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Nebel



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Final Holocaust wrote:
HELLTHRASHER -l- wrote:
'Are you Morbid?' was an absolute dissapointment.
Nothing but putting down the classic CF era.

Why?
I'm absolutely curious about that one, and it seems almost impossible to get since it is always showing up for stupid amounts of money...
Any further info would be highly appreciated.


I thought it was an entertaining read for the most part. The "putting down" part has much more to do with Hellhammer than C.F. though. Almost every time he mentions Hellhammer he has to start ranting about how young, stupid, naive, talentless etc. Hellhammer was. Mentioning it once would have been enough. As for C.F., he also mentions good times and anecdotes. I've understood that a new edition of this book will hit the streets at some point.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nebel wrote:
Final Holocaust wrote:
HELLTHRASHER -l- wrote:
'Are you Morbid?' was an absolute dissapointment.
Nothing but putting down the classic CF era.

Why?
I'm absolutely curious about that one, and it seems almost impossible to get since it is always showing up for stupid amounts of money...
Any further info would be highly appreciated.


I thought it was an entertaining read for the most part. The "putting down" part has much more to do with Hellhammer than C.F. though. Almost every time he mentions Hellhammer he has to start ranting about how young, stupid, naive, talentless etc. Hellhammer was. Mentioning it once would have been enough. As for C.F., he also mentions good times and anecdotes. I've understood that a new edition of this book will hit the streets at some point.


I enjoyed the book very much to be honest, but I already knew what Tom felt about Hellhammer, so I can't say I was surprised. I got this book last year for like 20$ on amazon, after looking for it for a normal amount of cash for 3/4 years.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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they look amazing!
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Nebel



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

iron tyrant wrote:
Nebel wrote:
Final Holocaust wrote:
HELLTHRASHER -l- wrote:
'Are you Morbid?' was an absolute dissapointment.
Nothing but putting down the classic CF era.

Why?
I'm absolutely curious about that one, and it seems almost impossible to get since it is always showing up for stupid amounts of money...
Any further info would be highly appreciated.


I thought it was an entertaining read for the most part. The "putting down" part has much more to do with Hellhammer than C.F. though. Almost every time he mentions Hellhammer he has to start ranting about how young, stupid, naive, talentless etc. Hellhammer was. Mentioning it once would have been enough. As for C.F., he also mentions good times and anecdotes. I've understood that a new edition of this book will hit the streets at some point.


I enjoyed the book very much to be honest, but I already knew what Tom felt about Hellhammer, so I can't say I was surprised. I got this book last year for like 20$ on amazon, after looking for it for a normal amount of cash for 3/4 years.


For those interested, there's a thread about the new (according to Tom, rewritten and expanded) edition of the book on the Triptykon forum. No release date yet though although it was originally meant to be out in 2008.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 5:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nebel wrote:
iron tyrant wrote:
Nebel wrote:
Final Holocaust wrote:
HELLTHRASHER -l- wrote:
'Are you Morbid?' was an absolute dissapointment.
Nothing but putting down the classic CF era.

Why?
I'm absolutely curious about that one, and it seems almost impossible to get since it is always showing up for stupid amounts of money...
Any further info would be highly appreciated.


I thought it was an entertaining read for the most part. The "putting down" part has much more to do with Hellhammer than C.F. though. Almost every time he mentions Hellhammer he has to start ranting about how young, stupid, naive, talentless etc. Hellhammer was. Mentioning it once would have been enough. As for C.F., he also mentions good times and anecdotes. I've understood that a new edition of this book will hit the streets at some point.


I enjoyed the book very much to be honest, but I already knew what Tom felt about Hellhammer, so I can't say I was surprised. I got this book last year for like 20$ on amazon, after looking for it for a normal amount of cash for 3/4 years.


For those interested, there's a thread about the new (according to Tom, rewritten and expanded) edition of the book on the Triptykon forum. No release date yet though although it was originally meant to be out in 2008.


I've wanted to pick this up for a while but now I'll definitely wait for the new edition. Thanks for the info!
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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2013 4:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No idea whether this was discussed already...
Seems like the floodgates are open; yet another book about black metal.
The list of people interviewed seems ok, although very much a northern affair again, it seems. I've never heard of this writer before, but then again I have left Terrorizer and Metal Hammer to the shelves for quite a while.
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‘Black Metal: Evolution Of The Cult’, a gripping look at black metal’s history, written by former Terrorizer scribe Dayal Patterson is available to pre-order.

Offering an unparalleled level of detail, and spanning 600 pages, ‘Black Metal: Evolution Of The Cult’ captures the progress of one of metal’s most dangerous and exciting genres. From it’s infancy in the 1980′s via it’s resurgence in the nineties and of course the scene we have today. ‘Evolution of The Cult’ combines interviews with a host of black metal luminaries, editorial insight and plenty of iconic photography to examine the artistic, musical, spiritual development of the genre and the creative work, ideologies and often colourful lives of some of its most significant bands, everyone from Venom and Mercyful Fate through to Alcest and Wolves In The Throne Room.

Also included throughout the book are a wealth of images, many of which are previously unpublished, and in some cases, never seen before, with unseen images dating right back to Mayhem’s Deathcrush sessions in the eighties.

You can pre-order ‘Black Metal: Evolution Of The Cult’ here and check out the the Facebook page here.

As well as a number of archive interviews, ‘Black Metal: Evolution Of The Cult’ also includes extensive and exclusive interviews with the following list of black metal luminaries:

Adam ‘Nergal’ Darski (Behemoth)
Alan ‘AA Nemtheanga’ Averill (Primordial)
Attila Csihar (Mayhem / Tormentor)
Benny ‘Cerastes’ (Mysticum)
Christophe Szpajdel (Designer for Emperor, Graveland etc)
Conrad ‘Cronos’ Lant (Venom)
Dani Filth (Cradle Of Filth)
Edmond ‘Hupogrammos’ Karban (Negura Bunget)
Eirik ‘Pytten’ Hundvin (Producer for Emperor, Gorgoroth, Mayhem)
Fabban ‘Malfeitor’ (Aborym)
Frank ‘The Watcher’ Allain (Fen)
František Štorm (Master’s Hammer)
George ‘Magus Daoloth’ Zacharopoulos (Rotting Christ / Necromantia)
Gerald ‘Black Winds’ (Blasphemy)
Greg ‘Damien’ Moffit (Cradle Of Filth)
Gylve ‘Fenriz’ Nagell (Darkthrone / Dødheimsgard / Isengard / Storm)
Hans ‘Mortuus’ Rostén (Marduk / Funeral Mist)
Håvard ‘Mortiis’ Ellefsen(Emperor)
Ian ‘Tjodalv’ Åkesson (Dimmu Borgir)
Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved)
Jarle ‘Hvall’ Kvåle (Windir / Vreid)
Jason ‘Venien’ Ventura (VON)
Jon ‘Metallion’ Kristiansen (Slayer Mag / Head Not Found Records)
Jonas ‘B’ Bergqvist (Lifelover)
Jonas Åkerlund (Bathory)
Jørn ‘Necrobutcher’ Stubberud (Mayhem / Kvikksølvguttene)
Jorn Tunsberg (Old Funeral / Immortal / Hades)
Kai ‘Trym’ Mosaker (Emperor / Enslaved)
Kim ‘( )’ Carlsson(Lifelover)
Kim ‘King Diamond’ Petersen (Mercyful Fate)
Kjetil ‘Manheim’ (Mayhem)
Kjetil Grutle (Enslaved)
Kristian ‘Gaahl’ Espedal (Trelldom / Gorgoroth / Gaahlskag)
Kristoffer ‘Garm’ Rygg (Arcturus / Ulver)
Lee Barrett (Candlelight Records)
Marko ‘Holocausto’ Laiho (Beherit)
Michael ‘Vorph’ Locher (Samael)
Mikko Aspa (Clandestine Blaze)
Mirai Kawashima (Sigh)
Morgan ‘Evil’ Hakkansson (Marduk / Abruptum)
Niklas Kvarforth (Shining)
Ole ‘Apollyon’ Moe (Aura Noir / Dødheimsgard / Immortal)
Paul Ryan (Cradle Of Filth)
Peter Tagtgren (Producer for Dimmu Borgir, Marduk)
Preben ‘Prime Evil’ (Mysticum, Aborym)
Rob ‘Darken’ Fudali (Graveland / Infernum)
Robin ‘Graves’ Eaglestone (Cradle Of Filth)
Robin ‘Mean’ Malmberg (Mysticum)
Roger ‘Infernus’ Tiegs (Gorgoroth / Borknagar)
Rune ‘Blasphemer’ Eriksen (Mayhem / Aura Noir)
Saint Vincent (Blacklodge)
Sakis Tolis (Rotting Christ)
Shawn ‘Goat’ Calizo (VON)
Simen ‘ICS Vortex’ Hestnæs (Arcturus / Dimmu Borgir)
Snorre Ruch (Stigma Diabolicum / Thorns / Mayhem)
Steffen ‘Dolgar’ Simestad (Gehenna)
Svein Egil Hatlevik (Fleurety / Dødheimsgard)
Sven ‘Silenoz’ Kopperud (Dimmu Borgir)
Sven-Erik ‘Maniac’ Kristiansen (Mayhem)
Terje ‘Tchort’ Vik Schei (Emperor / Carpathian Forest)
Thomas ‘Pest’ Kronenes (Gorgoroth)
Tom ‘King’ Visnes (Gorgoroth / Ov Hell)
Tom ‘Warrior’ Fischer (Hellhammer / Celtic Frost)
Tomas ‘Samoth’ Haugen (Thou Shalt Suffer / Emperor)
Tor-Helge ‘Cernunnus’ Skei (Manes)
Vegard ‘Ihsahn’ Tveiten (Emperor / Thou Shalt Suffer)
Ville ‘Shatraug’ Pystynen (Horna / Behexen)
Willy ‘Meyhna’ch’ Rousell (Mutiilation)
Yusaf ‘Vicotnik’ Parvez (Dødheimsgard)
Zhema Rodero (Vulcano)

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Black-Metal-Evolution-of-the-Cult/540627762626753
http://www.terrorizer.com/2013/05/21/black-metal-evolution-of-the-cult-available-for-pre-order/
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 3:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't know if anyone has said it already butI just read the Metallica bio by Mick Wall. Good read. Most of the early stuff you'll know but I found the stuff after MoP era interesting. Worth the €5 anyway if you're looking for something to help pass the time some sunny afternoon
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



Although written in nazi german this book will still be porn for some of you.

Cool
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 6:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looking forward to ‘Black Metal: Evolution Of The Cult’ very much.

DEATH METAL needs another book or two..."Choosing Death" and "Swedish Death Metal" were both great, but there are many more stories to tell and things to talk about.

BLACK METAL needs a book written by someone the fans will (somewhat) respect and trust. Hopefully this "Evolution..." book hits the mark.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jon "Metalion" Kristiansen - The Slayer mag diaries.

including all 20 issues of slayer mag and the previous Live Wire Mag.
what i missed was the demo/ album critics.
But then the book may have one thousand pages (it has 720)

Jon reflects alot about that times, very personal and sensitive but allways as a dedicated metal maniac who's aware he's not that same twen when all that errupts. (Not to compare with that boulevard right wing book by that blood axis guy -lords of chaos.)

If someone is intrested into that early era?
It's not bad but it's "from the dark past "

I read it, like a last will and testament thing.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 2:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Weltering in Blood wrote:
Don't know if anyone has said it already butI just read the Metallica bio by Mick Wall. Good read. Most of the early stuff you'll know but I found the stuff after MoP era interesting. Worth the €5 anyway if you're looking for something to help pass the time some sunny afternoon


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 2:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How's the Voices from the Darkside book?
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BulletBelt wrote:


Although written in nazi german this book will still be porn for some of you.

Cool


Only first edition is real:

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm just wondering
what have theese absurd loosers to do with Metal ????
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 4:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Captain Retard wrote:
I'm just wondering
what have theese absurd loosers to do with Metal ????


have fun living in Siberia...
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