SLAYER MAG Vol. X: Red Hardcover Reissue, by Jon "Metalion" Kristiansen

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Hardcover reissue release of the crucial tenth issue of Norway’s infamous Slayer Mag, overflowing with key Mayhem, Burzum, Darkthrone, Thorns, Emperor, Satyricon, Bathory, Dissection, Enslaved, and many more candid black metal interviews from the turbulent 1992 through 1994 period.
The material anthologized in METALION: The Slayer Mag Diaries is presented here in its complete, original form. Jon “Metalion” Kristiansen, deemed to be “the godfather of Norwegian black metal” by Enslaved, created this deep and passionate record of the intertwined sensational actions, rivalries, violence, and totally new and unique underground black metal music. The interviews, basically unguarded conversations among friends, today comprise the most complete and unfiltered document for understanding the mindset and personalities involved in Norway’s violent attacks, murders, and church arsons happening at the time.
Slayer X contains 1992-1994 interviews with:
• EMPEROR (Bård Faust, Samoth) • THOU SHALT SUFFER (Ihsahn) • BATHORY (Quorthon) • MAYHEM (Dead) • BURZUM (Varg Vikernes) • SATYRICON (Satyr) • THE 3RD AND THE MORTAL (Kari Rueslåtten) • AGHAST (Nacht, Nebel) • DARKTHRONE (Fenriz) • MYSTICUM (Ravn) • ABRUPTUM (It) • DISSECTION (Jon Nödtveidt) • THORNS (Snorre Ruch) • ULVER (Garm) • DARK FUNERAL (David “Blackmoon” Parland) • MORTIIS • ENSLAVED (Grutle Kjellson, Ivar Bjørnson) • GEHENNA (Dirge Rep, Sanrabb) • MARDUK (Morgan Håkansson) • SIGH (Mirai Kawashima) • OPETH (Mikael Åkerfeldt) • CRADLE OF FILTH (Dani Filth) • IN THE WOODS… (Overlord Svithjod) + MONUMENTUM, BEYOND DAWN, INSANITY, DECEASED, ORDER FROM CHAOS, SADISTIK EXEKUTION, MONUMENTUM, NIFELHEIM, ABSU, SADISTIC INTENT… + Necrovore appreciation, Arcturus, many record reviews, and opinionated editorials by various characters expressing various stances on the events of 1993.
“This is how Slayer Mag X was done, nothing has been changed and all errors are intact.”—Jon Kristiansen