CJLO 1690AM in Montreal is proud to release Burned In The Oven: Volume 2, their second metal and loud rock compilation, now available for free download at cjlo1690am.bandcamp.com.
Volume two features some of the loudest and hard rocking-est tracks they’ve ever recorded at CJLO. Since this year marks their 20th anniversary, they’ve gone back into their vault and picked some of their favorite tracks from loud artists that have come by and recorded in their in-house recording studio, The Oven.
This compilation is as varied as CJLO’s musical taste, both past and present day. There’s something for everyone in here; the thrash metal of Striker, the punk and grime of Gutser, Indian Handcrafts, and Voltang, the weird spastic electro metal of Genghis Tron, the audio landscapes created by Meinyl or Set and Setting, the wall of noise and fury that is Waingro or just the good old fashioned rock laid down by Heart Attack Kids and Double Experience. There are even some “golden oldies” from the likes of The Bled and Fear Before the March of Flames. They even get a bit softer with the punk dudes from The Motorleague.
1. The Bled – Hotel Coral Essex
2. Voltang – Lunatic Slick
3. Heart Attack Kids – Platonic Love Bomb
4. Indian Handcrafts – Delete Me
5. Striker – Crossroads
6. Waingro – Raleigh
7. Gutser – Encyclopedia Self-Destructica
8. Set and Setting – Acceptance
9. Fear Before the March of Flames – Epic Song
10. Genghis Tron – Endless Teeth
11. Meinyl – Track 11
12. Double Experience – Gambit
13. The Motorleague – North America
Now of course, there are some bands and subgenres missing… specifically yours! If you’re in a band in or coming to the Montreal area that plays metal or hard rock, get in touch. They’re happy to try to have you come in and lay down some tracks. Regardless of your loud leanings, you’re welcome there.
If you want to send them your music to play or want stop by the station, or want more information, feel free to send an email to email@example.com
Burned In The Oven: Volume 1 is still available for download at https://cjlo1690am.
Celebrating it’s 20th anniversary this year, CJLO was formed in 1998 and is Concordia University’s radio station.
For 15 years, since early 2003, CJLO has been streaming 7 days a week and for 10 years, since 2008, the station began broadcasting on 1690 AM throughout the Montreal area with 1000 watts of power, and we can be heard as far as Ottawa and Burlington, Vermont.
One hundred percent non-profit, and run almost entirely by volunteers, the station is located in the heart of the NDG borough of Montreal. We have over eighty DJs spinning for your listening pleasure. Whether you are interested in rock, hip hop, RPM, punk, metal, jazz, world music, or talk programming, CJLO has something for you.
If you’re in Montreal, tune in on 1690AM, and if you’re anywhere else in the world, check us out online at cjlo.com, and on our social media.