“It came out all wrong”
Starring Sky Ferreira and Rory Culkin and directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the film tells the story of the church-burning, Norwegian forefathers of black metal – and the tragedy that struck the band in 1991 when vocalist Per Yngve Ohlin (“Dead”) took his own life, before guitarist a Øystein Aarseth (“Euronymous”) was murdered by former member Varg Vikernes (“Count Grishnackh”) of Burzum.
Now, Necrobutcher from the band (real name Jørn Stubberud), has revealed that while he admired the authenticity of the film’s set and costume design, overall he feels that the movie “came out all wrong.
“They should have called us first and maybe we could’ve done something,” he told Consequence Of Sound. “I saw it, and it just made me sad. It’s not a good movie.” Despite his criticism, the film has so far attracted an impressive 74% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, while the audience rating (likely to be Mayhem and metal fans) scored it overall at 59%. Continue Reading At NME