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Liquid Metal on Sirius XM Radio

XM Liquid Metal is a heavy metal radio station on Sirius XM Radio. The station was created by the merger of Sirius XM and Hard Attack. It was initially available only through the satellite service and later on XM 48 SquiZZ. In the late 1990s, XM added a few new music channels to its service, including a hard rock station. One of these was Liquid Metal, a dedicated heavy metal channel that featured a variety of well known and lesser known bands.

The best part about Liquid Metal is that it transitions between different subgenres of music very smoothly. For example, Machine Head, a black metal band, made the list, along with Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park. Similarly, Lamb of God, one of the biggest metal names of the past couple of decades, and Megadeth, one of the heaviest hitters of the current generation, made the cut.

The station also boasts a number of other cool features, such as the Corridor of Covers, a playlist of metal covers. Several times a week, the station plays cover songs of famous heavy metal songs. On a more technical note, the show"s slogan is "Heavy Metal for Heavy People." There is also a weekly news segment called the 60 Second Slam. This gives fans a glimpse into the metal world, including interviews with bands and musicians.

Other cool features include a weekly trivia game and a feature called Listener Domination. Essentially, this allows subscribers to choose the most epic heavy metal song of the year and have it play on the station. Voting lasts for a few minutes, and you can vote on 500 songs from the mid-1990s to the early 2000s.

The station is run by Jose Mangin, a native headbanger with an impressive resume. He has worked as a rock radio personality and has appeared in various other shows, including Howard Stern and Raw Dog Comedy. His knowledge of the history of heavy metal is unparalleled. Some of his favorite bands are Metallica, Pantera, and Motley Crue. When Mangin isn"t running the show, he has his hands in several other endeavors, including Octane, a podcast and music magazine, and Hard Files, a series of interviews with bands.

XM"s Liquid Metal is just one of the many XM radio stations that are focused on music. Those who are metalheads will be happy to know that there are a handful of other stations that also have their share of awesome heavy metal content. Those who haven"t signed up for XM"s service can listen for free on their website, or sign up for a free trial. However, if you"re looking for the latest, greatest and greatest music of the moment, you might be better off signing up for Sirius XM"s other channels. Aside from the flagship Liquid Metal, there are four other musical channels: Sirius XM Power, XM Rock, XM Classic Rock and XM Latin. All of these are available to Sirius XM subscribers.