keeper is all right, and the Overwatch winter brawls …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we celebrate the end of the year and the end of the decade and talk about the last 10 years of Comics and Animation (2010-2020). This is in many ways a golden age of animation, and we expect it to continue. Adventure Time kind of started it all, and ran for the entire decade! In the news, Sony buys Crunchyroll from AT&T, and …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we celebrate the end of the year and the end of the decade and talk about the last 10 years of Comics and Animation (2010-2020). This is in many ways a golden age of animation, and we expect it to continue. Adventure Time kind of started it all, and ran for the entire decade! In the news, Sony buys Crunchyroll from AT&T, and …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, at the end of the year they'll write songs about and the end of a decade, we consider what's changed in the last ten years. We'll be doing this for all four nights of GeekNights in the coming two weeks. In the news, GitHub removes that annoying cookie banner in the best way possible, and the supply-chain hack of SolarWinds is…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, at the end of the year they'll write songs about and the end of a decade, we consider what's changed in the last ten years. We'll be doing this for all four nights of GeekNights in the coming two weeks. In the news, GitHub removes that annoying cookie banner in the best way possible, and the supply-chain hack of SolarWinds is…
 
Dave (Junior) Ellefson sits down with Robb for a deep dive into his early days in Minnesota starting bands, his family history on the Ellefson farm, his great new cover of Post Malone’s “Over Now”, his serendipitous meeting of Dave Mustaine 5 days after landing in Los Angeles, Mustaine’s reaction the first time he listened to Metallica’s “Kill ‘Em …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the delightful Hypnospace Outlaw (2019). It's a true sendup to the early Internet, and is definitely worth playing. In the news, Cyberpunk 2077 had a rocky launch with, among other problems, egregious safety issues, worker exploitation, abysmal performance on previous-generation consoles, and more. A bunch of indie …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the delightful Hypnospace Outlaw (2019). It's a true sendup to the early Internet, and is definitely worth playing. In the news, Cyberpunk 2077 had a rocky launch with, among other problems, egregious safety issues, worker exploitation, abysmal performance on previous-generation consoles, and more. A bunch of indie …
 
Keyboardist / Percussionist Jordan Fish sits down with Robb for an epic chat about BMTH's fantastic new album "Post Human Survival Horror", staying fit during lockdown, how much balls began to sag as we age, his illustrious time in a nu-metal band as a teenager, what happened to original guitarist Jona Weinhofen, and the evolution of, and his impor…
 
Robb sits down with radio DJ and Dime’s long-time friend Thrashin’ Alan to share some amazing stories about Dimebag on the 16th anniversary of his untimely death. Thrashin' Alan talks about the time Zakk Wylde and Dime crashed his truck into a tree in front of Dime's house, the beginning of Damageplan, and Robb reads a letter from 2004 he faxed to …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the longevity of technology. From computers to bikes, proper maintenance can greatly extend the life the right tool, though some more easily than others. We've talked about computer maintenance specifically before in 2006 and then in 2020. In the news, Apple may be working on a 32-core processor, Pornhub runs into…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the longevity of technology. From computers to bikes, proper maintenance can greatly extend the life the right tool, though some more easily than others. We've talked about computer maintenance specifically before in 2006 and then in 2020. In the news, Apple may be working on a 32-core processor, Pornhub runs into…
 
Robb didn’t have a guest this week with all the holiday hub-bub, so he waxes on taking mescaline as a kid, Thanksgiving 2020, getting drunk and dancing to The Police, and plays jams from the new Hatebreed and Killer Be Killed albums. The newest episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to th…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider hair. We did a show once on shaving back in 2005, when we first switched to safety razors, but we never talked about head hair more generally. Yes, this is a Thursday. How could you tell? In the news, Scott's doing the Advent of Code, check out the Floppy Emu Model C, the movie industry just changed forever, and w…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider what is likely now our favorite 18xx train game: 1817. If you have never played one of these before, you may want to check out our reviews of 1846: The Race for the Midwest or 1889: History of Shikoku Railways first. 1817 has short selling, acquisitions & mergers, and loans (with interest) that together serve to p…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider what is likely now our favorite 18xx train game: 1817. If you have never played one of these before, you may want to check out our reviews of 1846: The Race for the Midwest or 1889: History of Shikoku Railways first. 1817 has short selling, acquisitions & mergers, and loans (with interest) that together serve to p…
 
"Murder In The Front Row” Authors, Photographers and now filmmakers Harold O. and Brian Lew sit down with Robb for a hilarious chat about documenting the early days of Metallica, doing coke in the bathroom, the complete insanity of original Exodus vocalist Paul Baloff, and how amazing it was to have their photos get turned into a documentary movie …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the second installment in Adventure Time: Distant Lands with Obsidian. In the news, Rym got his Index and finished Deca-Dence, The Art of Wolfwalkers is very good, Funimation adds many Gundams, Venture Brothers is cancelled (but also possibly un-canceled), and the publishing industry needs some antitrust action AS…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the second installment in Adventure Time: Distant Lands with Obsidian. In the news, Rym got his Index and finished Deca-Dence, The Art of Wolfwalkers is very good, Funimation adds many Gundams, Venture Brothers is cancelled (but also possibly un-canceled), and the publishing industry needs some antitrust action AS…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider displays. LCDs, OLEDs, "Smart" TVs, and the current state of the art. We haven't talked about this since 2006, and a lot has changed in 14 years! In the news, we've migrated our 2-Factor Auth to NFC Yubikeys, Comcast is enforcing data caps nationally, the Apple M1 is revolutionary, Fleets are here I guess, and the…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider displays. LCDs, OLEDs, "Smart" TVs, and the current state of the art. We haven't talked about this since 2006, and a lot has changed in 14 years! In the news, we've migrated our 2-Factor Auth to NFC Yubikeys, Comcast is enforcing data caps nationally, the Apple M1 is revolutionary, Fleets are here I guess, and the…
 
Robb sits down with The Subs Club (subscribers on Facebook) to chat about why dildos are illegal in Iraq, the first time Anas smoked weed and got a hooker, the bromance of Jeff and Big Jay, why Robb can only smoke really weak weed, and how difficult it is to for Donna being a nurse in the 3rd wave of Covid. Join Subs Club: https://www.facebook.com/…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the Ricochet Half-Life mod from twenty years ago. It's still playable! And we're playing it semi-regularly again. We talked about it briefly as part of an ensemble show about Tron games back in 2009. In the news, thank you all for helping raise $4,006 for the Democrats in the Senate Runoff in Georgia, Hearthstone pl…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the Ricochet Half-Life mod from twenty years ago. It's still playable! And we're playing it semi-regularly again. We talked about it briefly as part of an ensemble show about Tron games back in 2009. In the news, thank you all for helping raise $4,006 for the Democrats in the Senate Runoff in Georgia, Hearthstone pl…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the recent Deca-Dence anime. (Don't worry: no spoilers). Don't read anything about it until you watch it. It takes... a turn. We Judged that this show was probably OK, but wouldn't be in a rush to check it out unless people started talking about it. And talk they did. In the news, Katsucon 2021 is cancelled, Beastar…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the recent Deca-Dence anime. (Don't worry: no spoilers). Don't read anything about it until you watch it. It takes... a turn. We Judged that this show was probably OK, but wouldn't be in a rush to check it out unless people started talking about it. And talk they did. In the news, Katsucon 2021 is cancelled, Beastar…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the ever-present Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Originating in the era of the World Wide Web as envisioned by Ted Nelson and Tim Berners-Lee, it is surprisingly simple. In the news, Slingbox is discontinued, and there is a better way to multiply.By Rym and Scott - The Front Row Crew
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the ever-present Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Originating in the era of the World Wide Web as envisioned by Ted Nelson and Tim Berners-Lee, it is surprisingly simple. In the news, Slingbox is discontinued, and there is a better way to multiply.By Rym and Scott - The Front Row Crew
 
YouTube cover master Teddy Swims (and his band Elefvnts) who have racked up over 100 million views for his covers of everyone, from Chris Stapleton to Shania Twain, makes his debut on NFR this week to go over, growing up in rural Georgia, how he used to sing in a metal band, his short stint as a drug dealer, and how a cover of Michael Jacksons "Roc…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review Among Us. It's a social deduction game, but with intrinsic mechanics and surprising depth. In the news, there are unconfirmed reports (now officially debunked) that PAX South has delayed to February 19-21 (which would still be too early to safely attend any convention), and Twitch is trying to milk more money from a…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review Among Us. It's a social deduction game, but with intrinsic mechanics and surprising depth. In the news, there are unconfirmed reports (now officially debunked) that PAX South has delayed to February 19-21 (which would still be too early to safely attend any convention), and Twitch is trying to milk more money from a…
 
Legendary thrash guitarist Scott Ian sits down with Robb for an epic 3 hour discussion about his new project playing guitar with Mr. Bungle, the early thrash days of Anthrax, hanging out with Metallica bassist Cliff Burton the day Mustaine got fired, helping Metallica record “Kill ‘Em All”, why AC/DC is so hard to play, singer Joey Belladonna’s aud…
 
Tonight, we review the hot new comic Isola. Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl, with color by Msassyk and letters by Aditya Bidikar, it's a transhumanist tale of a queen trapped in the body of a tiger. In the news, Netflix partners with a big chunk of the anime industry, and continues to bring big animated shows with The Way of the Househusband, the…
 
Tonight, we review the hot new comic Isola. Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl, with color by Msassyk and letters by Aditya Bidikar, it's a transhumanist tale of a queen trapped in the body of a tiger. In the news, Netflix partners with a big chunk of the anime industry, and continues to bring big animated shows with The Way of the Househusband, the…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the usage, potential, and ethical concerns of Facial Recognition Technology. Police are abusing it, but activists are (rightly) using it right back on them. In the news, there's water on the moon, the RIAA attacks open source software, and you absolutely have to vote for Joe Biden if you are eligible to vote in th…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the usage, potential, and ethical concerns of Facial Recognition Technology. Police are abusing it, but activists are (rightly) using it right back on them. In the news, there's water on the moon, the RIAA attacks open source software, and you absolutely have to vote for Joe Biden if you are eligible to vote in th…
 
Andy Sneap sits down with Robb for an in-depth dive into his life as a teenager in the U.K. thrash band Sabbat, take a stroll down memory lane discussing the mixing nightmare that was “The More Things Change”, his extraordinary career as a metal producer, getting asked to join legendary metal pioneers Judas Priest, his very rock-n-roll period when …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the concept of ghosts. From haunted bunk beds to haunted paintings, Fate Magazine to ghost stories, ghosts are actually a fascinating subject. In the news, The Amazing Randi has passed away, Artzie Music was destroyed by copyright, the Twitch Copyright Strike Apocalypse has resumed with far more dire consequences …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the concept of ghosts. From haunted bunk beds to haunted paintings, Fate Magazine to ghost stories, ghosts are actually a fascinating subject. In the news, The Amazing Randi has passed away, Artzie Music was destroyed by copyright, the Twitch Copyright Strike Apocalypse has resumed with far more dire consequences …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review Star Wars: Squadrons. It's great. It lacks some polish, but the gameplay is sound, the game is solid, and it's almost definitely worth your while. In the news, online chess has a cheating problem, Golden Axed was the product of unethical crunch, and some people are having problems using their Quest 2 due to Facebook…
 
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