VIDEOS [interviews, performances, podcasts]

Strange Tales Weekly featured Majungas on August 22, 2019 for a 54 minute episode covering details around their latest Ancient Aliens albums, as well as other strange topics. Mike and Max also perform!

Mike Gentile explains the theory of Panspermia and how it applies to Ancient Aliens and the Ancient Astronaut Theory, then he performs an unplugged version of the song with the help of Max "Cherry" Dombrowski, who helped record the song and album! This interview and performance took place at the On Track studio for their 14th season.

Back on the On Track (Season 14) episode, Mike Gentile shares his inspiration for the song TRAPPIST-1, Can You Hear Me? off the Ancient Astronaut Theory album, then performs an unplugged version with the help of Max "Cherry" Dombrowski.

Mike Gentile and Max "Cherry" Dombrowski dive right into performing People Come From Mars off the Ancient Astronaut Theory album. The subject matter of the song speaks to Dr. John Brandenburg's theory that an ancient alien race one inhabited Mars, and were ultimately wiped out due to a nuclear attack.

Mike drops in with the gang from The Fringe FM's Shift Happens Podcast to chat about Ancient Aliens inspired music albums

"Ancient Astronaut Theory" and "Charioteer Through Wormholes"

In this 2 hour feature, G.G. Rabbit from Shift Happens Podcast  talks with Mike about everything that went into the making of the

"Ancient Astronaut Theory" album.

Matt Canon directed this music video short for the song Tame The Beast, off our debut album Hear the Roar. It's a shame they cut out the solo....Majungas was a band during this time period, featuring Andy Palmer Cox (Drums) and Matt Bancroft (Guitar).

Mike Gentile headed to the On Track Studio in 2016 for a solo acoustic performance. During the introductory interview, things got creepy when an unsuspecting visitor arrived, prompting Mike to play Beware of the Creeper, a track off Majungas' debut album Hear the Roar.

The original members of Majungas perform an unplugged version of their self-titled song Majunga, back in 2014. The song Majungas was recorded on their debut album "Hear the Roar." The song and bizzare story of Majunga, which is shortened from the dinosaur Majungasaurus, resonated with the band so much that they ultimately named themselves after it. 

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