‘Los Ultimos Frikis’ Documents The Slow Death Of Rock And Roll In Cuba [Doc NYC Review]

Published on Nov 11, 2019

For fans of metal, it’s about more than the music. From the infectious riffs of Metallica to the apocalyptic isolation of Leviathan, metal encompasses the human experience like no other genre, while simultaneously boasting the most outspoken detractors. To an untrained ear—or closed mind—metal can be alienating. Personifying rage and embodying turmoil comes at a price, and no band would agree with this statement more than Zeus, a Cuban heavy metal group who’s been battling to be heard since the 80s.

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Author: Jonathan Christian