The Armageddon Chord

Deep beneath the Egyptian sands, an ancient, evil song written in hieroglyphics is discovered in the long lost, buried pyramid of the demonic pharaoh, Aknaseth. It is written that if this song is performed for the world to hear, it will unleash the Apocalypse upon the world of man, and Sethis—known commonly as Satan—will reign and grant immortality to the chosen. More

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About Jeremy Wagner

Author Jeremy Wagner has written lyrics to hundreds of songs spanning several albums with his international death-metal band, Broken Hope. Mutilated and Assimilated, Broken Hope’s last album, has been hailed as their finest work to date. Wagner and the band continue to tour with Wagner writing new music and lyrics.

Wagner’s been published in numerous periodicals and has also published various works of short fiction with major and independent publishers such as: Perseus Books, St. Martin’s Press, Bantam, Ravenous Romance and others. His published works include the best-selling debut novel, The Armageddon Chord, Which peaked at #4 in Barnes & Noble’s Top 10 "paperback" Bestseller List and peaked at #9 on B&N’s Top 100 overall Bestseller List in the first week of release. TAC also earned a Hiram Award, a first-round ballot Stoker Award Nomination, and received critical acclaim in Publisher's Weekly and Rolling Stone magazine among many other worldwide magazines, television, and popular culture entities.

Wagner’s new novel, Rabid Heart was published in October 2018 via the Afraid imprint of Riverdale Avenue Books. Rabid Heart won the 2018 Bronze Award from the Independent Publisher Book Awards (the IPPY’s) as a horror ebook, and has received major praise in Publisher's Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, Rue Morgue Magazine, and is nominated for a Splatterpunk Award for "Best Novel."

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