Since 2006, Radioactive Metal (aka RAM) has been your source for news, views, and interviews!
In it’s humble beginnings, RAM was a monthly podcast that featured discussions between it’s hosts and some occasional guests. It was one of the first ever podcasts that was all about Heavy Metal. Through hard work and a commitment to bring it’s listeners the best metal content on the internet, RAM caught the ear of internet rock station Pure Rock Radio. The show has been airing on PRR every Thursday night since 2009!
In 2010, original host Snowy White enlisted Roch Vaillancourt to be part of the show, making his official debut on Episode 101. With the addition of Roch, RAM expanded it’s reach again and entered the social media world.
Securing artist interviews also became a priority. The list of RAM interview subjects is a long and star studded affair. You will find unsigned bands, hardcore legends, death metal luminaries, thrash titans, and everything else in between!
In 2012, RAM entered the concert photography pits and expanded it’s reach even more. This afforded more opportunities for interviews and the chance to cover big events.
Snowy and Roch enlisted the talents of Coreen Jansen in June 2014 after a random encounter at a Carcass show. A quick conversation convinced the guys that she had the passion, talent, and intestinal fortitude to not take their crap and join the ranks of RAM. Coreen brings the female perspective of being a Metalhead, and being the same age as the guys’ own daughters, she brings a lot of energy and a different mindset to all the discussions.
In October 2016, RAM expanded even more with the addition of Aaron Griffith as an official co-host. Aaron comes with a lot of experience, hosting his own music gear podcast (Signal to Noise) and having worked with pod-friends Iron City Rocks for many years. Being a musician since his teens, he brings yet another dimension to discussions and interview.
So take a few minutes to look around, check out the pictures, and listen to a few episodes! Drop us a line and tell us what you think. Better yet, give a call and leave a voicemail at 321-804-3289.