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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; author Thomas R Clark, Mr. Scott, Smoking Walt Ball, Sgt Fury Dan Roberts, and Uncle Skip Novak. Not to mention, each week we’ll feature special guests from the worlds of hard rock music and the horror genre in print and on the screen!

Jul 30, 2018

We get freaky as we cross over with our sister podcast, You've Got To Be Kidding and tell you about our favorite scary conspiracy theories in horror and metal.

Skip Novak, Tom's co-host from You've Got To Be Kidding, reviews a documentary, CALLING ALL EARTHLINGS. As a bonus, Skip and Tom talk to the director,...

Jul 23, 2018

It's an EPIC Chapter of the Necrocasticon!

Special guest Dan Walters joins Tom and Scott to talk about his upcoming horror comic book graphic novel series, THE DEVIL WITHIN.

Plus we get into San Diego Comic Con as our very own Head Hauntress, Liz was at the Mecca of Conventions and the Pillars of Fury join us to talk...

Jul 16, 2018

Volume 4 Chapter 10 of the Necrocasticon welcomes Josh & Nina from A SOUND OF THUNDER for a chat about comic books, horror, the music industry, Blue Oyster Cult and more! Liz has a Blood Feast in The Video Nasties Report, Scott flies backwards in time for This Week In Metal & Horror History and Tom needs more duct tape...

Jul 9, 2018

Volume 4 Chapter 9 welcomes back author Kelli Owen to the panel as we discuss our mid-year picks for horror & metal.

But that's not all, as the is week in Metal & Horror History brings us a discussion on novelist Dean Koontz!

Plus we interview actor Faran Tahir and Skip Novak reviews A.I....

Jul 2, 2018

It's a Necrocasticon with Buttercup on top special! Kelli Owen joins Tom, Scott and Liz to talk about Harlan Ellison and a whole ton more!

This week in metal & horror history remembers a Cannibal Corpse release and one of the scariest movies of the new millennia, The Descent.

Our Video Nasties preview features an Udo...