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 Black Metal: The Music of Satan
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 Bands interviewed
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Absu

Venom

Mayhem

Marduk

Immortal

Enslaved

Gorgoroth

Darkthrone

Bloodthorn

Celtic Frost

Dark Funeral

Mercyful Fate

Dimmu Borgir

Rotting Christ

Cradle of Filth

Behemoth

Belphegor

Satyricoon

Primordial

Finntroll

Naglfar

Kreator

Voivod

Ulver

Tyr

 Synopsis
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   Documentaries about Black Metal often portray the fake aspects and blow things out of proportion.  Brainwashed fans of the music seem to want to watch things that they already know.  How many more times does a person need to regurgitate the story of how Euronymous got stabbed, or how a church in Norway was burned down?

   Some bands have taken advantage of the less intelligent metalheads and pretended to be humorless, maintaining a fake "evil" facade.  These charlatans know how to make easy money.

 

   But not everyone is a liar.  This documentary has assembled as many of the forefathers of the style as was humanly possible.  In most cases, these artists were happy to be themselves.  You will see a new side to a lot of people, and it is likely that you will see some artists speak for the first time ever.

   Make no mistake.  This documentary was not made to debunk Black Metal.  Rather, the intention was to gather an astounding diversity of personalities and to make them talk.  You can judge for yourself.

 

   The documentary is 2 hours long and includes interviews as well as live perfomances that were shot by Bill Zebub.  Some bands and record labels also allowed for excerpts of music videos to be shown. 

   There is an additional 1 hour of deleted chapters, and three songs (Korova, Bethlehem, and Bloodthorn)

   There is also a re-edit of the out-of-print movie "Stereotypes Don't Just Disappear Into Thin Air" which gives you over 4 hours of hell.

 

 Black Metak
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 Black Metal and Folk
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 BM s DM
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 American BM
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