to make sense of “Brontë-mania.” No mention of Brontë metal. There is also mention of Brontë’s possible use of a laptop over at HTMLGIANT. (See pic above) Jami Attenberg reads. Deborah Eisenberg discusses Hungarian novel, Skylark. Mrs. Dalloway is 85. The books of Lost. The legacy of Metropolis.
First Thoreau, Orwell, and now Emily Brontë gets the heavy metal treatment: Formed at the beginning of the nineties, WUTHERING HEIGHTS emerged from the Danish metal scene and immediately drawing attention of the rest of the progressive/power metal world. Their brilliant epics of symphonic speed/power metal with progressive and folk roots became the trademark of their entire discography. The band’s previous albums were very well-received by fans and media worldwide and solidified WUTHERING HEIGHTS’ status as one of the most interesting bands to emerge […]