By Guido Segers
В магистерской диссертации Гвидо Сегерса, защищённой в Университете Тильбург в Нидерландах в июле 2012 г., показывается, каким образом различные радикальные идеологические течения проявляют себя в специфической музыкальной субкультуре - "блэк-метал".
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Extra info for A Blaze in the Northern Sky: Black Metal as an Expression of Extremist Politics in Modern Day Europe
In fact most Norwegian black metallers don’t mention women at all, which may also be to them being largely absent in the early black metal scene. The pretending of being dead and worshipping death might have a lot to do with it as well. It very much seems as if transgression in metal is also very much shown in denying the hedonistic pleasures and maintaining control over oneself. No fun and no mosh at all, even though you might want to. Black metal transgresses the perception of a music genre. Its act of violence takes place in the real world in the shape of abuse, murder and arson, in this perhaps, making the most far reaching transgressive movement in extreme music thus far.
From this nihilism on comes the search for an alternative world, the quest for meaning, something to live by and even die for in a romantic way. This will be elaborated upon later. Nihilism seems to be the starting point from which the other elements are found and explored that will blend in with each other towards the ideology that forms the extremism of black metal. Satanism Satanism has been ever present in metal and rock music in one way or another. From the early dark blues music to the metal of Led Zeppelin (Baddeley, 1999).
The eyes turned around in his head and a moan could be heard as he emptied his lungs when he died. He fell down to a sitting position, but the knife was stuck in his head, so I held him up, as I held onto the knife. When I jerked the knife from his skull he fell forward, and rolled down a flight of stairs like a sack of potatoes - making enough noise to wake up the whole neighborhood (it was a noisy, metal staircase). (Vikernes, 2004e)” And so the prince of death was 32 killed outside his own apartment in his underwear with a pocket knife.
A Blaze in the Northern Sky: Black Metal as an Expression of Extremist Politics in Modern Day Europe by Guido Segers