Rádio Quântica – Satan Made Me Do It #16 [+tracklist]

Kinda at a loss for words here. Not that we don’t have anything to say; we’d just rather use our fists. That pretty much sums up this here spectacle of fast pedaling and hard hitting music – one of our all-time favorites, mind you.

Probably the most freestyle slash of satanic audio we ever put together. And you know what? If that’s wrong, we sure as hell don’t want to be right.

Punch away.

— http://www.radioquantica.com/

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Rádio Quântica – Satan Made Me Do It #2 (19/01/2016) [+tracklist]

Second SATAN MADE ME DO IT show for Rádio Quântica, filled to the brim with atmospheric, psychedelic and introspective black metal. But don’t worry: there’s also lots of death metal, old and new, to kick you in the teeth, and a dash of good ol’NWOBHM, just to help you keep going. no gods, no masters!— http://www.radioquantica.com/

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Episode 28 – Eyes Without A Face

Episode 28 – Eyes Without A Face (right click to download)

“Beauty, like supreme dominion Is but supported by opinion”.

Ben Franklin was right. Take SATAN MADE ME DO IT: a celebration of the beauty of ugliness. Most people look away in disgust. They sure as hell cover their ears in pain. Not us. “Ugliness is the measure of imperfection”, said HG Wells. Well, we embrace it. We love it. Most of all, we cherish the imperfections. So, is SATAN MADE ME DO IT so far apart from, say, Christianity? The Cross is surely not “beautiful” and Christ was surely not “perfect”.

We said it before: SATAN MADE ME DO IT is a lot like life. Sometimes you have your way, other times you get kicked in the genitals with the strength of a thousand hooves before you can even say “UGH!”. Life is not perfect, life is not conventional and life is ugly. So if you’re into life there’s something right here for you. LIVE IT LOUD! Click for show notes and a complete tracklist.

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Episode 21 – From Out Of The Swamp

Episode 21 – From Out Of The Swamp (right click to download)

This one is the most 90s black metal episode we’ve done so far, but in truth there really isn’t that much black metal in it. Well, ok, there’s plenty of it, but maybe not in the way you expect? You’ll be the judge and we’ll be the case, how ‘bout that? All we can say is that it came out naturally, and that is a good thing.

Nature and ambience are the two main keywords here, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that this is a rhythm-free episode. Best heard during night-time this one. Keep your beverage of choice at hand for the best results.

And PLAY IT LOUD goddammit! Don’t be afraid to feel like crap while listening to this. It can be devastating at times, but you’ll feel hellagood by the end of it all.

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Episode 16 – Graves in the Water

Episode 16 – Graves in the Water (right click to download)

Ocean waves may scare you, crashing wildly and loudly into the shore, making you lose your balance, pounding you uncontrollably into the sandy bottom. But as powerful as the roaring waves are, you know that the greatest danger, the scariest violence, the hungriest of deaths, lays down deep below the surface. There’s a sense of menace when you look at the vastness of the deep-sea; it’s what you don’t know, what you can’t predict and control that terrifies the most.

Such is life. There’s nothing more frightening that what lies under the surface, in the abyss, masquerading as the ordinary, lying there under the ripples of everyday life and everyday people. Remember this when listening this week’s episode. And trust us, it’s gonna be much easier on you if you just PLAY IT LOUD!

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Episode 2 – The Black Dog Runs At Night

Episode 2 – The Black Dog Runs At Night (right click to download)

This is where we start to separate the men (and girls with great attitude) from the boys. The first episode was hard but this one is plain evil. Don’t get fooled by the ground zero, doomy beginning. It will weigh like a planet on your shoulders, sure, but what follows is nothing less than demonic. We mean, really scary. Maybe you’ll want to leave the lights on for this one.

We’re proud of it, but we’ll only ask you two things. Play it LOUD. And share it with your friends, especially the gutless ones.

See you on March 31st for more. Watch your backs.

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