Pagan/folk metal has been growing in popularity for years and has virtually overthrown black metal in Europe. These bands have tested the American shores playing to sold-out venues from coast to coast. The time has come to explore this unsuspected invasion.
"Pagan Metal: A Documentary" is the first documentary of its kind and features in-depth examinations of some of the genre's most coveted bands, including KORPIKLAANI, PRIMORDIAL, FINNTROLL, ENSIFERUM, LEAVES' EYES, TURISAS and TYR.
Enjoy live performances, learn about the subculture, and gain insight into the music. The artists give cordial and informative interviews. Indeed, you will feel like you have made new friends.
From the twisted mind of Bill Zebub (Grimoire Of Exalted Deeds magazine, "Metal Retardation", "Breaking Her Will" et al), "Pagan Metal: A Documentary" will street December 8, 2009, just in time for the holidays!
For more information, visit www.billzebub.com.
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