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Necrocasticon, where we blend horror fiction with heavy metal. Each week we’ll find a common link between a horror property and heavy metal music and talk about it. Our esteemed panel of experts in the field of metal and all things that are scary includes our host and moderator; fledgling horror writer, veteran podcaster and internet journalist Token Tom Clark, musician Maxx Axe, and horror fan Smoking Walt Hades. Not to mention, each week we’ll feature special guests from the worlds of hard rock music and the horror genre!

Nov 23, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving and welcome to volume 6 6 6 chapter 30 of the Necrocasticon, where we blend horror and heavy metal for your pleasure, and ours!

Nate Carson from Witch Mountain joins the guys this week to talk metal, and it’s a fun interview you don’t want to miss. Walt reviews the latest pandemic covers, and he...

Nov 16, 2020

This week we remember Ken Hensley, the songwriting force behind classic metal band Uriah Heep.

But that’s not all. We also talk to the former head writer of Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Dan Murphy about his new book, a horror novel called The Thing In The Water.

Plus the guys review a bunch of music for you this week,...

Nov 9, 2020

We’ve got a fantastic interview with the guy who created the Final Destination franchise, Jeffrey Reddick.

His directorial debut, Don’t Look Back, is getting noticed. You don’t want to miss this interview with the man Tom calls the Gay Jordan Peele.

Then we dip into the well that is the 80’s for a revelation...

Nov 2, 2020

This week we interview the director and writer of THEY REACH, Sylas Dall, along with his young stars, Mary Madelyn Roe and Eden Campbell.

We also remember Sean Connery, Dan reviews They Reach in Wrestler vs. B-movie, Mr. Scott reacts to the season premiere of The Mandalorian, Skip warms up the caboose, and Tom gives...

Oct 30, 2020

Welcome to a very special Necrocasticon Presents: You’ve Got To Be <redacted> Kidding, where we debunk conspiracy theories cos, well, science is real, mmkay? It’s Halloween weekend, and what better way to celebrate the pagan holiday than with folklore. And the biggest, and baddest of all the folklore cryptoids is...