Brian " necromancer" Dearth
owner operator and deejay here at Ripper Radio , musician,artist , designer toy modifier ,steampunk artist, music and movie collector just to name a few your host for the Ripper Podcast , Ripper Radio TV and the MAD ROBOT GALLERY THEATER .
host of the Pulse beat radio show Pulsebeat is a new released based punk, alt. whatever show broadcasting on Global Punk Radio (UK), Maximum Threshold Radio (USA), Woody Radio (Canada), Podunk Radio (USA) & Radio Lantau (Hong Kong). and of course here on ripper radio Fridays at 8pm est. I'am the Founder member of Doctor and the Crippens and Brainless. Started the Global Punk Network and Global Punk Radio shows to promote new music. Pulsebeat has been running since Febuary 2016 and is a new release based show focusing on punk, garage, hardcore and alternative new releases. Currently broadcasting on 6 stations across the globe am happy to be part of the Ripper Radio Family.
host of the CHURCH OF METAL SHOW SUNDAYS AT 5pm est and the Ripper Radio top ten bands of the week show Fridays at 7 pm est dark mistress of metal brings the heavy with attitude to Ripper Radio
Vivien / dr necrox
host of the Anarchy on the Airwaves show Saturdays at 8pm est . also the voice of the Dr Necrox caricature on the Mad Robot Gallery theater show avid punk rock and horror punk fan brings the riot to Ripper Radio every week
YOUR HOST FOR RAVENS NACHTMUSIK SUNDAYS AT 8 PM EST. THE MISSTRESS OF HEAVY METAL BRINGS YOU THE POUND OF FLESH WITH ONLY FLESH AND THE DEMON ATTACK WITH DEMON BOY TUNE IN AND JAM OUT
RAFFAELE " TURMA " BERISIO
LEAD VOCALIST FOR THE ITALIAN METAL BAND " TURMA" AND NEWEST MEMBER OF THE RIPPER RADIO ROSTER YOUR HOST OF METAL EXPLOSION BRINGING YOU THE BEST IN ITALIAN METAL AND BANDS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD EVERY MONDAY AT 9PM GMT IN ITALY AND 3PM EST, IN THE USA. SHOW REPLAYS ON WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
Trevor (trevbot) Jastad
DEAD AIR HARDCORE RADIO
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT S AT 10PM EST, "Dead Air gives you two hours of the best in current hardcore,punk,beatdown,powerviolence and more with host trevbot"
I cut my musical teeth on Black Sabbath’s Vol 4 and had a whale of a time immersing myself in the metal scene during the NWOBHM days. After becoming disillusioned with the effect ‘Hair Metal’ had on the likes of Angel Witch and Witchfynde, where earlier promise was diluted by record labels insisting such bands cater to the American market, I searched for something different and more vibrant. Eventually Metallica came by and ignited my increasingly jaded outlook on the metal scene. For a time, Funeral Doom became my staple diet with the likes of Catacombs and The Funeral Orchestra jamming my turntable. Today, I have never been as diverse, taking in most underground styles such as stoner, sludge, doom, death and thrash metal which is reflected in the Podcasts I play.
Deathrattle evolved from The Shrieks From Below where I took the plunge with starting both a blog and the Podcast, the latter thanks to Vania of Grip Of Delusion Radio who’s initial invite to ‘have a go’ prompted me to do just that. From there I moved to Core Of Destruction Radio until its demise a couple of years ago. Thanks to Clint Willis of Hand Of Doom Radio, Sotos Dalgas of Downtuned Magazine and Radio and subsequently Marcus Greybeard Pruisner of Fuzzheavy, The Deathrattle Podcast is still alive and kicking and ready to spread the underground metal scene gospel!
THE GOLD CROOK
"Diggy Kat has been professionally DJing since 2011, hosting on several different stations as well as winner of the Best Radio DJ Award. His vast knowledge of music, cat like personality and Gemini chattiness always makes for a fun informative time. Based in California, he also loves coffee, cats, the color orange and is the mastermind behind a band called Vufcup."
MONDAYS AND WENSDAYS 11PM EST,
I started down the road to becoming a DJ/Producer/Editor in 2008 when I was finally able to get rid of my dial up internet service for high speed internet service. With dial up internet service I had managed to make Myspace, YouTube, and Facebook pages for my band Voltage with Michael Tiffany, and I had made several thousand friends on these platforms many bands. After I had high speed internet service, I was finally able to look at the music videos of my band friends, and quickly realized that most of the bands had some great videos. I learn how to make a YouTube play list and decided to make it look like a TV show. I created slides with MS Paint and MS Power Point and imported them into MS Movie Maker then outputting them as short video clips. I uploaded the video clips to YouTube and placing them at the beginning and end of the webisodes with some occasionally in the middle with videos from my band friends giving the illusion of a TV show I named Midnight Madness. I made three of these webisodes with about 8 hours of music videos in each one, so began Midnight Madness on the internet.
In 2009 I moved from St. Louis Missouri to Enid Oklahoma, and as I went through the channels of my cable TV, and found a station called KXOK that was looking for new local shows. I contacted them with the idea of Midnight Madness, and they seemed to love the idea, but then they just stopped taking my phone calls. I finally figured out that they went out of business, but after looking at my cable guide I discovered another local station that was also looking for local shows called Pegasys. I joined Pegasys as a producer, and had access to their studios, editing rooms, and field equipment. I began filming local band in Enid, and started traveling to Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and other smaller towns throughout Oklahoma, and even filmed at Rocklahoma. I started receiving music videos from bands from all over the world as Midnight Madness grew in fame, and the videos not only came from local bands, but many very famous bands as well. I began sending copies of the show on disk to my brother in California, and he took them to Comcast Cable that played them on stations in 10 western states. The show became bigger than I ever could have imagined between 2009-2013 with 190 episodes, but like all things it came to an end. My laptop was stolen, and the city council changed Pegasys from a Congressional program to just a local station, so ended Midnight Madness TV.
I attempted to revive Midnight Madness on other TV station or networks, but over the next 6 years I was unsuccessful. I found a band manager in Tulsa that like the idea of Midnight Madness named Lora M. Hunter, and she agreed to help me bring back Midnight Madness in some way. After many false starts we decided to start our own radio station and was working on building the station when in 2018 we were working on graphics for the show moving them back and forth on Messenger when suddenly she said I don’t feel good. I soon learned that she had a heart attack, and a few weeks later she passed away, so rest in peace Lora.
In early 2019 I started producing Midnight Madness Radio, and I would like to thank you for having me on this station. With the connections that I have with bands, managers, PR people, and record companies I am able to bring the listeners mostly new rock/metal music some of which has not been released to the public yet, and it is a true honor to help up and coming bands, and give music fans some great new rock, so thank you one and all.