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Keith Kahn-Harris is a sociologist and writer living in London. He is the author of Extreme Metal: Music and Culture on the Edge (Berg 2007) together with many other articles on metal culture. His website and blog is kahn-harris.org and he is @KeithKahnHarris on twitter.

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3 responses to “«Until the Light takes us» – Black Metal in Norway”

  1. […] die Szene allerdings erst zu Beginn der 1990er Jahre als, wie in der vorgestellten Dokumentation Until The Light Takes Us thematisiert, in Norwegen die ersten Kirchen brannten und Mitglieder der Szene ihre […]

  2. […] Weitere Hintergrundinformationen im Norient Artikel. […]

  3. […] Norwegian bands used to be the spearheads of the early 1990s international black metal scene. In Norway however, they were branded as Satanists. This judgement was supported by the fact that there were indeed fans as well as musicians setting churches on fire and making the headlines with cases of murder and suicide. Many years later the two filmmakers Aaron Aites and Audrey Ewell went to visit those musicians. An upsetting, deranging yet most fabulous portrait. – see background article on Norient. […]

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