Imhotep's Roy Kristensen recently conducted an interview with Kenneth A. Nilsen (Neseblod Records) about the "Norwegian Black Metal - Part One" exhibition, which is being held from March 29 through April 29 at Popsenteret in Oslo, Norway. You can now watch the chat below.
Curated by Neseblod Records, "Norwegian Black Metal - Part One" features rarities, posters and exclusive video material from the early history of Norwegian black metal, with main focus on DARKTHRONE, MAYHEM and BURZUM. A highlight of the exhibition is the screening of never-before-seen video material by OLD FUNERAL.
During this year's edition of the Inferno festival (April 5-7) Jon Kristiansen (a.k.a. Metalion) will personally present parts of his own metal fanzine Slayer. He will also show pictures from his career as a photographer.
The "Norwegian Black Metal - Part One" exhibition had its official opening this past Thursday, March 29.
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