Ivan Moody Talks Soberity


‘The Dood’ Jave Patterson caught up with Ivan Moody to discuss the perils of stardom (which he pokes fun at in the song Sham-Pain) in this peek behind the curtain interview with the Five Finger Death Punch frontman.

[SCAM ALERT] Tent Review

So, this ‘hydraulic tent’ deal is the biggest scam we’ve run across in a lot of years. As mentioned in the video, you may have been recently bombarded by ads on social media promoting this very cool looking tent which, supposedly sets up in 3 minutes and tears down just about as fast.

Well, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Check out our video Scam Alert review of this piece of junk.


It Doesn’t Work For Shit: Ep. 1: Viddyoze Software Review

Lzzy Hale of Halestorm Talks About Pants and the Being Of ‘Uncomfortable’


Jave speaks with old friend Lzzy Hale of Halestorm to discuss their love of Reno, Nevada, why the pants she made for him should be burned and how the new song ‘Uncomfortable’ is all about giving a middle finger to the world and being YOU!

Nothing More Singer Discusses New Song ‘Just Say When’


Jave Patterson discusses what the singer does on a day off and the background behind the heart felt song ‘Just Say When’ from their Grammy nominated album ‘The Stories We Tell Ourselves’.

A Dood speaks with Don Felder of the Eagles!


Don Felder, legendary guitarist for the Eagles and writer of such songs as ‘Hotel California’ took some time to speak with Jave Patterson of Two Doods Reviews today. Together, they discuss how Don taught Tom Petty how to play guitar, the highlights of such an illustrious career with the Eagles and as a solo artist, how he came to write the song ‘Heavy Metal’ for the cult animated classic movie ‘Heavy Metal’, his drink of choice and the ‘Last Supper’- what his final meal would look like!

This is a MUST LISTEN for any Eagles fan!

Album Review: Underoath ‘Erase Me’

While the Tampa, Fl. based band has been around since 1997, it is likely you aren’t familiar with them. With their reformation and recent release ‘Erase Me’, that may change in 2018 and beyond.

The new album shows massive growth in songwriting and accessibility along with a newfound angst, perfect for those times when you are ready to ‘crank it to 11’!

In the video below, us Doods speak at length and discuss the album song-by-song with Chris Dudley, keyboardist for the band.

Check out the candid talk!

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