Episode 34: The Second Wind (Intermezzo 3)
Episode 33: The Whip and Pivot - Part 8
Oh buoy! The band uses the proceeds from their last adventure to get some much needed R&R on a music festival cruise.
Shoozie reunites with an old flame, Kriegin gets a new attitude, Johnny helps some punks with a project, and Skadi is ridiculously over-served.
Featured Music: Cause for Alarm by Future Girls and Moonrock by Milker’s Wanted
Episode 32: The Whip and Pivot - Part 7
In the finale of the Whip & Pivot arc, our heroes battle to prevent the forces of metal from unleashing an ancient evil.
Featured Music: Betterment by Baptists and My Chinchilla by Cub.
Episode 31: The Whip and Pivot - Part 6
We heard you like montages so we put some montages on your montages. The gang gets ready to roll, and learn that liches get stitches.
Feature Music: Summer of 89 by Brutal Poodle and Moving On by Rong
Episode 30: The Whip and Pivot - Part 5
Rust Monster commits some light B&E as they dig deeper into the secrets of the mine, and mess with someone who sucks.
Featured Music: Seasons by Chica and Coffins by Brat Kings.
Episode 29: The Whip and Pivot - Part 4
Everything goes off the rails as RUST MONSTER takes a ride that costs an arm and a leg. Well, an arm anyways…
IRL, the gang suffers from early onset heatstroke and hilarity ensues.
Featured Music: Classic Bad Times by Aaron Beckum and The Void by Chiller.
Episode 28: The Whip and Pivot - Part 3
In which everyone makes bad decisions.
Featured music: Going Grey by Girlfriend Material and Hungry by White Lung.
Episode 27: The Whip and Pivot - Part 2
The gang gets roped into a heist while the Mellencats really ring Kriegin's bell, and the biggest mystery in Dungeon Punks history gets reignited
Featured music: Bad Habits by BRASS and Cowboy by Dumb.
Episode 26: The Whip and Pivot - Part 1
Can you really go home again? Will there ever be a mine that wasn't dug too deep? What do you think grass would say if it could talk? Answers to these questions and more as RUST MONSTER and Shoozie Joon enjoy some quality family time.
Featured music: The Enemy by DOA and Fade Away by Mobina Galore.
Episode 25.5: Greatest Hits Vol. 1
The band ends up in the middle of a brawl between a gang of good ol' boys and a some badass babes. Kriegin takes a leap of faith and ends up on the run, while Shoozie lets her freak(y) flag fly.
Featured music: Country Boys by lié, and Surgery by Rah Rah.
Episode 25: The Long Rest (Intermezzo 2) - Part 2
Re-live Rust Monster's Greatest Hits as we give a quick recap of the last 25 episodes.
A perfect jumping on point for new listeners, or just to remind yourself what happened!
Episode 24: The Long Rest (Intermezzo 2) - Part 1
Rust Monster is still home for a rest, as the band gets in a bar fight, Shoozie runs into an old friend, and someone gets an offer they can't refuse (literally).
Featured music: It's Catching Up by Nomeansno and King's Head by Sellout
Episode 23: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 8
Rust Monster returns home, but it's not as restful as they hoped when the band discovers a new member of the team, Kriegin runs into an old friend, and someone goes to jail.
Featured music: Syntax Error by War Baby and So Seizure by Blue Youth.
Episode 22: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 7
Rust Monster plays a show for the ages, reconnects with family, and goes crown shopping in the final episode of the the Twin Pines Inn arc.
Featured music: True Zero by Cancer Bats and Fruit Grenade by Rust Monster.
Episode 21: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 6
Rust Monster finally finds out where that sound is coming from, takes a page out of someone else's book, and finds a link to the past so they can get back to the future.
Featured music: Hang My Head by The Flatliners and Come Undone by Miesha & The Spanks.
Episode 20: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 5
After our last episode's Dylan Ex Machina, the gang gets a second chance, and Stu finally finds out how many Pop Culture References is too many.
Featured music: Bury Me by Actors and Aye Aye Aye by Poor Baby.
Episode 19: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 4
The band really messes this one up. Leigh is very good at smart things, and definitely remembers her character's backstory.
Featured music: Like A Man by Adnama and Do You Want It Now? by The Discarded.
Episode 18: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 3
Johnny tries to buy a fruit basket. Skadi gets to know her mom. The gang goes camping and meets an old man in the woods.
Featured music: Bad Pop by Bad Pop and Death Is At My Door by Dead Soft.
Episode 17: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 2
How many time travel references can we make in a single episode? Find out as RUST MONSTER has the time of their lives. Or Skadi's, anyway.
Featured music: Failed Imagineer by Propaghandi and Final Curtain for a Drama Queen by The Wet Secrets.
Episode 16: The Twin Pines Inn - Part 1
Time is not on Rust Monster's side as Johnny meets new people and Skadi feels a bit faded.
Featured music: Invisible by Bishop's Green and Naked Ass Marimba by LEMONGRAB.
RUST MONSTER goes home and meets Johnny's pen pal!
Featured music: Gentrification by Alien Boys and Near to the Wild Heart of Life by Japandroids