Dave Ingram, former vocalist for BOLT THROWER, BENEDICTION and DOWNLORD, and host of the podcast show "Metal Breakfast Radio", has launched another online streaming radio program called "Lambert's Basement" featuring big band swing and jazz. The show can only be heard at www.RadioFreeSatan.com
Commented Dave: "It may well not be for metal fans, but it's still worthy of announcing. I'm a huge fan of big band jazz, and it's possible the show can appeal to the open-minded out there."
Ingram, a member of the Church of Satan, also has several new podcast shows from "Metal Breakfast Radio" (featuring "The Conte & Kenny Show", Roar Christoffersen from Danish metallers CORPUS MORTALE, and Mads Haarløv of INIQUITY/STRANGLER) which can be downloaded for free from www.darksentinel.dk.
Dave and his "Metal Breakfast Radio" co-host Donovan Spenceley have a new music project DOOMCHARGE on the go, and will be releasing a split 7" single, along with ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN and THE KUNG FU KILLERS in the New Year. Full details will be announced soon.
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