In which the DJ wonders why we can’t have nice things…like in a Star Trekian Utopia.
In which the DJ does his best James Tiberius Kirk in honor of Trek!
In which the DJ makes a fool out of himself impersonating Korn’s Jonathan Davis if he’d succumbed to the Mengele Virus.
In which the DJ urges everyone to take a moment from survival to enjoy a bit of fun. Remember fun?
In which the DJ dons his soap-box shoes and asks the Zombie Radio Nation who the immigrants are now.
In which the DJ discusses his latest ink job.
In which the DJ proposes a new game that could well save us all from the gaping maw of the undead.
In which the DJ goes off on the idea of radicalization and what it now means in the face of the apocalypse.
In which the DJ reminds us that the undead come in every color, every race, every sexuality…and, at their core, they only want one thing.
In which the DJ receives a threat from a Thelemite.
In which the DJ receives a letter from an abused woman who let the apocalypse save her life.
In which the DJ posits that punk will be the genre to help pull us from the new world nightmare.
In which the DJ gets a phone call from The Last Casket and everyone’s favorite proprietor from the Great White North…Toque.
In which the DJ wonders what post-apocalyptic therapy will be like. Mu. Ha. AHHHHHHHH!
In which the DJ hearkens back to a better time and goes a wee bit crazy.
In which the DJ finds the silver lining hiding within the filthy, dank cloud of the apocalypse.
In which the DJ receives a call that takes a slightly unexpected turn.
In which the DJ hears a rap, rap, rapping at his door. This episode of Zombie Radio features the Louisville death metal band, Sadistic Creator.
In which the DJ reminds us we cannot become complacent in the face of the apocalypse.
In which the DJ does a spot of role playing as he wonders what it would be like if a zombie attached an Irishman.