Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Black Metal Satanica|
Director: Mats Lundberg
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Documentary
BLACK METAL SATANICA is an in-depth documentary capturing the dark, mystical and evil history of the Black Metal genre. Based on Scandinavian Viking lore, Black Metal borrows from ancient Viking melodies, lyrics and mytho... more »
Black Metal Satanica Documental
Edgar Zaragoza Vazquez | Mexico City | 01/21/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This documental it's ok, but in my opinion need more interviews with some elemental bands in black metal, it center more, in the third generetaion of black metal, so if you want to see, just photos of newspapers about what happened in the early days, and the history of the murder of Euronymous and all that mess, it's ok, and well, if you don't understand english, don't buy it, it doesn't have subtitles."
Black Metal Satanica
my darkening | FL, USA | 02/26/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I think this dvd is more for those who are unfamiliar with the black metal subculture, or having just been introduced to black metal music, and would like to know a 'little' more. There's few interesting interviews, of where black metal genera originated. And a bit about the infamous Mayhem/ Burzum story. But it would have been nice to have interviews with many other black metal musicians, rather then back and forth between a few. This is more a dvd, for beginners, or those who view this subculture from the outside, who can have a little insight on how 'gastly' it all is...
Tyler Keith Anderson | Pleasant Grove, UT USA | 08/02/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"So like the other reviewers I agree that this is good for someone just getting into Black Metal. You learn the history of Mayhem and all that crazy stuff. But most of it is just interviews with the 3rd wave of Black Metal, most the bands featured I'd never even heard of. Don't get me wrong I really enjoyed the interviews about "Christian Black Metal" (listen to the band Horde for an exampleHellig Usvart), and what the musicians thought about the church burnings of the '90s. But there wasn't really anything about how Black Metal began, it barely mentions Venom's album "Black Metal"Black Metal or Venom at all for that matter. Would have loved to learn more about Venom, Hellhammer, Celtic Frost, Mercyful Fate and all the other 1st wave bands that influenced the current scene. And at the end they go way too long talking about "Suicidal Black Metal," which is just straight up insane!!!
And last of all, where was this "Satanica" in the film? They briefly talk about it with the bands but they don't go in depth as to how much it IS the base of Black Metal. I'm just saying that if you're going to call something "Satanica" it needs a little Satan in it... :)"