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In the last edition of Metal Kino, I’ve gone to great lenghts to explain my “morbid” interest in the Black Metal genre and the happenings around this scene. So there is no need to explain it again for this edition. If you really are interested, click the link above to read my intro to the last edition. Also, I would like to point out that I’ve made a mistake last time. The first video I’ve posted actually wasn’t taken from the documentary that I wrote about but from Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey. Shit happens. Now you know.
But anyhow, this edition, again, is all about Black Metal. Black Metal – A Documentary features interviews with members of Venom, Gorgoroth, Mortiis, Dark Funeral, Enslaved and more. For a full list, check out the tags.
Now make the jump to watch the 13-part documentary Black Metal – A Documentary.
…and decided that if we can’t beat them, we should join them. Christmas can be metal. Make the jump and find out why.
So who are PrimEvil? They are a band consisting of various former Venom members (and they’re named after Venom‘s sixth album, Prime Evil, get it?). Since that doesn’t tell much, because Venom had about a hundred people going through it, the exact people in the band are: original guitar player Jeffrey “Mantas” Dunn, bass player/vocalist Tony “The Demolition Man” Dolan and drummer Antony “Antton” Lant.
You can visit their Myspace page to listen to four full and pretty fucking metal tracks, and you can note 2011 as the year their debut album “Hell to the Holy” will come out.