Marco D’Auria takes us on the Firing Line with the Mystique Film! Live tonight!

The LeBrain Train: 2000 Words or More with Mike & Harrison

Episode 114 – MYSTIQUE – Standing on the Firing Line with Marco D’Auria

Canadian Filmmaker and Contrarian Marco D’Auria is back on the LeBrain Train tonight to discuss his new film Mystique: Standing on the Firing Line!  Mystique was a progressive metal band that formed in Hamilton Ontario in the 1980s.  They released a single, a demo, and an EP which today are highly valued collectables.  Their image might have been more hard rock/hair metal, but their music was far more challenging than their look.  Unfortunately the band never released their 1989 album, which was recorded but never properly mixed.  Now Marco is bringing Mystique back to the attention of the metal masses with this documentary which will debut in September.

Harrison and I will be peppering Marco with questions about this band, their discography, and his film.  It is something he is very proud of, and from what little I have seen so far, he should indeed be proud!

Marco will also be doing a giveaway!  In other words – catch this one LIVE.  This will be a special show, and we have more surprises up our sleeves.  Clips from the film (including unreleased music) and more will be going down tonight.  Seriously, don’t miss it.  You know how we do things here.  We like surprises.  Expect surprises.

Friday July 15, 7:00 PM E.S.T.  on YouTubeFacebook and also Facebook!




  1. Excellent. This looks to be a fun show, a historic moment for the train.

    Also, did you happen to see that Kane Roberts is back with Alice Cooper? Cool.

    And Pantera reformed with Zakk Mylde and Charlie Benatante replacing Dime and Vinnie. Not cool!

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      1. I hope they dig out some Raise Your Fist and Yell deep cuts with Kane. Love that album almost as much as I love you and Harrison.

        And I hope the reformed Pantera plays only glam era songs. Just to see the crowd reaction.

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        1. I love their ’90s albums and Power Metal, but it makes no sense for them to play live now since it’s only 1/2 of them, and Dime and Vinnie are irreplaceable in that band.

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  2. Not in the way I think. Now you’ve got me worried. Do you have video footage of me dancing in my underwear you’re going to show everyone?

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        1. Are you sending someone to kill me before you upload the replay?

          Heh. I didn’t mean to force you to tip your hand. Maybe I can find a way to hop on for a bit.

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        2. Yeah it’s the last show. It’s time. A good show to go out on. I didn’t want it to overshadow Marco’s film so we won’t be talking about it until after the interview.

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        3. Friday is the night I eat out. When I got home from getting the food I loved to pop on your show when I was eating my burger. I’ll miss it.

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        1. Right — I should state that is the big exception.

          I am cancelling my Streamyard before it renews next month, but I will get it again for a month subscription when Paul Laine or anybody else comes back for an interview.

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