Lords of Chaos: The Bloody Rise of the Satanic Metal Underground

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Feral House, 2003 - Music - 405 pages
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Just before the turn of the millennium nearly 100 churches had been torched and desecrated by adherents of Black Metal, the most extreme form of underground music on the planet. In an escalating unholy war, Black Metal bands and their obsessive fans have left a grim legacy of suicide, murder and terrorism spreading from Norway to Germany, Russia, America and beyond. Written by two journalists, this is a unique look at this hellish scene featuring rare photos and exclusive interviews with priests, police and Satanists.
 

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black metal at its best

User Review  - gratergirl13 - Borders

This gives you the gory details along with the shocking intelligence of the worlds most feared people in the black metal scene. Everything from murdering thier own band members, church burnings, and ... Read full review

Twisted Minds

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Lords of Chaos is an intriguing read. They authors do an even and thorough job of chronicling the history and psychology behind the Black Metal scene. The book slows considerably in the second half ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 01
1
Chapter 02
23
Chapter 03
33
Chapter 04
45
Chapter 05
63
Chapter 06
81
Chapter 07
109
Chapter 08
145
Chapter 09
195
Chapter 10
215
Chapter 11
271
Chapter 12
305
Chapter 13
347
EndnotesAppendix 28p
379
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