The first sequel to Black Metal: Evolution of the Cult!
300 pages and over 150 photos, many previously unpublished.
300 page book. Published in 2016 by Cult Never Dies. Written by Dayal Patterson.
Created in the early to mid-90s by writer Sascha Falquet (who also contributed tracks to Behemoth’s ‘Sventevith’ album) Skogen was one of the most memorable zines released during black metal’s golden years. Thoughtful and often lengthy interviews capture many of the most important bands in the underground metal scene during an era when the scene was exploding in dramatic fashion, something reflected in the often extreme worldviews of the participants.
A huge hardback tome with over 200 large format (A4) pages, this anthology combines all three issues in full, along with an interview with the zine’s creator.
240 pages, A4 format, hardback. Published by Cult Never Dies in 2017.