Welcome to the home of The CGCM Podcast/Website (Canadian Geeks Chatting Metal)! We are a group of music passionate folks from around the world. Although we began in Canada with only the podcast co-hosts (Rich “The Meister” Dillon and “Wallygator” Norton), we now realize an entire team of staff from Canada, the UK, USA and Sweden! Follow us at our website and/or social media for all our podcasts, album/concert reviews, interviews, photo galleries and more! Really anything we can to spread the word on great Hard Rock and Metal.
The CGCM Podcast is sponsored by The Farm Rehearsal Studios/Farm Rock Build-A-Band Program in Markham, Ontario and Cloven Hoof Rum in Brighton and Hove, UK.
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Time to go around the world! Well, not exactly. In fact, we can't really go anywhere as we continue to ...Read More
Hard Work High Spirits’ creator Chris Black has got to be up there as one of the hardest working people ...Read More
All heart Oliver Hartmann is the noted German vocalist/guitarist who has been around the block. He was a member of ...Read More
Check out all our Upcoming Release announcements New release from: ALCATRAZZ - Born Innocent (July 31, 2020) ALCATRAZZ release new single ...Read More
Check out all our Upcoming Release announcements New release from: JET JAGUAR - Endless Nights (July 17, 2020) JET JAGUAR was ...Read More
Check out all our Upcoming Release announcements New release from: SANDNESS - Enter Please (August 21, 2020) Hard Rock Band SANDNESS ...Read More
Let’s Kill Rock And Roll Self-described as “Alice Cooper Before He Found Religion” The Erotics are back with another dose ...Read More
Welcome everyone to CGCM Radio. Yes we just said RADIO! Episode #111 of the CGCM Podcast is the first ever ...Read More
Back To The 80s In a day that EPs are the thing to do, it’s easy to miss them. They ...Read More
All Important Background: Arabs In Aspic cite their influences as "60s and 70s" and are partially named after a King Crimson album so ...Read More