This episode of Metal Invaders is brought to you by Warlock JNothing, and he brings you the following bands from the 1980's: Accept, Yngwie Malmsteen, EZO, Danger Danger, Killer Dwarfs, Tesla, Helloween, Whitesnake, WASP, Testament, Exodus, Slayer, and finishing up with one of his favorite bands from the late 1980's - Kingdom Come.
“And the Dalai Lama has outraged feminists…”
Hot off the editing desk - and recorded long before Dave’s gig in Baltimore, Maryland - here’s a new episode for you, with Dave, Bob and Kent in high spirits (that’s the whiskey) and on top form (ditto) with a show that’s first half is packed with utter shash. Second half is way better, so the triplets of lush continue their verbal barrage raining down on the music, and there’s a couple of hidden surprises towards the end. MBR want to apologise to whomsoever the original photo for this week’s cover art belongs to. It was too good an opportunity to miss. On this you’ll hear: ABHORRENT DECIMATION, ANGER AS ART, BESTIAL CLITORIS, SEVERAL EYES, LONG PIG AND THE FEMCANS, DEVILSPEAK, DEAD NEXUS, TOMMY CONCRETE AND THE WEREWOLVES, HELLOWEEN, AL GOREGRIND, GUMO MANIACS, ILLNATH, MAD MINUTES, KONKHRA, DEATHROW, PAT BOONE, SLICED PIMPLES, HAIL OF BULLETS and DIO.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings his tribute to David Bowie featuring several artists who have been influenced and/or covered the master chameleon with music and stage image. Artists featured during this tribute are: David Bowie (of course), Boy George, Tin Machine, Queen, The Quintessentials, Mick Jagger, Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor, Infectious Grooves, Nirvana, Atrocity, Celtic Frost, Def Leppard, Helloween, Peter Schilling. David Bowie will live forever with all the cross genre music he produced. R.I.P. David Bowie
This month on The Metal Grotto, Citizen JNothing brings you the following artists: Fear Factory, Nile, Sepultura, Damageplan, Temple Of Baal, Bison b.c., Anthrax, In Flames, Helloween, Eric Ouellet, Rob Zombie, Seraphim Shock.
This week The Devil's Mischief takes a look back at episode #265, the BEATLEMANIA special. Whether you like the Beatles or hate the Beatles, you'll enjoy this 2008 episode of comedy and novelty that's all about the Fab Four: Beatles parodies, stand-up comedy about the Beatles, bizarre Beatles novelty covers, and more! Including the infamous parody THE RUTLES, plus BILL HICKS, BEATALLICA, JOHN VALBY, BOB RIVERS, and even a rare unreleased Beatles parody from WEIRD AL YANKOVIC.