nah. i just read "lords of chaos". black metal is based on racist ideas.
you have to get your "sub genres" correct. were talking about burzum and mayhem here. all or at least most of those balck metal bands in scndanavia base their philosophies on rascist concepts. no great secret there.
i've a huge stack of these things. i think they're one of the worst posters i've ever done. i was toitally embarrassed by it until you guys on gp flipped out on it. now i sellit for a lot of money and i think it's excellent.
really, don't compete for it. like i said, i've got a stack of 'em.
it was a band called black jack. they were from portland. i doubt estrus knows what a real "black metal" band is to this day. they just thought they were a metal band. a pretty good one at that. he got a package thatw as a little more than he thought.
and, yes black metal (as opposed to death metal or heavy metal or thrash or whatever you want) is racist. that's like saying water is wet.
i tripped across them in a pile of stuff left over from a project i did for rhino records about ten years ago. i'm cleaning house after the holidaze here and i spotted these cool old things and thought i'd post them. glad you appreciate them.
boston had one of the earliest and coolest and most rocking punk scenes in the early days (starting witht he original modern lovers back in the very early 70's). but it unfortunatley died out early on - probably due to the power of nyc's scene sucking all of the talent southward (sort of like psychedelia sucked all of the music talent away from seattle and the nw back in the late 60's and early 70's) it wasn't until the mid 80's that boston bands were back on the map.
one thing i've learned about the old primal punk scene is that you can never take it at face value. every aspect of it had something to do with fucking things up - no matter how banal the presentation.