Archive for August, 2008

no live show tonight.

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In Show
30Aug 08

Due to a critical family emergency,there will be no live show tonight.Please pray for my nephew in this time of critical need.

Women Who Rock

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In Show
26Aug 08

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You just don’t hear enough about the Women Of Independent Rock so this is my dedication to them. Please visit their websites and let them know you heard them here. Now on to the music.

In The Night- Shadowside
Rocket Science-Brain Surgeons NYC
Kill Your Pain-Sophia Ramos
Is This A Love Song-Killola
Land Of The Living-The Stone Coyotes
Edge Of The Border-Jass And The Boys
Emeline-Alyse Black
Exhole-Guards Of Metropolis
The Ocean-Lez Zeppelin
Moon Dogs-River City Hustlers
High Speed Chase-Daisy Grenades


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In Show
19Aug 08

Catch us live every Saturday Night on WAAK 94.7 in Ringgold,Ga. This we we spoke with Chattanooga’s very own Romantacide.

Daisy Grenades
Madison Ambush
Rough Roostars

Romantacide, a five piece band based on the diversity of music, has grown from four guys playing a talent show to a band that has rediscovered itself entirely. The addition of new frontman David Long in early 2007 established a new musical freedom that had never been known. Free from the duties of lead vocals, guitarist Tyler Schievelhud along with guitarist Chad Newby sit firmly at the core of the band’s sound. Following the exit of founding bassist Nick Saul in 2006, Greg Pickett stepped in to take over the low end, teamed with drummer Josh Wagner’s intriguing style yields the one-of-a-kind foundation Romantacide is so well known for. Going against the grain, the music evolves from beautiful haunting verses, to in-your-face choruses, all complimented by soaring vocal melodies that are beyond comparison. In a world of traditional “cookie cutter” radio rock, Romantacide truly is a breath of fresh air with one goal in mind: Help music lovers to understand and enjoy the differences in and of musical styles.

I can’t wait to tell you about The AdSpace Contest I found!

The idea is simple and easy: Get as many entries as you can (very easy to do) over the next 30 days. The more entries you get, the better chance you have of winning! At the end of the 30 days, they announce the winner.

The prize?

A 125×125 pixel ad spot (above the fold) on at least TEN DIFFERENT BLOGS that will run for one month. That’s at least a $100 value!

Who is co-hosting?

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How do you enter to win?

1 Entry – Subscribe to any one of the blogs above via email.

10 Entries – Write a post about the contest (must include links to all 10 hosts OR use the suggested text)

25 Entries – Offer up an ad spot on your own blog for one month as part of the prize package

Simply put, you could subscribe to all 10 blogs, write a post and offer up your own ad spot for a grand total of 45 entries!

The Nusense Girls

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In Show
11Aug 08

Nusense Girls

Everybody wants to help a band out. Here are two girls that are doing it successfully,they call themselves the Nusense Girls and their band of choise is Nusense.

Also Featured:

Sloppy Roast Beef-My Nose Is Running
All Things Green-Tilt-A-Whirl

Milele Roots-The Outlaw Ganja

Crank Sanatra-A cryonized Reflection


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In Show
5Aug 08

Anihilated evolved from their early Punk roots into a Thrash metal band in the early 1980′s at the same time when Metallica and Slayer w

ere first making their mark on the brand new American Thrash scene.

After inclusions on two successful Punk compilation albums, Anihilated turned towards a more faster and metallic sound, a product of the massive influence that the Americans were having on them and soon released their first EP called “Path To Destruction” which was a raw example of Punk/Metal/crossover.

These were the days before the Internet when bands relied on fanzines, letters and gigs to promote themselves. Anihilated featured heavily in fanzines and on bootleg recordings all over the world and soon became very well known in the underground scene.

Although their musical style had changed, they upheld their Punk ideals and beliefs. This put off many record labels as they wanted bands with “Heavy Metal” persona’s. It was a frustrating time for the band but they defiantly refused to give in to corporate pressures to change. After a number of high profile gigs, they gained the recognition they deserved, and emerged as one of the main forerunners and innovators of Thrash Metal in the UK. Their first album “Created In Hate”, was described by Metal Forces Magazine as “the most important UK Thrash metal release to date”.

Anihilated spent the next year out on the road before returning to the studio to record their second album “The Ultimate Desecration. This was widely regarded as their best studio album.

Interest in Anihilated remained very strong and even with no new releases in over 18 years, they have been giving interviews and appearing in magazines and publications worldwide. The band are being featured in a new book about the history of UK Thrash Metal and Hardcore by renowned British author Ian Glasper which is being published later this year.

Anihilated have re-released “Path To Destruction” through Japanese label “In Crust We Thrash” distributed by Aktiva//Protesta Rekordo. This version includes the “Speedwell demos” of 1984. The “Created In Hate” and “The Ultimate Desecration” albums are being re-released under licence, these have been completely repackaged and digitally enhanced and will include some live tracks. They will be out in August

After overwhelming support from fans and demands to reform, Anihilated are writing new material again for a brand new album to be released later this year. They are re-connecting with their old faithful following, and building a brand new army of fans via the Internet.
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