Satanism. Murder. Suicide. Church Burnings.
This is what brought the Norwegian black metal genre fame in the early 90s and fanned its popularity far and wide. Its critics tend to lump all fans and artists into a single demonic pigeonhole, but a closer look into the minds, hearts and homes of those who play the music reveals a wide range of motives that are based on complex political, cultural and social factors.Interview with Christian Falch, director of Blackhearts.