RAGE WOLF – Grimdark Magazine

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My story RAGE WOLF (a story of THE IRON WOLVES) was published recently by Grimdark Magazine, which I’m totally thrilled about: I’m getting back into the groove of writing after a two-year hiatus. My good friend, bruv and super talented musical maestro Rob Shedwick (aka Digital Front) composed an album called FOUND IN MACHINES which I listened to whilst writing, and which certainly set the tone of the story (links below). After reading an early draft, Rob then beavered away composing a thrilling action tune to accompany Dek’s ascent of The Red Tower in RAGE WOLF – and you can hear it here in all it’s g(l)ory: The Red Tower, by Rob Shedwick – https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/the-red-tower

Painted Mannequins sets the opening tone of the story. You can hear it here:

https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/painted-mannequins

Then, New Doll, Sick Doll and Doll’s Burial all further compliment the story, and are awesome pieces of music in their own right. Check them out!!

https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/new-doll

https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/sick-doll

https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/dolls-burial

A little while ago TOR published three of my novellas, A Song For No Man’s Land, The Iron Beast and Return of Souls. Rob composed a track to accompany them, which can be heard here. Go Rob!!! https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/a-song-for-no-mans-land

And finally, if you haven’t already, you can get Grimdark Magazine here:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Grimdark-Magazine-Issue-Andy-Remic-ebook/dp/B07MQP1176

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