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During the 1980s, several [[thrash metal]] bands formed a prototype for black metal. This so-called "first wave" included bands such as [[Venom (band)|Venom]], [[Bathory (band)|Bathory]], [[Hellhammer]] and [[Celtic Frost]].<ref name=sam>{{cite video |last=Dunn |first=Sam |year=2005 |title=[[Metal: A Headbanger's Journey]] |type=motion picture |publisher=Seville Pictures}}</ref> A "second wave" arose in the early 1990s, spearheaded by [[Norway|Norwegian]] bands such as [[Mayhem (band)|Mayhem]], [[Burzum]], [[Darkthrone]], [[Immortal (band)|Immortal]] and [[Emperor (band)|Emperor]]. The [[early Norwegian black metal scene]] developed the style of their forebears into a distinct genre. Norwegian-inspired black metal scenes emerged throughout Europe and North America, although some other scenes developed their own styles with no connection to the Norwegian one.<ref name=billzebub>{{cite video |last=Debub |first=Bill |year=2007 |title=Black Metal: A Documentary |type=motion picture |publisher=Bill Zebub Productions}}</ref>
 
During the 1980s, several [[thrash metal]] bands formed a prototype for black metal. This so-called "first wave" included bands such as [[Venom (band)|Venom]], [[Bathory (band)|Bathory]], [[Hellhammer]] and [[Celtic Frost]].<ref name=sam>{{cite video |last=Dunn |first=Sam |year=2005 |title=[[Metal: A Headbanger's Journey]] |type=motion picture |publisher=Seville Pictures}}</ref> A "second wave" arose in the early 1990s, spearheaded by [[Norway|Norwegian]] bands such as [[Mayhem (band)|Mayhem]], [[Burzum]], [[Darkthrone]], [[Immortal (band)|Immortal]] and [[Emperor (band)|Emperor]]. The [[early Norwegian black metal scene]] developed the style of their forebears into a distinct genre. Norwegian-inspired black metal scenes emerged throughout Europe and North America, although some other scenes developed their own styles with no connection to the Norwegian one.<ref name=billzebub>{{cite video |last=Debub |first=Bill |year=2007 |title=Black Metal: A Documentary |type=motion picture |publisher=Bill Zebub Productions}}</ref>
   
Initially a synonym for "Satanic metal"<ref>{{cite book |last=McIver |first=Joel |authorlink=Joel McIver |title=Justice for All - The Truth About Metallica |edition=updated |publisher=Omnibus Press |year=2009 |url=http://books.google.de/books?id=SvW-uN-qEbIC&pg=PT98&dq=%22black+metal%22#v=onepage&q=%22black%20metal%22&f=false |accessdate=4 September 2012}}</ref>, black metal has often been met with hostility from mainstream culture, mainly due to the [[Misanthropy|misanthropic]] and [[Anti-Christian sentiment|anti-Christian]] views of many artists. Moreover, several of the genre's pioneers have been linked with [[Black metal#Church burnings|church burnings]] and murder. For these reasons and others, black metal is usually seen as an [[underground music|underground]] form of music. Some artists have also been linked to [[neo-Nazism]], although most black metal fans and most prominent black metal artists shun Nazism and oppose its influence on the black metal subculture.<ref name=kingovhell>{{cite web |url=http://www.maelstrom.nu/ezine/interview_iss50_224.php |title=Interview with Jotunspor |last=Škot |first=Mladen |work=maelstrom.nu |accessdate=4 September 2012}}</ref><ref name=infernus1>{{cite web |url=http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.Net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=93004 |title=Blabbermouth.net - Gorgoroth Guitarist Infernus: "I Personally Am Against Racism in Both Thought and Practice |date=15 March 2008 |work=[[Blabbermouth.net]] |accessdate=4 September 2012}}</ref><ref name=billzebub/>
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Initially a synonym for "Satanic metal"<ref>{{cite book |last=McIver |first=Joel |authorlink=Joel McIver |title=Justice for All - The Truth About Metallica |edition=updated |publisher=Omnibus Press |year=2009 |url=http://books.google.de/books?id=SvW-uN-qEbIC&pg=PT98&dq=%22black+metal%22#v=onepage&q=%22black%20metal%22&f=false |accessdate=4 September 2012}}</ref>, black metal has often been met with hostility from mainstream culture, mainly due to the [[Misanthropy|misanthropic]] and [[Anti-Christian sentiment|anti-Christian]] views of many artists. Moreover, several of the genre's pioneers have been linked with [[Black metal#Church burnings|church burnings]] and murder. For these reasons and others, black metal is usually seen as an [[underground music|underground]] form of music. Some artists have also been linked to [[neo-Nazism]], although most black metal fans and most prominent black metal artists shun Nazism and oppose its influence on the black metal subculture.<ref name=kingovhell>{{cite web |url=http://www.maelstrom.nu/ezine/interview_iss50_224.php |title=Interview with Jotunspor |last=Škot |first=Mladen |work=maelstrom.nu |accessdate=4 September 2012}}</ref><ref name=infernus1>{{cite web |url=http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.Net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=93004 |title=Blabbermouth.net - Gorgoroth Guitarist Infernus: "I Personally Am Against Racism in Both Thought and Practice |date=15 March 2008 |work=[[Blabbermouth.net]] |accessdate=4 September 2012}}</ref><ref name=billzebub/> There are also many black metal performers and bands today that are completely absent of any Satanic or religious themes at all in their music.
   
 
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