Best Heavy Metal BooksMetalheads are some of the most devoted music fans on the planet. Not only do we voraciously devour new music like no one else, we also can't enough information about the artists we love. Now more than ever, it seems like there's a press release on floating around every other week about a heavy metal-related book hitting stores. It's a testament to the legions of people who follow the kind of music Noisecreep covers. Since there are so many fantastic books about metal to choose from, we've decided to put together a list of the top
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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Metalheads are some of the most devoted music fans on the planet. No--I mean we really love our music. Oh, you memorized Lady Gaga's music video dance moves?
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I played guitar, I traded tapes, I wore black, I stood around with other metalheads discussing the meaning of lyrics and scowling at people. But I searched card catalogues and bookshelves for novels about heavy metal and metalheads to no avail. Today, there are many novels about music and musicians. But back then, the only books about heavy metal were published by alarmed youth ministers warning parents about the evils of backmasking. As time went on, more non-alarmed nonfiction books about metal appeared, yet no novels were widely available. So here are some novels and a few other things featuring metalheads in all our glory.
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We ask experts to recommend the five best books in their subject and explain their selection in an interview. There are tons of behind-the-scenes boois where you get a different perspective of these normally guarded musicians. While the world teetered on the nuclear abyss, but sometimes not quite as important as one might think, The Clash launched a desperate last. That is an important aspect of metal.