Radio Werewolf



The Vinyl Solution

Love Conquers All

Songs For The End Of The World

Boots/Witchcraft EP

Bring Me The Head Of Geraldo Rivera! EP

The Lightning And The Sun

The Fiery Summons


The 8/8/88 Rally held at San Francisco’s Strand Theater marked a bridge between the first and second phase of Radio Werewolf in that it was the only RW performance at which departing co-founder and drummer Evil Wilhelm performed on the same stage as Zeena, who would soon become the co-director of Radio Werewolf, responsible for 50% of the ensemble’s musical content and the entirety of its graphic and artistic presentation. Zeena Schreck’s compositions, performance, and graphic design on Radio Werewolf’s 1989 ambient ritual music EP The Lightning and the Sun marked her official entry as Radio Werewolf’s Co-Director. She also served as Co-Director with Nikolas Schreck, of the Werewolf Order, a magical and ecological initiatory circle which evolved from the earlier Radio Werewolf Youth Party. The Werewolf Order transcended the limiting music scene, releasing Schreck’s 1989 documentary film Charles Manson Superstar and the later Germania: Theory of Ruins. The band Endura’s Christopher Walton hailed Radio Werewolf’s European phase for “simultaneously pre-empting and giving birth to the dark-ambient and ritual-industrial scene of the 1990’s.” This most prolific period of Radio Werewolf’s ritual operations began with the recording and release of The Fiery Summons, (essentially a Nikolas Schreck solo album). The first recorded collaboration between Zeena and Nikolas was the EP The Lightning and The Sun, a dark ambient tone poem, the apocalyptic Songs for the End of the World, recorded with Kirby, a pure ritual music EP entitled Bring Me The Head of Geraldo Rivera, the mocking and self-parodying Witchcraft/Boots: A Tribute to the Sinatras and RW’s epic swan song Love Conquers All. All of Radio Werewolf’s albums were released by German label Gymnastic Records. From 1990-1993, Radio Werewolf toured only in Europe, and were based in Vienna, Austria, where percussionist Christophe D. and viola player Vladimir Rosinski joined the group. Radio Werewolf’s last performance open to the general public was held at Zurich, Switzerland’s historic Kaufleute Hall on December 30, 1991 and was billed as The Zurich Experiment. A Video Werewolf release of the same name was released in 1992. Zeena and Nikolas Schreck continued to operate the Werewolf Order until 1999, but ended the Radio Werewolf aspect of this activity in 1993. In 2011, the vinyl RW EPs released in the 80s and 90s and two previously unreleased tracks were re-released in 2011 on the final official Radio Werewolf recording The Vinyl Solution.