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That Metal Show

That Metal Show
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Opening title card
Format Talk show
Starring Eddie Trunk
Jim Florentine
Don Jamieson
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 12
No. of episodes 105 (and 1 special)
Production
Running time 23 minutes (Season 1-5)
43 minutes (Season 6-)
Broadcast
Original channel VH1 Classic
Original run November 15, 2008 – present
External links
Website

That Metal Show is a talk show hosted by Eddie Trunk with co-hosts Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson. It premiered on VH1 Classic on November 15, 2008. New episodes air on VH1 Classic on Saturday nights and are rebroadcast throughout the week.

Discussions on the show focus on "all things hard rock and heavy metal", past and present. Among the regular segments are round table discussions between the three regular hosts, top-5 debates, interviews with heavy metal musicians, "Stump the Trunk," where audience members ask provided trivia questions of host Eddie Trunk in hopes of acquiring prizes, and "The Throwdown," where the hosts and guests vote on and debate great moments and figures in metal history. The guitar & bass-heavy theme song, "Day to Remember" was co-written by co-host Jim Florentine and Guns N' Roses lead guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and performed by Thal.[1] The intro to "Stump the Trunk" was composed by Mark Fain.[2]

Recurring segments

  • Stump The Trunk (season 1-present)
  • Literally Blow Eddie Trunk on stage (season 1-present)
  • The Rant (season 4, season 12-present)
  • The Vault (season 5-present)
  • Q's from the Audience (season 5-present)
  • TMS Top 5 (season 6-present)
  • Metal Modem (season 12-present)
  • Take It or Leave It (season 12-present)
  • Origins (season 12-present)
  • Underrated (season 12-present)
  • Behind the Music Video (season 12-present)
  • Rock & Roll Landmarks (season 12-present)
  • TMS Worldwide (season 12-present)
  • Put It on the Table (season 12-present)
  • That Metal Show Book Club (season 12-present)
  • Rank (season 12-present)
  • On the Shelf (season 12-present)
  • On the Fringes (season 12-present)

Discontinued segments

  • Pick of the Week (season 1-11)
  • What's Going On With... (formerly Whatever Happened To...) (season 1-11)
  • The Throwdown (season 1-11)
  • Living the High Life With... (season 3)
  • TMS Top 4 (season 10)

Miss Box of Junk Girl

The duties of the Miss Box of Junk Girl are to bring out the prize box for Stump the Trunk and to place choices in order for TMS Top 5.

  • Keri Leigh Tucker (season 2–3) (deceased)
  • Jennifer Gottlieb (season 4–present)

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 8 November 15, 2008 (2008-11-15) December 27, 2008 (2008-12-27)
2 9 March 7, 2009 (2009-03-07) April 25, 2009 (2009-04-25)
3 9 October 3, 2009 (2009-10-03) November 28, 2009 (2009-11-28)
4 10 February 6, 2010 (2010-02-06) April 24, 2010 (2010-04-24)
5 9 May 8, 2010 (2010-05-08) July 17, 2010 (2010-07-17)
6 9 October 16, 2010 (2010-10-16) December 11, 2010 (2010-12-11)
7 9 March 19, 2011 (2011-03-19) May 14, 2011 (2011-05-14)
8 10 August 20, 2011 (2011-08-20) October 22, 2011 (2011-10-22)
9 9 November 11, 2011 (2011-11-11) January 14, 2012 (2012-01-14)
10 8 March 31, 2012 (2012-03-31) May 19, 2012 (2012-05-19)
11 8 August 11, 2012 (2012-08-11) September 29, 2012 (2012-09-29)
12 8 June 1, 2013 (2013-06-01) July 20, 2013 (2013-07-20)
Specials 1 November 11, 2012 (2012-11-11)

Episode guide

Season 1: 2008

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 The Runaways November 15, 2008 Lita Ford
2 Yngwie Malmsteen November 22, 2008 Yngwie Malmsteen
3 Twisted Sister November 29, 2008 Dee Snider and Jay Jay French
4 Dream Theater December 6, 2008 Mike Portnoy
5 Mike Piazza December 13, 2008 Mike Piazza
6 Kiss December 20, 2008 Ace Frehley
7 Rush December 27, 2008 Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson

Season 2: 2009

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Pantera March 7, 2009 Vinnie Paul
2 Anthrax March 14, 2009 Frank Bello
3 Extreme March 21, 2009 Nuno Bettencourt and Gary Cherone
4 Anvil March 28, 2009 Steve "Lips" Kudlow and Robb Reiner
5 Guns N' Roses April 4, 2009 Duff McKagan
6 Queensrÿche April 11, 2009 Geoff Tate
7 Thin Lizzy April 18, 2009 Scott Gorham
8 Heaven & Hell April 25, 2009 Ronnie James Dio and Geezer Butler
9 That Metal Show Presents: Download Festival '09 July 18, 2009 Tommy Lee, Slipknot, Hatebreed, Tesla, Mike Portnoy, Buckcherry, Duff McKagan, Tim "Ripper" Owens and many others

Season 3: 2009

The season premiere kicked off as a one hour special featuring live performances from Anvil, Q&A with the band and special guests.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Anvil/Sacha Gervasi October 3, 2009 Steve "Lips" Kudlow, Robb Reiner, G5, and Sacha Gervasi
2 Judas Priest October 10, 2009 Rob Halford
3 Chris Jericho October 17, 2009 Chris Jericho
4 Overkill October 24, 2009 D.D. Verni and Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth
5 W.A.S.P. October 31, 2009 Blackie Lawless
6 Steve Vai November 7, 2009 Steve Vai
7 Hatebreed November 14, 2009 Jamey Jasta
8 Ratt November 21, 2009 Stephen Pearcy and Warren DeMartini
9 Kiss November 28, 2009 Peter Criss

Season 4: 2010

Keri Leigh Tucker, the first Miss Box of Junk Girl, died in late 2009 and was replaced by Jennifer Gottlieb. A memorial dedicated to Keri Leigh was shown after the end credits to the season premiere.[3] This season also marks the last to be filmed in New York before the show relocated to Los Angeles beginning with season 5.

No. Title Original air date Guest(s)
1 Megadeth February 6, 2010 Dave Mustaine
2 Aerosmith February 13, 2010 Joey Kramer
3 Accept February 20, 2010 Wolf Hoffmann and Mark Tornillo
4 Joe Lynn Turner February 27, 2010 Joe Lynn Turner
5 Anthrax/Pearl Aday March 13, 2010 Scott Ian and Pearl Aday
6 Quiet Riot/Death March 20, 2010 Rudy Sarzo and Richard Christy
7 Brian Posehn March 27, 2010 Brian Posehn
8 Winger April 3, 2010 Kip Winger and Reb Beach
9 Joe Satriani April 17, 2010 Joe Satriani
10 Scrap Metal April 24, 2010 N/A
Season 4 outtakes and unseen extras.

Season 5: 2010

By season 5, The show moved to a new location in Glendale, California (a suburb of Los Angeles) to film their episodes for the fifth season and onwards.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Motörhead May 8, 2010 Lemmy Kilmister
2 Black Label Society May 15, 2010 Zakk Wylde
3 Judas Priest May 22, 2010 Rob Halford
4 Adler's Appetite June 5, 2010 Steven Adler and Chip Z'Nuff
5 Alice Cooper June 12, 2010 Alice Cooper
6 White Zombie June 19, 2010 Rob Zombie
7 Dokken June 26, 2010 Don Dokken and George Lynch
8 Slayer July 10, 2010 Kerry King and Dave Lombardo
9 Scrap Metal July 17, 2010 N/A
Season 5 outtakes and unseen extras.

Season 6: 2010

Beginning in season 6, That Metal Show expanded to one hour and features a guest guitarist for each episode.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Tribute to Ronnie James Dio October 16, 2010 Geezer Butler, Vinny Appice, Wendy Dio, Simon Wright, Rob Halford and Tom Morello with guest guitarist Craig Goldy
2 Van Halen/Winger/Carrie Keagan October 23, 2010 Michael Anthony, Kip Winger and Carrie Keagan with guest guitarist Tracii Guns
3 Pantera/Kiss October 30, 2010 Philip Anselmo and Bruce Kulick with guest guitarist George Lynch
4 Def Leppard/Quiet Riot November 6, 2010 Phil Collen and Frankie Banali with guest guitarist Richie Kotzen
5 Tesla/Testament November 13, 2010 Jeff Keith, Frank Hannon and Chuck Billy with guest guitarist Tracii Guns
6 Black Sabbath/Danzig November 20, 2010 Bill Ward and Glenn Danzig with guest guitarist Richie Kotzen
7 Led Zeppelin/Poison November 27, 2010 Jason Bonham and Rikki Rockett with guest guitarist Craig Goldy
8 Guns N' Roses/Alter Bridge December 4, 2010 Slash and Myles Kennedy with guest guitarist George Lynch
9 Scrap Metal December 11, 2010 N/A
Season 6 outtakes and unseen extras.

Season 7: 2011

Once again, season 7 will be in one-hour format. The show continues to have a guest guitarist for each episode and also introduced guest bassist for the first time.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Metallica/Scorpions March 19, 2011 Kirk Hammett and Uli Jon Roth with guest guitarist Doug Aldrich
2 Kiss/Mr. Big March 26, 2011 Ace Frehley and Billy Sheehan with guest guitarist Gilby Clarke
3 Whitesnake/The Runaways April 2, 2011 David Coverdale and Lita Ford with guest guitarist Doug Aldrich
4 Chris Jericho/Yngwie Malmsteen April 9, 2011 Chris Jericho and Yngwie Malmsteen with guest guitarist Gilby Clarke
5 Guns N' Roses/Deep Purple April 16, 2011 Duff McKagan and Glenn Hughes with guest bassist Billy Sheehan
6 Guns N' Roses/The Runaways/Anthrax/Jim Norton April 23, 2011 Matt Sorum, Cherie Currie, Joey Belladonna and Jim Norton with guest guitarist Paul Gilbert
7 Skid Row/Anvil April 30, 2011 Sebastian Bach, Steve "Lips" Kudlow and Rob Reiner with guest guitarist Paul Gilbert
8 Vanilla Fudge/Y&T May 7, 2011 Carmine Appice and Dave Meniketti with guest bassist Billy Sheehan

Season 8: 2011

The Michael Sweet/Jani Lane/Taime Downe episode that was originally set to air in October marks Jani Lane's final appearance as it was taped prior to his death in August 2011. Because of this, it premiered as the second episode with the Stephen Pearcy/Tim "Ripper" Owens episode airing as the seventh. A special opening dedicated Lane's memory was attached to the episode.[4]

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Black Sabbath August 20, 2011 Tony Iommi with guest guitarist Phil Collen
2 Stryper/Warrant/Faster Pussycat August 27, 2011 Michael Sweet, Jani Lane and Taime Downe with guest guitarist Phil Collen
3 Rage Against the Machine/King's X September 3, 2011 Tom Morello and Doug Pinnick with guest guitarist Tony Macalpine
4 Slipknot/Night Ranger September 10, 2011 Corey Taylor, Jack Blades and Brad Gillis with guest bassist Billy Sheehan
5 Anthrax/Skid Row September 17, 2011 Scott Ian, Charlie Benante and Dave Sabo with guest guitarist Vinnie Moore
6 Sammy Hagar September 24, 2011 Sammy Hagar with guest guitarist Alex Skolnick
7 Ratt/Tim "Ripper" Owens October 1, 2011 Stephen Pearcy and Tim "Ripper" Owens with guest bassist Billy Sheehan
8 Dream Theater/Whitesnake October 8, 2011 Mike Portnoy and John Sykes with guest guitarist Tony Macalpine
9 Cheap Trick/Rainbow October 15, 2011 Rick Nielsen and Graham Bonnet with guest guitarist Vinnie Moore
10 Metallica October 22, 2011 Lars Ulrich with guest guitarist Alex Skolnick

Season 9: 2011-12

While all the episodes of season 9 were taped in Los Angeles, the season premiere was filmed during the Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy Tour at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Guns N' Roses November 11, 2011 Axl Rose and DJ Ashba
2 Guns N' Roses/Sam Dunn November 19, 2011 Slash and Sam Dunn with guest bassist Glenn Hughes
3 AC/DC November 26, 2011 Brian Johnson with guest guitarist Warren DeMartini
4 Megadeth/Kill Devil Hill December 3, 2011 Dave Mustaine, Vinny Appice and Rex Brown with guest guitarist Warren DeMartini
5 Marilyn Manson/Saxon December 10, 2011 Marilyn Manson and Biff Byford with guest guitarist Chris Broderick
6 Godsmack/Jackyl December 17, 2011 Sully Erna and Jesse James Dupree with guest bassist Glenn Hughes
7 L.A. Guns/Hanoi Rocks December 31, 2011 Tracii Guns and Michael Monroe with guest guitarist John 5
8 Bad Company/Buckcherry January 7, 2012 Paul Rodgers, Josh Todd and Keith Nelson with guest guitarist John 5
9 Scorpions/Andrew Dice Clay January 14, 2012 Herman Rarebell and Andrew Dice Clay with guest guitarist Chris Broderick

Season 10: 2012

Like season 6 and onwards, TMS features a guest musician that plays prior to commercial break. Season 10 is the first to feature a guest drummer. However 8 out of the 10 episodes were shown according to Trunk while two of them debuted in season 11.[5] Jason Newsted, who was originally scheduled to appear in fourth episode, cancelled his appearance at the last minute during the taping and was replaced by the members of Warrant.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Metallica/Machine Head March 31, 2012 Lars Ulrich and Robb Flynn with guest drummer Mike Portnoy
2 Alice Cooper/Great White April 7, 2012 Alice Cooper and Jack Russell with guest drummer Brian Tichy
3 Dokken April 14, 2012 George Lynch, Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown with guest drummer Brian Tichy
4 Iron Maiden April 21, 2012 Adrian Smith with guest guitarist Michael Schenker
5 Motörhead/Warrant April 28, 2012 Lemmy Kilmister, Jerry Dixon and Robert Mason with guest guitarist Michael Schenker
6 UFO/Pearl Jam May 5, 2012 Michael Schenker and Mike McCready with guest guitarist Frank Hannon
7 The Cult/Warlock May 12, 2012 Ian Astbury, Billy Duffy and Doro Pesch with guest guitarist Frank Hannon
8 Pantera/Styx May 19, 2012 Vinnie Paul, Tommy Shaw and James Young with guest guitarist Steve Stevens

Season 11: 2012

Since VH1 Classic revised the schedule for Season 10, the Bobby Blotzer/LA Guns and David Draiman/Adrenaline Mob episodes were moved to season 11 since both episodes have already been taped. The David Draiman/Adrenaline Mob episode premiered as a sneak preview during the "That Metal Show Marathon" on July 21 before its actual airing.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Disturbed/Adrenaline Mob August 11, 2012 David Draiman, Russell Allen and Mike Orlando with guest drummer Mike Portnoy
2 Ratt/L.A. Guns August 18, 2012 Bobby Blotzer, Steve Riley and Phil Lewis with guest guitarist Steve Stevens
3 Queensrÿche/Black Label Society August 25, 2012 Geoff Tate and Zakk Wylde with guest guitarist George Lynch
4 Aerosmith September 1, 2012 Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford with guest guitarist George Lynch
5 Mercyful Fate/Creed September 8, 2012 King Diamond and Mark Tremonti with guest guitarist Doug Aldrich
6 Sammy Hagar/Van Halen September 15, 2012 Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony with guest guitarist John 5
7 Iron Maiden September 22, 2012 Steve Harris with guest guitarist John 5
8 Heart/The Runaways September 29, 2012 Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson and Lita Ford with guest guitarist Doug Aldrich

Season 12: 2013

Season 12 incorporated new segments with only two Top 5 lists being debated in the series. This season also marked the debut of a new round table format as well as an announcer. Each episode surprise special guests appear via satellite to chat with the hosts in the new segment Metal Modem.

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 Metallica June 1, 2013 Jason Newsted with guest drummer Carmine Appice. Metal Modem: Jamey Jasta
2 Stone Sour June 8, 2013 Corey Taylor and Josh Rand with guest guitarist Richie Kotzen. Metal Modem: Dave Lombardo
3 Pantera/Skid Row June 15, 2013 Rex Brown and Sebastian Bach with guest drummer Vinny Appice. Metal Modem: Danko Jones.
4 Jake E. Lee/Def Leppard June 22, 2013 Jake E. Lee and Rick Allen with guest drummer Vinny Appice.
5 Queensrÿche/Megadeth June 29, 2013 Scott Rockenfield, Todd La Torre and Dave Mustaine with guest drummer Carmine Appice. Metal Modem: Amon Amarth
6 White Zombie/John 5/Cinderella July 6, 2013 Rob Zombie, John 5 and Tom Keifer with guest guitarist Richie Kotzen. Metal Modem: Steve Vai
7 Thin Lizzy/Clutch July 13, 2013 Scott Gorham, Ricky Warwick and Neil Fallon with guest guitarist Jake E. Lee. Metal Modem: Dillinger Escape Plan
8 Blue Öyster Cult/Kix July 20, 2013 Buck Dharma, Steve Whiteman and Brian Forsythe with guest guitarist Jake E. Lee

Specials

No. Title Original airdate Guest(s)
1 That Metal Special November 11, 2012 Vince Neil with cameo appearances by Jake E. Lee, Frank DiMino, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and Chris Kael

References

External links

  • That Metal Show at VH1.com
  • That Metal Show on Facebook
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