SATAN SUPERSTAR - A Handbook Of The Infernal And The Immaculate In Pop Occulture (Edited By David Flint) Book


Limited edition of 666 copies. A5. 240 pages.

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an audacious study of the occult, witchcraft, Satanism and esoteric religion in music, film, TV, literature, photography, art, and belief. SATAN SUPERSTAR delves deep into the world of occult obsession and diabolical entertainment – from Satanic Panic to Satanic Celebration. With incisive writing and commentary from leading experts, practitioners and critics, SATAN SUPERSTAR is entertaining, informative and provocative.

With new writing, art and comment from Lydia Lunch, Boyd Rice, Nikolas Schreck, Lucien Greaves, Billy Chainsaw, Jason Atomic, David McGillivray, Nigel Wingrove, A.D. Hitchin, Carl Abrahamsson, Daz Lawrence, Logospilgrim, C.J. Lines, Bruce Barnard, Keri O’Shea, Tom Six, Groovie Mann, Sarah Appleton, Darius Drewe, Gipsie Castiglione, K.K. Eye, Ben Spurling, Sammm Agnew, Ilya Falchevsky, The Church of Satan, the Church of Rational Satanism and The Partridge Family Temple.

Full chapter listing:

Come to the Sabbat: an introduction to Satan Superstar – David Flint

Satan Calling – Nigel Wingrove

Hymn of the Satanic Empire: The Church of Satan interview – David Flint

Dog-Fearing: The Rise and Fall of St Guinefort – Daz Lawrence

The Black Velvet Underground: Satanism and the occult in 1970s made-for-TV movies – Ben Spurling

Gerald Gardner: the first naked witch? – David McGillivray

Sigil Magik – K.K. Eye

Satan Superstar – a personal view – A.D. Hitchin

Delectable Misdeeds: the scandalous Madame Chantelouve and ‘The Damned’ – Keri O’Shea

Wheatley and All His Works: the curious career of Britain’s most popular occult novelist – David Flint

Golden Idol: how my experiences in the Orthodox Church led to self-reverence, self-determination and self-emancipation – Logospilgrim

Heaven Shall Burn When We Are Gathered: Blackhearts and the international Black metal underground – C.J. Lines

Satanic Mojo Manifesto – Jason Atomic

The satanic reformation: The satanicv temple, the Westboro Baptist Church and the art of protest – Lucien Greaves

Into the Occult – Sammm Agnew / Ilya Falchevsky

Satan Superstar: a personal view – Lydia Lunch

If Needs Must, The Devil Drives: the story of the Satanic Sluts and Black Mass – Nigel Wingrove

The Golden Age of grotesque: the occult photography of William Mortensen – David Flint

Holy Orgasms: Divine Interventions and their religious sex toys – Gipsie Castiglione

Satan Superstar: a personal view: Groovie Mann (Thrill Kill Kult)

Fun is the Law: the magical world of the Partridge Family Temple – Billy Chainsaw

Adventures in demonology: the strange world of the occultist instructional LP – Darius Drewe / David Flint

Satan Superstar: a personal view – Carl Abrahamsson

The Life and Death of Peter Solheim – Bruce Barnard

Walpurgis: The Satanic sabbat in art – Keri O’Shea

Satan Superstar: a personal view – Boyd Rice

The Nikolas Schreck Files – interview by David Flint

The Witches: pulp fiction folk horror from the 1980s – David Flint

Satan Superstar: a personal view – Tom Six

It’s Always the Quiet Ones: tridents and hoedows in country music – Daz Lawrence

Some Very British satanists: The Church of Rational Satanism – Sarah Appleton

Satan Superstar: a personal view – Billy Chainsaw

From Witchcraft to Christ: Doreen irvine and the birth of the British Satanic Panic – David Flint

They Sold Their Souls for Rock ‘n’ Roll: A Satanic Rock Top ten – Darius Drewe

Limited edition of 666 copies. A5. 240 pages.

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