Episode 32

Published on:

11th Oct 2022

Dio: Dreamers Never Die Review, Sky Pig Jude Croxford Inverview and Sweet Poison Doc.

The brothers got a chance to watch in theaters the Ronnie James Dio Documentary - Dio: Dreamers Never Die with Jack Black, Eddie Trunk and Sebastian Bach. Find out all about the wonderful life of Dio before it comes out on digital and streaming. A full review is given.

Jude Croxford, the Bass Player for Sky Pig, talks with the Gen X Bros. about their up coming new release - It Thrives in Darkness. A well crafted masterpiece of down and dirty sludge metal that will make you tremble in despair. Their new release will be available on vinyl at https://skypigband.bandcamp.com/ you can also hear them on Spotify.

Finally Erik and Glenn talk about the new Sweet Poison Documentary and how growing up in Atwater around such great talent changed their lives.

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About the Podcast

Gen X Bros.
From the greatest Generation of all time. Join Gen X Bros. Erik and Glenn. Two half brothers that make up one hell of a show.
Reliving the 80’s and 90’ with a messed up point of view towards todays Pop Culture. They have a whole lot of crap on their minds and they’re here to dump it into your ear drums. So sit back, relax with us and kill a few brain cells. Don’t take anything seriously and most importantly - Enjoy the Show!

About your hosts

Erik Fullmer

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Hello, I'm Erik (Air-iK) Fullmer. After seeing my first Heavy Metal concert in 1984 I started playing guitar. I was 16 years old and was living in a small town called Atwater in California. I then formed a band with some friends in high school. In 1990 my band Willow Wisp moved to Hollywood to become ROCK STARS! After sixteen years of playing the Sunset Strip, being signed to a couple of independent labels, releasing a few albums and building a small base of loyal fans that were spread out all over the world, the ROCK STAR thing didn’t exactly happen as planned. After accumulating a love for alcohol that became an addiction of the worse kind, I was forced to leave my band in 2006. In 2011 I decided to turn my life around. I got the Hell out of Los Angeles and moved to Portland Oregon and with some help from my brother and sister in law I entered an outpatient rehab program. Now 8 years sober and for the past three and a half years I have been working as a CADC I alcohol and drug counselor here in Portland Oregon. Today I continue to write and record new music and have a new album in the works. In the last few years since I've gotten back into the full swing of singing, playing guitar and writing music, I feel I have exponentially grown a musician. Now, I’m looking forward to what is to come on this new journey into the world of Podcasting!

Glenn lee alan Davis

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I'm the little brother. I grew up Poor White Trailer Park Trash! That's all you need to know...