The DJ ponders how small the world has come and how the apocalyptic-inspired shrinkage of the planet has forced us to leave behind the trappings of hatred. Purchase the music by Niyaz (featured in today’s Zombie Radio) from Amazon here. Continue reading
One of the most evil words in the English language is adulthood — or so the Zombie Radio DJ says. How has the apocalypse saved us from becoming cogs in the machine of hate? For those more visually inclined, here’s Continue reading
In which the DJ gets a call proclaiming the apocalypse was the best thing for mankind. Do you agree?
A listener sends in a recording of someone transforming into one of the undead. What would you do if you were infected by the Mengele Virus?
That’s right, even the apocalypse has a few silver linings.
The DJ posits the question as to whether or not mankind are truly survivors with the help of a new kitty. The kitty to the right? That is Wooky. She’s not afraid of zombies. Hell no. She laughs in the Continue reading
In which the DJ discusses a living hell for the ignorant among us.
In which the DJ reads off a few top ten lists for the end of the world.
In which the DJ reads off some tips to help you survive the apocalypse. Today’s Zombie Radio entry includes music by The Brittnees. Check ‘em out on Facebook. Like a modern B-52s. Bio: The Brittnees are a rock band from Berlin, Continue reading
In which the DJ reads poems by super fans Pauline Soden and Heather Rick.
The DJ wonders, when the movie of Zombie Radio is made, who would play him?
The DJ receives a mysterious message that inspires a bit of a rant and a call out to the freaks and misfits across the globe.
The DJ ruminates on the idea of what his post-apocalyptic super power would be.
The DJ gets a surprise audio file from Dr. Lindsay Godwin.
In which the DJ dons his shoes with soles made of soapbox and wonders what culture will arise from the ashes of the Mengele Virus.
In which the DJ receives a call from a man directly responsible for the creation of The Mengele Virus.
The DJ returns (Thank God!) from his quest for coffee and after discovering a rather bleak landscape.
In which the DJ deals with certain doom.
The DJ ponders zombies in the 80s.
The DJ ponders a new possibility for the Afterlife, thanks to Apocalypse.