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An idea for a new hard rock radio format

Posted: Sat Oct 17, 2015 4:37 am
by revevilunion51
It's a format that focuses on the most new, young and recent hard rock and heavy metal artists, and plays hard rock music from the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s. Essentially it's the new generation of active rock, but with a new twist, Direct Rock, thus format is people meter friendly, it will shake up the market place and will steal from everyone immediately, and what makes this format so unique and so attractive is that we promote and play artists, you don't get to hear on an actual active rock stations, these unknown artists, because stations have chosen the modern rock route or the repetition of mainstream artists, but we specialize in innovative and straight away rock music.

Core music heard on the Direct Rock radio format range from established songs from the 1990s and 2000s by established bands originating during that time period like Nonpoint, Thousand Foot Krutch, Hed PE, Trapt, Ill NiƱo, Hurt, Taproot, Crossfade, Skindred, Wolfmother, Tessallance, Down, Kottonmouth Kings, Atreyu, Fair to Midland, Hatebreed, Coheed and Cambria, Trivium, Shihad, Oleander, and Lamb of God, to new songs from new, young and recent artists of the current time frame such as Nothing More, Red Sun Rising, Periphery, My Secret Circus, Royal Blood, Starset, Beartooth, From Ashes to New, Islander, To Whom it May, Highly Suspect, Wovenwar, Crobot, The Color Morale, Turbowolf, Northern Faces, Coldrain, Upon a Burning Body, Marmozets, Separations, The Family Ruin, Crown the Empire, While She Sleeps, Heartist, Arcane Roots, A Breach of Silence, Shallow Side, The Glorious Sons, Hands Like Houses, Wilson, The Things They Carried, and Kill it Kid.

Re: An idea for a new hard rock radio format

Posted: Sat Oct 17, 2015 12:10 pm
by cruzeman
Sounds a lot like ROCK ON!

Re: An idea for a new hard rock radio format

Posted: Wed Oct 21, 2015 11:55 am
by levora
Yep. Try our Nacho Radio's Solid.