BEATALLICA Interviewed On 'Radioactive Metal' (Audio)
BEATALLICA — a satirical mashup act whose hilarious schtick marries the songwriting prowess of THE BEATLES to the deep-throated rock growl of METALLICA — was interviewed on the November 25, 2010 edition of "Radioactive Metal". You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.
"Radioactive Metal" is broadcast on Pure Rock Radio Thursday evenings at 8:00 p.m. EST.
Full Metal Rock has uploaded video footage of BEATALLICA performing the song "Hero Of The Day Tripper" on November 12, 2010 at Paladino's in Tarzana, California. You can watch the clip below.
"Masterful Mystery Tour", BEATALLICA's second full-length studio album, features the "hits" "Hero of the Day Tripper" and "Fuel On The Hill" as well as the fan favorite "I Want To Choke Your Band". The official BEATALLICA catalog now includes the studio albums "Masterful Mystery Tour" and "Sgt. Hetfield's Motorbreath Pub Band", over 40 speech tones, "All You Need Is Blood" and the "Holiday" EP, "Winter Plunderband", featuring the debut of the first-ever BEATALLICA originals.
After their worldwide crowd-sourced translation campaign for "All You Need Is Blood", BEATALLICA is utilizing Kickstarter to mobilize their international fan club, aka BEATALLI-bangers, again for a fan-funded campaign to create limited-edition vinyl for "Masterful Mystery Tour" and "Sgt. Hetfield's Motorbreath Pub Band".
"The first time I heard 'Kill 'Em All' and 'Revolver', they were on vinyl," commented Jaymz Lennfield. "Hell, I can proudly say I was the first kid in Milwaukee to own 'Master of Puppets' on vinyl. I waited outside Rushmor Records all damn day for the shipment to arrive! So, man, it is with great pleasure BEATALLICA announces that we're working on getting 'Sgt. Hetfield's Motorbreath Pub Band' and 'Masterful Mystery Tour' out on vinyl as well. At first, I thought the only thing vinyl in this band would be Ringo's 'naughty boy' pants! Now, we can fully say we are looking to gladly join the 21st...I mean 20th century!"
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