Sunday, October 19, 2008

CREATIVE FREEDOM!! Plus, interviews with Metal Church and Mindset X!

Sweet baby jeebus! I love The Underworld's new time slot!! We're now on from 10:00 pm until midnight every Monday night. The best part of our new slot is that we're in FCC Safe Harbor Hours. This means that we can play music without editing out the gloriously evil, perverse, and generally profane sections that can make metal so much fun!

This show features two interviews in the second hour. The first is from the amazing lead vocalist Metal Church, Ronnie Munroe!! Our second interviewee is Steven Scott, vocalist and guitarist of one our favorite local bands (and on-air guests) Mindset X.

We somewhat abused our new-found freedom in this episode of The Underworld. We played a lot of tunes - that we've never had the freedom to air - from bands like Big Coffin Hunters, Purenform, Bottoms Up, Cellblock One, and many more!

TUNE IN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 20!!! We'll be interviewing Jason Bittner of Shadows Fall and Al Wolfson of Devil's Champion.

Here's the podcast. Satan and yer momma want you to rebel and listen!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

another great show of course, especially now that you've got license to play whatever the, FUCK you want to play!

i can really relate to steve on the whole 'pop song' thing. i have a couple ultra-catchy little pop ditties that i just can't bring myself to finish because my heart wouldn't be in them. i'd grow to hate the songs AND myself every time i played them. art has to come from the soul and pandering to the bubble-gum radio market would kill the love for what i do.

so right on, steve

/virtual high five

oh and when you come to leave steve a sammich, can you bring a second one? i'll be in the other cardboard box under that bridge.

ps - i hereby nominate the band Ruin for the award 'Longest Fade-Out for a Song in the History of Modern Music' =0

6:19 AM  
Blogger The Underworld Radio Show said...

Holy shit, I didn't read this comment until today!

Ya gots ta stick to what ya feel, bro. The hard part is to make other people feel it and come over to your side. Then, Satan smiles upon you and your particular brand of evil is seen for all it's beauty.

p.s. No shit on Ruin's fade-out. They'll be my in-studio guests soon, so I'll give them shit about it.

9:11 PM  

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