Merry People Headbanging part 2 of Mosh Pit Hell – the 1998 Retrospective for 2018’s best of

Part Two of the annual #MerryPeopleHeadbanging edition of MPH happens tonight Sunday 9 December at 7PM USCST on KAOS Radio Austin as we celebrate the best of 2018 for the third week in a row while taking a look back at 1998 with a 20th anniversary edition of it’s oceanic undulation.

Experience this year’s tidal wave of sound with the likes of Therapy?, Converge, Will Haven, Rolo Tomassi, Vein, Daughters, Replicant, Gorod, Aborted, Arsis, Strychnia, Psycroptic and more. Enjoy the blast from 20 years in the past with the Dillinger Escape Plan, Drowningman, Botch, Vision of Disorder, Cave In, Coalesce, Death, Cryptopsy, Oppressor, Skinless, Decapitated, Meshuggah and more.

Learn about all the things you might have forgot about 1998 as well as how to support the year of Oceanic mission with the likes of

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Making a Presidents Home edition of Mosh Pit Hell – a music of the DMV show

MPH noise radio brings metal punk and hardcore into KAOS of music, philanthropy and history as the mosh pit hell with the doormouse, dmf, TONIGHT Sunday, 16 July 2017, 7pm CDT on

#MakingaPresidentsHome remembers the Residents Act of 1790 (1 Stat. 130) by celebrating the music of the District of Columbia, Maryland & Virginia with a new track by Darkest Hour and classic DMV moshers including Fugazi, Nation of Ulysses, Bad Brains, Rites of Spring, Void, Minor Threat, Pg 99, Ordinance, Periphery, Reflux, Nothingface, Dying Fetus, Arsis, Deceased, Lamb of God, Clutch, Pentagram, the Obsessed, Baroness, Lungfish, Swarm of the Lotus, Gwar and more. Learn about the founding of DC and it’s movement towards the full representation of statehood with while you dance the pit district style.

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