Municipal Waste Talk "Worst Gigs," Moshing Fans Onstage, Silent Audiences and More | Revolver

Municipal Waste Talk "Worst Gigs," Moshing Fans Onstage, Silent Audiences and More

Hear drummer Dave Witte reveal down-and-dirty truth about band life on Revolver podcast
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Municipal Waste's Dave Witte (far left), 2017
photograph by Kip Dawkins

On the podcast Worst Gig Ever, Geoff Garlock (Orchid, Panthers, the Year Is One, Low Estate, UCB Theatre) wallows in the crapulance of what it takes to be a musician in this world, with different guests sharing their own hilarious horror stories every week. On this episode, Municipal Waste's drummer extraordinaire Dave Witte discusses how he needed to get contacts since his glasses would always get knocked off by moshing fans onstage, the record release show where the audience was silent, getting stuff stolen in South America, wanting to do a powerviolence record where he sings, why he thinks the Dave Matthews Band's drummer is a geniusĀ and of course, the craft beer that changed his life.

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Witte is also a craft beer aficionado. Check out "21 Beers, 21 Metal Songs: Dave Witte, Richard Christy vs. Trappist Drinking Challenge" below where we had these craft beer nerds take on all 21 of the Ancient Brewing Tactics pairings.