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Metal Invaders Episode 144

Metal Invaders: Episode 144 – Interview with Andy LaRocque and Mike Wead

In this special episode of Metal Invaders, host Sonny Bellavance, present a new interview with Andy LaRocque and Mike Wead, guitarists of King Diamond. The interview occured at the MTelus concert hall in Montreal (2019-11-12), one hour before the show… In this short but great conversation, they talked about the current North American Tour, about the coming King Diamond’s album The Institute and more… Stay Heavy! Stream Metal Invaders: Episode 144. Download Metal Invaders: Episode 144.  

The Metal Grotto

The Metal Grotto has Returned!

DJ Warlock Hell on Wheels returns with a Halloween special, with a possible special guest!   Be sure to be in front of your TV sets for the big giveaway at 9! 😉 Only On Radio Free Satan! Stream Episode #60 Download Episode #60

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Radio Free Satan Presents: Metal Breakfast Radio Episode 38.1 “I don’t understand, sir…” All new MBR, though due to a miscalculation in the space/time continuum (and an accident with a vacuum cleaner) Dave puts out a show on his own. Suction notwithstanding, the reason behind this is the delay in recording the new music project URSINNE, so Dave apologises to Kent, Bob, the MBR listeners, and his bank manager’s hairdresser. Though that last one can fuck off as they do a bloody laughable job. On this you’ll get to hear CODEX FACTORIA, NEFASTURRIS, BATHORY, RAVEN, ECHELON, CHAS AND DAVE, KING […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Satanic Story Time Presents Episode 31 – “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” by Dr. Seuss and starring Boris Karloff as the Grinch Now available in iTunes Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, www.satanicstorytime.com, and at www.radiofreesatan.com. The Devil’s Tuning Fork: King Diamond’s “No Presents for Christmas” from his 1985 single, No Presents for Christmas. This single served as the first music released from King Diamond after his breakup with Mercyful Fate. It also featured “Charon” on the B-Side. Also featured are the following three songs from the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society Choir (HPLHS). The songs are “Blue Solstice”, “Oh Cthulhu”, and “Go Summon Up the Dead Ones”. “Oh Cthulhu” is featured on A […]