Actor Joe Manganiello connects with Slipknot’s clown to discuss how he spent time with real wolves to prepare for True Blood, his early love for fantasy role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons, and his streetwear passion project that marries the world of heavy metal and fantasy art called, DEATH SAVES.
clown connects with therapist Jeffrey Kashou to discuss mental health and importance of shared experience.
They revisit Slipknot’s landmark BBC performance from earlier this year, discuss Carter’s segue from visual art to music, and clown’s decade-in the-making Look Outside Your Window project.
Clown welcomes festival producer and music industry veteran John Reese into The Electric Theater.
From tour stories with Pantera to the fallout from the current pandemic, the exchange is an entertaining 80-minutes that passes all too quickly.
Randy and clown dig deep into their shared passion for photograph and more.
“I think that’s a big thing that is missing from humanity, is empathy. That is one of the key things why so much goes so wrong. That people don’t think about how other people feel or what they’re going through. It’s really having that care for everyone and everything.” -Matt Heafy
“The brick will drop.” This conversation was recorded on April 27, 2020, but it feels even more relevant today than ever before.
The Electric Theater’s inaugural episode featuring Jami Morgan of Code Orange.