In this episode Bill talks with Scotty Roberts about his new band The Take, as well as about his time in Cleveland’s The Spudmonsters, their mutual friendhsip with Don Foose, going on to play in and eventually sing for the band Biohazard replacing Evan Seinfeld. What led him to leave Biohazard and start The Take, transitioning to being a frontman in a band, working with Will Shepler who’s resume includes Agnostic Front and Madball.
He also talks about playing gospel music with his parents as a kid, as well as his other influences growing up, working with the Godfather of Hardcore himself Vinnie Stigma in the music video for their banging single Elitist, plus so much more.
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