In this segment, Neeley and Chris read an email from a band called Faithsedge asking for an interview on the show. The guys are up for it, but find some music from the band that isn’t well received at all. Then, the show concludes with Neeley reading a story about a school trying to issue punishment for students that wore blackface outside of the school and off school hours which sparked a student protest. The guys can’t believe how weak the school administration is.
Neeley and Chris start the segment reading a story about former Morbid Angel frontman David Vincent saying that anyone that doesn’t buy physical music is not a real fan. Chris feels he’s just old fashioned and needs to adapt to the modern age. This leads into some stories about listening to music truck driving, as both Neeley and Chris did in their past.
Neeley and Chris talk about the debut of Steve Riley’s “LA Guns”. Then, a CMS fan calls in from the festival to give us a full rundown of the day’s events.