Terror Transmission and RFS 13th Anniversary!

June 22nd, 2013 Comments off

To mark the station’s 13th anniversary, the DJs of Radio Free Satan (including Terror Transmission) have each combined special representations of their respective shows to create one 90-minute special. From metal to classical, from commentary to comedy, from swing to new-wave, you’ll hear it all in the 2013 Radio Free Satan Sampler, provided below. (If player does not appear, please go directly to its page on RFS.)


Terror Transmission Now On Radio Free Satan!

October 24th, 2012 Comments off

From 2003-2006, Purging Talon Executive Director, Matt G. Paradise, produced an Internet radio program called Heavy Metal Memories. As you could imagine, it was focused on the past: in this case, ’70s and ’80s metal. After a six-year hiatus, Magister Paradise is back on Radio Free Satan, this time with his co-host, Jason Andreasson, by the inclusion of their already popular horror commentary podcast, Terror Transmission — a show dedicated to classic horror from the silent era to the 1980s.

So, in addition to finding Terror Transmission’s show on its official site, iTunes, and Stitcher, as well as its general presence on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube, you can also download and stream episodes from its page on the RFS site.

Purging Talon is proud to once more support Radio Free Satan in a more direct capacity and eager to gain new listeners for the show.


Terror Transmission – Interview with Tom Savini

October 22nd, 2012 Comments off


Terror Transmission: Night of the Living Deadbeats

July 19th, 2011 Comments off


Subscribe to Terror Transmission via iTunes

March 7th, 2010 Comments off

Step-by-step instructions on how to subscribe to our podcast via iTunes. Check us out on www.terrortransmission.com


Mr. Slaughter Salutes Purging Talon

November 5th, 2009 Comments off

Kevin I. Slaughter is a vulgarian and elitist, half son of the South, half child of Mother England. He owns the 3rd largest private collection of vintage Super 8mm porn on the East Coast, plus an extensive library of adult paperbacks. He’s also been a staunch supporter of Purging Talon for most of its 16 years. On his blog, he recently writes

Matt Paradise had a pretty big impact on me through his Purging Talon Publishing. I thought I had a blog that contained my appreciation for his work, but I can’t find it…

I think I picked up a copy of Poo Poo Magazine first, and it was possibly through Atomic Books or Quimby’s, but I would always get the rest direct from then on, and when I was running the Den of Iniquity mail-order company I was putting in wholesale orders from him. I have a copy of deSade somewhere, and then later on his Superhighway to Hell.

I know my first article in another ‘zine was published in Not Like Most, and now I can’t remember if he’s published other articles or if it was just smaller notices. I’m trying to build a list of articles and interviews I’ve done over the years, but I just have “Not Like Most” listed with no further details yet. Either way, he’s supported my work over the years, big time, and I’ve done my best to reciprocate whenever possible.

Thanks, Kevin! Right back at ya.