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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Heavy Metal in Outer Space

This week’s metal history lesson features metal from across the galaxy by Voivod, Satyricon, Assassin, Black Sabbath, Hawkwind, Cathedral, Gojira, Inquisition, and more!

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Technical Death Metal

A master class of bizarre overachiever head-cracking bands like Gorguts, Meshuggah, Cynic, Death, Necrophagist, Demilich, and more!

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Berserker Viking Metal

Strap on your horned helmet, hoist high your goblet, and join the marauding war party for a powerful and glorious collection of bellowed hymns!

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Early European Speed Metal

Featuring Living Death, Warhead, SxDxIx, Bulldozer, Cyclone, Poltergeist, ADX, Oz, and many more!

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots St. Patrick’s Day Thin Lizzy Tribute

We celebrate the ancient folk hero Saint Patrick this week with a full hour of dual-guitar tributes to beloved Irish hard rock saviors Thin Lizzy.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of First Singers

Singers whose performances helped launch the efforts of bands including Anthrax, Faith No More, Pantera, Iron Maiden, Kataklysm, Exodus, Candlemass, Arch Enemy, and Cannibal Corpse.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Horror Writer H.P. Lovecraft and Metal

Bloody Roots explores metal songs drawn from Lovecraft’s tales of Cthulu, Dr. Herbert West, the Dagon fish cult, and Dunwich horrors

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Comic Book-Inspired Metal

A handful of classic songs about Iron Man, Thor, Judge Dredd, Spiderman, Ghost Rider, Conan, and others as performed by heavy metal heroes .

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Classic Norwegian Black Metal

Scorching assaults by Mayhem, Darkthrone, Emperor, Thorns, Burzum, Satyricon, Immortal, and more.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Russian Metal

Folk metal by Leshak and Arkona, brutal death from Katalepsy, icy black metal by Chaosfrost, and much more…

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Shoegazer Metal

Dreamlike and intense bands from France, Chile, China, Norway, New Zealand, Germany, and the United States feature.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Classic East Coast Thrash Metal

The East Coast thrash metal scene was crucial, providing record labels, media attention, and crossover-friendly live venues, along with legendary bands featured today.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots Features Fifteen Ferocious Metal Debuts From 2013

Host Ian Christe (“Sound of the Beast”) retrieves the sounds of fifteen standout new bands, including Wormlust, Noisem, Witherscape, Malevolence, Mutoid Man, and more!

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Icy Frozen Winter Metal

Cold winter metal tracks by Mayhem, Voivod, Samael, Dissection, Judas Priest, Dr. Know, Witchcraft, Shining, and many more.

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Ten Tracks That Shook Apart 2013 (And Held It Together)

Summing up some tracks that lit up the year!

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots 2013 Instrumental Metal Holiday Festival

Following in Bloody Roots tradition, this annual holiday show recaps the year’s most epic metal instrumentals.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Grunge and Metal

The lasting impact of mostly Sub Pop Records grunge acts like Tad, Nirvana, Earth, Mudhoney, and Soundgarden merits a look at the thick sound of distortion and flannel.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots Honors 30 Years of SLAYER’s Show No Mercy

December 3 brought the thirty-year anniversary of SLAYER’s landmark debut album Show No Mercy, and Bloody Roots host Ian Christe tolls the birthday bells.

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Sirius XM Bloody Roots of Southeast Asian Metal

Historic leaps are happening in metal and hardcore scenes in Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand.

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Bloody Roots Feasts on “Hellbent for Cooking” w/Morbid Chef Annick Giroux

“Death to false meals” is the battle cry this Thanksgiving week, as Annick “the Morbid Chef” guests.

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