New on RFS: Week of March 11th, LI A.S.
This week we have Citizen JNothing covering three shows, including a new format along with 80's hits on The Metro, a new episode of Metal Invaders, and Industrial/EBM on The Sanitarium. Magister Bill M. turns to George Carlin for political commentary on The Devil's Mischief, we pour some hellfire in memory of Patsy Cline on Clint Mephisto's Road Show, Magister Paradise attacks the culture of offendedness and censorship on The Accusation Party, Warlock Gene plays classical and choral performances on Vox Satanae, M.D. Roche returns with a new hour of alternative rock on Buzz Kill, Dave Ingram and his pals serve metal surprises and rubbish on Metal Breakfast Radio, and Satanist M.R. Stover returns with a new work of fiction on Satanic Story Time. Details follow.
This episode of Metal Invaders is brought to you by Citizen JNothing (filling in for the CRIP-keeper), and this episode he brings you Zombie Inc., Decrepit Birth, Rivers of Nihil, Neutralis, And Hell Followed With, Down Among The Dead Men, Behemoth, 100 Knives Inside, Amok, Cephalic Carnage, Kult Ov Azazel, Lucifer, Revocation, Pathogen, Requiem Laus.
With all this frenzy over politicians and voting, it's time to turn to GEORGE CARLIN and what he had to say on the matter 20 years ago. Also the stand-up and prank calls of JIM FLORENTINE, and more comedy from the underground's NORMAN WILKERSON.
Clint Mephisto's Shit Kickin Road Show Episode 164, week of March 7th. Your ol' drinkin buddy Clint rustles up a Hellfire Hootenanny from Marty Robbins, Jem Crossland, Demented Are Go!, Carl Belew and a special set of tunes in memory of Patsy Cline's passing!
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing changes things up with the format and even will let you the listener to introduce bands, tune in for details. Skype name is citizen.jnothing if you need it again. He also brings you the hits of the 1980 with the following artists: Gary Numan, Kim Carnes, The Pretenders, Blondie, M, The Manhattans, Hall and Oates, Bette Midler, Fleetwood Mac, Queen, Supertramp, Pete Townsend, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and finish up with a classic by Pink Floyd.
This week we feature works by Heinrich Schütz, Jean-Philippe Rameau, Václav Tomášek, Alfredo Catalani, Carl W. Stalling, and Milt Franklyn with performances by Musica Fiata Köln, The Chamber Chorus of Stuttgart, Frieder Bernius, Kenneth Gilbert, Jana Jonásová, Marie Mrázová, Vladimir Dolezal, Richard Novák, The Kühn Mixed Chorus, The Prague Chamber Orchestra, Pavel Kühn, The Symphony Orchestra of Rome, Francesco La Vecchia, and Carl W. Stalling.
In this episode, we explore the culture of offendedness, why they’re offended, and what that means to the rest of us. Later in the program, we’ll speak with a former Playboy executive regarding that publication’s recent move to eliminate nudity and why that might be. Then, we’ll conclude with some thoughts on censorship from a now deceased rock musician and iconoclast, one who often had the final word on why free speech matters more than hurt feelings.
Scarling, Blood Circus, CKY, Skin Yard, Porno For Pyros, Big Black, The Juliana Hatfield Three, Fugazi, Screaming Trees, Elastica, HIM, Slowdive, Mad Season, and Temple Of The Dog.
This month on The Sanitarium, Citizen JNothing brings you the sounds of Apoptygma Berzerk (covering Metallica), Bella Morte, 3TEETH, Suiciety, A Spell Inside, The Cruxshadows, Thomas Trance, X-Marks The Pedwalk, Dead When I Found Her, Lights Of Euphoria, Pouppée Fabrikk, Information Society.
Metal Breakfast Radio hopes you listened in to the special message dropped in to the feed last week, as it explains all the current and future goings on. This week though sees a new show and Dave, Bob and Kent get down and get with it - as best they can at their age - with a few nice surprises. And some rubbish ones.
The Devil’s Tuning Fork: M.R. Stover has carefully selected the following tracks for The Devil’s Tuning Fork: “An Ominous Awakening” from Gyps Fulvus’ brand new album, The Lich, “Sanctus Diavolos” from Rotting Christ, and “Enter the Hall of Ice” from Aghast.
The Devil’s Workshop: M.R. Stover has bestowed his story, “Vineyard”, Chapter 1 of The Thirteen Knights of Death, for its audio adaptation for Satanic Story Time. This audio adaptation takes on some new characteristics that were previously unused for Satanic Story Time’s short story segments. Among the new technological differences, listeners will enjoy a clearer narrative. You will also hear the newly created soundscapes embedded with the sound effects for a more surreal listening experience.