Born For Burning Radio: Profanatica

Born for Burning is proud to close up 2016 with one last offering: Profanatica. This  will be an exclusive west coast appearance for the USBM legends, and they mark the event by taking over Born For Burning radio and sharing a few words and their choice of songs to ruin your speakers. PLAY LOUD! NO WIMPS!

Paul Ledney: This is the kind of shit I like. [So] Why the fuck would I include my own band in my top 5? “Holy Trinity Done” is my favorite Profanatica track. We will be playing it live in LA. Black Witchery of course doing a cover track, which by the way I have some inside info on. Irkallian Oracle! best live band of 2016! Sounds like the universe has a huge fucking tear in it. Poison Idea are still the kings after all these years and have been a huge influence on me, and my drumming. USBM has Hardcore, and Punk roots. Saying you don’t want that is like saying you want a car without tires on it. Its already built in. NME Rolls over all black metal from Norway, and the like. Listen closely to the bass on this track.Its about total hate and Darkness. Not walking in the woods with a torch looking at the moon, and play acting. Why people would listen to screechy guitars and vocals with no bottom end is beyond me. Its not American Master Paul

P.S. The so called wintermoon has zero power over us

Sacroscum “manifest”
Occultation “first of the last”
Father Befouled “sacreligious defilement of deranged salvation”
Misthyming “songur heiftar”
Pissgrave “perpetual war”
Death SS – Chains of Death
Slayer – Captor of Sin
Morbid Angel – Blasphemy of the Holy Ghost
Fallen Christ – Kill of the Newborn
Dead Congregation – The Sombre Doom



Black witchery “kingdom against kingdom”
Poison idea “welcome to krell”
Profanatica “holy trinity done”
Irkallian “oracle Reflections”


Born For Burning Radio: Deathhammer

Just one week shy of the commencement of their “Wrath in the Wicked West” tour, maniacs Deathhammer managed to take a momentary break from their alcohol fueled headbanging and hell raising to school you wimps on what you should be listening to in preparation for their arrival. They make their intentions very clear; TO BANG YOUR HEADS AND RAGE AT BREAK NECK SPEED! Oct 6th in LA, other tour dates available on thier FB page . There will also be a guest DJ set at Frost & Fire fest on Sunday from Sergeant Salsten. ONWARD TO THE PITS!


Atrocity – Toxic death
Doctor Rock – Metal man
Subway Force – Rainbow fire
Infant Death – Ritual burning
Metal Cross – Crucifying the Virgins

Powerlord – Silent Terror
Damien Thorne – Escape or die
Incubus – Engulfed in Unspeakable Horror
Deaf Dealer – To Hell and Back
Omen – At All Cost

Big balls and the great white idiot – i’m a punk
Dead ends – Look at me
Necrophile – Dissociation
S.O.B. – Leave Me Alone
SØT HÆVN- Asfaltparasitta

Inculter – Death Domain
Voivod – Blower
Gouge – Morbid Curse
Vorum – Current Mouth
Whiplash – The Burning of Atlanta (1985 version)


Born for Burning Radio: Paolo Girardi



On this edition of Born For Burning Radio, Master painter, freestyle wrestler and overall top Alpha Male Paolo “Madman” Girardi takes over and shares his playlist of tunes that get heavy rotation in his studio while working on his craft. Pay attention and takes notes wimps, this is how its done.

Paolo Girardi : This could be my “well-known bands” playlist while painting

Born For Burning: Great list. Manilla Road has had a huge role in your life, correct? I’ve seen paintings you’ve done of Mark.There’s A lot of Manowar in this list as well.

PG: Yes Manowar are my religion. Old Manilla are pure art

BFB: Uaschitschun is top RW song for me, so we have that in common

PG: Yes I love that song a lot, lyrics too. I grew up with those RW albums.

BFB: Always a good reminder, “men cannot eat money.” There are more important things in life

PG: Wild and Free is also rock or metal essence.

BFB: Of course. Fuck the rules, and fuck society

PG: I haven’t put obscure bands songs for some reasons

BFB: would you like to revise the list? or you can always add some

PG: No. I love big names first. They wrote history. Some bands of my playlist are not that big, but those songs are always good to listen to in a playlist in my opinion.

BFB: Any last words you’d like to include? Any words for people who don’t like Manowar?

PG: Well all those who like Manowar are colder empty people, in general. Manowar are blood and religion. They saved my life lots of times many years ago, when no one was by my side, when I really used to “walk alone alone against the wind”


Paolo Girardi Playlist:

Manilla Road – Necropolis
Manowar – Fast Taker
Uriah Heep – Gypsy
Running wild -Black Demon
Manowar – Mountains
Kiss -Charisma
Doomfox – Girls like you
Mötley Crüe – Red Hot
W.A.S.P. – Wild Child
Fifth Angel -The Night
Manowar – The Oath
Helloween – Phantoms of Death
Iron Maiden – Phantom of the opera
Circus of Power – War Machine
Judas Priest – You’ve got another thing comin
Manilla Road -Dreams of Eschaton
Molly Hatchet – Saddle Tramp
The Cult – Lil Devil
Dust – Often Shadows Felt
Manilla Road – March Of The Gods
Manowar – Holy war
Running Wild – Uaschitschun
Manowar – Master of the wind


BFB Radio #2

This weeks BFB Radio picks


Kreator – Storm of the Beast
Blasphemy – Ritual
Autopsy – Ridden with Disease
Morbid Angel – Angel of Disease (Abominations of Desolation version)
Necrovore – Slaughtered Remains

Samain – Seven Tears
Eternal Champion – Retaliator
Triarchy – Save The Khan
Acero Letal – Duro Metal
The New Order – Of Another World

Chainsaw – Black Pest
Dissection – Nights Blood
Blackrat – Hail to Hades
Darkness – Death Squad
Gospel of the Horns – Absolute Power

Bathory- Dies Irae
Morbus Chron – Death Strikes
Vulture – Victim To The Blade
Autopsy – Dark Crusade
Agent Orange – Everything Turns Grey

Iron Angel – The Metallian
Necronomicon – Iron Charm
Sodom – Outbreak Of Evil
Sabbat – Splatter
Morbid – My Dark Subconscious


BFB Radio #1

First installment of BFB Radio. Expect a mixture of classics, rarities, hidden gems, and oddities spanning decades and genres. “There are no rules!”

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