WSOU Presents: This Week in Metal History, January 14th, 2019


Seton Hall University’s WSOU radio is the only all-metal, all-the-time station currently broadcasting in the U.S., and has been a force in metal for DECADES. It’s also streamable online from anywhere in the world!

Welcome back to This Week in Metal History! Each week the students who run WSOU put together a quick video taking a look back at significant events that happened in the metal world this same week in years past. In our latest episode we look back at Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” hitting #1 on the U.K. charts, Axl Rose’s stalker who believed he was trying to communicate with her via telepathy, and the death of Motorhead’s Fast Eddie Clarke. Reminisce with us below!

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