It’s Monday evening so it’s time for an hour of jams on Monuments in Ruin! This week scans the boundaries of a lot of genres. We list to an artist that bleeds anger, another that dabbles in melon collie and even hit on a remix. Hate leads to anger and anger leads to more volume!
This week’s episode of Monuments in Ruin is focused on the epic and lengthy songwriting style. These tunes demand our dedication and are not for those hosting a short attention span. Tune in tonight at 9pm eastern! Only on TrendKillRadio.com
Mouse on the Keys – Earache
Neurosis – Sovereign
Ocean – First Reign
Swans – Cloud of Unknowing
“Let’s get back to the 80s with the next installment of the Monuments in Ruin Chronology Series. This episode features music from 1981 to 1983. When I reflect back to the 80s I often think of the lame elements that we had to endure but underneath all of that perfectly combed hair and dashing good looks is a dense batch of musical molding jams! Hang out with me as we re-experience them this week on Episode 71.”
Featuring: Metallica, Motley Crue, Gogos, Misfits, Naked Eyes, Herbie Hancock, Motorhead, Men at Work, Iron Maiden, Talking Heads, Modern English
“Your host has returned from the Austin Terror Fest weekend trip with KOZA to Texas and packed this week’s episode full of turntable heaviness. Spring is here and we celebrate it with slow to fast and a bit of things in between. Along with some new releases, Episode 70 gets straight to the point. Devastation, sickening depths of sadness and the direct paths to frequency overload. All this, only on TrendKillRadio.com”
Featuring: Opium Lord, Battle Path, Dorthia Cottrell, Old Soul, Cleric, King Woman, Gattaca, Windmills By The Ocean, Willie Nelson
“This week is packed full of records that have not gotten as much turntable time lately as they deserve. Great songs, heavy rockers, deep cuts and serious grooves! Tonight on Monuments in Ruin! Only on TrendKillRadio.com”
Featuring: Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Gypsy, Lucifers Friend, Cactus, Epitaph, Santana, McLaughlin, Mountain
“This week we honor some of the genre makers, trail blazers, forward thinkers and the elite song writers who stand alone in their craft as one-of-a-kind. No one has had their sound before and no one has quite captured their sound after. These artists can be picked out in the crowd of audio waves buy the connoisseur of music. Tonight on Monuments in Ruin! Only on TrendKillRadio.com”
Featuring: Kayo Dot, Tarantula Hawk, Miasma and the Carousel of Headless Horses, High on Fire, Grails
Tonight on Chapter 67 we take a trip into some new tunes and break out some serious jams! This one is stacked with new to me music and may be new to you as well. Psychotic, spastic, heavy and ready to melt that waxy residue right off of your eardrums! Show starts at 9pm EST only on TrendKillRadio.com
Featuring: Badge Collector , Most Amazing Century of Science, Sheep Shifter, Greywoods, Friendship Commander, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Tomahawk, Allman Brothers, Riff Lord, Tweak Bird
Birthdays, death days, the end brings us back to the beginning. Dust, air, time and the stars, these are all of our past, present and future. Join us as we write another chapter in the book of Monuments in Ruin.
Featuring: Neurosis, AC/DC, Northless, Soundgarden, Lock Lomond, Hellbender, Edhochuli, Thou
“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.