Metallica guitarist talks about the reasons to release a book about horror movies

August 29, 2013 – 01:23

Metallica guitarist talks about the reasons to launch a book on horror films



,guitarrista do Metallica ,falou à revista britânica Metal Hammer o que o motivou a lançar o livro Too Much Horror Business Kirk Hammett ,guitarist of Metallica ,told the British magazine Metal Hammer what motivated him to throw the book Too Much Horror Business. - The Kirk Hammett Collection.The work of 228 pages in the original English documents his obsession with horror movies and his vast collection of macabre objects."Some people are motivated by ballet.I am motivated by watching horror movies,"he argued.

[1962]. "I saw my first horror movie when I was five years old,was a Briton named Terror Came from Space [1962].It stirred something within me that I never felt watching Disney movies or drawings.(...) Heavy Metal and horror films use many similar images. escolher o nome da banda inspirados no filme de mesmo nome. A classic case was the Black Sabbath choose the band name inspired by the movie of the same name.Both are focused on things obscure and suspense.The same feelings that you have heard heavy metal can have watching horror movies. "

,por US$ 29. The book has no Brazilian edition but the original in English can be found in online stores,including the official band for $ 29.


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