The Devil in the Metal PPV

  • Directed by: Chad Calek
  • Producers: Chad Calek
  • Release Date: Friday, 16 March 2012


As an expose' on the Satanic Movement, as well as look into the life of Gaahl, a Norwegian black metal artist that has been dubbed “the most evil man alive", Director Chad Calek's controversial THE DEVIL IN THE METAL documentary examines the modern day belief held by many that music, as a stand alone element, can play a pivotal role in providing the courage needed for the disturbed to commit great acts of of violence, such as in the case of the Columbine High School massacre, in which Marilyn Manson’s music was identified as a driving motivational factor behind the horrific actions of Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris. But where such accusation justified? Or did the mask of a monster fit Manson all too well for those who refused to look in the mirror? While attempting to answer these question, THE DEVIL IN THE METAL also delves into the postmodern reemergence of Satanism through the Norwegian Black Metal black metal music sect, which over the course of the last two decades alone, several members of the movement have been charged and convicted for countless murders and church burnings. At the heart of this movement resides Gahhl, a black metal legend that sits on a throne (literally), from which he has publicly called for the genocide of all Christians, as well as the worldwide eradication of Christianity as a whole. But with history demonstrating that millions of records have been sold via the clever usage of marketing campaigns that embrace “Satanism” as a method of tapping into the youthful rebellion of mainstream beliefs and ideals, a series of obvious questions emerge. Is it all just for shock value? Is it all just to sell records? Are are the black metal rumors true? Does an authentic satanic movement exist in Norway, in which black metal artists are attempting to use their music to inspire acts of evil, chaos and violence? Award-Winning Director Chad Calek’s THE DEVIL IN THE METAL documentary demonstrates that the rumors are laced with far more fact than fiction, as Calek's terrifying investigative voyage into the world of satanism culminates with a final scene with Gaahl that is a chilling as anything Calek has ever witnessed.

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