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Sixth Episode of The Flaming Skull Podcast Online

Once again India's India's first and only enhanced podcast "The Flaming Skull Podcast" releases it's 6th episode, which in fact is a special episode according to the metalheads behind this Podcast.

Malcolm Soans and Roydon Bangera commented - "We talk about ‘the global village’ everyday. But the question we ask here is do we know our neighbours? Today, we want to talk about our sub-continent- India and our neighbours. Like any nice neighbourhood we get friendly, we get hostile but that’s all in a day’s work. We are in every sense next door to every country around us and we were thinking…just thinking..May be its time we get to know our neighbours better and we should start the initiative to that.

The flaming skull podcast is a download-able radio show dedicated to the promotion of metal bands. TFS is just any other form of entertainment media, but in our path we ended up finding our cause. To be honest, TFS never started out thinking beyond spreading good Metal. But as we did that we started realizing that there is more to our sub-continent then what we thought. In the past few months, as we spoke to many metal bands from the Indian sub-continent. We realized we DESERVE a sense of oneness which can in turn support the talent we have. And we cannot be waiting for that to be bestowed upon us. We needed to find our means to achieve that, than wait for it to be given to us. This came to us gradually as through 5 episodes we slowly got to know ‘our neighbors’. Music is a language that has no boundaries, as cliché as it is to quote that we know it is true. Metal genres are no exception to that. We can and we should use it to set aside other boundaries that pull us back.

With the 6th episode of TFS coming out this Saturday we thought we should take this further. On this episode will be featured bands from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan and India. This initiative is not just to vouch for good metal, but to extend our hands out to our brothers and support them. Our medium is metal, we bond over it we respect each other through it and will grow with it to recognize our artist as one’s with an distinct identity.

Global unification, as defined by many people like us, is a very nice thing... you are talking about the Internet, you are talking about cell phones, and you are talking about computers. This doesn't affect two-thirds of the people of the world. Why? Simply because having it does not imply we are using it well. We are TRYING to work on this. We are not here for meaningless propaganda, we have a aim in mind which we wanted to share with you. So if you can do tune into the 6th episode of The flaming skull podcast at http://tfspodcast.blogspot.com/ on 26th of September. Support the metal scene, Support your sub-continent.

Destroy our countries borders for we are one, together we stand as the united metal nations"

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