The Accusation Network brings you its latest podcast: Vintage Vinyl Vivisection.
Vintage Vinyl Vivisection (or, V3 for short) takes you under the skin and straight to the meat of classic heavy metal and hard rock albums. No out-of-touch hipster nonsense or irrelevant political banter here. Just straight talk on records we all know and (mostly) love, brought to you by those who know what they’re actually talking about. Genre-related tangents will also occur.
Joining us in studio for the inaugural episode is Mr. John Shaw (www.isatanist.com) as he and Matt talk about the third studio album from Def Leppard — Pyromania. Discussion includes album charting, the making of the album, replacing a guitar player, the cover art, and the three standout tracks, as well as Pyromania’s wide appeal and more. But, since it’s never just about the album, you’ll also gain insight on Matt’s fledgling video editing efforts, how metal gets you all the girls, who started the rise of pop metal, “doing it” songs, selling out, John’s Def Lep triangle theory, totally weird ‘80s music videos, and modern kids who need to not be boring. Show theme and additional music provided by Gyps Fulvus (www.gypsfulvus.net)
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Purging Talon Executive Director, Matt G. Paradise had been recently interviewed on The Devil You Know podcast, promoting The Accusation Party and at least one of our new podcasts. MGP also discusses meeting Vinnie Vincent in the ‘80s, his own lovely beard, getting into KISS, his book releases, growing up and discovering Satanism, his fake band and more.
From their website: The Devil You Know podcast is a Satanically-inspired podcast that brings attention and information to the masses using satire, sarcasm, and comedy.
Listen to this episode by clicking here. (Interview starts at 15:50)
In early-2016, Purging Talon began production on The Accusation Party podcast, a series dedicated to putting to rest the often blatant cultural nonsense of such repressive thoughts and actions as third-wave feminism, Islam’s attempt at compatibility with the West, the bias selectivity of so-called hate speech, the war against personal eugenics, and still others. And while this podcast continues with its critical mission, there was certainly room for less serious content; an additional podcast series that takes a lighter and certainly more humorous look at our cultural past.
Strange Moments in Cultural History is the class you never took in high school. Grab a seat up front and turn off your brain as we fill your head with tales of oddballs, villains, outcasts, flops and other lesser-known events in this thing we call human existence. The debut episode is already available in the same podcast feed that carries The Accusation Party, and with more episodes to follow. Also, prepare for yet a third podcast series to surface from Purging Talon in the near future.
Purging Talon Executive Director, Matt G. Paradise had been interviewed on the Raising Hell podcast, primarily to discuss the interest of young people in Satanism and, ultimately, joining the Church of Satan. The conversation also takes a light-hearted turn as Magister Paradise waxes nostalgic about his weird childhood, discovering Satanism, his love for Italian girls, his favorite Brady, his first ritual, and other stimulating topics.
from the website…
Raising Hell is a discussion and education oriented podcast which takes an honest approach to promoting the individualist nature that Satanists are born with, and emboldening our own youth to rise above herd-conformity through responsible parenting.
You can hear the entire episode by clicking here.
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.
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