Folklore: The Beginning – A Playlist

Folklore: The Beginning is a horror adventure. There are homages to Evil Dead, Supernatural, IT by Stephen King, Poltergeist, and other pop culture phenomenon. My initial gut instinct was that this book had a rock soundtrack, but it was more than that. It clearly had one spanning decades of rock, from AC/DC to Gojira. Below is the playlist that I compiled and listened to while creating the first in the trilogy about Watts and Vic.

  1. Dead and Bloated by Stone Temple Pilots
  2. Epic by Faith No More
  3. Open Your Eyes by Guano Apes
  4. Cemetary Gates by Pantera
  5. Carnivore by Starset
  6. Crazy by Mushroomhead
  7. Evil Walk by AC/DC
  8. Fell on Black Days by Soundgarden
  9. From the Pinnacle to the Pit by Ghost
  10. Heathens by Twenty One Pilots
  11. The Heresy by Mushroomhead
  12. Lost in the Shadows by Lou Gramm
  13. My Demons by Starset
  14. Nightmare by Tuesday Knight
  15. Red Skies by The Fixx
  16. The Regulator by Clutch
  17. Square Hammer by Ghost
  18. Suspiria by Goblin
  19. Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics
  20. They Only Come At Night by Dance with the Dead
  21. Into the Storm by Gojira
  22. Montagues and Capulets from Romeo & Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev
  23. Sonne by Rammstein

Which song is your favorite? Do you have a song you would recommend for this book?

Published by Shanna Robillard

Wife to a northern man, mother to a four-legged beastie, and a lover of crystals and gems, vampires, fantasy, and creating stories! Shanna Robillard is the author of Beyond the Shadows, SpellCast from Darkness, and Against the Coming Dark (the Beyond the Shadows trilogy), as well as A Tale by Moonlight and The Seven Lives of May Levesque.

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