The metal show InsaniTV celebrates 100th Episode

In the 21st century, online pathways are the primary medium to bring the dark and heavy music arts to the ravenous worldwide audience. The ultimate convenience of being able to hear and see in digitally pixilated glory on various, daily used devices has made it easier for bands to adequately deliver their material directly to their target audience.

And on the playing field of the information superhighway, InsaniTV is the integral source to the arcane music video realm of the world’s heavy music community.

Since being launched in March of 2012, InsaniTV has been a passionate and tireless advocate to altar of extreme music and its culture.

Originally conceived as a platform to launch unsigned and underground bands to international awareness, the metal  show has gone on to boast a very respectable, worldwide viewing audience and has even featured bands like NAPALM DEATH and GWAR.

With their ‘street cred’ of promoting countless bands from the full spectrum of Heavy Rock, Metal, Core and all sub-genres now firmly cemented, InsaniTV has reached its first significant milestone of 100 episodes.

With its unapologetic signature of hard edged musical viewing, episode 100 features a double length one hour repertoire with the talents of Lost Society, Coffin Carousel, Toxicon, Grit, We Stand As Knights, Five Ways To Nowhere, Mass Rejection, Pyramaze, State of Anxiety, Dead Animal Assembly Plant, Distillator, The Mercy Kills, and Cold Red Mute.

Over the last five years, InsaniTV has carved a firm and creditable ubiquity in the international underground and established heavy music populace and they still have some tricks in reserve, the program will continue to go from strength to strength. Watch this space!

InsaniTV is proudly brought to you by The Mish Mash Network.
InsaniTV is proudly supported by DS Enterprises.

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