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> Metal: A Headbanger's Journey, Just watched it, really well elaborated documentary
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post Dec 30 2009, 06:21 PM
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post Dec 30 2009, 08:17 PM
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This is really awsome =) i´m seein it all (i´m already at part 6)


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post Dec 31 2009, 02:37 AM
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Awesome documentary, I will definitely watch it. Thanks for sharing Daniel


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post Dec 31 2009, 02:56 AM
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Yeah, it's really well done

I friend of mine showed it to me recently...


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post Dec 31 2009, 05:07 AM
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I've seen this a few years back, great documentary. smile.gif
But he fooled the bands he interviewed in Norway, what they said were taken out of context. I remember reading about it in the newspapers little after it came out tongue.gif I think I remember Gorgoroth being the only one not complaining tongue.gif
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post Dec 31 2009, 05:18 AM
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I´ve seen this a while back too, really cool smile.gif


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post Dec 31 2009, 03:15 PM
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QUOTE (Sollesnes @ Dec 31 2009, 05:07 AM) *
I've seen this a few years back, great documentary. smile.gif
But he fooled the bands he interviewed in Norway, what they said were taken out of context. I remember reading about it in the newspapers little after it came out tongue.gif I think I remember Gorgoroth being the only one not complaining tongue.gif


I didn't know Black metal was such a" mainstream" thing in Norway. I laughed when the customs officer on the airport said "Black metal?"

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Oh, it's not. But I guess it is far more common here than other places. Pop, hiphop and trance etc is still mainstream tongue.gif
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It seems like "non-headbangers" know the music, but I guess it's because of the facts behind it rather than the music itself.

It would funny to live in a place where black metal is the music accepted by everyone and embraced by religious educational institutions and played on the prom parties at schools biggrin.gif



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Yeah, it's the facts they are known for. Burning churches etc.. I was really into black metal when growing up, and I can't even count the amount of times friends parents thought I was a satanist tongue.gif
And yeah, it would be cool! biggrin.gif makes you imagine what extreme metal would exist in such a society though xD
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post Jan 2 2010, 04:08 PM
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I think it would have to be a parallel universe,

and that's the point of that documentary. That rejection, rebellion is what has made metal what it is. Loved the final statement: "We're fine without you"


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I've seen this. This guy did a great job with putting it all together. I also agree that Black Sabbath was the major influence to term "Heavy Metal" but many others also constributed in establishing the term.


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post Jan 3 2010, 07:22 PM
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Daniel you should also check out Sam Dunn's other documentary "Global Metal" it is really good as well smile.gif



sound isn't great on this clip.



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QUOTE (rokchik @ Jan 3 2010, 07:22 PM) *
Daniel you should also check out Sam Dunn's other documentary "Global Metal" it is really good as well smile.gif



sound isn't great on this clip.


I'm watching the first vid. It has a very similar profile to the other documentary doesn't it? will watch it.



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QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Jan 3 2010, 03:51 PM) *
I'm watching the first vid. It has a very similar profile to the other documentary doesn't it? will watch it.


Yeah it does have a similar profile, but I love how he showed that even though we all may be different culturally we can come together and bond over something... music.
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QUOTE (rokchik @ Jan 3 2010, 09:59 PM) *
Yeah it does have a similar profile, but I love how he showed that even though we all may be different culturally we can come together and bond over something... music.


that's like one of the most beautiful and powerful things about music biggrin.gif


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post Jan 4 2010, 03:51 AM
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I like the way he broke down the different genres of metal. That is pretty hard to do and I like something from most of them. Glam rock was good times.


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QUOTE (kahall @ Jan 4 2010, 03:51 AM) *
I like the way he broke down the different genres of metal. That is pretty hard to do and I like something from most of them. Glam rock was good times.


I know, very in-depth research. Well, he is a metal head, he knows from years biggrin.gif


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