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Tonight we review the latest from the godfathers of death metal, Cannibal Corpse; A Skeletal Domain.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd accused of hiring a hit man to commit murder. Teen suspected of murdering his brother who he thought was a goblin. Cannibalism report comes in from London. Co-founder of Pirate Bay sentenced for hacking. Atheistic booklet looking to be distributed in Florida school district. Cake drama among the gays. Would religion be gone in one generation? Annulments in the Catholic Church.
Join us Tuesday night July 15, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we discuss the 2014 Creature Weekend Summer Campout that occurred between July 9-13, 2014. We encourge any and all that attended this years campout to call in and join us in conversation. The call in number is 347-237-5070. Were there any sightings this year? Was any evidence discovered? Did all who attended have a good time? Tune in to find out and maybe next year you can join in the fun!
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This week's show will feature global metal by:
Chthonic - Forty Nine Theurgy Chains
Embrace The Envy - Awakening
Embrace The Envy - Wicked
De Absolve - Death ls Relevant
Sickness - MurderKing
Static-X - l'm With Stupid
Static-X - Destroyer
Napalm Death - When All ls Said And Done
Midhaven - Fall Of Olympus
Midhaven - Spellbound
Midhaven - Third Eye
Abaddon lncarnate - Hour Of The Dog
Cannibal Corpse - The Murder's Pact
Check out tonight's interview with Midhaven calling in all the way from Mumbai, lndia!
THE AMERICAN public voted this week and swept the Republican Party to its largest majority in Congress since World War II. Exit polls showed that Democrats lost big with white voters this time around, which indicates that the country is beginning to divide politically along racial lines. This, of course, plays into the hands of the elites who will gladly keep up fighting one another so we don't pay attention to the people behind the curtain.
But the big story this week was the suicide of Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old woman suffering from terminal brain cancer. Her death was facilitated by the assisted suicide law in Oregon and used by activists to promote their goals of legalizing death as a prescription for perceived suffering, and getting the government to assist.
Also: Ferguson, Missouri prepares for more rioting; torture death of 3-year-old in Pennsylvania; cannibal killer in Wales; mysterious incest ring death investigated in Alabama; and Ebola statistics don't add up.
Derek and Sharon will be a virtual part of the Prophecy Forum conference in Dublin, Ohio on Saturday, November 15th. They will participate in a round table discussion of transhumanism at 3:00 PM Central (UTC -6). It will be streamed live to the Internet. Click here for information and to register.
Please join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM Central Time (GMT -5) for the Gilbert House Fellowship at www.GilbertHouse.org, a virtual gathering to study the scriptures in chronological order.
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On this episode of Kesha Fan Radio, serial killer culture is discussed. Kesha is not the first artist to use the name of a highly publicized serial killer in her music, but nonetheless, it still sparked controversy with her non-single track "Cannibal". Despite this fact, many fans note it as a favorite and the controversy of the name use lends itself to the world's growing fascination with serial killers. Tweet your thoughts to @keshafanradio or call in the day of the show!
NOTE: the subject of the show does not imply that KFR or any of the fans, or Kesha, condones serial killing or is making light of the victims of serial killing.
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This week's Wednesday Night Metal Mania Show EP50 will feature Florida metal by:
Beacons - Perception
Starkill - Breaking The Madness
Day By Day - The Huntsman
Alyson Tonight - State Of Heart
Napalm Death - Suffer The Children
Cannibal Corpse - Demented Transgression
Evergreen Terrace - Dead Horses
Hellwitch - Vicious Avidity
Born From Ashes - My Decree
Gargmel - Get On Your Motorbike
Gorillafight - Untouched
Death - Spirit Crusher
Severed By Faith - Neverlasting
Sick Side Down - No Return
We will be interviewing "Day By Day" and "Alyson Tonight."
Feeling Hungry? Well, The Talking Terror Crew Has Just The Thing To Whet Your Appetite! This Week We Are Going To Take On Two Of The Most Controversial, Classic Cannibal Films! First Up, "Cannibal Holocaust" (1980)! Surrounded In Controversy Since It's Release, This Film Has Had Quite The Reputation! From Authorities Who Wrongly Believed That The Film's Actors Were Actually Murdered, To Actual Deaths Of Animals On Set, Including Monkey's Whose Brains Were Eaten And A Turtle Whose Entrails Were Torn Out! We Will Follow That Up With "Cannibal Ferox" (1981), Also Known As "Make Them Die Slowly"! Another Film That Was Supposedly So Violent, It Was Banned In 31 Countries! With It's Transgressive Imagery And Animal Abuse, This Film Spent Many Years On The Video Nasties List! We'll Also Talk About Our Experience At This Past Weekends "Long Island Blood And Babes Expo", Where We Got To Hang Out With Good Friends And Met Some Fantastic Performers! Not To Mention Some Incredibly Beautiful Women! Stay Scared!
On this weeks show, we are going to do a special Metal Massacre show to show our appreciation for all of the fine music that Metal Blade Records has provided for us over the last year! Make sure to listen in as we pay tribute to such monsters of metal such as Behemoth, Cannibal Corpse, Cattle Decapitation, The Black Dahlia Murder, Demonical, Bodyfarm and more!
In our Indie Spotlight, I will have Adrian Marcato of Sepulture Productions!
We will also be reviewing Scream Factory's Blu-Ray release of The Legend of Hell House as well as Brain Damage Film's release of The Forever Dead!
Could it be that jazz, America's original art form, be in a serious decline? Or is it merely transitioning to something sounding less like the various forms of jazz that have evolved through the decades yet still could be unquestionally identified as jazz? Your host, "The Voice", ponders that as he notes that one of his favorite jazz festivals sounds less and less like jazz each year while still being a great time. Of course he has other obsevations an d viewpoints on other topics as well, like the N YPD "Cannibal Cop" and any other topics or issues that come to mind on his first 30 minute show. 30 minutes? Bear with him.