A Public Service Announcement from Zombie Radio

Hold on to your butts everyone, the Zombie Radio DJ has some very important information for every survivor of the Mengele Virus. After the podcast, continue watching the video for a new apocalypse survival video tip. It’s time to get Continue reading

The meme’s the thing

The Zombie Radio DJ discusses memes — starting with the meme of all memes — and calls out for people to call in and share a new type of meme…the audio meme. Die So Fluid’s Suck Me Dry, from their Continue reading

A sniff of Hewlett Fen-Chang

The Zombie Radio DJ gets a call from zombie survivor Hewlett Fen-Chang with some interesting thoughts on how to survive the zombie apocalypse. After the broadcast, watch the Zombie Survival Tip video. About Paul Loh (creator of the Hewlett Fen-Chang Continue reading

Twas the Night Before Crimmus

The Zombie Radio DJ whips up a poem to the “tune” of Twas the Night Before Christmas. Zombie Radio Style! To the Zombie Radio Nation — I wish you the happiest of holidays. May your life be filled with light Continue reading

It’s a wonderful…apocalypse

George Bailey invades Zombie Radio. Who could ask for more?

The weather outside is…

UNDEAD! The DJ says to keep warm as the Winter storm hits and to be thankful for the miracle of electricity! And for those that just can’t get enough of the Zombie Radio DJ — here’s the video session with Continue reading

The disappearance of hatred

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

Godzilla, King of the undead nation

The Zombie Radio DJ has the solution for a very apocalyptic problem. As a bonus, watch our favorite DJ slip off air and have a bit of a break down before he has to get back into the big funky. Continue reading

Undead lovin’

The Zombie Radio DJ gets a call from Steve-O who drops the new world order “N” word — Necrophelia. That’s right, we’re talkin’ Zombie Lovin’. For those who’d prefer a visual treat, watch the podcast here. For those with more Continue reading

Zombie Cat

Meow! The Zombie Radio DJ ponders why the Mengele Virus hasn’t reached our animal pals.

Apocalyptic equality

The DJ goes off on how the Walking Dead illustrates poor equality between men and women.

Grow Up

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

Zombie Poetry

That’s right, the DJ drops some P-Bombs on the Zombie Radio Nation. Wrap that ascot around your neck and enjoy. For those visually inclined, here is the video version. Prefer the high-quality, stereo-rama, audio version? Click the Play button below.

The circle of unlife

Could Elton John write the song “The Circle of Unlife”? The DJ ponders this and more. Spotlight on Kitty in a Casket’s new hit, Kreepsville 666. Make sure to support Indie artists and purchase a copy of Kitty in a Continue reading

A little faith twerking

The DJ zig zags his way into discussing faith. And for those more visual inclined, below is the GoPro filmed video of said podcast! Enjoy.

Zombie-themed Top Fives

The DJ tosses off some zombie-themed top five lists and gives some love to his favorite holiday, Halloween. And for those who’d prefer the video version, enjoy below!

Was the Apocalypse a good thing?

In which the DJ gets a call proclaiming the apocalypse was the best thing for mankind. Do you agree?

A transformation recorded

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?

The prophet Romero

In which the DJ expounds on the fact that THERE ARE ZOMBIES OUT THERE and maybe the next iteration of man will be mutants.

Making Sense

In which the DJ attempts to wrap his mind around the lyrics of the Cocteau Twins. Sample more of Andrew Thompson’s work here.