No, not the John Ringo book- the song that inspired the title for the book, by an outfit called CRUXSHADOWS:
I actually cottoned on to this one thanks to reader and friend LastRedoubt, who pointed out the link between the song title and John Ringo's book, in a really rather excellent post on the necessity and utility of anger.
I'll say this for John Ringo- he may be madder than a honey badger with a firecracker shoved up its arse, but he's got a hilarious sense of humour, he's a terrific action writer, and his taste in music is ALMOST as superb as my own. (ALMOST. Not AS good. But, from me, praise doesn't really get much higher than that.)
Now, if only he'd stop cocking about and actually FINISH the Posleen War series- or is it the Hedren War series now- then maybe we could get somewhere. He ended Book 11 of that series on a (pretty damn badass) cliffhanger, with the old Waffen SS tank regiments dropping down from orbit to the soundtrack of E NOMINE's "Vater Unser"- and, let's face it, if you're going to drop down into the maw of Hell to fight a tank battle, you might as well do it with the Lord's name on your lips.
But it would be kind of nice to know what happened to all of those great characters that John Ringo wrote into those books. Hell, I don't care if he has to rope in LTC Kratman to finish off the series for him- it's not like I'd complain, considering that I thought that The Tuloriad was one of the best books I read in 2015.
And while he's at it, maybe he could get on with the Troy Rising series?
Seriously, dude, what IS it with you writing up, like, the best and funniest books in modern sci-fi/fantasy/horror, and then suddenly cutting a series off at the knees with a cliffhanger?!