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Max Wax LIVE!, Vol. 79

Mack is pulling the stream and going LIVE for another episode of 2 Turntables and a Microphone, otherwise known as Max Wax LIVE! Tonight’s full of killer riffs, including… Ghost, Mastodon, Sleep, Royal Blood, The Sword, ISIS and MORE! It’s time to get loud!

Max Wax, Vol. 76

The weekend’s almost here. Let’s get the party started tonight with a killer hour of Heavy Rock and Metal, with an insane mix only available on Max Wax at 9PM EST/6PM PST. Some are obscure jams that will take you back and some are among the heaviest new releases hitting the record stores now. It’s all LOUD and HEAVY, so warn the neighbors.

P.S. Not liable for blown speakers or police called to your homes.

Max Wax, Vol. 71

Some of Mack’s rarest albums are in his jazz stash, and it’s full of some killers. Tune in at 9PM EST/6PM PST to jam some deep cuts off of some highly sought after wax. Your mind may be slightly blown at what you hear! Heavy jazz for a heavy world.

Max Wax – Volume 68

WARNING!!! Listening to the first Max Wax of the New Year on trendkillradio.com may make you treat your living room like a mosh pit. We are not liable for breakage of your stuff. Time to Power Trip like you’re High On Fire with your favorite Pallbearer… at an ’89 Danzig show. All Vinyl, All Loud as Hell. Hope your New Year is as Heavy as you hoped.

Max Wax, Vol. 67

The weight of the world crushes down… and it sometimes takes metal to lift us back up. This show is meant to help with that process.
Heavy Music For A Heavy World

Max Wax, Vol. 66

The new QOTSA album has landed. And if you dig ’em, then you’re not going to want to miss this show, featuring tracks from every QOTSA album, including the brand new “Villains”, plus rare covers and live cuts. Let’s dance… on a brand new edition of Max Wax.

Max Wax, Vol. 65

The Eclipse Side of the Moon… thanks to the eclipse this week, Mack’s decided to commit his entire show tonight to Pink Floyd tracks from the ’70s. Some lunar related… some not, but it’s an hour of the best Floyd from the last decade that a total eclipse grabbed the attention of the US.