MOTRHEAD, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Drummers Featured In 'Rg's Talkin' DrumZ'

The third episode of "Rg's Talkin' DrumZ" from Metalkast Productions features Jeremy Spencer (FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH) and Mikkey Dee (MOTRHEAD) and can be seen below.

This episode was shot between October 2010 and February 2011. The first segment features Jeremy Spencer. This piece will interest drummers and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH fans alike. It offers rare behind-the-scenes glimpses of concert production, including interviews with Jeremy's drum tech. "Rg's Talkin' DrumZ" production team filmed the entire October 2010 St. Paul, Minnesota performance. Never-before-seen live footage, including Jeremy's blazing solo, is captured in this episode.

Famed drummer Mikkey Dee of the legendary MOTRHEAD captivates the audience yet again at the historic Minneapolis venue; First Avenue. Mikkey's killer drum solo performance was filmed the evening of the interview. Mikkey talks candidly about his career, his sound, his history with MOTRHEAD and previous bands. His fans will be treated to a sample of the only songs he recorded with WWIII, just prior to him joining MOTRHEAD officially.

True to form, Episode #3 also includes trailer content that will grab the attention of drummers looking for more. A taste of Tobias Ralph's meteoric rise is capsulated in this episode's peek into the near future.

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