Metal Breakfast Radio – Episode 42.6 “Well, maybe he is…” We (and by that we mean Dave) finally got a show edited. And by that we mean half a show. Confused? Then we’ll explain. First half of this episode features the unusual suspects of Bob, Kent and Dave in all their somewhat drunken glory, giving it large with a selection of tracks delivered to the door from multiple nefarious sources. You may hear references to episodes that have yet to air, but that’s just the beer talking. We never got to finish that particular episode as the beer talked way […]
Hellfrost And Fire—a death metal project featuring: Warlock David Ingram (ex-Benediction/Bolt Thrower/Hail Of Bullets/Just Before Dawn, Down Among The Dead Men, Echelon, Ursinne, Troikadon.) Rick DeMusis (Gath.) Travis Ruvo (Cropsy Maniac, Troikadon, Echelon.) And featuring Scott Fairfax (Memoriam, As The World Dies) on lead guitar. “These guys sound like a mix of Winter, Celtic Frost and Hellhammer.” —Rogga Johansson The album is almost complete, and once mixed we will be looking for a label to call home. More details available soon. Demo track, “Legion Of Hellfrost And Fire” available to stream. Hellfrost And Fire Facebook page.
“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 […]
Metal Breakfast Radio – Episode 41.1“…and that’s how the drowning Witch’s howl went…” Another 11th hour recording due to multiple factors, as explained on the show. Dave alone brings some new bands to the show, then rips right into the Transcending Obscurity Label Sampler for 2018, and what a scorcher it is too! There’s the usual nepotism, some classic tracks, and another bloody brilliant review by Big Mark Eve in his “Rabbiting Review” section. This show runs almost 30 minutes over, so revel in the extra extravagance. New content with the full MBR-monty is on its way! Download Episode 41.1