EVANGELIZING STRIP CLUBS

A Canadian strip club doubles as a church. We've been saying that church is stale and isn't trying anything new, well not in Canada, my friends! A gentleman’s club in Guelph, Ontario, is holding church services right on the stage next to the stripper pole. Jack Ninaber and his wife Sharon decided they would host a Christian fellowship service at the unconventional space in order to bring religion to people who don't feel comfortable seeking it out, CTV reports.

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REESE ROPER OF FIVE IRON FRENZY

Singer of long-time Christian ska band Five Iron Frenzy, Reese Roper joins us to reflect on the early days of touring and their Kickstarter success. They raised over $200K  with a goal of $30K - an amazing feat that shows just how many christian ska fans that still exist. He also discusses how the ska band Less than Jake acted more Christ-like than most Christian bands, which is no real surprise to those inside the christian music world, and Reese goes a bit into how the church is warped politically. Everybody knows that God is a republican.

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ANDY OTHLING (LOWERCASE NOISES), SEXUAL REPRESSION AND GUITAR PEDALS

I know we joked about it on the episode, but it really is so strange to be working with the BC guys on this new album of mine. I listened to a lot of Emery in college (but I have to admit, I was one of those guys that didn't end up buying the 3rd album for whatever reason) and have been enjoying the podcast since close to the beginning. I had no idea they would be interested in my type of music and wasn't pursuing any partnership initially. But here we are!

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DEMON HUNTER (RYAN CLARK AND JON DUNN) REMINISCES AND SHARES SECRETS

Demon Hunter blasted the metalcore scene in 2002. They discuss how years before, other bands paved the way for their success. Fox News and MSNBC wanted some answers that we got on this episode about the possibility of Bin Laden getting shot by a soldier who was wearing a Demon Hunter sticker and potentially listening to their music. Hunting demons is pretty damn badass, but hunting terrorists is a close second.

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Dallas Taylor's (Maylene and the Sons of Disaster/Underoath) Near Death Experience

Four wheeler accident on 8/2/16 broke him up physically but changed his life for the better, Dallas Taylor talks about it all for the first time. Lead singer of the band Maylene and the Sons of Disaster and former frontman of Underoath, says he now he loves deeper, appreciates more and is currently persevering through intense pain and physical limitations. He talks about the horror he has gone through, we chat about his music - past, present, and future.

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