Tonight on the Schizophonic, the Musical clock stops on the year 1989. Nothing on tonight’s show came out after that year. Let’s see, In 1989 I was fronting the hottest hard rock band ever to come out of my house and just waiting for my big break.
Ready for Halloween? We are, too, so Mack’s getting the mood rolling towards the big night with a dark and eerie show that you don’t want to listen to with the lights off. We’re exploring dark themes ranging from doom to metal to humorous to… classical? Every last drop of this one will leave you ready to turn on the closet light, pull the covers over your head and pray that you live to see November. Oh yeah… and it’s all coming at you LIVE (and undead). Video will be rolling live, as well,, so join in the celebration and bring your Ouija Board.
Knock the dust off of your Pound Puppies, double check the date on your calendars, break out your trapper keepers, set the tracking on your VHS for another addition of Monuments in Ruin’s Chronology Series because tonight we break into the 80’s! Which voice would you consider defined the sound of the 80’s? Which group has less than 5 songs that fade out? Who made an impact on future thrash legends? Which album does your host think sounds miles above many others? We will answer all of the questions and more on tonight’s introduction to the 1980’s on Monuments in Ruin!
TONIGHT!!!! Tune in for the debut of Sonic Temple on the Trendkill Radio phone app, at Trendkillradio.com.
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Killer metal from the Artist of Rock and Roll, David Paul Seymour. This show is wicked.
What’s with this cool new trend of Acoustic and Electric albums being released the same year? What’s up with the fact I’ve never heard of the band Arctic? What’s coming down the pipe at KTFT for our favorite holiday, Halloween? What’s the BRAND NEW SHOW debuting this Sunday night??? And what’s this about a TALK RADIO PODCAST??? I’m answering all kinds of stuff tonight.
Tonight we celebrate the golden anniversary of Monuments in Ruin! Episode 50 weaves through soundtrack scores, classic and southern rock masters, punk and funk pioneers along with remixes and some astonishing fusion and jazz based hip hop elite. Celebrate with us as we turn up an eclectic mix of heavy music. Stay gold!
Can you guess the word of the day on the new Max Wax? It’s 4 letters, it starts with the letter “F” and it gets people excited. Haha… NO, and it’s not that! Tune in and find out what the word of the day is, why it matters in our musical world, why it will continue to be seen in new bands and, of course, where it comes from!
What album do you consider to be the most important recorded work in your music library? Has terrestrial radio got you down? How can you be part of the solution? Twist that dial over to KTFT for Episode 49 of Monuments in Ruin as explore variations on heaviness, discuss the positive aspects of music history, tap on the door of corporate media, buckle up for a discussion on modern am/fm programming and honor those who are always on the go!
Max Wax hits the 50th Episode tonight, so your host has something a little different in mind for this one. All tracks that, while some of Mack’s favorite stuff, aren’t normally in the mix for the live show. Tune in and hear if Mack’s celebrating too hard to make it through the hour live and error free! Find out about the split personality that is his musical mind… and the music it entails! Hear more about what YOU can do to get on air at Trendkill Radio… and celebrate to the next 50 shows KTFT style!