(NEW Syndication Oct)
The Full Armor of God Broadcast welcomes Davis Ellefson (Megedeth) & Tim Lambesis (As I Lay Dying & Austrian Death Machine) as it begins a NEW season of syndicated broadcasting this October! See FullArmorRadio.com for a list of radio affiliates. Call us on THE LIVE LINE (702.967.9025) to hear FREE updates!
Full Armor of God CHROME welcomes the original “Juke Box Hero” of the band Foreigner, Mr Lou Gramm joins us to pay tribute to the Armed Forces and talk about The Lou Gramm Band this October! See FullArmorRadio.com for a list of radio affiliates. Call us on THE LIVE LINE (702.967.9025) to hear or receive FREE updates!
Also Back by popular demand, The Full Armor of God Platinum Edition returns as the NEW season begins in October!
(Current daily shows)
Listen to The Full Armor of God Broadcast 5 days a week! “All Request” Mon – Fri 9pm(EST)/6pm(Pac) ONLY on FuelRadio.FM!
Listen to Full Armor of God CHROME 5 days a week! “All Request” Mon – Fri 9pm(EST)/6pm(Pac) ONLY on The Refinery Rock Radio (TheRefineryRock.com)!
(other)
The Full Armor of God Broadcast’s Kuba “The Demon Slayer” is participating in a 3 mile Walk to Defeat ALS in Atlanta Ga Nov. 6th in memory the of childhood friend Tom Ruppert (Cleveland, Oh) and in honor of fellow broadcaster David Garrison (Master’s Metal Podcast). If you want to donate or to find a “Walk to Defeat ALS” in your town, see ALSA.org for details.
Christian Ghost Busters?? That’s right! The Full Armor of God Broadcast’s  Kuba “The Demon Slayer” and Wretched of Grave Robber have joined forces in Full Armor of God TASK FORCE a Biblically based ministry to address the rising interest in ghost hunting reality shows (oxmoron). Originally scheduled to release a pilot episode in July, that has been delayed in order to work with a new producer to be announced later. See FullArmorRadio.com/taskforce for details.

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Drones

Droning On

The world came to a halt in 2020, but London-based Drones trudged on, giving a voice to the hurt that circulates with (or without) a pandemic: "You shouldn’t underestimate the power of writing things down or literally speaking them out loud, which I’m learning. I’m glad I made these songs, no matter how personal they are."

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