This week we hear the 1000th composer with works by Jacobus Vaet, Daniel Bacheler, Kaspar Förster, Jean Baptiste Loeillet de Gant, Joan Baptista Pla i Agustí, José Maurício Nunes Garcia, Alexis de Castillon, Frederick Shepherd Converse, and Pēteris Vasks with performances by Capella Mariana, Capella Ornamentata, Vojtĕch Semerád, Nigel North, Kai Wessel, Krzysztof Szmyt, Grzegorz Zychowicz, Il Tempo Baroque Ensemble, Agata Sapiecha, Daniel Rothert, Vanessa Young, Ketil Haugsand, Bruce Haynes, The Baroque Orchestra, Frans Brüggen, Szu-Wen Wang, Darlene Cluff, Keely J. Rhodes, Jeffrey Jones-Ragona, Phillip D. Hill, Peter Hamilton, The University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers and Orchestra, James […]
A Fine Day to Celebrate Your Carnality! Perhaps you are aroused to conjure the ancient Roman fertility festival of Lupercalia? Or you might find inspiration via the traditional date to share tokens of romantic love with those who have aroused your passions? For whatever reasons, may all you horny, life-loving devils enjoy a lust-filled day—as well as a musk-filled night—with your exciting, eager partners! It is a fine occasion to responsibly partake of the sensual joys that nature offers for, indeed, we are all animals! —Magus Peter H. Gilmore
Magister Carl Abrahamsson and Vanessa Sinclair present this once-in-a-life time conference on esoteric modernism and psychoanalysis. This event will also feature a presentation by Magistra Blanche Barton on Satanism and the Church of Satan. More information at carlabrahamsson.com, press release below: Registration is now OPEN! Events will take place over 3 days: Thursday – Saturday, May 30 – June 1, 2019. The first two days proceedings will be held at Schloß Pienzenau & the third and final day will be at Brunnenburg Castle once the home of Ezra Pound, whose grandson Siegfried de Rachewiltz will be joining us. The castles are located in the beautiful mountains […]
Vox Satanae turns 10 today! Episode 001 – The Week of February 9, 2009 In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Vox Satanae, we hear how it all began with works by Thomas Tallis, Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini, Richard Strauss, Jerry Goldsmith, and Philip Glass. Stream Episode #1 Encore. Download Episode #1 Encore.
“The Sulfur Blues” is an instrumental blues melt with classical music and contemporary acoustic sounds composed by Candyboy. His first acoustic tour in the U.S. is listed below. “While I was writing The Sulfur Blues, I imagined the mist of sulfur coming out of the infernal regions. Sulfur in alchemy is the symbol of the final transformation and this is my last transformation against the musical tendencies of the masses. The adamantine gates have opened, the sulphur will be out!” 3/23 Decatur, Atlanta – The Square 3/25 Nashville – Famous Saloon 3/25 Nashville – Bluebird Cafe 3/26 Indianapolis […]
“All around my…” Dave turns 50! Usually on these celebratory occasions — or when he does a show alone, as he is this time — then it’s an indulgent episode. But NO, for this one Dave gives in to indulgence and returns the favour to boss of Transcending Obscurity Records by promoting the label sampler for 2019. Though there’s a minor indulgence toward the end; during the show Dave spins a demo version of a track from triple-fronted death metal monsters TROIKADON. This song only features Kam Lee on vocals (Karl and Dave have yet to record their parts) so […]
With the forthcoming release of the film “Lords Of Chaos”—based upon the book by the same name—DJ Warlock Hell On Wheels shares tracks from that era, along with his somewhat encyclopedic knowledge of the genre. Featuring bands that influenced Norway’s infamously bloody second wave of Black Metal, with a few surprises tossed in. Only on Radio Free Satan Stream Episode 63 Download Episode 63
This week we hear works by Giuseppe Tartini, Hyacinthe Jadin, Adolf Lindblad, Mieczysław Karłowicz, Veselin Stoyanov, and Detlev Glanert with performances by Hélène Schmitt, The Luceram Ensemble, Patrick Cohen, The Swedish Radio Choir and Symphony Orchestra, Gustav Sjökvist, The Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Humala, Anatoli Krastev, The Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stanislav Ushev, The BBC Symphony Orchestra, and Markus Stenz. Stream Episode 424 Download Episode 424
PSYCHO CHARGER is preparing to release Vault of the Psycho, a collection of songs to celebrate the 20th-anniversary of the band’s existence! Vault of the Psycho comes includes “thirty two tracks of terror” consisting of unreleased songs, rare cuts, film music, tribute songs, remixes and live tracks. Vault of the Psycho is the first release since 2014’s well-received Spawn of the Psycho and a “return” of sorts to Psycho Charger for the main mind of the band Jimmy Psycho, who has been busy with his “spooky sci-fi punk rock lounge band” The Jimmy Psycho Experiment as well as writing music […]
This week we hear works by Franz Schubert, Josef Strauss, Ernst Mielck, Pancho Vladigerov, and Jörg Widmann with performances by Benjamin Schmidinger, Albin Lenzer, Jörg Hering, Kurt Azesberger, Harry van der Kamp, The Wiener Sängerknaben, Chorus Viennensis, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Bruno Weil, The Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra, Alfred Walter, The Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ari Rasilainen, The Bulgarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Vladigerov, The Zürich Tonhalle Orchestra, and Jörg Widmann. Stream Episode 423 Download Episode 423
In 1992, the US Congress deemed January 16th as Religious Freedom Day in celebration of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom passed on January 16 of 1786. This act is a significant precursor of the Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Please follow this link to enjoy pieces done by our members in celebration of this unique holiday.