Rob Henry has tried his hand at book reviewing, having a tilt at Emergence here.
Towards the end he reveals his punk rock roots with a kicking little track list that would make for a metal-heavy soundtrack when the movie premieres.
I've been slowly building up my own playlist for the series, but won't release it until all three books are out. Until then, enjoy Rob's Emergence movie soundtrack:
‘New Orleans is a Dying Whore’ by Down. Intro song, title and director credits.
‘The Great Southern Trend Kill’ by Pantera. Helicopter ride to the rig on the crap worn out seat with the mean civilian cat lady pilot.
‘Wake Up! Time to Die’ by Pop Will Eat Itself. The memories of the last night of hookers and blow.
‘Weekend Warrior’ by Ministry. The first fight with the Hunn when Dave brains the orc with Lucille.
‘Where Eagles Dare’ Misfits cover by Biohazard. Where the SEAL team assemble to move Dave and meet the oversized scout.
‘One Shot One Kill’ by Pro-Pain. The fight scene with the Scout.
‘Surface Paradise’ by Root! As Dave travels via car, background noise on the radio.
‘Nemesis’ by Shriekback segueing into NWA on the car stereo. The Hunn coming up through the sewers in New Orleans and getting royally confused by baseball caps.
‘Guns for Show, Knives are Pro’ by Parkway Drive.For the Hunn.
‘Sheep in Black’ by the Clowns. Dave eating while thinking about his brother and the military men surrounding him.
‘Get the Girl, Kill the Baddies’ by Pop Will Eat Itself. End Credit sequence