Sound Of The Beast: The Complete Headbanging History Of Heavy Metal
The definitive history of the first 30 years of heavy metal, containing over 100 interviews with members of Black Sabbath, Metallica, Judas Priest, Twisted Sister, Slipknot, Kiss, Megadeth, Public Enemy, Napalm Death, and more.More than 30 years after Black Sabbath released the first complete heavy metal album, its founder, Ozzy Osbourne, is the star of The Osbournes, TV's favourite new reality sh...
Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: It Books; First Thus edition (February 17, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 81042
Format: PDF Text djvu book
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“If you're looking for an accessible history of heavy metal, this is a pretty good place to start. There are definitely some problems (see below), but he covers all the important ground, and writes clearly and makes his points clear in each chapter (c...”
w. Contrary to popular belief, headbangers and the music they love are more alive than ever. Yet there has never been a comprehensive book on the history of heavy metal - until now. Featuring interviews with members of the biggest bands in the genre, Sound of the Beast gives an overview of the past 30-plus years of heavy metal, delving into the personalities of those who created it. Everything is here, from the bootlegging beginnings of fans like Lars Ulrich (future founder of Metallica) to the sold-out stadiums and personal excesses of the biggest groups. From heavy metal's roots in the work of breakthrough groups such as Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin to MTV hair metal, courtroom controversies, black metal murderers and Ozzfest, Sound of the Beast offers the final word on this elusive, extreme, and far-reaching form of music.