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Black Metal: Evolution of the Cult [Format Kindle]

Dayal Patterson
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Featuring a wealth of new interviews with the genre’s most central figures, Black Metal: Evolution of the Cult offers the most comprehensive guide yet to the most controversial form of extreme metal. From the pioneers of the early ‘80s to its fiery rebirth in Scandinavia through to today’s diverse groups, this epic analysis captures the movement’s development in unparalleled depth.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "The Definitive Encyclopedia On Black Metal" 13 mars 2014
Par Emmanuel Gautier TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS
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Voici un magnifique ouvrage (de plus) sur le black metal. Son auteur est Dayal Patterson, journaliste et photographe ayant écrit notamment pour les magazines Metal Hammer, Record Collector et Terrorizer.

L’ouvrage de presque cinq cents pages, disponibles uniquement en anglais à l’heure actuelle si je ne m’abuse, retrace l’histoire du black metal de ses origines à nos jours d’une manière que je qualifierais d’encyclopédique.
En effet, l’auteur consacre des chapitres entiers, plus ou moins longs, à certains groupes : les formations de la dite première vague (Venom, Bathory, Hellhammer/Celtic Frost) ainsi que les géniteurs de l’extrême (Slayer, Sodom et consorts mis dans un « paquet » black/thrash), puis la seconde vague notamment norvégienne avec quatre chapitres consacrés à Mayhem.
Tout ça, c’est assez prévisible au vu du titre du bouquin ; la bonne surprise, c’est que l’auteur parle aussi de groupes moins souvent mentionnés, mais tout aussi influents et aux historiques presque aussi palpitants : Blasphemy, Thorns, Samael, Tormentor, Master’s Hammer, Graveland, Sigh entre autres.

Et il ne fait pas que déballer des informations sur les groupes, car il y a quelques chapitres plus thématiques et analytiques : l’éthique « underground », le black metal « de masse », un chapitre entier sur les fameuses Légions Noires, le black metal et la politique (la scène NSBM), les courants avant-gardiste et leurs perspectives.

Les différents témoignages des artistes sur ces sujets montre qu’ils sont loin d’être bornés et tout à fait capables d’autocritique.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Revelations from the Dark Side 28 avril 2014
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Very interesting, well documented and well written book. What a pleasure to embark on a journey towards the realm of black metal!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Rivals Lords of Chaos as THE premier black metal book ever written. 1 janvier 2014
Par Ronald D. Bruner Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What I love about Dayal's book is the wide range he covers in this book. It seems like every book or documentary on black metal focuses on Burzum, Mayhem, and Varg Vikernes vs. Euronymous. Dayal touches on this briefly, but more as a side note. It's very refreshing to read a black metal book that starts with the guys who started it all: Mercyful Fate, Venom, Celtic Frost, etc. and how it progressed into what it is today. Dayal's look at modern bands of all subgenres of black metal really put this book over the top and make it the best black metal book out there. Lords of Chaos for years have set the standard, but that book was last revised in 2003, so there is a whole decade of black metal culture and goings on to report on, especially with the thousand different directions black metal has gone since then. Dayal really nailed it with this book and Feral House will continue to be my favorite publisher. Dayal puts every major (and minor) black metal and props for mentioning bands like Ulver, Samael, old Cradle of Filth, Beherit, Fleurety, Dodecahedron, Vlad Tepes, and especially Marduk. Marduk is my all time favorite band and get overlooked constantly, so it is nice to see some representation here. ANother great aspect of this book is the breakdown of scenes from various countries from around the world and the introduction to many of us such great bands like VON, which I had heard the name, but had to check out on Youtube, and am now depressed on missing out on those guys back in the day. This book is not just the best music book I have read this year (honorable mention: Al Jourgensen), but probably the best book of any kind period I have read in 2013. Props to Dayal Patterson and Feral House. This book is an encyclopedia and worth the money.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Thorough Retrospective 29 novembre 2013
Par nraygun - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a pretty thorough retrospective of what has grown to be an enormous sub-culture/ genre. At 600 or so pages, it's well paced and and sewn together quite well, capturing the essence of multiple eras. As someone who fiended for information (generally pre-internet,) through 'zines, letter writing, tape trading and buying from small distros in the states during the early/ mid 90's, this book collects a lot of the information (in addition to some new insights) without overly relying on the same old hype stories. Though the retelling of some of the "shock stories" from Norway have grown tired, this text handles them without them having to be the central focus, while painting the scene with a broad enough brush to capture many of the splinter genres that have developed over the last 30 years.
While it may be a matter of personal taste, my one criticism would be the overlooking of particular bands (Immortal, Ancient, Abigor, Summoning) in favor of some of others who have had less of an impact (DHG, Storm, etc.). Perhaps it was just the accessibility of the aforementioned bands' products in the States (getting imports in the US was a challenge at this time) that made them important to me, but it seems odd to have not spent time on them.
If you are a long time fan of the genre, this book is a solid collection of stories and reflections, with enough new information to make it a worthwhile read. If you are newer to the scene, it is a large but digestible overview of one of he more intriguing sub-cultures of the last 30 years.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Black Metal BIBLE 3 janvier 2014
Par Benji Socket - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Forget Lords of Chaos, this is the one book every black metal fan should own. Absolutely a joy to read. Gave a linear insight into how 2nd wave black metal came to be, without the hype and bias every other writer has. Obviously a well-researched labor of love for the author.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thorough. Detailed. Organized. Revealing. 15 décembre 2013
Par J.P. Curwen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Much has been written and documented about black metal. Fortunately, Evolution of the Cult paints a much larger canvas of black metal's history, participants and subgenres. It's an antidote to the sensationalism imbued in most coverage of black metal. While the familiar Norwegian black metal players get their requisite chapters, this book is much more than "The Varg and Euronymous Show." The author presents their stories as part of black metal's much larger narrative, rather than being the focal point.

Particularly insightful are the interviews with players who have been marginalized & overlooked in prior black metal histories. It was great to finally get the perspective of Thorns' Snorre Ruch on the Euronymous murder considering he's been presented in books like Lords of Chaos as nothing more than some sort of feeble-minded, pathetic accomplice. Hell, I enjoyed that this book has a chapter devoted to Thorns. Ruch's presence in this book is emblematic of the unique and overlooked perspectives the author manages to bring to the table.

Evolution of the Cult is a great read for those interested in a broader portrait of black metal. In addition to the usual stories of black metal's origins, we also get chapters devoted to controversial or tangential subgenres: Industrial Black Metal, Folk/Viking, "Avant-Garde"/Post-Black Metal, Black Thrash, and of course NSBM. The interviews with familiar figures are insightful and refreshingly good-humored at times... Tom G. Warrior continues to be the harshest critic of Cold Lake!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 For the Fan 9 janvier 2014
Par D. Shane Gilley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Casual readers can enjoy this, but it definitely satisfies the aficionado as well. Lots of interviews and research has been done by the author. You can tell he has a real love for extreme music, especially Black metal. Less emphasis on the sensational like 'Lords of Chaos' and more info about the bands and the people behind them. It's up to date as well and doesn't linger on the early years of 2nd gen Black Metal in Norway, yet he covers it fully as well. Tons of great b&w pics with a good section of color as well. I only wish he'd covered 1349 and Nattefrost. Oh well. Can't have everything I guess. Highly recommended.
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