THE NATION OF DECIMATION – WITH THE BAGMAN AND KNOB – Official Program (7-15-14)

EPISODE DATE – JULY 15th, 2014 BROADCAST TIME – 8pm TO 11pm Est. PHONE GUEST : We Talked To – By Far, The Busiest Female Musician In The CT Scene “Jessie May” Of Alternative Control, Jimmy Junk Bird and The Stiffs, Pink Missile, The Shoutbacks, Burn The Bodies. She’s Also A Major Supporter Of The Connecticut Metal Scene, Writer At CT Boom.com And is A School Teacher By Day. Alternative Control http://www.alternativecontrolct.com/ Jimmy Junk Bird And The Stiffs https://www.facebook.com/JimmyJunkBirdAndTheStiffs Pink Missile https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pink-Missile/159532855320 The Shoutbacks https://www.facebook.com/Shoutbacks Burn The Bodies https://www.facebook.com/pages/Burn-the-Bodies/83966307050 CT Boom.com http://ctboom.com/ INTRO SONG: Tim Smith From Ct Thrash Metalers “Shallow Ground” Bristol, Connecticut SONG: “Decimation!! ” Continue Your Experience With “Tim Smith ” At The Link Below: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShallowGroundTim?fref=ts Continue Your Experience ...

THE NATION OF DECIMATION – WITH THE BAGMAN AND KNOB – Official Program (7-08-14)

EPISODE DATE – JULY 8th, 2014 BROADCAST TIME – 8pm TO 11pm Est. PHONE GUEST : Jesse James Bellefleur Of Posidemic Ntertainment / Composing the Apocalypse / James & Johnson / A Sight to Behold BROADCAST LOCATION: Official site: http://ofnrforever.com/ Tune in: http://goo.gl/Px2dI4 CHAT: http://ofnrchat.chatango.com/ OFFICIALFNRADIO.COM Introduction Discipline X in the background For more information on Discipline X check them out at FACEBOOK No Bagman this week due to transportation issues. Check Out Blowpaste Here: https://www.facebook.com/blowpaste Start Time 8:30pm   Upcoming interviews and specials   Tuesday, July 15th – Jessie May Tuesday, July 22 – A.J. Pelletier of In The Red Tuesday, August 5 – Orc Adams of Orcumentary Tuesday, August 12 – Jeff Miles of Hallowman Productions Tuesday, August 17 – August 31 – Nation of Vacation TWO WEEKS ...

Disposable Heroes – The current state of music

Do we live in a download and discard world!?  Do we now live in an age where music has become so accessible that, unless it’s something very special, it is quickly forgotten!? Back in the late 90′s, my first job ever was working at a record store. Record Town to be exact. I’m not even THAT old, but, “back in my day”, buying music was a HUGE part of my life; my collection exploded well past 700 CDs,  and I was proud to be a music consumer. The purchasing of music use to mean something. “New Release Day” was something people looked forward ...