Who is Doc Coyle?
Doc Coyle is an ex-God Forbid guitarist for the American Bad Wolves. Doc Coyle speaks with professionals from the music industry and other creative industries about the challenges and transitions that come with leaving massive ventures. Doc serves as the host of The Ex-Man podcast for those passionate and driven 20-30 somethings at a crossroads trying to figure out “what’s next?”.
Early Life and Childhood
Doc Coyle was born in the United States of America. He is in his forties, but he keeps his personal life private. As a result, his exact birth date and year are unknown to the general public.
Doc is of white ethnicity and is of American nationality. At the moment, no information about his parents or siblings is available.
Doc Coyle attended Gill St. Bernards Prep School from 1996 to 1998, where he graduated with honors.
He participated in Varsity Basketball while there.
Coyle is the host of The Ex-Man podcast, which he started in 2016. After leaving a major venture, he struggled to regain his footing.
He now interviews other musicians and creative professionals who have left seminal bands and jobs to learn how they dealt with difficult life transitions. Christian Olde Wolbers, Mark Hunter, ex-Roadrunner, and current Century Media A&R, Mike Gitter, are among the guests.
The Ex Man consistently ranks in the top 100 music podcasts on iTunes, and its popularity grows month after month.
Despite the fact that Doc announced his departure from God Forbid in 2013, he has remained active as a musician in a variety of band projects.
In 2012, he formed the atmospheric hard rock band Vagus Nerve. Visceral, their crowdfunded debut EP, was released in 2016.
Doc founded Rebel Noise Group in New York City, and it was re-launched in Los Angeles with metal veterans such as vocalist Tommy Vext, drummer Kenneth Schalk, vocalist Myke Terry, and guitarist Courtney Cox.
God Forbid is a heavy metal band from East Brunswick, New Jersey, formed in 1996. After six full-length albums, the band announced its dissolution in 2013.
Dallas Coyle, Byron Davis, Matt Wicklund, Doc, John Outcalt, and Corey Pierce were all former members.
Doc announced his decision to leave God Forbid on his personal website on August 16, 2013.
On March 14, 2022, the band announced that they would be reuniting for the 2022 Blue Ridge Rock Festival in September, marking the band’s first performance in nine years.
Net Worth and Salary
Doc Coyle’s net worth is estimated to be $765,453.
Doc Coyle is a man who enjoys his life and career, but he is secretive about his marital status. As a result, it is unknown whether he is married, divorced, or single.
He is a man of above-average stature, standing at 5 ft 9 in (Appro. 1.75 m).
His Twitter handle is @DocCoyle.
- Doc is a former God Forbid guitarist for the American Bad Wolves.
- He serves as the host of The Ex-Man podcast for those passionate and driven 20-30 somethings at a crossroads trying to figure out “what’s next?”.
- His net worth is estimated to be $765,453.
- He stands 5 ft 9 in tall (Appro. 1.75 m).
- In 2012, he formed the atmospheric hard rock band Vagus Nerve. Visceral, their crowdfunded debut EP, was released in 2016.