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Mod Sun, Teenage Wrist

The Gunz Show got you a special Valentine present this year—and it’s much better than flowers and chocolate.

Tune in as Gunz invites Mod Sun to the show ahead of the release of Internet Killed The Rockstar. The album drops this Friday (2/12) and marks a new era in Mod’s career, so the two spend some time looking back on the journey that led him here. They’ll also chat about Mod’s return to drumming, working with Avril Lavigne, and more.

Later, Teenage Wrist calls in. Their new collection Earth Is A Black Hole drops this week with Epitaph Records, so Gunz asks the band about their history, the sound they’re creating, and what it was like making an album in LA during quarantine.


Mod Sun, Shawne Merriman

We’re back with another episode of The Gunz Show! Mod Sun and Shawne Merriman join the mic in the latest podcast.

When Mod Sun calls in to catch up with Gunz, the two have a lot to talk about. Between looking back on his career and looking ahead to a new era of Mod Sun, Gunz is giving us an in depth look at the artist.

Later, Shawne Merriman braves the East Coast chill to visit Gunz in studio. While they discuss sports, they touch on MMA, broadcasting, and the possibility of tanking.


Loveless Are A Modern-Day “Picasso” In Cathartic New Banger

The life of an artist can be a labor of love. From waiting for creativity to strike to the feelings of self-doubt leading up to a release, it takes much ambition and persistence to release music into the world. Burnout is real, and the identity crisis that can occur when the music can’t come out takes its toll. Up-and-coming rock duo Loveless expresses these complex emotions in their latest single, “Picasso.”  Striking a balance between introspection and angst, “Picasso” takes listeners through the mind and heart of a creative. Pop-induced vocal melodies and danceable beats reminiscent of bands such as… Read more »

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