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There’s no such thing as too much metal…………Metal Central TV brings it to your brain on Vimeo !!!

In fact, even the full first season of Metal Central TV probably isn’t enough; but it’ll keep you operational. If you’ve wondering where the next hub to service your heavier music needs is, it’s right there in the title: Metal Central. Metal Central TV is, unsurprisingly, a metal-exclusive channel featuring music videos, tour, live and footage, documentaries and a showcase of bands old and new. See the story behind A Band Called Pain or check out the video clips and live acts of Sydonia. Undisputed kings of metal and hard rock get their deserved playtime and new, independent and up-and-coming-talent get their chance to shine and be heard. It’s a completion series fans can really support and build a metal community around.

The showcasing of sundry metal genres is a real strength of the show; not only is there something for everyone but fans looking for a specific fix might just find something new from the global independent scene to sink their teeth into. No promises that you’ll finally learn how to pronounce Djent though! A selection of episodes excerpts are available on Vimeo, so launch into them and see what you’ve been missing.

You can send in your video for consideration for the show by emailing a link to content@bluepie.com.au and sending a Youtube or Vimeo link. The team will generally get back to you in 48 hours.

Metal Central wouldn’t be what it is without the fans, the bands, and the labels sending in their videos and content as often as they do; we raise our horns to the gods of metal in your name, and in yours and mine, the humble metal fans.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s get thrashing!

Vimeo Season 1 Links
Episode 8 part 3 –

Episode 9 part 5 –

Episode 10 part 1 –

Official Links For Metal Central TV:
Website: www.metalcentraltv.com/index.php
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Metal-Central/179274995601441
Twitter: twitter.com/MetalCentralTV
Vimeo: vimeo.com/channels/metalcentral