Breakthru Radio Showcases Heavy Metal Music In This Weeks Specialty Show

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Internet Radio Station To Provide Exposure to Growing Hard Rock Community

With the resurgence of heavy metal influence within genres of music such as pop and rock, BreakThru Radio (BTR)presents DJ Darkside’s special Heavy Metal show airs this week, June 5 - June 11. BTR first introduced its hard rock and metal show in April with a listenership of more than 400,000 tuning in to hear the latest in indie heavy metal.

BTR is devoted to giving a voice to talented, up-and-coming artists. It also has a unique policy that allows DJs to pick and play their own music. It is this feature that has allowed DJ Darkside to scour the best talent throughout North America and Europe to find the most cutting edge musicians in heavy metal. Unlike traditional radio, BTR has no restrictions on style - playing rock, punk, hip hop, electronica, alt-country, reggae, metal, soul, et al.

“The heavy metal and rock fan is one of the most devoted in music,” said BTR’s DJ Darkside. “Everyone at BTR is proud to lead the way in internet radio by providing fans with new music that cannot be heard anywhere else.”

DJ Darkside's Playlist for that show:

8 Bit Piece of @#$% - Circus of Dead Squirrels

Liez - 55 Escape

Army of The Living Dead - Curse of Instinct

Bloodwake – Crematorium

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Hibernation Sickness Complete – Arcturus

To Aim And Miss – Elenium

Of Malice And Majesty – Epicurean

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Spirit of Vengeance – Thunderblast

Demonslayer – Ignitor

Another Way To Loose Yourself - Bleed in Vain

Sell Myself – Alysium

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Mindlock – Visitor

BTR has also showcased various music genres and scenes such as “Club Cavern,” featuring independent dance and electronica, “In the Mix” spotlighting the Atlanta music scene and a profile of Chicago’s Polyvinyl Records - to name just a few.

BTR broadcasts 24 hours a day on http://www.breakthruradio.com or http://www.NYTrack.com, New York's only website dedicated to the tri-state high school track community, reaching over 5 million high school students. For additional information about BreakThru Radio, please contact John Krisiukenas: 917-609-4844.

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