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Documenting Norway's 'Black Metal' Underworld

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Documenting Norway's 'Black Metal' Underworld

Documenting Norway's 'Black Metal' Underworld

Documenting Norway's 'Black Metal' Underworld

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Norway is home to "black metal," an intense and violent music genre. Peter Beste visited the country 13 times in seven years to photograph the brutal scene. In a Bryant Park Project video, Beste discusses his new book of photographs, True Norwegian Black Metal. (WARNING: Some of the images shown in the video may be disturbing to sensitive viewers.)

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