Check out a rebroadcast of Randy “Rocket” Cody‘s new FM Rock Radio appearance that aired this morning on WQEE 99.1 with host Ryan O Neal. The audio from the night Chris Cornell died is analyzed and he shares new details from his independent investigation!! #TruthForChris #Pedogate
Check it out down below.
This is the 3rd installment. It is compelling to say the least! https://t.co/JbXHFbo1f1— Texas Nurse(free Julian) (@MaryJaneWillig) May 27, 2020
THE METAL DEN (www.themetalden.com) is an online webzine that promotes hard rock and heavy metal music, offering regularly updated news content, interviews, CD/DVD reviews, remixes/mashups, and investigative reports. THE METAL DEN, also referred to commonly as “TMD”, enjoys readers in over 100 countries around the world. TMD’s owner and editor, Randy “Rocket” Cody, launched the webzine initially in February of 2005 via Myspace, while writing for leading heavy metal site metalunderground.com. The next year in 2006, Cody partnered with Eddie Karam of Florida based THE EDGE FACTORY, to officially launch the website for THE METAL DEN.
Cody’s also well known for posting successful hoax articles, like the one that fooled the United Kingdom site Metro in 2017 by sending a fake press release that claimed Lady Gaga was going to collaborate with METALLICA and sing on their next album to be released in 2019. The fake article was titled “Metallica ‘set to record album with Lady Gaga for release in 2019’.”
However, without a doubt, Cody is most well known for his work investigating the deaths of Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington. He posted over 400 long format reports between 2017 and 2018, reaching over an estimated one billion online readers in that time due to his work being published at many major mainstream news sites, including the Detroit News in the USA, one of the top 10 most read newspapers in the United States.
Hey! #PEDOGATE? I was the dude who first broke that story BIG, OK? Nobody else & it went viral once Chester died!! 😎https://t.co/YjsXDdGKea via @NeonNettle @TheMetalDen @jbugg72 @RebelPilled @SoylentRadio @THR @freeparadox @Starrynights98 @GypsyMajik1122 #TruthForChris pic.twitter.com/sIeh0bYrUJ— Randy Rocket Cody (@rocketmetalden) March 12, 2018