Everything Went Black Podcast
About This Show
Mike Hill, front man and founder of metal band Tombs is the man behind the Everything Went Black Podcast. Check out his candid no-holds-barred conversations with guests ranging from extreme metal, punk, hardcore and black metal musicians to writers, martial artists and other free-thinkers.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
MAN ON THE SILVER MOUNTAIN 012 HELLFEST
Happy 4th of July if you live in the United States. We’re going through some…interesting times, so hang in there my friends.
Last week, Tombs played Hellfest, one of the coolest, most well-run music festivals in Europe, if not the entire planet. Check out my rundown of the whole whirlwind of van rides, flights, bread, cheese and hard rocking.
Intro : “Man on the Silver Mountain” – Rainbow
Outro : “Locust Star” - NeurosisRead more »
Rated 5 out of
Excellent Diverse Podcasting
Mike Hill has been dialing in his Podcast series for several years now. By branching off into some "sub-pods" such as Black Coffee Fight Club and now the newest Man
on the Silver Mountain along with his Necromaniacs horror focused podcast he gives you some in depth coverage on a wide variety of subjects. I truly enjoy Mike's perspective on such topics as Music, MMA, general rants and raves and of course a Master Class in the dissection of Horror Films new and old on the Necromaniacs Podcast.
Being familiar with Mike's discography of cutting edge and powerful music such as his current band Tombs lead me to investigate his other endeavors. The man not only writes great songs but created a mean bean with his boutique blend of Savage Gold Coffee and a line of anti-bacterial coffee infused soaps. I would have been left in the dark to his other projects had I not been faithfully tuning in to the Everything Went Black Podcast. I look forward to his new podcasts and can't recommend them enough. For fans of underground music, metal, punk, mma, coffees, horror films and an inside scoop on the NYC and Brooklyn scenes this is the podcast to listen to. So do it!
Date published: 2017-08-04