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Dark Paths – The History of the Greek “Dark” Alternative scene

30 Jan

In about two months from now, a book on the history of the Greek “Dark” alternative scene is being prepared to be published. The book tries to capture what happened in this scene, its development, events, concerts (of foreign and local acts) and the main bands that represented it.

It consists of 4 main chapters, one for each decade (80’s, 90’s, 00’s, 10’s) and also focuses in detail on some 40 bands and also another that much bands with smaller reports and presentations. For this project many group photographs, concert posters and record covers have been gathered, which contribute to the visual aspect of the book.

The book will also be accompanied by a CD compilation with 17 tracks that cover the entire range of the scene.
More info soon…

 
2 Comments

Posted by on January 30, 2012 in Books/Literary, Goth, etc.

 

2 responses to “Dark Paths – The History of the Greek “Dark” Alternative scene

  1. Psychopomp

    January 30, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    I believe that it will be more than interesting if all those info come out to light. I really enjoy this mobility in and around the 80’s-90’s alternative scene. Nice thing that it continues into the 00’s too. Along with all the record issues and reissues and the documentary coming out, this book will complete the picture of that unknown era and the dark, unknown paths our new rock scene has taken ever since.
    Thank you panole8riamve, see you soon.
    -The Psychopomp

     
  2. panole8riambos

    January 30, 2012 at 5:12 pm

    Thank you very much for your comment. Lets wait and see. Now we will have books and documentaries to wait for…

     

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