'Talking Metal' on VH1 VSPOT 'Rock Honors' Video Interviews Posted Online

TalkingMetal.com teamed up with VH1's VSPOT at "VH1 Rock Honors" for pre-show interviews with the artists that paid tribute to JUDAS PRIEST, QUEEN and DEF LEPPARD. Host John Ostronomy conducted interviews with the members of GODSMACK, FOO FIGHTERS, and THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS. Check out the "VH1 Rock Honors" area of VH1's VSPOT at this location to see the interviews, which are posted in both the "Black Carpet Interviews at Rock Honors 2006" and "Talking Metal at Rock Honors 2006" sections. Audio interviews with JUDAS PRIEST, DEF LEPPARD, Rob Zombie, John 5, Scott Ian, Gilby Clarke, and more will also be posted throughout the next week at this location in three separate "Talking Metal" podcasts hosted by Ostronomy and Mark Strigl.


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