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Metal without equality

Metal without equality
November 24, 2011, 04:24:46 PM
There's an interesting matter which may create another argument for placing ANUS entry on wikipedo, or at least getting it mentioned as a long time historians, cultural researchers, philosophers, contextualizers and simply as one ULTIMATE source on metal. In Wikipedo entry on heavy metal, which by the way became more and more stupid and inclusive, there is a cite note (no. 38) from article now accessible only through web archive since its native site is dead. I think that article itself was discussed or at least linked on this forum few years ago.


It's a paradox that they mentioned younger (than Anus/DLA) source which in turn mentions Prozac, when primary, superior source is nowhere to be found on whole damn entry. Yet there are plenty articles of lesser significance from short lived sites to support various stupid claims. We know that's because Anus actually evaluate movements and outputs in genre, reject false and irrelevant and simply refuse to distort definition for those unable to fulfill prerequisites for "metal". For them it is everything noisy and distorted (or at least with that certain makeup) and any distinction seems impossible to their rationalist minds, yet they somehow manage to miss composition.

Mr. Prozac, maybe you should finally write a book?

Re: Metal without equality
December 02, 2011, 06:44:34 AM

The focus of this organization is shifting more to print, but it's slowed by our obligations to clean up past projects, transition to new forms and promote sites like AMERIKA and GROIN which are producing a new audience stream to meet our metalhead audience. The two have a lot in common, and a few things not in common. Parity will be found.

Metal needs more insider/"from below" analysis. The outsiders are turning it into rock music that likes death. Zzzz

Re: Metal without equality
December 03, 2011, 09:39:16 AM
No waffling. Metal has never been about equality. The goal of equality is to make each person feel accepted. Metal songs have always pushed people away. The point is that the goal is out there, not in some chummy human-to-human bullshit.

Metal: KILL

Rock: Come on in, we got beers, pussy and dope! Hell yeah! Vote Democratic!