Death Metal


Saturday, April 12, 2003

Most musicians are drawn at some point to write about angst, melancholy, pain. And many are known for it. Think of Tori Amos, The Cure, Billie Holiday, Robert Schumann. Most of those artists add some brightness for contrast, but not Death Metal bands. These musicians and their fans bask in darkness — pounding, unrelenting darkness. Produced by Sarah Lilley.


Sarah Lilley

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