Episode 53 – Veneno Carrascão

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.

Let go. Taste the poison.

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Rádio Quântica – Satan Made Me Do It #28 [+tracklist]

The nightmare continues, but don’t get any ideas: we most certainly DON’T want to wake up. In our dreams we traverse through elevations of twistedness on our way to godhood and hope to find the Great Kat shredding from the top of that special spike.

Music takes the pain away. And we at Satan Made Me Do It know just what you need – MORE TERRORS! In just two hours we visit the Americas, Europe and Oceania and the journey PAYS OFF IN THE END.

Fuck off life, metal is ours!

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Episode 22 – The Slayer

Episode 22 – The Slayer (right click to download)

To hell with 2015! The 80s are what it’s all about and this is our ultimate love letter to all you deathrash maniacs. The worship begins with the very cover picture. It’s a snap from 1982’s horror nasty “The Slayer”, the movie that inspired Jon Kristiansen to name the greatest underground metal fanzine of all time Slayer Mag.

This one goes out to him.

We wanted to start the New Year in style with the rawest and most brutal sounds we could possibly unearth. To our knowledge there’s nothing quite like 84-87 metal so we summoned your total death right from that most unholy period. For the most part. There’s a lot of demo quality stuff here and if you don’t like that you can just FOAD.

SATAN MADE ME DO IT wishes all you open minded thrashers a damn good year. We can only hope to contribute some of that good through our continued assaults. Do play it loud. It’s not just a catchphrase, you know? It’s common sense.

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