Something a little different for your Wednesday night… it’s Mack and I’m in the new studio about to lay down my first live hour of vinyl, straight off my wheels to your ears. This happened LIVE at 9PM EST Wednesday, Feb. 15th and you can catch it live at that day and time weekly. Shows will always be available right here by the next morning, though, so hit play and get loud as I drop the needle on Sabbath, Black Label Society, Megadeth, Crowbar, Stone Sour, The Atomic Bitchwax and a ton more.
“How does someone salute the most influential band in heavy music? Much like the listeners opinions of the band in question, there are many options that could be chosen. This week we honor the legacy of Black Sabbath. For 47 years they have been referenced as the largest part of the foundation of what has become know as heavy metal. However, their reach can continue be found far beyond one genre of music. Their iconic status is well deserved and highly praised here at KTFT, as well as around the world. Tonight we will happily step into the shadowy arms of four legendary figures that formed one of the greatest bands in history, the mighty Black Sabbath. This is a dual birthday celebration, as we celebrate the release of the self titled Black Sabbath album, we also wish the happiest of birthdays to Mr. Henry Rollins. Cheers!”
Featuring: Black Sabbath, Henry Rollins, Cypress Hill, Beastie Boys, Sleep, Witchcraft and Charles Bradley.
Tonight only in this the 14th episode of Sessions With Jimbo! I bring you the ultimate in 80’s nostalgia!! It is the 80’s Hairband Jam Fest! Packed full of spandex and Auqua Net. Where the men look fancy but rock your fucking brains out!! So sit back or jam out! Break out the air guitars and prepare to rock!! Only on TRENDKILLRADIO!!
Tune into The Schizophonic for another roller coaster ride across many decades and sub-genres of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. In addition to the Ear Candy, we talk a little bit about different versions of different bands, hit you with some female fronted rock, and bring a little funk. Please share and invite your friends.
This week we celebrate the diversity of music. We will walk the grids of heaviness, fall out of touch with the abstract, expand our minds with the dark beauty of experimentation, erase our boundaries with a unique jazz trio, kneel at the foot of kings as we hear and examine how one of the progressive rock forefathers utilized all of these elements and find the captivation and inspiration in a singer songwriter that has simultaneously unplugged and redirected focus back to the earthly elements that surround us all. Welcome to Chapter 64 of Monuments in Ruin!
Featuring tracks from Sleep, Tarentel, Godspeed You Black Emperor!, Smith-Kull-McPhee, King Crimson and Steve Von Till.