Stoner Rock UVTV Edition Available

This week's episode of Underground Video Television (UVTV) is a special stoner rock edition hosted by Bobby Black, columnist at High Times magazine and host of Sirius Radio Hard Attack channel's "Contact High". The show features music videos of CLUTCH, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, FU MANCHU, TURBONEGRO, and MONSTER MAGNET as well as some live videos of MASTODON and Bobby's close friends TYPE O NEGATIVE. Also on the show is a brand new live video of FIREBALL MINISTRY playing their track "It Flies Again" that was filmed recently in Buffalo, NY. You can view the show online at this location or by subscribing to the UVTV podcast on iTunes at this location.

Bobby Black's show "Contact High" on Sirius Satellite Radio Hard Attack channel 27 airs Thursdays 9pm-10pm ET and features the sludgiest, most psychedelic and potent stoner rock ever. Find out more information about Bobby Black at www.myspace.com/bobbyblack.

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