From Andre Duza, celebrated author of Dead Bitch Army and WZMB, comes a groundbreaking horror novel told as a transcript of a rockumentary about the first band to go on tour after the zombie apocalypse.
The rock band, Serpentine, had been through a lot of shit. But then, so had the entire world after the dead rose and began consuming the living. They went from selling out stadiums to being scavengers. Their motto is “No gig is too small,” a phrase that used to mean they would perform anywhere, now has come to mean they will survive anything.
But even after the apocalypse, they can’t escape their biggest fan—an undead thing that seems to be following them across the country. An undead groupie, complete with a Serpentine t-shirt.
Even if the world has ended, you gotta go on. Across America, small communities of survivors are rebuilding and trying to recreate the world that was lost. After making contact with one, Serpentine travels to do what they were born to do—play a goddamn rock-and-fucking-roll show!
But the venue isn’t interested in only putting on a kick-ass show. The people working there have been experimenting with the undead and Serpentine’s music could hold a key to moving forward in a world dominated by the walking dead.