The Insane Show: #308 (Season 3, Episode 8)

The Insane Show 308 has some great videos from Bull-Riff Stampede, Killus, Mudface, Salems Lott, The Flux Machine and Snake Eyes Seven.

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The Insane Show 308 Order of Appearance

  1. Bull-Riff Stampede – “Enraging the Beast” – Bristol, England, United Kingdom
  2. KillUs – “Ultrazombies” – Villareal, Spain
  3. Mudface – “Hellfoot” – San Francisco, California
  4. Salems Lott – “No Choice to Love” – Los Angeles, California
  5. The Flux Machine – “Louder!” – New York City, New York
  6. Snake Eyes Seven – “Can You Hear Me Calling?” – Forest Hill, Edmonton, Canada

More Info on Artists on The Insane Show 308

Bull-Riff Stampede

Bull-Riff Stampede From Bristol, Weymouth and Nottingham, a hybrid mix of old school influences, Bull-Riff Stampede has been described as ‘a devastatingly heavy combination of Thrash and Death Metal’. The debut album ‘Scatter The Ground’ was Tracked in late 2010, Mixed at various intervals through 2011 and was released in November of that year.


KillUs is an explosive 5 pieced combo formed 19 years ago in the spanish city of Vila-Real (Spain) has managed to reflect an attitude and unique sound. Under influences from bands such as Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson or White Zombie, sharing stage with well known acts such as Guns n’ Roses, Korn, MotorHead, Ministry, Nightwish, In Flames, DeathStars, Avatar, Fear Factory, Behemoth
or Marilyn Manson themselves.

The staging of the band if one of their strongest points, equipped with a powerful sound and a striking image, which turns Killus into a whirlwind live.


Mudface formed in 2005 by Dinsmore and Ted Aguilar (Death Angel), Mudface has released 2 Self-titled EP’S, and one full length album titled “ANTI” that was produced by Tim Narducci (Systematic, Spiral Arms). “ANTI” received Metal Radio airplay all over the world. The current lineup of Mudface came together as a band over time while crossing paths in the Bay Area Metal scene. Magnetized by their shared musical influences of icons like Megadeth, Death Angel, Testament, Nine Inch Nails and Iron Maiden, among others – One by one, they were all drawn into the Mudface universe. Lead vocalist Chris Dinsmore is the only original and founding member. Keyboardist Brett Crane came on board in 2009; Rob Kolowitz and son Grant are one of the only Father/Son teams in Metal and joined the band in late 2012. Bassist Jim Pegram joined during the writing of “The Bane of Existence” in early 2015. Drummer Tim Davis joined in late 2015 after the album was recorded, and the band’s current lineup was solidified.

Salems Lott

Salems Lott is an American Shock Metal band formed in late 2013 in Hollywood, California. They are known for their high-energy and crowd pumping stage performances and an explosive new sound that captures the audience from start to finish. The band has played infamous Hollywood stages such as a sold-out show at The Roxy Theatre, a sold-out show at The House Of Blues, The Whisky A Go Go, SIR Studios and many more. The band is quickly climbing the ranks of the Los Angeles Rock Scene and is one of the most prominent live acts to see in Los Angeles.

The Flux Machine

The Flux Machine with a powerful 5-piece live ensemble, the band has been playing all over NYC with it’s electrifying and energetic stage show. Mesmerizing to watch as they deliver punchy, catchy punk songs repeatedly. Webster Hall, Arlene’s Grocery, The Bowery Electric are just a few of the venues that have repeatedly hosted The Flux Machine. Planetstereolive reassures: “The Flux Machine seamlessly blends a classic bluegrass feel to their gritty, alternative rock attitude that will have you bouncing around your room like you’re in the middle of a concert.”

Snake Eyes Seven

Snake Eyes Seven blends musical elements of both old school metal and new style metal, Snake Eyes Seven brings a fresh approach to the hard rock/metal genre.