The Accusation Party – AP1: All Hail Inequality!

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Purging Talon proudly presents its latest project: The Accusation Party. Serving as an audio podcast, The Accusation Party represents critical thought and analysis with a complete disregard for mainstream censure. It is total free speech — no trigger warnings, no political correctness, no privilege checking, no cultural inclusiveness. Nothing is sacred. None will be spared.

The inaugural episode focuses on the myth of human equality, with insight from Friedrich Nietzsche, Ragnar Redbeard, William A. Henry III, Milton Friedman, and others. Our guest will be Bill M., who will discuss equality in math and how it may or may not apply to human equality. Also, we look at Affirmative Action, blanket inclusion for children in sports, America’s founding fathers, group comparisons, and more. Opening quotation read by Kevin I. Slaughter.

For more information, please visit our official website. Also visit our pages on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, tumblr, YouTube, iTunes, and Stitcher.

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Talks to Young Voters

Triumph discusses gender identity, micro aggressions and trigger warnings with young college voters as part of Triumph’s Election Special 2016

It’s A Very VENOM Christmas!

Venom causing havoc on Amanda Redington’s Monsters of Rock show. Aired on Sky Channel, Christmas 1985.

A fun bit about this program from Mick Wall’s book, Getcha Rocks Off: Sex & Excess. Bust-Ups & Binges. Life & Death on the Rock ‘n’ Roll Road

The other unforeseen benefit of writing for Kerrang! was that it led, in 1985, to my presenting a weekly rock show on the fledgling Sky channel. I fell into TV presenting and fell out again just as easily. I never felt I had any sort of career in it, until right near the end when people kept telling me how good I was at it. Just before the same people told me the show was cancelled.

It was the fledgling days of Sky in the mid-eighties, before most people in Britain had even heard of Sky, when cable and satellite TV was barely off the ground in America, let alone the Old Country. You could get it in Europe, across twenty-three countries, where the most popular show on the channel was Mister Ed, the Talking Horse.

They also did a weekly show they called Monsters of Rock, a bunch of heavy metal videos linked by a pretty blonde twenty-three-year-old named Amanda Redington. Amanda dressed in all the mid-eighties hair-metal gear but didn’t know anything about the music. She was a professional presenter who would end up fronting GMTV breakfast a few years later. Good for her. So Sky decided to bring in someone with some rock ‘cred’. They asked Geoff Barton to come on as a guest one week. But Geoff said no, he didn’t fancy it, but why didn’t they ask me? I was a pushy little show-off.

So on I went, acted like I knew something while trying not to stare at Amanda’s tits, and went home again with £25 stuffed in my pocket…

Don’t Be A Stoner Sloth

Don’t “blaze up”, Johnny. Don’t be a sloth.

Bad Lip Reading: Star Wars

This is the most amazing thing on the Internet. Right now.

Podcast Roundup: December 2015

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The Devil You Know, Episode 6: Interview with Church of Satan High Priestess, Peggy Nadramia
http://thedevilyouknowpodcast.com/episode-6-november-11-2015/

Radix Podcast – A Podcast From A Budapest Jail: National Policy Institute founder Richard Spencer joins masculinity author Jack Donovan in a discussion about Spencer’s 2014 jailing for being “a national security threat” for having a conference on issues of race and nationalism.
http://www.radixjournal.com/podcast/2015/9/5/a-podcast-from-a-budapest-jail

The Incomparable, Episode 273 – The Long-Term Plan Is Kill All Humans: The group discusses two films, “Her” and “Ex Machina” while exploring the implications of artificial intelligence and what we might label as Artificial Human Companions.
https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/273/index.php

9sense, 27 September L A.S.: Guest hosts David Harris and Heather Height take this show in an utterly different and hilarious direction — in other words, just like Hate Speech Radio. If you missed that defunct audio trainwreck, then tune in for this.
http://9sensepodcast.com/

The Feed (from Libsyn) Special – Google Play Music and Podcasts! – If you’re a podcaster and looking into the benefits of Google Play’s inclusion of podcasts, this special has a lot of good information on this new outlet for shows.
http://thefeed.libsyn.com/tf_googleplaymp3

MGP’s 15 Favorite KISS Songs

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While there are MANY favorites, I feel that these are the ones (listed here in chronological order) that truly hold up for me through the years. And not all of these were “hits.” In fact, some of them were hardly even on the radar for most. But, as any long-standing KISS fan knows, this is a band that isn’t consistently in fashion with the masses and has had its periods of inattention. Utterly unimportant. If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, you know that what matters is what matters to me. So, with that…


1. Black Diamond

2. Parasite

3. Strange Ways

4. Two Timer

5. Rock Bottom

6. Makin’ Love

7. I Stole Your Love

8. Charisma

9. Naked City

10. Under The Rose

11. Nowhere To Run

12. War Machine

13. Not For The Innocent

14. See You Tonight [live, from Unplugged]

15. Journey of 1000 Years

Hell’s Club: The Mashup

There is a place where all fictional characters meet. Outside of time, outside of all logic, this place is known as HELL’S CLUB. But this club is not safe… Terminator vs. Tony Montana vs. Tom Cruise vs. Carlito Brigante vs. Blade vs. John Travolta vs. Al Pacino vs. Pinead vs. the Mask vs. Robocop vs. Darth Vader vs. Michael Jackson. Others, too. See who YOU can spot! Other mashups from AMDSFILMS can be found here.

Terror Transmission – Episode 124

There’s a fungus among us! Well, more like… fungi? Believe me, the only fun guys you need to pay attention to are Matt and Jason as they don the evil sunglasses and hack up the Japanese language with their culinary commentary on the 1963 release of Attack of the Mushroom People. Let your handsome hosts shoot spores all over you in the form of film background, funny crimes, the Shipwheel Cult, Japanese Gilligan’s Island, Matt the Yacht Rock Captain, the loss of humanity, hallucinogenic experiences, Reverse Geisha, exciting slave trader careers, Jason’s anti-Gamera rant and other bulbous banter. Now, go on. Give it a lick. It’ll make you feel good.

Check out the episode post at the official site, or subscribe through iTunes.

Terror Transmission is a free, monthly movie commentary podcast dedicated to classic horror from the silent era up until the late 1980s. The audio program is hosted by Jason Andreasson and Matt G. Paradise, both of whom proudly assert their enthusiasm for the show and their disdain for many others in the genre by their tagline, “The greatest horror commentary podcast… EVER!” Episodes are generally available on the 1st of every month.

Terror Transmission – Episode 123

Great Cushing’s ghost, Matt and Jason are seeing DOUBLE! But this time, it’s not the booze. It’s the blood-soaked bosoms belonging to the Twins of Evil. Become a servant of the Devil as your handsome hosts travel back to 1971 to bring you movie details, unintentionally filthy names, Matt’s twin-dating experience, the Mammo-cam, more teens and their sex and drug riots, Jason’s like for lackeys, polite groping, buying hookers when you’re old, the Pubic Hair song, and lots and lots of the ol’ Kensington Gore. May you find mercy at the seat of our Dark Lord.

Check out the episode post at the official site, or subscribe through iTunes.

Terror Transmission is a free, monthly movie commentary podcast dedicated to classic horror from the silent era up until the late 1980s. The audio program is hosted by Jason Andreasson and Matt G. Paradise, both of whom proudly assert their enthusiasm for the show and their disdain for many others in the genre by their tagline, “The greatest horror commentary podcast… EVER!” Episodes are generally available on the 1st of every month.

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