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Library of Loudness

The staff here at Metal-Rules support metal in all it's forms, audio, visual and even literature. Often writers can give additional academic credibility to our genre which at times suffers from a negative reputation and we support their efforts and enjoy reading their books. In recognition of the dramatic increase in metal-related books we have developed this unique section dedicated to reviews and opinions about Heavy Metal literature and interviews with authors and publishers.

On this page you will find a quick summary of various titles and links to further in-depth reviews of these fine publications and more.

 
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Reviews
Click here to read our review of - Power Chord (Book Review)
Author: McKenzie, Thomas
Title: Power Chord
Publisher: IT books / Harper Collins
Pages: 308
Year: 2012
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: One man\'s quest to meet the gods of guitar.
Click here to read our review of - Iron Maiden-On Board Flight 666 (Book Review)
Author: McMurtrie, John
Title: Iron Maiden-On Board Flight 666
Publisher: Orion Books
Pages: 256
Year: 2012
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: A top-notch photo documentary of the last two iron Maiden tours.
Click here to read our review of - If You Like...Metallica (Book Review)
Author: McPadden, Mike
Title: If You Like...Metallica
Publisher: Backbeatbooks.com
Pages: 209
Year: 2012
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: A fun and funny, well-written, easy to read Metallica primer. Not as usuful for Metallica die-hards but very worthy nonetheless.
Click here to read our review of - Metallica:Whiplash (Book Review)
Author: McSquare, Eddie
Title: Metallica:Whiplash
Publisher: Wise Publishers
Pages: 63
Year: 2014
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: One of the earliest books about the band. A glossy picture book of Metallica without to much substance, but some nice old quotes.
Click here to read our review of - Fire, Metal, Blood and Money (Book Review)
Author: Michael De Los Muertos
Title: Fire, Metal, Blood and Money
Publisher: Independent
Pages: 224
Year: 2000
Reviewed By: Rick
Preamble/Intro: Modern Metal-themed, horror/mystery story set in Oregon involving a crew of identifiable metal characters
Click here to read our review of - Fire, Metal, Blood and Money (Book Review)
Author: Michael De Los Muertos
Title: Fire, Metal, Blood and Money
Publisher: -
Pages: 0
Year: 2000
Reviewed By: EvilG
Preamble/Intro: -
Click here to read our review of - Fire, Metal, Blood and Money (Book Review)
Author: Michael De Los Muertos
Title: Fire, Metal, Blood and Money
Publisher: -
Pages: 0
Year: 2000
Reviewed By: Joe
Preamble/Intro: -
Click here to read our review of - Pure Metal (Book Review)
Author: Moore, Bruce
Title: Pure Metal
Publisher: Safkhet Publishing
Pages: 176
Year: 2013
Reviewed By: Celtic Bob
Preamble/Intro: The third Metal cookbook on the market in the past few years with a Melodic Metal flavour.
Click here to read our review of - Into The Void...With Ace Frehley (Book Review)
Author: Moore, Wendy
Title: Into The Void...With Ace Frehley
Publisher: -
Pages: 0
Year: 2005
Reviewed By: Lord of the Wasteland
Preamble/Intro: -
Click here to read our review of - Glorious Times: A Pictorial of the Death Metal Scene (1984-1991) (Book Review)
Author: Moses, Alan & Pattison, Brian
Title: Glorious Times: A Pictorial of the Death Metal Scene (1984-1991)
Publisher: Independent
Pages: 160
Year: 2011
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: An excellent collection of photos and stories from the early days of Death Metal.
Click here to read our review of - The Dirt (Book Review)
Author: Motley Crue
Title: The Dirt
Publisher: Regan Books
Pages: 0
Year: 2001
Reviewed By: EvilG
Preamble/Intro: One of the more famous and better selling rock autobiographies, Motley Crue’s sordid existence is documented in excruciating detail. Rock studies 101 on what not to do.
Click here to read our review of - The Dirt (Book Review)
Author: Motley Crue
Title: The Dirt
Publisher: Regan Books
Pages: 0
Year: 2001
Reviewed By: Pete
Preamble/Intro: One of the more famous and better selling rock autobiographies, Motley Crue’s sordid existence is documented in excruciating detail. Rock studies 101 on what not to do.
Click here to read our review of - Lords Of Chaos: The Bloody Rise Of The Satanic Metal Underground (Book Review)
Author: Moynihan, Michael and Soderlin, Didrik
Title: Lords Of Chaos: The Bloody Rise Of The Satanic Metal Underground
Publisher: Feral House
Pages: 261
Year: 2001
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: The controversial and noble attempt to detail and explain an entire scene through interviews and photos of that misunderstood era.
Click here to read our review of - Choosing Death-The Improbable History of Death Metal and Grindcore  (Book Review)
Author: Mudrian, Albert
Title: Choosing Death-The Improbable History of Death Metal and Grindcore
Publisher: Feral House
Pages: 285
Year: 2005
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: The sub-title says it all. This is considered by many to be the definitive history of this style. Well documented and presented.
Click here to read our review of - Mustaine (Book Review)
Author: Mustaine, Dave & Layden, Joe
Title: Mustaine
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages: 346
Year: 2011
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: The ever popular, ever controversial Mr. Mustaine tells his story in his own words.
Click here to read our review of - Tattoos & Tequila (Book Review)
Author: Neil, Vince & Sager, Mike
Title: Tattoos & Tequila
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages: 290
Year: 2011
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: Vince tells his own story about life before, during and outside of Crue.
Click here to read our review of - All Known Metal Bands (Book Review)
Author: Nelson, Dan
Title: All Known Metal Bands
Publisher: McSweeny
Pages: 248
Year: 2010
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: A noble attempt to create a list of the names of every Metal band.
Click here to read our review of - Ozzy Knows Best (Book Review)
Author: Nickson, Chris
Title: Ozzy Knows Best
Publisher: St. Martin\'s Griffin
Pages: 249
Year: 2012
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: An unauthorized look at Ozzy focusing on his MTV years. Lacks substance.
Click here to read our review of - Ted, White And Blue-The Nugent Manifesto (Book Review)
Author: Nugent, Ted
Title: Ted, White And Blue-The Nugent Manifesto
Publisher: Regnery
Pages: 305
Year: 2013
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: Terrible Ted\'s political manifesto.
Click here to read our review of - Murder In The Front Row (Book Review)
Author: Oimoen, Harald & Lew, Brian
Title: Murder In The Front Row
Publisher: Bazillion Points
Pages: 270
Year: 2012
Reviewed By: JP
Preamble/Intro: An intimate and revealing collection of photos from the early days of San Francisco thrash.
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