Virginia Becomes Underground Metal Music Hub
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Virginia Becomes Underground Metal Music Hub

Springfield, Va. has improbably become an East Coast mecca for fans of Black Metal-- an intense, darkly anti-religious music genre.Video: Michelle Boorstein/The Washington PostEditor: Jacqueline Refo/washingtonpost.com

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