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Former MTV Host Vanessa Warwick Returns with New Metal & Rock Show

Legendary MTV presenter Vanessa Warwick returns to our screens to front a new show entitled ‘Heavy Metal HeyDaze’. Get all the info here…



Vanessa Warwick

Swedish streaming startup Staccs, has announced the recruitment of a former MTV host to head up a brand new music programme on its platform. Vanessa Warwick, known for hosting the legendary ‘Headbangers Ball’ on MTV during the 1990s, will host ‘Heavy Metal HeyDaze’ – an original series on Staccs TV dedicated to showcasing the best of metal and rock music videos.

Available from September 17th on the Staccs TV channel on Samsung TV+ and Pluto TV only in the Nordics, ‘Heavy Metal HeyDaze’ will take viewers on an access-all-areas tour through the metal and rock music videos and concert recordings available on Staccs.

Taking a deep dive into the world of metal and rock, from exclusive live performances, documentaries, interviews and the most rocking videos from a curated Staccs playlist handpicked by Vanessa – new episodes of ‘Heavy Metal HeyDaze’ will be released each month, with repeats airing every Thursday at 9pm CET on the Staccs TV channel and

Speaking on the announcement, Vanessa Warwick said:

“I’m so excited to be back on screen with ‘Heavy Metal HeyDaze’ on Staccs TV. It’s a walk down memory lane to those brilliant days of Headbangers Ball. But more than just an ode to the past, it’s a new opportunity to showcase the very best of metal and rock that Staccs offers and take fans closer to the music than ever before.”

She continued:


“Fans are the heart and soul of rock music and I’ve got high hopes Staccs will be in top demand with its brilliant programming. Gone are the days of staying up late to watch these shows or having to record episodes on VHS, as Staccs can offer this rocking content on demand. Keep it heavy!”

Robert Kviby, CEO and Chairman of Staccs, said:

“It’s an absolute honour to welcome Vanessa Warwick to Staccs TV with this awesome format. Fans of metal and rock in the 90s will be able to make an epic time travel.”

UK airing dates will be released shortly and, for more information, head to

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.