Here is a pretty interesting infographic which compiles all the info on Metal Archives into a fancy little heat map chart to find which countries have the most metal bands per-capita.
Is it any shock that Sweden, Norway and Finland easily win this one? Portugal, Greece and Chile all fare pretty well themselves. Any way you look at it, this chart proves that heavy metal, the genre we love so much, is truly a universal language.
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