BOLT THROWER Videos To Be Made Available For Free Download

"Metal Breakfast Radio", the podcast show hosted by Dave Ingram (former vocalist for BOLT THROWER, BENEDICTION, DOWNLORD) and Donovan Spenceley (ex-DOWNLORD/NEPENTHE guitarist) have new episodes available for streaming/free download at their web site.

The show features unsigned underground metal bands and is currently accepting material from new artists wishing to have their material featured on the program.

On Monday, August 18, Dave Ingram will put the first of three BOLT THROWER videos he made in 2006 into the weekly "Metal Breakfast Radio" RSS feed as vidcasts. First up will be "At First Light". This will be the only time the videos are available for download. Currently they are only viewable on YouTube.

Commented Ingram: "I wrote and asked if it was okay to do so. Jo [BOLT THROWER bassist] replied, gave the green light, and the first one drops into the RSS feed in a few days."

In addition, on Monday, August 25, "Metal Breakfast Radio" will release a crossover episode in cooperation with Gramie Dee and his "Autopsy Report" metal show; both programs will play tracks chosen by one another. The second BOLT THROWER video, "When Cannons Fade", will also drop that day, and the final video, "Salvo", the following week.

Said Ingram: "I'll not forget my time in the band, and the videos are a way I can give tribute to one of if not THE MOST honest, hard working and uncompromising bands in the scene. Simply put: Hail BOLT THROWER!"

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