This week on The Metro, Rev. Jeff Ivins brings the following bands to you for you weekly time warp: Bongos, General Public, Simple Minds, Village People, Prince, Alarm, The Police, Code Blue, Eddie Grant, Jackson Browne, Madness, Joy Division, and finishing off with some Killer Pussy. Stream The Metro #696. Download The Metro #696.
Vox Satanae – Episode #571 17th-21st Centuries This week we hear works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Giuseppe Tartini, Fritz Kreisler, Franz Liszt, Camille Saint-Saëns, Eugen d’Albert, Gustav Mahler, Hamish MacCunn, Henry Kimball Hadley, Sergei Prokofiev, Béla Bartók, Aulis Sallinen, and Thomas Adès. 199 Minutes – Week of 2023 October 23 Stream Vox Satanae Episode 571. Download Vox Satanae Episode 571.
The Tampa Morgue- Episode #16 Reverend Andy Howl stops by the Morgue and talks about his band Burned At The Stake, his shop Howl Tattoo’s and his involvement with the Church Of Satan. We also talk to Eric Gran about his Black Mass 3 that will take place in Tampa this upcoming weekend at the Brass Mug. Apple Podcasts / Spotify original air date: 10/22/23
In the latest for his Skeptical Inquirer column, The Devil in the Details, Warlock Sword revisits the Order of Nine Angles, a devil-worshipping group of Neo-Nazi terrorists, and takes news media to task for irresponsible headlines talking about an “international” and “transnational Satanic cult. Read the full article here.
5:08 PM, Monday, 10/23/2023 Reverend Jeff Bowling of the Church of Satan and founder of the Infernal Legion, a group for Satanist veterans, will be interviewed by Robert Taylor for what will be a fascinating discussion. Catch the broadcast livestreaming at www.KWRO.com For more information, follow this link.
The Church of Satan has a long history of being a legally-recognized religious organization. From weddings, to funerals, to the armed forces, to court cases, we’ll look at some examples and what they mean. Also answering listener mail asking for Satanism’s take on astrology and also the Furry phenomenon.
This week on The Metro, Rev. Jeff Ivins brings the following band for you weekly warp to the 1980s: Colin Hay, Devo, Squeeze, Sheena Easton, Buggles, Erasure, Bow Wow Wow, Ian Dury & The Blockheads, The Call, ABC, John Mellencamp, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Police, and finishing off with Naked Eyes. Stream The Metro #695. Download The Metro #695.