Heavy Metal: Controversies and Counterculture
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Heavy Metal: Controversies and Counterculture

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Titus Hjelm
382 g
234x159x18 mm
Studies in Popular Music
The aim of this anthology is to analyse the relationship between heavy metal and society within a global context.
1. Introduction: Heavy Metal as Controversy and Counterculture Titus Hjelm, Keith Kahn-Harris & Mark LeVine Part I: Controversies 2. Suicide Solutions? Or how the Emo Class of 2008 were Able to Contest their Media Demonization, whereas the Headbangers, Burnouts or 'Children of ZoZo' Generation were not Andy R. Brown, Bath Spa University 3. 'How You Gonna See Me Now': Recontextualizing Metal Artists and Moral Panics Brad Klypchak, Texas A & M University - Commerce 4. Triumph of the Maggots? Valorization of Metal in the Rock Press Helene Laurin 5. Dworkin's Nightmare: Porn Grind as the Sound of Feminist Fears Lee Barron, Northumbria University 6. The 'Double Controversy' of Christian Metal Marcus Moberg, Abo Akademi University, Finland 7. Hellfest: The Thing that Should not be? Local Perceptions and Catholic Discourses on Metal Culture in France Gerome Guibert, University Paris III, and Jedediah Sklower, independent scholar Part II: Countercultures 8. Malang, Indonesia and Toledo, USA: A Theory of Metal Scene Formation Jeremy Wallach, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, and Alexandra Levine 9. Voice of Our Blood: National Socialist Discourses in Black Metal Benjamin Hedge Olson 10. Extreme Music for Extreme People? Norwegian Black Metal and Transcendent Violence Michelle Phillipov, University of Tasmania 11. The Extreme Metal 'Connoisseur' Nicola Allett, Louchborough University 12. Black Metal Soul Music: Stone Vengeance and the Aesthetics of Race in Heavy Metal Kevin Fellezs, Columbia University 13. (I) Hate Girls and Emo(tion)s: Negotiating Masculinity in Grindcore Music Rosemary Overell 14. Heavy Metal and the Deafening Threat of the Apolitical Niall Scott, University of Central Lancashire
An anthology which analyses the relationship between heavy metal and society within a global context.