'Made In France: 1978-2008' Heavy Metal Anthology Now Available

November 25, 2009

Metal Integral has just released the "Made In France: 1978-2008" ultimate French heavy metal anthology, a 150-page book featuring a listing of more than 1,000 different bands, more than 250 LPs and/or EPs, more than 290 seven-inch singles, more than 1500 CDs, and a TRUST discography.

Additional details:

* Tons of new visuals (LPs, SP, CD covers, pictures, fanzines, demo tapes)
* Exclusive pictures from Explosion Metalliques Festival (February 1985) with VULCAIN, ATTENTAT ROCK, NIGHTMARE and BRONX
* A list of '80s bands that filmed video clips (live or studio)
* A new French metal history — updated and much more complete than old editions.

For more information, go to this location.

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