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Metal Photographer Jeremy Saffer Announces New Coffee Table Book, Daughters of Darkness


If you’re reading MetalSucks right now (hey! you are!), there’s a 100% chance you’re familiar with photographer Jeremy Saffer’s work even if you don’t know you are. He’s shot hundreds of bands throughout his career, his iconic photos appearing in album liner notes, magazines, and stupid websites like this one.

Now Saffer has joined forces with Rare Bird Books for the release of the coffee table book Daughters of Darkness, “a photographic love letter to the iconography of black metal and doom.” Understandably, he’s quite excited about it, as are we:

“’Daughters of Darkness‘ has been a project that’s been in the works for a third of my lifetime. I knew that I wanted to make the most of this project and, most importantly, have it done the right way. Rare Bird not only shared my vision for what the physical collection of all this work should look like, but also are as excited for this project to come to fruition as I am. It’s really important that an artist’s vision is shared by the people bringing that vision into physical visual form.”

Daughters of Darkness comes out on October 30 — in time not only for Halloween, but for your holiday shopping lists — and will be available in four different editions; pre-order here.

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