For anyone old enough to remember, “Satanic panic” thrived in the US in the ’80s and ’90s — but that’s mostly what it was, unfounded hysteria. The founders of Norway’s supposedly Satan-worshiping black metal scene actually delivered on some nightmarish acts, though, as depicted in the fascinatingly grim “Lords of Chaos,” adapted from the 2003 book.
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