"The music was a battle cry heard around the world and throughout Heaven and Hell. It would summon Sethis and call out his dark legions to destroy all those who had light in their hearts..."
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.
Nihilistic multi-billionaire, Festus Baustone III--with the help of the malevolent Egyptologist, Helmut Hartkopff--will do whatever it takes to bring the song to life at any cost...even if his only daughter, Mona, is to be sacrificed.
Kirk Vaisto, known as the "God of Guitar" by his millions of fans, soon finds himself caught between the forces of divine good and monumental evil. Oblivious to the powerful darkness lurking in his guitar strings, Kirk agrees to work for Baustone and Hartkopff to turn Aknaseth's hieroglyphics into music. Kirk begins a musical journey that takes him from an unholy chapter in ancient Egyptian history to the remains of the true Holy Cross, to the concert stage and to the very edge of Hell itself.
Kirk Vaisto will give the performance of a lifetime. Immortality, the end of the world, and the salvation of every mortal soul are the stakes in Jeremy Wagner's, The Armageddon Chord,
About the Author
Jeremy Wagner is more of a writer than a web developer, but he does both anyway. On top of making websites for longer than he thought probable, he has written for A List Apart, CSS-Tricks, and Smashing Magazine. Jeremy will someday relocate to the remote wilderness where sand has not yet been taught to think. Until then, he continues to reside in Minnesota's Twin Cities with his wife and stepdaughters, bemoaning the existence of strip malls.