post mortem

The metal community has been waiting for the sophomore album of Black Tide ever since their debut was released. Everyone who was anyone, no matter their opinion of the album, was witness to the nearly limitless potential that Black Tide was harboring. Merely teens at the time of their first release, the band was considered in need of just a little refinement; a few minor tweaks, and Black Tide would join their inspirations (Metallica, Trivium, et al,) in the upper echelons of heavy metal's notoriety.

If there is one thing I love it's a good play on words. Well actually, there's a lot of other things I love more but kids might be reading this site so let's just leave those alone. Luckily for us all though the teaser for FEARnet's new original series "Post Mortem" is chock full of word play thanks to one Mr. Mick Garris. You might know Mick as the main producer on "Masters of Horror", as well as his countless television adaptions of Stephen King material. In the new series he takes time out to sit down with some of horror's biggest names and talk shop.