In June 2014, The Flatlinerz announced via Facebook, that it reformed and are working on a new project. In September 2014 it was announced that a 20th-anniversary release of U.S.A.The Definitive Creepy Collection which included new and lost tracks from the Flatlinerz.
On June 6, 2016, The Flatlinerz released the first of a three part EP trilogy set titled "6ix: Chapter 1" via its Web site through the group's own newly formed independent label Horror House Entertainment. The album is a ten track EP of all brand-new Flatlinerz music.
On June 6, 2017, The Flatlinerz released the second installment of the 6ix trilogy titled "66ix: Chapter 2" on Horror House Entertainment. The EP has 7 brand new tracks and a bonus remix track of "Down Here" from Chapter 1. The first single off the album was "Da Linerz Iz Attackin" produced by Rockwilder.
On June 6, 2018, The Flatlinerz released the final installment of the 6ix trilogy titled "666ix: Chapter 3" on Horror House Entertainment. The EP has 10 brand new tracks completing the 6ix saga. The first single off the album was the controversial "Gucci's Different".
^Mickey Hess (2007). Is Hip Hop Dead?: The Past, Present, and Future of America's Most Wanted Music. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN0275994619. Alice Cooper's horror-movie imagery may have inspired the hip hop genre known as horrorcore, in which artists like Ganxsta N.I.P., Gravediggaz, and The Flatlinerz imbue their lyrics with stories of horrific torture and murder.
^Peter Shapiro (2005). The Rough Guide to Hip-Hop. Rough Guides. ISBN9781843532637. He calls his black-metal schtick "acid rap" and his splatter patter has influenced everyone from horrorcore artists the Flatlinerz to Motown neighbours Kid Rock, Insane Clown Posse, Kottonmouth Kingz and Eminem