People on the Show

People on the Show

These are the people who you will hear on The Last Exit for the Lost. Some of them are there almost every week, some once every few months, but they are all part of the show...

Seriah Azkath - Your Host

394192 10100514521446695 414202 49461488 685848865 nSeriah took the reins of the show back in 1994. It was The Metal Cage when he took over, and he changed it to The Last Exit for the Lost within a year or two. He did that to make the name of the show better represent the diversity that he wanted to create on the show. Although the show will always have a Metal core, he said he wanted to have a show where he could play Mercyful Fate, Overkill, Laibach, The Sisters of Mercy, Fields of the Nephilim, and whatever else he felt like throwing in, without seeming out of format. Seriah also hosts Where Did the Road Go?, co-hosts The Metallic Onslaught, , and every month or so, hosts a Dealer's Choice Show. He has a dry, if slapstickish sense of humor, like to prank his co-hosts and guests, loves the paranormal and occult, and tries to create a show that is unlike anything else on the air anywhere. Musically, he is partial to female fronted bands, thrash, old-school death metal, dark music, dissonence, and comedy music. He also loves just plain weird music sometimes. Seriah is also extremely supportive of underground and local bands. The name, The Last Exit for the Lost comes from one of his favorite bands, Fields of the Nephilim. It's the final song on their second album. You can find Seriah's Facebook here, feel free to follow or add him as a friend. 


EVDE.V.D., which stands for Evil Villainous Dude, or Electric Vodka Dude originally, or, really, whatever you want it to stand for. His first show with us was September 11, 2005. He took a break for a few years from around mid-2011 till mid-2014. Now he's back as one of our most regular co-hosts. EVD loves to torment some of our other co-hosts, Just Joe and Dave in particular, and loves science. He is also rather fond of puns and bad jokes. Musically, his taste is all over the place. He's sort of the mad scientist of the show...


NathanNathan has only been with us since our We Love Satan Easter show 2015. The youngest regular member of The Last Exit, also revealed to be a Bronie. Despite this, Nathan has fit in quite nicely, he has a great range of tastes and interests, musically and otherwise. He is also adept at running a video camera and sound board and makes a fantastic addition to the show. He's also a fan of outdated technology, and seems to be rather witty...


ArydArydaea is mostly in the background by her own choice. Occasionally she joins us on the air, and she usually runs the camera when mayhem breaks out. Arydaea has an artwork and modelling site on DeviantArt, and often helps keep the show running smooth. Her musical tastes are more melodic and electronic, although very diverse. There is a strange rumor that she really loves Deicide... You can also find her on Facebook.

Crappy the Clown

CrappyCrappy the Clown is the most irregular co-host possible. His comings and goings are completely random. He is a local legend, and used to perform with Stool (featuring Crappy the Clown) and Punch Drunk Monkeys. Now he does mostly solo performances. You can find some of all of that on our YouTube Channel. Sometimes Crappy has some alter ego's that show up now and again. You can also find him at his website. He has also claimed one of the WVBR bathroom's as his winter residence. He has also been known to stand on the balcony and sing songs to passerby's.

As of 2015 Crappy has been showing up more often, and with a host of other personalities coming out of him. The most common is Mr. Linda, the sad downtrodden husband of Linda who often cries in Walmart parking lots before coming to the show. 

Just Joe Wingdingboatbottom I

Just Joe has been a part of The Last Exit since November of 2003. Once a very regular co-host, due to other factors in his life, he is now there usually bi-monthly. Just Joe has been through a lot on the show. He is kind of the jack of all trades, and sometimes court jester. Joe is a fantastic camera man, often runs the sound board when we have bands play live, and is Seriah's go-to guy. He also tends to have his crazy, or stupid, moments, and bad things happen. He's also very afraid of spiders... and jelly beans. Joe is also our resident monkey at times. The varied stuff that Joe has gone through on the show, both good and bad, is simply beyond the belief of anyone who has not been witness to it. Joe's musical taste is diverse, but he loves underground and local bands, and is fond of female fronted bands as well. 

Just Joe


R.J. (Randy Mawhiney)


We call Randy, RJ, to avoid confusion with The Metallic Onslaught's Randy. RJ was the vocalist to Thirteen South, does some vocals for Bloodsnot now and again, and is always looking for new opportunities to play live with bands. He is one of the most energetic front-men you will ever see, even in Death Metal. RJ loves a lot of music, and is very supportive of the local music scene. We believe he is also completely crazy, but that just makes him fit in all the better. RJ has been with the show on and off since he came to the area in mid-2013. 

Tim and Olivia (Undead Messengers)

Tim and Olivia

Tim and Olivia originally came up with their band Undead Messengers in August of 2014. They came back somewhat regularly ever since, sometimes with other band members as well. Olivia is a fan of Symphonic Metal, and Tim likes all kinds of stuff. Tim is often quiet, but is more than willing to take an active role in events on the show. Their band has performed live in studio a couple of times as well.

Tim Binder

Tim2Tim is a regular on the show when he is in the area. He spends the better portion of the year in L.A. promoting bands, movies, and working in the entertainment industry in general. He has previously worked for Victory Records and Century Media Records and still hosts the Century Media Podcast. Beyond that, Tim LOVES romantic comedies, Glam, and Hard Rock. He despises action movies and Sci-Fi, but for some reason likes traditional slasher type horror movies.  He's a bit of a puzzle at times, but is a great addition to the show when he visits!


EricEric first came to the show December 11, 2011 with his band Ire Clad. We invited him back and by mid-2012 he was more or less a regular. Eric is a real life version of an internet troll. The things that come out of his mouth tend to either shock or amuse, or disgust, depending on how you take it and your sense of humor. Eric is also partially responsible for Seriah starting Where Did the Road Go?. Being a big fan of Coast to Coast and fairly well versed in fringe topics, Seriah and Eric did an entire Last Exit discussing such topics, and got a great response. These topics still get discussed here and there, especially when Eric is on the show. He is also tough as a rhino, but likes to bond with Tim over their love of romantic comedies. Don't try and understand, just go with it...  Eric particularly loves any music that's Brutal. 

Dave Gee

DaveDave has been on the show since March 31, 2007. He has never really been a regular, he pops in and out at random. He and Just Joe make a great team, or a terrible team, depending on how you look at it. Dave is our funny fat guy, and funny he is. Oh, and fat. In a jolly sort of way. He does have this splinter personality called Super Dave, who is actually sort of tough and talks like a cross between the Macho Man and Hulk Hogan. It can be confusing, especially to Dave. Dave loves a lot of different types of music, but Death Metal seems to be his first love...

Dave is also. for some reason, afraid of puppets, and occasionally trees.

Justin (AKA 12 Inch)

JustinWe aquired Justin on April 12, 2015. He is a DJ at WVBR that Azkath ran into who happened to like Old School Metal, so he convinced him he should come out to The Last Exit. Although Justin likes a variety of Metal, he is especially partial to 70's and 80's Classic Rock and Metal. 

He got the nickname 12 Inch at some point because Nathan said he loves 12 Inch (referring to records) just as Justin walked into the studio, so we misunderstood that to mean Justin WAS 12 Inch. We have had fun with gentalia jokes ever since...

Randy (MetalWulf)

RandyOften are said the words, "Poor Randy." Randy is a regular co-host of The Metallic Onslaught who visits the Last Exit now and again, especially on certain shows. Bad things have a tendency to happen to him, but he comes back for more... He has died during We Love Satan shows, often gets possessed by Satan, has horrified us during the No Pants Day show, has been mummified for his 50th birthday, and much more. Randy has very diverse taste in Metal. At one point he also believed himself to be a Werewolf...


RickRick is a regular co-host for The Metallic Onslaught. He visits us now and again, and has also been used as an enforcer of sorts at times. Rick loves the heaviest of Metal!


SlothThe Sloth is one of the oldest co-hosts on The Last Exit for the Lost. He was first on air way back in 1994. One of the earliest shows we still have in the archive can be heard with Sloth. He has been with us off and on the whole time, but not frequently as he is slow. He's a funny guy, in a lot of ways. He's also a little disturbing. Sloth loves all kinds of Metal and more Gothic music.

The Almighty Monkey

MonkeyThe Almighty Monkey is one of the oldest co-hosts on the show, first appearing back in 1994 or 1995, but has only appeared twice since the turn of the century. He will however chime in from time to time during the broadcast via text. He long ago earned the title Almighty Monkey by, well, being a Monkey. Trust us. You don't want  to know. He loves 80's and 90's Metal, from Glam to Thrash. He especially loves Overkill. 

Darryl (Undead Messengers)

DarrylDarryl is the guitar player for Undead Messengers, and a fairly regular co-host on the show often coming up with Tim and Olivia. Darryl is also very interested in the Paranormal...


KalKal started out as a regular in our chat room many years ago when he was merely 13 or 14. He did some on air bits with us over the phone, and eventually made it up to the station years later. I believe his first visit was our Zombie Apocalypse Show. Kal is big on video games, and really not as into Metal as the rest of us, but likes more Electronic and Industrial music. 

Rob (Thirteen South)

RobRob is the bass player for Thirteen South, Chamber Law, and has played in a bunch of other bands. He stops in to see us now and again and loves all kinds of music.