Radio Toilet ov Hell
Happy October, nerds. To honor this, our spookiest month, we’re gonna be checking out a unique horror film every week. This week we're joined by my lovely wife to discuss John Carpenter's OTHER horror classic, 1994's In The Mouth of Madness!
This week we're talking new music from Obsequiae, Blut Aus Nord, Municipal Waste, Oksennus, Plague Pit, Runemagick, and Teeth—along with Blood Incantation crashing the fucken internet and Kit's sneaky alien album stream, shootin' hoops in the pit,
Happy October, nerds. To honor this, our spookiest month, we're gonna be checking out a unique horror film every week. To kick things off, we're tackling the Japanese horror film that shocked a generation and unfortunately inspired a whole genre of gen...
Fuckin' A. This week we're talking about former Five Finger Death Punch drummer and current part-time pig Jeremy Spencer's newest project: making soft core porno slasher movies. Woof! We're discussing As I Lay Dying's new album and the self-aggrandizin...
New music from Cloud Rat, Coffins, Cognizance, Coffin Rot, and Carcinoid. We also immediately go off the rails with the new Bill & Ted's, obscure Batman villains, Hart Foundation x Deicide, solving the Boomer crisis, the Jason Suecof catch-up minute,
This week, Breno and Jordo are talkin' Slayer's new "movie," Dan Nelson getting #cancelled by Brenocide's memory and also metal history, Batushka DRAMA ad infinitum, Joe in Los Angeles trying to make it in the entertainment industry,
We talk new music from Nile, Hideous Divinity, Skelethal, Nightfell, and Litter, along with getting black metal a new mascot, threatening whales to extort Gojira, embarrassing metal ringtones, and ask the important questions—why are The Melvins?
With the revelation that Jeremy Renner, among many other minor celebrities, has a vanity app, we went down a dark hole of celebrities trying to start music careers. We're covering: Jeremy Renner's solo project,
We play new music from Dysrhythmia, Portrayal Of Guilt, Unaussprechlichen Kulten, Aggravator, and Hot Dad. We also talk new Cattle Decap, willing a new Nile track into existence, Meshuggah scoring the new Matrix movie, Halloween creep,
Muses come in many forms: sometimes they're apples falling onto physicists, sometimes they're figures in repose on silken sheets, but no matter how they appear, their effect is inspiration. Back in 2017, a peculiar album cover spread across the web,