Documentary Film Review: "Death Metal Angola"

From Africa is a Country Sat Jan 26 2013, 06:00:39

In case you thought kuduro--most recently discussed on this blog here, here, and here--is all that Angola's music scene has to offer, you were wrong. Although Angolan death metal is nowhere near as popular as the dance and music style kuduro, it has a place in the nation's fabric. Death metal is no less Angolan (and African) than [...]

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