Rock 'n' Roll Is Dead: Dark Tales Inspired by Music

Rock n Roll Is Dead Dark Tales Inspired by Music Reviews Editor Marc Ciccarone has assembled an entertaining set of shorts in a range of styles as diverse as their musical counterparts Rue Morgue Issue Quite possibly Blood Bound Books may do s

  • Title: Rock 'n' Roll Is Dead: Dark Tales Inspired by Music
  • Author: Marc Ciccarone G. Winston Hyatt Marc Sorondo Natalie L. Sin Neil Willis Belen Lopez David Renfrow Chris Samson
  • ISBN: 9780984540846
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reviews.Editor Marc Ciccarone has assembled an entertaining set of shorts in a range of styles as diverse as their musical counterparts Rue Morgue, Issue 114 Quite possibly, Blood Bound Books may do some great things if they keep this up Dark MarketsWe are proud to announce that Rock N Roll is Dead received 4 honorable mentions in Ellen Datlow s Best HorrorReviews.Editor Marc Ciccarone has assembled an entertaining set of shorts in a range of styles as diverse as their musical counterparts Rue Morgue, Issue 114 Quite possibly, Blood Bound Books may do some great things if they keep this up Dark MarketsWe are proud to announce that Rock N Roll is Dead received 4 honorable mentions in Ellen Datlow s Best Horror of the Year 2011 G Winston Hyatt, Rex McGuire, Belen Lopez, and Natalie L Sin It s unanimous, if you haven t checked this book out yet, you need to Blood Bound Books presents an anthology of horror music Get ready to rock with the set list from hell 24 deep tracks guaranteed to leave your ears ringing Each story either deals with music directly or was inspired by songs in one form or another G Winston Hyatt strikes a deep chord with all metal heads in his story End of the Line, Nathan Crowder examines the price of fame in The Invitation and asks the reader is it better to burn out or fade away Find out what happens to a young drummer lucky enough to buy the drum set of his favorite musician in Trap Set, and walk down the nightmarish streets of a concrete jungle know only as The City This is a Blood Bound Books style concert, so crank it up cause rock will never be the same.

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    1. I have a full review of this at The Horror Review. I had the opportunity to read this before it came out. These are some very innovative takes on rock songs (lyrics, themes)--some are quite frightening and disturbing and all well written.

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