Kaoz Library

Only Death Is Real

There are many biographies out there, presenting a band’s or a musician’s adventures towards success. Usually these stories are filled with all kinds of shenanigans full of drugs and ridiculous amounts of alcohol. Sometimes while reading these narrations, I got the impression that is good to drink this or inject that and have a story of survival to tell. But what about music? I mean, there is usually little information about how a band’s music character was forged being focused only on these adventures. And there are books like “Only Death Is Real” where everything is presented as it is without sugar-coating or bragging about how one survived…

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Sunday, 03 June 2012 20:23



AC/DC: Maximum Rock & Roll

To write a book about a band that has long now been ruling the hardrockin’ world ain’t an easy task. Who you’re gonna interview? What kind of resources you should use? How accurate info can be when dating back to e.g. 40 years back? Still, Murray Engleheart and Arnaud Durieux did manage to come up with a comprehensive total material that shall left you far from felling bored when it comes to reading facts and so much detailed information in some 40 years of illustrious AC/DC career.

Written by Grigoris Chronis Saturday, 14 April 2012 12:24



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