'Black Metal Satanica' Documentary To Be Screened In Hollywood This Month

A new documentary about black metal called "Black Metal Satanica" will be screened at Laemmle's Sunset 5 theatre (8000 Sunset Blvd.) in West Hollywood, California on Friday, July 18 at 10:00 p.m. The film's synopsis reads as follows:

"Church burning, grave desecration, Satanism and murder. This documentary film is about how the modern Vikings of Scandinavia took the music genre 'black metal' to its darkest abyss in the mid-'90s, and turned words into action and declared war against Christianity, and it all started a thousand years ago, when the Vikings ruled the North."

Directed by Mats Lundberg, "Black Metal Satanica" features interviews with such bands as WATAIN, DARK FUNERAL, SHINING, VREID, RIMFROST and MORDICHRIST.

A trailer for the film can be viewed below.


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