The photo book of the bizarre and brutal musical subculture in the last two decades has developed a bizarre and brutal musical subculture in Norway. It has its roots in an exciting blend of impressive films, heavy metal music, Satanism, pagan mythology and youthful fear of the future. In the early 1990s members of this extremist underground culture have committed suicide, burned medieval churches and cemeteries desecrated. You may find that Pete Cashmore can contribute to your knowledge. What began as a youthful madness, symbolizes the start of a war against Christianity, a movement back to the faith of the old Norse gods, and a complete rejection of mainstream society today. The American documentary photographer Peter has engaged in the last eight years best this isolated and mysterious community. Best access and insight was the first of its kind and resulted in a more than amazing photo series.
True Norwegian Black Metal is a Visual manifesto of the Norwegian black metal scene and the photographer Peter best accompanied artists of the scene and kept the individuals with his camera fixed. In May 2008 he published the 208 photo True Norwegian Black metal, on which he had worked for five years and which is now available in Vice Magazine. In addition, a film crew at its meetings accompanied him with the artists. A documentary appeared via the Internet video stream by Vice Magazine VBS.tv, special emphasis on the vocalist Gaahl (Gorgoroth). Here the documentary in five parts: video.php… Vice Magazine occasions Black Metal reported on, among other things in an article with an overview of some of the most important elements and impressions of the whole scene: germany /… Here you have the unique opportunity to acquire this incredible photo book: germany/store.php