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Nicolas Cage Digs Black Metal Acts Darkthrone and Satyricon

Weston Coppola Cage talked black metal, bloodlines and life. Weston was once in a band called Eyes of Noctum and is currently composing music for a solo black metal project called Allone, but his revelations that his father enjoys black metal is the biggest attention grabber from a new interview.

Weston Coppola Cage says:

    He’s really appreciated that sort of music. Him and I have had conversation about black metal before. At first he was like “what does it promote?” and I just gave him an idea of what we’re trying to do and he said “Well that sounds very honest … He likes Darkthrone and he likes Satyricon, as well.

http://loudwire.com/nicolas-cage-digs-black-metal-darkthrone-and-satyricon/

Thanks for the useless report. Did you read that in People Magazine at the grocery store?
He who fears the dark, shall never see the light
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It is really depressing to read these metal websites, Loudwire is one of the worst offenders.

Eh... we already know that most of media is shit, and many humans are. Look toward the opportunity in this. Also, the humor of Nicholas Cage -- he of the many dubious but entertaining movies -- listening to Darkthrone.

Hopefully anyone that gets into new Darkthrone might backtrack a bit into their earlier stuff. There's always a chance.

I think we should reach out and try to convert Mr. Cage into a black metal elitist.

After all, he is related to the director of "Apocalypse Now."

I think we should reach out and try to convert Mr. Cage into a black metal elitist.

After all, he is related to the director of "Apocalypse Now."

Too bad his son seems to be a black metal philistine. His band looks pretty atrocious.

Not the first time Nicholas Cage and metal meet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL66-7DW050

Wild at Heart.

Nicholas Cage and Laura Dern - and Powermad.

I like this movie very much.


Also, he worked as producer on Elias Merhige's Shadow of the Vampire, which was somewhat of a remake of Werner Herzog's Nosferatu, and quite good too I might add. Prior to that Merhige made, directed, concocted and vomited forth BEGOTTEN which kind of captures something akin to black metal on an aesthetic level.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=455ohZRdbY8