MADBALL, ALL OUT WAR, 100 DEMONS Members To Guest On SIRIUS' 'Legends of Hardcore'

Sirius Satellite Radio's Hard Attack will celebrate hardcore music in its third annual "Legends of Hardcore" special hosted by resident hardcore expert Mario and various guests, such as Freddy Cricien from MADBALL and members of ALL OUT WAR, 100 DEMONS, COLD AS LIFE, and BILLYCLUB SANDWICH.

Listen in as this group of scene veterans recollect the genres beginnings and look toward the future as some of the most notorious bands in hardcore reunite at this year's "Superbowl of Hardcore" festival set to feature bands like NEGATIVE APPROACH, COLD AS LIFE, FULL BLOWN CHAOS, and ONE 4 ONE. All this in-your-face commentary plus music from BREAKDOWN, AGNOSTIC FRONT, WARZONE, H20, FULL BLOWN CHAOS, SICK OF IT ALL and more!

"Legends of Hardcore" special air times:

Wednesday, May 16 @ 8:00 p.m. ET
Friday, May 18 @ 11:00 a.m. ET
Saturday, May 19 @ 6:00 p.m. ET


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