Mister Seb Hunter is a really good heavy metal historian.
Without necessarily cognating it at the time, Metal was a first glimpse for many to grab onto something to really feel passionate about.
The start of the book is quite promising and I flew through the first 5 chapters in a second because I found the story so enjoyable.
According to the "customers who bought this book also bought" feature on Amazon, the people who bought Hell Bent for Leather: Confessions of a Heavy Metal Addict frequently... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gina Covarrubias
I enjoyed this book, but there seems to be some details that the author seems to have overlooked or admits to researching online in the book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by xSlayer666x
Part memoir, part tongue-in-cheek pop culture analysis, Seb Hunter's Hell Bent for Leather is essentially Fargo Rock City : A Heavy Metal Odyssey in Rural North Dakota from an... Read morePublished on February 11, 2011 by Justin G.
Although I'm just over half way through, I think I've now read enough in order to express a thought out opinion on this book. Read morePublished on February 4, 2009 by Caleb Williams
I've never even bothered to write a book review, but I read this one faster than any other in my life, so I figured I'd bother. Read morePublished on January 9, 2009 by broadwayron
Kind of a strange book. It seems that the only people who would be interested in this would be metal fans, yet the author seems to look down on metal and it's fans. Read morePublished on October 21, 2008 by James Hodge
I am currently half way through Seb's tale on Heavy Metal baby steps and enjoying every single page. Read morePublished on June 14, 2007 by Marcio Coelho
This could have me or any one of my friends. Really fun to read, brought back a lot of memories!Published on April 25, 2006 by moosey
Seb Hunter does just a brilliant job paying Metal it's long due respect, concurrently embdedding just the right bit of wry Brittish humor and colloquialism, so that we don't take... Read morePublished on December 19, 2005 by Reeve Baily