Mens Prostate Health ’17 edition of Mosh Pit Hell – a Movember Metal episode

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, 17 September 2017, 7pm US CST on KAOSradioAustin.org

#MensProstateHealth explores big beards and monster moustache for Movember with hair raising new tracks by Primus, Vintersorg, Paradise Lost, Suffocation, Nightrage, Mors Principium Es, Eaten Alive, Dead Like Me plus a full facial hair extravaganza with Borknagar, Pentagram, Opeth, Soilent Green, Oceano, Neurosis, Crowbar, Soilwork, Dark Tranquility, Amon Amarth, Sworn Enemy, Boysetsfire, Strife, Ministry and more. Learn some of the background of the Movember Foundation and the biggest challenges to Men’s Health right now as well as how to support the work of NurseDavid.com to keep the conversation going

Don’t forget to follow @MPHnoise on your fave SocNet so you don’t end up missing pure headbanging, and check out past episodes in the archive at www.mixcloud.com/MPHnoise and kaosradioaustin.org/recent-shows

Playlist Selections:
the 2014 edition
the 2016 edition
the 2017 edition includes:
Primus “the Seven” the Desaturating Seven
Vintersorg “Jokelvaktaren” Till Fjalls del II
Borknagar “Coalition of Elements” Universal
Pentagram “Dead Bury Dead” Curious Volume
Opeth “Moonlapse Vertigo” Still Life
Paradise Lost “Blood & Chaos” Medusa
Suffocation “Your Last Breaths” Of Dark & Light
Soilent Green “Theory of Pride in Tragedy” Confrontation
Oceano “Slow Murder” Incisions
Neurosis “Raise the Dawn” Honor Found in Decay
Crowbar “Equilibrium” Equilibrium
Nightrage “Catharsis” the Venemous
Soilwork “Late for the Kill” the Panic Broadcast
Dark Tranquility “the Pitiless” Atoma
Amon Amarth “We Shall Destroy” Deceiver of the Gods
Mors Principium Est “In Torment” Embers of a Dying World
Eaten Alive “No Respect” Masterpiece of Ignorance
Sworn Enemy “No End to this Nightmare” Maniacal
Strife “End of Days” Witness a Rebirth
Boysetsfire “the Force Majeure” After the Eulogy
Dead Like Me ” Seulement des corps entassés” À Terre, Amas De Rêves
Ministry “Just One Fix” Psalm 69

More Piano Happening ’17 edition of Mosh Pit Hell — a pianoforte month episode

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, 10 September 2017, 7pm CDT on KAOSradioAustin.org

#MorePianoHappening ’17 celebrates pianoforte month with killer new keyboard crushers by Paradise Lost, Vintersorg, Xandria, Persefone, Unfear, Serenity in Murder plus classic keyboards cranking out the mosh by Soilwork, Dark Tranquility, Bleeding Through, Still Remains, Savatage, Animations, Appearance of Nothing, Battlelore, Unsun, Nightwish, After Forever, Evergrey, Type O Negative, Amorphis and more. Learn some music history about the piano, how to support pianosforeducation.org and more while you get your ivory tickling mosh on.

Don’t forget to follow @MPHnoise on your fave SocNet so you don’t end up missing pure headbanging, and check out past episodes in the archive at www.mixcloud.com/MPHnoise and kaosradioaustin.org/recent-shows

Moons Planets Heavens 2017 edition of the Mosh Pit Hell – Stephen Hawking’s Day

MPH noise radio brings metal punk and hardcore into KAOS as the mosh pit hell with the doormouse, dmf, TONIGHT Sunday, 8 January 2017, 9pm CST.

#MoonsPlanetsHeavens 2017 celebrates Stephen William Hawking, CH, CBE, FRS, FRSA with newer cuts by Hemotoxin, Internal Calibration Balance, We are the Catalyst plus classic multiworld moshers by Primus, Voivod, Scar Symmetry, Dead for Denver, the End of All Reason, Obscura, Gojira, Fractal Universe, Paradise Lost, Vintersorg, Junius and much more. Enjoy 75 years of Hawking plus learn about the programs of www.aps.org while you get your universal mosh on.

Don’t forget to follow @MPHnoise on your fave SocNet during the show so you don’t end up missing pure headbanging, and check out past episodes in the archive at www.mixcloud.com/MPHnoise and kaosradioaustin.org/recent-shows