Friday, 1 August 2014


Yo thx all for the support today! We will post the play list & download of today's show tomorrow. 1.



Yo what up peeps? Well today its noise fest time again with the punk/hc edition of Ungovernable Resistance. We are playing some new Crotchmutt & The Rut! Also featured in today's mellowcore fest will be: Hardcore, Hardcore Punk, NYHC, Metallic HC, Power Violence, Grind Violence, Grindcore, Crust Grind, D-Beat, Crust, Crossover, Folk Punk, Anarcho Punk, Straight Edge HC, & more!

    (UR Friday DIY Punk/HC Edition)
Tune in ow & every friday @ 7pm-11pm UK, 8pm-12am CET (Europe), 2pm-6pm Eastern (US), 3pm-7pm South America (Bra), 3am-7am Australia (West Coast), 1am-5am Indonesia/Hong Kong

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The Rut - (Crossover/HC Punk)

Quick shout out for our friends from crossover/hc punk band 'The Rut'. Their current & past material is available on Bandcamp for 'name your price'. Check em out & you can hear them on today's punk/hc edition of Ungovernable Resistance.

CROTCHMUTT - Ugly Drunks​/​R​.​D​.​D Demo (D-Beat/PV/HC) (2014)

New EP from Crotchmutt with more of a PV/HC raw assault on this release, but still retaining their d-beat vibe. Its available for free download on Bandcamp. 

MUSSORGSKI announce their new album for autumn !! (Dark/Black/Industrial Metal)

This autumn, MUSSORGSKI will be putting finishing touches on their third studio album, enigmatically entitled Creatio Cosmicam Bestiae. The whole record is to comprise seven brand new songs and an older track remixed. In total, there is to be about 45 minutes of music which the project leader, Khorzon, defines as follows:

'The new album has been assumed to be a stylistic continuation of Chaos And Paranormal Divinity; still, once demo versions of a few new tracks had been recorded it turned out the stuff was going to be much more experimental and diversified. I have always found it hard to define music on our releases but this time I may take the risk of claiming that it is going to be a conglomerate of dark metal, black metal, industrial and something I refer to as cosmic ambient. I guess it is going to sound mystical'.

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Before the release, the band has made available a video featuring demo version of a track called

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Yo what up peeps? Well today its noise fest time again with the punk/hc edition of Ungovernable Resistance. We are playing some new Crotchmutt & The Rut! Also featured in today's mellowcore fest will be: Hardcore, Hardcore Punk, NYHC, Metallic HC, Power Violence, Grind Violence, Grindcore, Crust Grind, D-Beat, Crust, Crossover, Folk Punk, Anarcho Punk, Straight Edge HC, & more!

    (UR Friday DIY Punk/HC Edition)
Tune in today @ 7pm-11pm UK, 8pm-12am CET (Europe), 2pm-6pm Eastern (US), 3pm-7pm South America (Bra), 3am-7am Australia (West Coast), 1am-5am Indonesia/Hong Kong

Or use the flash player on the left hand side of the site. Just hit play or open up the show in ya audio player.

Thursday, 31 July 2014


Ungovernable Resistance Punk/HC edition tomorrow!

    (UR Friday DIY Punk/HC Edition)
Show times: 7pm-11pm UK, 8pm-12am CET (Europe), 2pm-6pm Eastern (US), 3pm-7pm South America (Bra), 3am-7am Australia (West Coast), 1am-5am Indonesia/Hong Kong
D-Beat, Crust, Crust Grind, Grindcore, Hardcore Punk, Hardcore, Power Violence, Punk, Anarcho Punk, Crossover, Thrashcore, Fastcore, Beatdown HC, NYHC, Metallic HC, New School HC, Old School HC, Straight Edge HC, Folk Punk, HC Punk, DIY news, & much more! 

 Anything diy, lower tier are always welcome from non mainstream genres. Its not important if I like the music I will still play it as its DIY. Only time I won't is if the sound quality is too bad even for DIY. I have an open mind so just ask & I 'll adapt it to the show if I think it will work.

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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Interview with Children Of Technology done by Patrick on 7-29-14

Children  Of  Technology   are  a  Italial  cross-over   band  that  plays  some  really  great  music.  The  band  is  getting  ready  to   release  their  2nd CD  on  Hells  Headbanger's  Records. so  if  your  a  fan  of cross-over  metal/punk  then  give  this  a  listen  today.
Metal   Regards

Interview  with  Children Of  Technology   done  by   Patrick
1.Metal  hails  when  did  you  all first  meet?  was  it  long  before  Children Of  Technology   was  born?
The band was formed in 2008 by Death Lord and Goddess, they use to live in the same area and share a lot of music. That has been the original core of the band. Borys and Jex has joined at the end of 2012.
2.What  is   the  current  line-up  for  the  band?  For  the  reader's  who  maybe  new to   Children Of  Technology's  music  how  would  you  describe  it?
Death Lord on vocals, Goddess of Hammering Chaos on drums, Borys Crossburn on guitar, Mad Jex on bass. Well, COT blend together metal and punk in the 80's tradition, both in the UK (Warfare, Broken Bones, English Dogs...) and US (Carnivore above all) way, it's post-apocalyptic mayhemic metalpunk destruction!!
3.Children Of  Technology  are  getting  ready  to  release  their  second  LP/cd  "Future Decay"   through   Hells  Headbanger's  Rec.  how  did  you  guys  come  in  contact  with  this  great  label?

We got in touch with them in 2010 when they released the Cd version of our first album (vinyl was on Agipunk). Right now "Future decay" is out on Cd on Hells Headbangers but vinyl is actually on Ripping Storm Records.
4.How  long  did  it  take to  write  the  songs  on  the  new  release  "Future Decay"?  Does  the   whole  band  take  part  in  the  writing  of  the  music  or  does  one member  usually  write  everything?
It has taken almost a year of work, we live pretty far from each other and had to work hard on the songs and on cementing the new line-up. We work together on the songs, that's why it takes longer by the way. We are very happy with the result, both sound and music-wise.
5.Who   usually  writes  the  lyrics  for  the  band? What  are  some  topics/subjects  you  all write  about?
Lyrics are written by Death Lord, they are usually set in a post-apocalyptic world and the whole mood is pretty gloomy. If you are into movies like the Mad Max trilogy, A Boy and his Dog, Threads, Children of Men... well, you know what we mean
6.Does  Children Of  Technology     have  any  tours  or  shows  coming  up?  If  yes  where  will  the  band  be  playing ?
 It's not easy to work out tours since we all have regular day jobs, but we already have several concerts planned in Italy and we are looking forward to hit abroad as well, we already had the chance to tour Europe twice in the past
7.Who  are  some  bands  you  have  shared  the  stage  with  ?If  you  could  set  up  a  dream  tour/show  who  are  some  bands  {past or  present  you  would  love to  share  the  stage  with?
We have played with Corrosion Of Conformity, Pagan Altar, Hellbastard, Witchburner, Zoldier Noiz, Angel Witch, Ghost, Hooded Menace, Wolfbrigade, Nunslaughter, Inepsy among the many bands. Would be great playing with Warfare and Death SS!
8.Children Of  Technology    come  out  of  Italy's  music  scene  what  is  your   opinion  of  Italys   music scene?
The italian scene is healthy, there's a whole lot of great bands ready to be discovered or which are already quite known. There'se a lot of shows going on also. Maybe not many labels/distros but we won't complain, we have had our share of hard times in the past
9.Who  are  some  of  your  all time  favorite  Italian  bands?Are  their   any  new  bands  you   feel  the  readers  should  check  out  sometime  soon?
 Among the classics how not to mention Death SS, Strana Officina, Wretched, Goblin, Bulldozer, Schizo, Necrodeath, Incinerator, Negazione, Dark Quarterer, Krisma, Battiato... and yeah, Sabrina Salerno! well, talking more strictly about actual italian metal/punk bands, we would mention Bunker 66, Morbo, Noia, Kontatto, Gravesite, Overcharge, Abysmal Grief, Axevyper, Violentor, Profanal, Voids of Vomit, Baphomets Blood, Hatred, Ed, Extirpation, Terrorsaw... 
10.In  your   opinion  what   does  Underground  metal  mean  to  you?
 It's our past, present and future, we deeply respect all the people the keeps it alive and we do our share of work as well! Only the underground is really passion-driven, when it's money-driven instead, well, that's not our pair of shoes anymore.
11.Are  any  of  the   members   of   Children Of  Technology   currently  working  with   other  bands  or  solo  projects?
Borys also plays in Barbarian and Robanera and Jex in Saturnine.

12.Thank  you  for   taking  the   time  to  fill this   interview   out.Do  you   have  any  final   comments?

Thanks a lot for supporting COT!!!
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Interview With Incantation done by Patrick 7-29-14

Metal  Hails!! 
Here  is  a  new  Interview   with  the  legendary  Incantation  discussing  the  metal  scene   and  their   newest  cd {9TH overall}  "Dirges of Elysium"  through  Listenable  Rec.
enjoy  the  interview  and  definitely  pick  up  a  copy  "Dirges of Elysium"  today

Interview  With  John  Mcentee  Vocalist,Guitarist  for  Incantation   done  by   Patrick

1.Metal  Hails  John  thank  you  for  taking  the  time  to  do  this  interview.When  did you  first  discover  metal  music?  Who  were  some  of  the   early rock/metal  bands you  listened to?

 hi, thanks for the interview! I first got into metal in the mid 70's as a young kid. I seen kiss on a tv show and was mesmerized. From there I got into other hard rock bands like Queen then stuff like ac/dc Black Sabbath, deep purple over time I just progressively got into heavier and heavier music

2.When  did you  first  get  the  idea  to  form  "Incantation"  ?  How  did you  come  up  with  the  name  for  the  band?
  I played in a death thrash band call Revenant from. 86 to 89. By mid 89 I started to see a change in the Revenant style with the band members. They seen to want to go more technical and clean. By that time I already decided to want to be heavier and more aggressive. So late July 89 I had to make a decision if I wanted to follow what revenant was doing or take a chance with a new band. revenant was trying out drummers at the time and Ross from Immolation told me about this drummer called Paul Ledney. So I contacted him and he played me his bands toten and blood thirsty dead demos. I knew right then in there that this guy was on the same page as me. So soon after Incantation  was born. Paul came up with the name incantation, I didn't like it a first but I do now and the name stuck.  When Paul left the band we decided to have me keep the name incantation and he would start a new band called Profanatica.

3.What  is  the  current  line up  for  the  band?I'm  sure  everyone  has  heard  atleast one  song  from Incantation  but if their  are  any  new  metal-heads  reading  this how  would you  describe  Incantations  music?

 right now the line up is: myself on guitar vocals/ Kyle Severn - drums / chuck Sherwood - bass / Sonny "darkie" Lombardozzi lead guitar. 
It is dark and heavy death metal in the traditional style but done our own original way.

4.Incantation  is getting ready  to  release  it's  ninth  studio  album  how  long  did it  take the  band to write  the  songs for  this  release?Does  the  whole  band  work  on  t he  music or does one or two members  usually  take care  of  everything?


 we all work on music and we weed out the worst parts and ideas and try to work the good stuff together to come up with meaningful songs.
For myself I try to think of what I want to express with a riff or song and then write it on guitar. 
As for how long it takes to write a album. There no set time, it all works on inspiration. At the moment it doesn't take long to come up with ideas because we are extremely inspired and the ideas keep coming.

5. Who usually  writes  the  lyrics  for  the  songs?Where do you  all get  inspiration? How   has  the  response  been  from  the fans and  the  press?

 Chuck - We all have contributed. Ancient civilizations and their religions. Occultism and ritual practices. Dreams/Visions. Responses have been mixed. The negative has either been constructive criticism or written/said by those unappreciative of our style. The positive feedback is rewarding and uplifting. It's an honor to create death metal for you heathens.

John - the response has been great with the press.


 6.Does  Incantation   have  any tours  coming  up?Where  are  some  places you   all will be  playing?

 we are touring Europe as I do the interview. This run will take is to Poland, Germany, holland, Belgium, England, Scotland, France and Spain. We are also working on some us touring with macabre this summer. Then in the fall we are working of South America.


7.John you  and Incantation  have toured all over  the  world  where  have  been some  of your  favorite countries/places   to  play?Are  their  any countries  that you  haven't  played  yet  that you  hope to  one  day?
  yes we have been lucky enough to play all over the world.
It's crazy but Europe has almost become a 2nd home for us. It hard to say what my favorite places to play are but I really enjoy South America, also Australia and New Zealand were great. I really enjoyed playing japan that was a lot of fun. We really want to play more shows in Asia. We only played japan and I know there are a lot more metal heads around there that would like to see incantation live.

8.Who are  some  of  the bands you  have  had  the  pleasure  to  share  the  stage  with  over  the  years? If you  could  set up  a  dream tour  who are some bands  {past  or  present} you would  love to share  the stage  with?

 we have toured with a lot of great bands like Morbid Angel, Nile, behemoth, Vader, Grave,  cannabial  corpse and many more.
A dream package would be opening for Black Sabbath, slayer from the 80 era, sarcofago, and maybe necrovore.

9.John  in your  opinion  what  is  the  best  and  worst  thing  about  the  underground  metal  scene?And  what does  the term Underground  metal  mean to you?

 I think that to many band follow trends instead of creating music with there own personality. 
The best think is that it a place in the music world where you can be creative with no rules. Music with rules just sucks.
To me the underground is a place to get our your music to people that want yo hear no tredosena music. It a place where people can be true to then selves and not a slave to money.

10.John you  play  the  guitars  for the  band  when  did you  first become  interested  in  playing  the  guitars?Are you  self taught  or did you take  lessons  when first  learning?

 I first picked up the guitar when I was 8 years old. I got a cheep acoustic guitar for my birthday. I didn't play it much. I really wanted an electric. when I was 13 I saved up enough money to buy a electric guitar, it was a ibanez. I also bought a little amp to go with it, along with a rat distortion pedal. That was when it really started for me. I started taking lessons for about a year. Then a few years later i took lessons from Ed Fuhrman who played in the NJ band Hades. He showed me some advance techniques and good solo scales. Then for about one year I took lessons at my community college with this old blues cat. He really pushed me to play with feeling. Even about 6 months ago, I had my friend Chris webber from Rottrevore teach me some finger picking techniques. And over the last few months I have been taking lessons from our other guitarist Sonny "darkie" lombardozzi. He is a guitar virtuoso and he is helping me improve my technique. I got Into some band habits over the years. But yes it's never too late to improve as a guitarist.


11.Who  are some  of your  influences/favorite  guitarist? Do you  play any  other  instruments?

 the only other instrument I play is bass.
As for guitarist I really like Tony" IommiRitchie" BlackmoreMichael SchenkerYngwie Malmsteen, as for death metal guitarist I really like Eric Cutler and Danny Coralles a lot.

12.John you  also  handle  the  vocals  for  the  band  when did you  start singing/growling? Do you  do  anything  special to  keep your  throat and voice healthy  when  in  the studio  or  on tour?

 I started around 2002 ish. It took a long time to learn how to match all the tones from the different vocalist we have had in the past. Especially because I have never done vocals in a band before Incantation. The best thing for doing vocals is to not abuse your body and get a good night sleep. 

13.Who  are  some  of your  favorite  vocalist? 

 my favorite Death metal vocalist are Chris Reifert, Jon Deplachett, Paul Speckmann, Dave Hewson and old Tom G. Warrior

14.John  you  also  own  Ibex  Moon Records  when did you  get the  idea to  start the  label?  What  releases  are still available  for  the  fans?


 right now ibex moon is no more. I had to stop due to the fact I was losing to much money, and with my wife losing her job to to some medical issues. I do have some left over stock so if anyone wants some please contact me.

15.Do you   have  any  more  releases  coming  out  soon  that   the  readers  should  watch  out for? What  do  you  look  for  when  signing  or  releasing a band?

  no new releases for Ibex Moon. We are not signing any new bands.

16.Well  we  have  reached  the  end  of  the  interview thank you  for  taking  the time to fill this out.  do you  have  any  final  comments  for  the  readers?

 thanks so much for the support! It was a killer interview. I look forward to seeing all you sick fucks on the road!


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Monday, 28 July 2014


Tune in every Monday on @ 6pm-10pm UK/7pm-11pm Euro/9pm-1am Russia/1pm-5pm Eastern (US)/2pm-6pm South America (Bra)/2am-6am Australia (West Coast)

Anything diy, lower tier are always welcome from non mainstream genres. Its not important if I like the music I will still play it as its DIY. Only time I won't is if the sound quality is too bad even for DIY. I have an open mind so just ask & I 'll adapt it to the show if I think it will work.


Featured in this episode: Desert Rock, Stoner, Doom, Sludge, Thrash, Brutal DM, Slam, Old School DM, DM, Blackened DM

The Wizards - Misty day (3:42)
The Wizards - Thick green Tedium (2:07)
Abdullah - Pantheistic (3:40)
Abdullah - Secret Teachings Of Lost Ages (4:05)
John Garcia - Saddleback (2:44)
Arida - Descifro El tiempo (3:35)
Arida - Quebranta (3:07)
Abolition A.D - V.I.P (4:28)
Burrows - Hermetic (4:18)
Burrows - Before the Branches Break (4:24)
Blues Pills - Devil Man (3:05)
Blues Pills - Astralplane (4:38)
Dajjal - Bangkawarah (4:18)
Dajjal - Tuduhan Tanpa Bukti (3:28)
Bloody Harvest - Spiritual Rabies (3:50)
Bloody Harvest - Yadoterapiya (3:38)
Envenomed - Mechanical Enemy (4:06)
Envenomed - Demonocracy (4:09)
Gumo Maniacs - Broken Dreams (2:53)
Gumo Maniacs - Out Of Disorder (4:01)
Epicardiectomy - Gluttonous Cannibalistic Ferocity (3:20)
Epicardiectomy - Gorging On Fetal Innards (4:13)
Postcoital Ulceration - Incinerated By The Unearthly Impact (2:38)
Postcoital Ulceration - Alien Pandemic Misanthropy (3:41)
NUNSLAUGHTER - Blood Drinker (2:05)
Orbit Culture - Obscurity (3:17)
Seprevation - Servants of Suffering (5:01)
Seprevation - Slave to the Grave (3:07)
Detente - In God We Trust (2:50)
Accidental Suicide - Method Of Murder (4:16)
Decomposed - From the Darkness (3:52)
Armagedon - Self Destruction (3:14)
Deifecation - The Serial Cable Killer (3:49)
Craniotomy - The Sign (2:27)
Dying - Death Or Murder (4:33)
Festered - Flesh Perversion (3:17)
Mental Killing Spree - Equal Zero Coincidence (4:55)
Punished Earth - The Aftermath (1:17)
SMASHED FACE - In The Eyes Of Mayhems (3:12)
Grief Of War - New Kind Of Wicked (4:15)
Overkill - Freedom Rings (6:52)
Doomed - Chainsaw Puzzle (5:13)
Diabolical - World in Silence (5:08)
Carnivore Diprosopus - The Torment Era (3:09)
Abhorration - Origin Of Abhorrence (2:56)
Abominable Putridity - A Burial For The Abandoned (3:19)
Cianide - Contained And Controlled (4:59)
Deceased - In The Laboratory Of Joyous Gloom (6:42)
Atretic Intestine - The Five Pains (4:20)
 Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition - Under A Visible Leader (2:34)

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