If you just finished watching The Walking Dead's Season 3, Episode 14, "Prey", we're going to guess your biggest question is around Andrea (Laurie Holden) tied up in The Governor's (David Morrissey) sick-o torture chamber. We can only guess really bad (and probably gory) things are in store for her! Your second biggest question is probably, "What was that awesome song that played at the end?"
We're not sure about the answer to that first question, but we do know about the harrowing Walking Dead song that played at the end of the episode. It's called, "You Are the Wilderness" by Voxhaul Broadcast, which is on the The Walking Dead AMC Original Soundtrack, Volume 1, which you can buy on iTunes.
MORE: Missed the episode? We've got The Walking Dead Season 3, Episode 14, "Prey" recap here.
The song starts in at a close-up shot of The Governor's angry face after creepy scientist Milton basically admits he burned down the zombie pit. (The guy may book smart, but he's a terrible liar!) The song concludes at a shot of a very scared Andrea tied up in the torture chamber. The lyrics that play in the episode are, "Stood at the edge in the valley, looked at the ground below, I was surrounded — there's nowhere left to go. There's a wolf in my heart, there's a wolf in my heart... for you! For you! For you!" Intense, much?
As a reminder, we've got just two more explosive episodes until The Walking Dead's Season 3 finale. Are you ready? Oh, and if you just can't standing waiting around until next Sunday (March 24) and need to know right freaking now what happens in The Walking Dead Seaosn 3, Episode 15, "This Sorrowful Life", you'll find answers here.