The Governor's Ball Spread The Metal Edition featuring Skull Fist

- Aug 31, 2013 at 02:07AM
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Episode Summary: The Governor’s Ball presents a special episode dedicated to the Toronto edition of the Spread The Metal Festival. The Governor, who is the host of this mighty event, is joined for the program by Jackie Slaughter of Toronto’s Skull Fist, plus he’ll be featuring music from the festival line-up.

Also on “Some Sly Advice”, Jackie presents Sly with a medical conundrum.

Spread The Metal Festival:

Featuring Suffocation, Kittie, Skull Fist, Augury, Crimson Shadows, Vesperia, Beheading of a King, Deathpoint, Wretchedpain, and Answer With Metal

Hosted by The Governor from "The Governor's Ball"!!!

All profits to be donated to Kiva.org.

TICKETS: $30 in advance or $35 at the doors
ticketfly.com

Saturday September 7
The Opera House
735 Queen St. East
Toronto, ON

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Since 2005, The Governor's Ball: The "Mighty" Metal and Comedy Show, has brought laughter and headbanging fury to the metal community. Beginning in the bowels of the Toronto community radio and led by the enigmatic character simply known as The Governor, this hilariously violent program has attracted a dedicated and somewhat homicidal fanbase who revelled in The Governor's words and the powerful metal he would spin in every episode.

In early 2008 The Governor escaped the oppressive clutches of futuristic game show hosts and even his own clone and headed to cyberspace. The Governor's Ball now the mighty podcast it is today, attracts thousands of listeners with each episode. Each show is a mighty adventure, featuring headbanging metal tracks, words of wisdom from The Governor and his good friend Sly, along with interviews from the biggest metal stars in the world to local acts bursting on to the Canadian scene.

The Governor’s Ball – Your choice for Arnold Schwarzenegger-themed heavy metal comedy programming since 2005.