This week’s guests are Testament vocalist Chuck Billy and experimental Toronto band Milhouse. Cassius opens the show paying tribute to both a family member and a friend who passed this week. Next, Cassius reacts to Phil Anselmo playing his first full Pantera cover set in years.
Cassius reviews both nights of Drake and Migos’ Aubrey & The Three Migos tour in Edmonton, Canada, Nov. 6-7 2018.
Jonathan Hultén is lead guitarist of the metal band Tribulation. Jonathan met Cassius downtown Edmonton to discuss living in Sweden and the dynamics of their music scene, his belief in the occult, touring internationally, his interests in art, fashion and much more.
Cassius opens the show with a special announcement and his reaction to Cannabis becoming legal in Canada this week, followed by a review of rapper Quavo’s debut solo album, ‘QUAVO HUNCHO’.
Legendary former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley calls in to The Cassius Morris Show to discuss the possibility of rejoining KISS, his new solo album “Spaceman” dropping October 19th, KISS’ ‘End Of The Road’ tour, reuniting with Gene Simmons for shows in Australia & Japan, the state of the music industry & much more.
Cassius opens the show reacting to Lil Wayne’s new song “Don’t Cry” featuring deceased rapper XXXTentacion; Did Wayne use X’s death for streams? Next, a review of Black Sabbath’s third studio album, “Master Of Reality”.
Big Daddy Tazz is one of the most beloved stand-up comics in Canada. He has performed at Just For Laughs, Saskatoon Comedy Festival & much more, as well as been seen on The Comedy Network, CTV, CBC, and Comedy Now.
Cassius sits down with Rock legend Buzz Osborne for a candid, raw interview backstage at The Melvins’ Edmonton concert.
Cassius reacts to Eminem’s 10th studio album, ‘Kamikaze’.
Comedian Alex Fortin sits down with Cassius to discuss his comedy career, his writing process, staying original, his embarrassing first standup performance, dealing with comedy clubs, attempting to become a cop & much more.