2007 will see the release of another Carnifex Press imprint, Carnifex Metal, this time a (mostly) non-fiction series of books about heavy metal music.Besides the very personal book by Armand Rosamilia ("Growing Up Heavy Metal") that will see the light of day in mid-2007, there are other books being planned: * "Metal Queens", which delves into women as musicians and fans of heavy metal, especially the extreme genres like death and black. Carnifex is currently looking for women fans to do interviews with (via e-mail, mail and phone) describing their love of metal and how they got into it in the first place. * "Metal Kings" will follow the same vein, with the male fans of heavy metal... the first subgenres explored will be death and black metal, but other genres will also be added as the series evolves. Carnifex is also welcoming input and ideas from YOU. Carnifex is looking for band biographies, personal stories and more from the average metal fan. E-mail Armand at [email protected] for further details.
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