You’ve been kept in the dark for long enough, so here’s some major news FINALLY: we are officially part of the GIMME RADIO family, a metal music platform for all the metal-obsessed bangers of the world in whose ranks are included Dave Mustaine, Katon W. De Pena, The Reaper with Athenar of Midnight fame, Jessica Pimentel, Ross The Boss, Danny Lilker and many other members of exquisite metal authority. We’re more than excited, you can tell just by reading this.
What does this all mean? Basically, our Two-Hour-Long Monthly Shows Are Back, better than ever. We’re premiering Saturday, December 22nd, at 11am ET / 8am PT (that’s 4pm GMT / 5pm CET). Pretty damn soon, innit?
This is a lot to take in and there will me more to say on the days to come. For now, read all about us and stare at our lifeless eyes – black eyes, like a doll’s eyes – on our Gimme Radio profile: https://gimmeradio.com/#/djs/121 (be a pal and log in!)
[We’ve awoken a great living darkness. Our main-events are back and what’s better is that the real fun has yet to begin. There are wonderful things in the works and some major news to announce… soon.
While that doesn’t happen, we’ll keep going with our new favorite thing: music reviews. We are, after all, an organization (.org). SATAN MADE ME DO IT’s commitment to forward thinking, in spite of our destructive nature, keeps us on the path of growth and enable us to exploit ALL operational synergies.
We go for old and new releases, hi-fi, lo-fi and everything in between and the only rule is that it’s got to be mental METAL!]
[We are back with the main-event metal shows that distinguish SATAN MADE ME DO IT, but that’s not all we’re doing. While preparing our comeback, we tried our hand at music reviews and are not just about to stop. We are an organization (.org) after all. We got HR, Marketing, Talent Relations and are excited to announce a brand new division: an Editorial Team. SATAN MADE ME DO IT’s commitment to forward thinking, in spite of our destructive nature, will hopefully keep us on the path of growth and enable us to exploit other operational synergies.
We go for old and new releases, hi-fi, lo-fi and everything in between and the only rule is that it’s got to be METAL!]
We are both Tranquilos™ and Fucking Crazy™. Spectacularly homeless and yet optimistic. There’s a sour taste in our mouths. Blackened notes, with a tint of red (wine). We are Satan Made Me Do It and we are back with a main-event calibre show worthy of the noblest ziggurats. What we got here is 80 minutes of delightful darkness come alive through the power of our resolve and an overly complicated home setup put together to inflict pain and mess with our poisoned heads.
Rough around the edges, as always, and as always a product of our fondness for a noisy way of life.
Still here and still louder than y’all. We shall return…..
[While we figure out the future of our format in regards to the main-event two-hour-long metal shows that distinguish SATAN MADE ME DO IT, we’re trying something up: music reviews. We’ll go for old and new releases, hi-fi, lo-fi and everything in between and the only rule is that it’s got to be METAL! Hopefully, these will not only keep you satisfied until we get back on track with our radio shows, but also give you another motivation to drop by every now and again.]
It hasn’t been easy lately. Two whole months have gone by since our last apparition. We’re like a cheap bottle of red wine left open and slowly going bad. Motherfucker.
It’s ok, it’s ok. Things are looking better now. And although you have to wait a bit more for our next two-hour-long Radio Quântica episode, we’re making sure you have some company for the coming weeks. It’s not exactly the friendliest bed in town, but maybe you’ll like it.
Ever felt so good it made you SICK? We’re talking inclined towards decisive detestation here. Figured it wasn’t possible, but – HEY! – we were mistaken.
Our cauldron remains good and greasy, the spell is bitterer than before and there is good reason to believe the KABOOM will keep getting bigger and bigger. Moldy death metal epics, satanic certainties, caveman noise amplified, doom & gloom and Portuguese relics (Conjunto Típico Torreense Cult).