Project Metal Across The Pond (October 17th 2019)

On this week’s episode of Project Metal Across The Pond With Ell Yong, I will be playing Total Fucking Destruction, Makeshift, Ghosts Of Men, Five Star Crooks, Kairos, Final Coil, Fallen Fields, Faceless Souls, Exalt The Throne, EdgeOverEdge, Drive The Day, Dream Aria, Dead South Dealers, Deathtura, 27 League, A Light Within, AstorVoltaires, Inkubus Sukkubus, and Butcher Babies, and if I have time, I will add more brilliant bands to the show.

This week there will be Three, YES THREE!! Double Shots Of The Week courtesy of Ghosts Of Men, Five Star Crooks, Inkubus Sukkubus.

The PMATP Album Of The Week comes from the band Kairos

The Project Metal Music Headbangers Hall Of Fame is taking a break for the foreseeable future, stay tuned, for when it returns.

There will NOT be any competitions this week, so stay tuned when the next one is announced.

To play us out is the Butcher Babies’ They’re Coming To Take Me Away.

The show starts at 4pm EST, only on Digital Revolution Radio. Come and join the party and do some serious headbanging.

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