Buckle up as we launch full throttle into some air guitar masterpieces, travel through a place of skulls, explore the artistic side of rock, make a long overdue connection and bring this week’s vs. battle to the airwaves!
Drop in on Max Wax to find out how to win the albums we posted on our Facebook earlier today, and also to get LOUD with a wide range of heaviness. Learn a little bit about the least religious Reverend in the music world, hear some old favorites, hear some new ambience you haven’t felt before and figure out why this is the home of the only dudes who will make a set of Children of Bodom and 1963 Herbie Hancock not only work, but also make sense. Be there and be loud!
A brand new Max Wax is gearing up to take your mind off this insane world for an hour with some old, some real old, and some really new heaviness off the turntable. Tonight are some classics by The Who, W.A.S.P. and Quiet Riot, plus some new and killer jams from Kvelertak and Gone Is Gone. Keep it loud and true, and share with your cool friends. Not the uncool ones… just the cool ones.
We’re about to get louder with some old school, some new school, some heavy, some ambient, some instrumental, so heavenly and some straight from hades. Bringing you Witch, Joe Satriani, Gojira, KATA, Ronnie James Dio and Anthrax! Lock yourself in a dark room and turn this all the way up… if you wanna do it like us. Haha!
Tune in tonight as we pay tribute to independence in the only way that we know how. We decide to get loud! No. It’s not totally July 4th themed because we are a worldwide broadcasting station. We are gonna roll out some some classic rock, discussions about the power of trees, the pros and cons of a few well-known artists, a pentacle live album and turn the show over to Mr. Dynamite himself. Anytime is star time! Fire up your grill, crank up your stereo and bring July in with style.
Tune in this week as we catch up on old times, gear up for rock, get progressive with an overlooked gem, tap in to an early predecessor to the doom riff, remind the youth that BÖC does not stand for Boards of Canada, check out a collaborative jam, test out a DJ effort and fully submit to the psychedelic might of Hawkwind.