Extremity Retained: Notes from the Death Metal Underground

Extremity Retained: Notes from the Death Metal Underground

Jason Netherton / Aug 23, 2019

Extremity Retained Notes from the Death Metal Underground Extremity Retained Notes From the Death Metal Underground is an exhaustive page contribution to the oral history of death metal music and culture The outcome of three years of research and over

  • Title: Extremity Retained: Notes from the Death Metal Underground
  • Author: Jason Netherton
  • ISBN: 9781631734748
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Extremity Retained Notes From the Death Metal Underground is an exhaustive 480 page contribution to the oral history of death metal music and culture The outcome of three years of research and over 100 interviews, Extremity Retained is intended to capture the experience and ethos of the international death metal scene from its origins in the late 1980s, through the succeExtremity Retained Notes From the Death Metal Underground is an exhaustive 480 page contribution to the oral history of death metal music and culture The outcome of three years of research and over 100 interviews, Extremity Retained is intended to capture the experience and ethos of the international death metal scene from its origins in the late 1980s, through the successive incarnations and evolutions that made it the subcultural force it is today Comprised entirely of first hand stories, anecdotes and memories, the book reflects on such diverse areas as the early fanzine and tape trading culture, regional scene reports, death metal performance and technique, the recording process, as well as life on tour, all in an effort to identify the vitality and unity that gives the underground its enduring spirit Ultimately, the idea is to explore the scene through the voices of those who helped create it, in order to understand better how the death metal underground worked in its early incarnations, how it has evolved, and where it is going.Featuring original cover and section art by Matt Putrid Gore Carr, incidental art by Gary Ronaldson, with design and typography from Tilmann Benninghaus, and title page by Timo Ketola Contributors to Extremity Retained include but are not limited to Luc Lemay Gorguts , Alex Webster Cannibal Corpse , King Fowley Deceased , Stephan Gebidi Thanatos, Hail of Bullets , Dan Swan Edge of Sanity , Doug Cerrito Suffocation , John McEntee Incantation, Funerus , Marc Grewe Morgoth , Ola Lindgren Grave , Paul Ryan Origin , Kam Lee ex Massacre, ex Death , Tomas Lindberg At the Gates, Lock Up , Travis Ryan Cattle Decapitation , Robert Vigna and Ross Dolan Immolation , Jacob Schmidt Defeated Sanity , Esa Linden Demigod , Dan Seagrave Artist , Rick Rozz ex Death, Massacre , Steve Asheim Deicide , Jim Morris Morrisound Studios , Terry Butler Obituary, Massacre, ex Death , Mitch Harris Napalm Death, Righteous Pigs , Scott Hull Pig Destroyer , John Gallagher Dying Fetus , Robin Mazen Derketa, Demonomacy , George Fisher Cannibal Corpse , Ed Warby Gorefest, Hail of Bullets , Rob Barrett Cannibal Corpse, ex Solstice , Donald Tardy Obituary , Moyses Kolesne Krisiun , Takaaki Ohkuma Necrophile , Paul Speckmann Master, Abomination , Anders Jacobson Nasum, Necrony , Carl Fulli Epidemic , Matt Harvey Exhumed , Steve Goldberg Cephalic Carnage , Ben Falgoust Soilent Green, Goatwhore , Phil Fasciana Malevolent Creation , Tony Laureno ex Nile, ex Angelcorpse , Alan Averill Primordial, Twilight of the Gods , Jason Fuller Blood Duster , Alex Okendo Masacre , Dave Witte Municipal Waste, Human Remains , Lee Harrison Monstrosity and many .

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      • Jason Netherton

        Originally from Maryland, USA, Jason Netherton is a founding member of the band Misery Index, as well as a founding ex member of the band Dying Fetus Additionally, he is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario, Canada Additionally, he oversees the online metal fanzine archive Send Back My Stamps.


    418 Comments

    1. I have a hard time reading non-fiction books even about subjects I'm interested in so I was very surprised when I couldn't stop reading this book. This book has already been dogeared on numerous pages which I only do to my favourite books and no doubt will read this over and over again until the cover falls off or some pages. Whichever comes first. I had absolutely no issues with this book unlike with Choosing Death which is ironic because Albert Mundrian has a piece in this book and is also tha [...]


    2. Wow! Being a Death Metal fan from the very early days, i enjoyed this trip into my youth so much. Coming from Germany, i could not find significant differences to how it was for other people, times were different and the underground worked differently. Just reading about how someone else was waiting for mail from some band or fanzine you have ordered from makes me feel like a kid again.The book is very well written and obviously done by somebody who has a real inside view. Also the illustrations [...]


    3. Plein de récits sur une époque qui n'existe plus vraiment que j'aurais bien voulu connaitre. Bien qu'un grand nombre de musiciens et d'acteurs de ces périodes soient interviewés, le bouquin peut parfois paraitre un peu répétitif mais mieux vaut plus que pas assez dans ce cas ! J'ai un paquet de groupes de l'époque à aller découvrir maintenant


    4. Il buon Jason Netherton, mitico bassista e vocalist di Misery Index ed ex-Dying Fetus, ha messo insieme una lunga serie di interviste a nomi noti e meno noti della scena Death Metal americana e non, al fine di raccontare quelli che sono stati gli anni d'oro del genere (1991-1994). Diviso in cinque capitoli, il libro è strutturato con tanti interventi più o meno lunghi, inseriti in modo da fornire un andamento più o meno omogeneo al capitolo. Forse i primi due capitoli potevano essere uniti, s [...]


    5. Well assembled, very interesting, no subjective comment from the author, very good insight into death metal, although some parts are very redundant, especially the last part. Totally worth the read. Not your boring journalist written metal book with subjective insight. The collected stories speak for themseves you don't need a recap to figure what it mean. I would have give a 4,5, but because we can't I'd give a 4


    6. This is less of a "story"; more of a collection of "short stories"; veterans from the scene share their tales of how they started, what kind of life they had on the road, how they see the scene evolving, etc.Some parts of it were very interesting - for instance to hear about the bands' first recording, first road-trip, etc.But overall it gets a bit repetitive.Not a bad readbut that's about it



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