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Glorious Times: A pictorial of the death metal scene (1981-1991)

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"What makes this book special is its editors have combined their collective resources to create a diverse work that offers many different perspectives on the scene. It is not just a dry historical or anthropological 'study', but the living memory of those actual people who were involved with creating this scene and the underground network." - Bryan Daniel (Invincible Force ...more
Paperback, First Edition
Published 2009 by Glorious Times Publishing
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This is book is a conversational look at the life and times of the early death metal scene. It contains recollections of people, gigs, events, bands, and publications. It's at times in-depth, at times fucking hilarious.

The pictorial aspect is grand, too. Mostly live shots from shows back in the day.

My biggest criticism is that the publishers took submissions and pretty well published them as-is. The book is rife with spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors that truly disrupt the reading e
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