The End

Dear listeners, supporters, friends and enemies, with heavy heart I have to announce that after Jan 31st 2018 Grip of Delusion will no longer exist. No new music will be added and you will be able to enjoy the weekend schedule on GOD radio by the end of the year, there will be just general rotation after that.

I’ll try to let you know when and where you can listen to our shows and podcasts in the future. Please support the DJ’s because the amount of love and work they put in the shows is enormous and they deserve it.

Thanks for everything!


Quick note and new music uploads

Hey all, just a quick note to everyone who have sent music to our submissions e-mail lately – unfortunately life has been too busy lately to pay the needed attention to the radio and your submissions. Fortunately, there are a couple of more relaxed weeks ahead so all active links will be checked and all fitting music will be added to the station.

Thanks for sticking with Grip to all of you who tune in.

art by Jeremy Famir


Weekend schedule changes

While I was silent a few changes happened in our weekend schedule – The Shrieks From Below and Fistfull of DOOM decided to look for different audience in another station and Baku stopped doing Ten Rupees for personal reasons. Whatever the case, I wish them all good luck. I’ve always said that Grip of Delusion radio has the most amazing DJ’s and podcasters and this hasn’t changed. You can see the current schedule here and make sure you tune in.

Thanks for listening and sticking with us, it is much appreciated! Doom.


Interview with Neil Fallon this weekend on Grip of Delusion radio


This weekend we have a very special feature on the program – an interview with Clutch‘s Neil Fallon. This makes us very happy because Clutch is one of the most rocking rock bands in the world today, you know that?

So tune in this Saturday @8pm EST/ 2am CET or Sunday @4pm EST/ 10pm CET for a repeat.

The interview was conducted in the summer before Clutch’s show in Zagreb and was originally posted this Tuesday on Sofia Live. It is not edited on purpose and you’re going to hear bottles’ rattling, fans taking pictures, people speaking in strange languages and birthday wishes. Special THANK YOU goes to Ivaylo Alexandrov (of the best rawk’n’roll promoter Rawk’n’Roll – the ‘pass-me-that-bottle’ webzine) who allowed us to air this interview.

Listen via TuneIn at in your browser or via TuneIn app on your smartphone or tablet or use winamp, iTunes, vlc or foobar with the stream address: on your PC.


Grip of Delusion radio is alive and streaming 24/7. Tune in!

For some reason Radio Tuna site is down and the player on our site is not working. But fear not,  you can still listen anytime via TuneIn at in your browser or via TuneIn app on your smartphone or tablet or use winamp, vlc or foobar with the stream address: on your PC until we find a solution. Doom on!



Sunday and NEW stream address. Please update your players!

Just a reminder that we have awesome shows scheduled for today, starting with Atom Heart Mutha (Geoff is going to chat with you via the Chat tab on our site) and continuing with two new volumes of Into The Void Radio, new Black Sun of the South, replay of Fistful of DOOM and LIVE broadcast of Doomed & Stoned show.

We are streaming from a new IP address and if you’re listening via Winamp, iTunes or any other desktop or mobile player, it will be better if you update with the new stream address by clicking on this link or on the respective icon at the left side bar.


Weekend schedule and new chat room!

This is this weekend’s schedule and just in case you haven’t noticed we have a chat room – you can access by clicking the Chat tab in the right upper corner and then think of a user name you want to use and press enter. Geoff will be there for you during the Atom Heart Mutha show on Sunday and maybe some other DJs could join during the weekend. Thanks for listening!



Would you like to give us some feedback?

We are having a heart-to-heart talk here in the Grip of Delusion radio crew, discussing things like the appreciation or the ignorance (there is more of this) we get from promo people, labels and bands, the things that discourage us or motivate us to continue.

So I’d like to ask what is it that you, the listener, like and don’t like about us being us? What can we do to improve the experience of listening to the radio and why you would listen music on You Tube instead of any given internet station (because there are other great stations over there, you know). Why would you or would you not recommend us to your friends? I think we need any feedback right at this moment. Please comment here or e-mail me at godrsubmit at gmail dot com.

Thank you!

PS I really don’t like this kind of feminist talk, not that this is so important, but Vania is a female, so are some of the DJ’s. We understand things about heavy music too and can make our own judgment about what is good and what is not. Just saying.


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