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Metal, hardcore and otherwise exquisitely heavy and brutal sounds. Soul-shifting noise. Dimension-altering soundscapes. Be crushed and renewed. Lose control.
Tuesdays 10pm to midnight. Presented by Mia Timpano.
Sydney artist Plini, hailed as one of the top 10 best prog guitarists in the world today, discusses his new album.
From hard rock to orchestral post-everything, Mia shines a spotlight on some of the most exciting new releases as 2020 draws to a close.
A soundtrack to renew and restore: emotionally blistering noise, folk metal, trance metal and slow burns.
The new, the old and the brilliant.
Dan Morganti fills in again, bringing wall-to-wall brutality.
An episode of Requiem For A Scream on 10 November 2020
The awesome Dan Morganti jumps in the chair for Mia.
Sludge from Seoul, Beijing doom, plus new heavy releases from near and far.
Doom, hardcore, deathcore, punk, cyberpunk, prog doom, experimental doom, folk rock, mathcore, and more.
Brutal magnificence to melt even the coldest heart.
Hear (probably) the world's first brass metal band, new tunes from iconic heavy acts, and assorted underground excellence.
Another soundtrack for the quarantined soul.
A trip around the world via sludge, hardcore and the most excellent drone.
Lots of local heaviness, essential new listening, and classics. What more could you want?
Jack jumps back in the chair for Mia. Prepare for an onslaught of goodness!
Mia pays tribute to much-loved Power Trip vocalist Riley Gale, and shares a stack of feel-good metal tunes, too.
Mia brings a little metal to Radiothon with some help from Nicole Tadpole and Jack Knight.
Paying tribute to Amy Cook, and playing new crushing sounds from right around the globe.
Bangladesh goregrind, Mumbai prog, Mongolian folk metal, plus new and local releases to soothe and obliterate.
A special guest joins the show: Melbourne-based symphonic metal artist Victoria K.
Strap in for an all local heavy music special. Expect symphonic metal, hardcore and more from Melbourne and surrounds.
It's all about big feelings in this episode. Relax into some epic and soul-lifting soundscapes.
Prepare your earholes for a blistering heavy metal Morricone tribute.
Another excellent fill from Triple R metalhead Jack Knight.
Polynesian metal, deathcore galore, and a swag of other goodies.
At a time when real-life gigs are but a glimmer, Mia brings the party to you.
Extreme and exhilarating heaviness from around the world, from Kenya to Sydney.
Another Tuesday, another face-blaster.
Two hours of crushing music, featuring an abundance of grisly, new, underground excellence.
Mia showcases local ambient drone, explosive post-metal, and a whole range of new, crushing sounds.
Settle in for a deluge of exquisite heaviness: atmospheric and cinematic metal, extreme brutality, and everything in between.
Mia, craving non-stop brutality, explores the metalhead's comfort music: old-school thrash, blistering death/grind, and sludge.
From an extreme metal Dolly Parton cover to a 20-minute Bongripper meditation track, this week's episode is the best kind of hellride.
We explore the origins of the devil horns and occult rock's influence on doom. We also guzzle thrash and death metal greats.
Get around some top-notch local metal and hardcore releases in this all-local edition of the show.
Settle in for a nature-themed episode. Through heavy music, we explore the snowy Ural Mountains, ancient forests, and more.
Mia takes us on a tour of Asia's metal scenes – from Singaporean sludge to Chinese pagan folk metal and much more.
Drone metal meditation specialist Kerryx educates us on how to listen to metal with a view to properly chilling out.
Triple R IT wizard (and all-round rad bloke) Jack Knight jumps in the chair to fill in for Mia.
Fun and feelgood vibes from the greats of classic and extreme metal; an episode designed to help release a whole lot of tension.