January 25

#213 Today’s Boondoggle- with Steven Rice of KILL RITUAL

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In this episode Bill talks with Steven Rice of the band Kill Ritual.
In this episode we talk about the C0V1D Shitshow, being gifted the guitar in the attic, what Kill Ritual has in common with Megadeth, the Whore of War and why Suck Her Tits are very Metal Lyrics.
We also talk about being a Conservative Atheist, the new album coming out on November 18th, how much Elton John has influenced him, not making it as a pornstar, Rafael Ortegas vision, plus so much more.

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