SOCIETY 1 band leader and adult film director Matt Zane has just inked a deal to host his own weekly radio show on the Internet's most notorious station, Radio Free Satan.Starting in March, Matt Zane will take over the airwaves for his own program, dubbed "Why Do We Live?", which guarantees to be "the most outrageous and perverse show on radio," according to a press release. "Matt Zane isn't afraid to talk about sex — he's been with thousands of girls!" the press release adds. "He's not afraid to talk music, politics or religion either, and he takes each subject by the balls and rattles every taboo right out. Nowhere else on the planet would this kind of in-your-face conversation be allowed, let alone understood, but Radio Free Satan, who has been smashing taboos for nearly six years, has welcomed him with open arms." Matt Zane's "Why Do We Live?" will air on Radio Free Satan every Tuesday beginning on March 7. More information is available at www.radiofreesatan.com.
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