The latest episode of "Radioactive Metal" features an interview with Canadian thrash metal veterans SACRIFICE conducted at the recent Noctis festival in Calgary, Canada. You can now listen to it using the audio player below."Radioactive Metal" is broadcast Thursday evenings on Pure Rock Radio. SACRIFICE re-released its classic albums "Torment In Fire" (1985), "Forward To Termination" (1987) and "Soldiers Of Misfortune" (1990) as picture-disc LPs through vinyl label War On Music Records. With the 2010 LP pressings sold out and safely in the hands of vinyl collectors and thrash maniacs around the globe, War On Music issued a one-time repress of the three records as picture-disc vinyl. The releases feature the original artwork in a high-gloss die-cut LP jacket and are strictly limited to 500 copies each. For more information, visit www.waronmusic.com. War On Music released SACRIFICE's latest work, "The Ones I Condemn", on vinyl in 2010, as well as a limited split seven-inch with PROPAGANDHI, featuring a timeless cover of RUSH's "Anthem". SACRIFICE is currently working on new material which has been described by drummer Gus Pynn as "very RUSH-influenced." "Radioactive Metal" podcast (audio):
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