USBM: A Revolution of Identity in American Black Metal
Over three years in the making, USBM: A Revolution of Identity in American Black Metal is a 544-page hardcover book chronicling the stateside black metal movement via first-hand accounts from genre progenitors Von, Profanatica and Absu through revolutionary acts like Leviathan, Weakling and Xasthur to present day progressives Panopticon, Deafheaven and Wolves in the Throne Room, along with dozens more black metal musicians.
Including hundreds of rare and never-before seen photos and a special foreword from extreme metal godfather Tom Gabriel Warrior (Hellhammer/Celtic Frost), USBM is a thorough and definitive tome from longtime Decibel contributor Daniel Lake.
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